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Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity
Intel Vets Urge Fast Report on Clinton’s Emails
MEMORANDUM FOR: The President FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity SUBJECT: Those “Damn Emails” – “Really a Concern” Introduction Last Wednesday Robert Gates, CIA Director under...
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Katrina vanden Heuvel
Progressive Women Are Running for Office all over the Country
With Donald Trump’s misogyny under the microscope, Democrats could have a secret weapon on their side between now and November: not “the woman’s card,” as Trump has called it, but the actual...
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Andy Rowell
Scientists Warn of 10C Warming as We “Dial up Earth’s Thermostat”
Nearly every week a new record is being broken on climate. So far this year we have had warnings that the Great Barrier reef is “ dying on our watch” due to coral bleaching caused by record...
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Lawrence Reichard
Takin' It to the Streets—Brazilians Protest President’s Ouster
Cariocas, as Rio de Janeiro residents call themselves, poured into the streets by the thousands May 22 to protest the removal from office of President Dilma Rousseff in what Brazil's Chamber of...
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Janet Redman
Trump’s Climate Change Denial Is Already Complicating the Paris Climate Deal
Donald Trump first shared his analysis of the climate crisis in a now infamous 2012 tweet-rant : “The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing...
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Jamila Taylor
What the Media and Congress Are Missing on Zika and Poverty
Where is the sense of urgency? In recent weeks, that is the question I continuously find myself asking as I read media accounts of Zika and follow the funding debate in Congress. Somewhere along the...
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Duncan Cameron
Donald Trump: He Can't Win, Can He?
Most Canadians watching the U.S. presidential race were astonished to see Donald Trump emerge as serious contender for high office, let alone become the presumptive Republican nominee. For months,...
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Mike Lofgren
Elites vs. Too Much Democracy: Andrew Sullivan’s Afraid of Popular Self-Government
British expatriate writer Andrew Sullivan recently returned to the public eye with a piece that has aroused considerable comment, some of it reasonably on point , and some bloviatingly incoherent ...
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Nick Meynen
Shock and Awe, The Chevron Way
With pockets deep enough, you can buy justice. That’s what Chevron assumes since they lost a $9.5 billion verdict at the Supreme Court of Ecuador in 2013. But can Chevron justify their mockery of the...
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Kathy Kelly
Hammering for Peace
Last winter, at the Voices home/office in Chicago, we welcomed two friends who were in town for a Mennonite church gathering focused on the symbol of beating swords into plowshares. Their project...
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Isaiah Poole
The New Agenda For Taking On Wall Street
More than 20 progressive organizations representing millions of voters are putting their weight behind a five-point agenda for the next stage of Wall Street reform. What these groups will formally...
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Monday, May 23, 2016
Robert Borosage
What Does Bernie Want?
The Democratic establishment and liberal commentariat lathered itself into a fine hysteria last week. What began as a Clinton surrogate meme -(Bernie has done his job, but now he’s hurting Clinton...
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Brent Patterson
Trudeau Government Faces Crucial Decisions in Coming Months
The Trudeau government faces a number of key decisions in the latter half of 2016. Their current level of public support is undeniable. A Forum Research Inc. poll conducted earlier this month found...
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Katherine Isaac
Fighting for an Alternative to Big Banks
We’ve heard a lot about Wall Street reform in this presidential primary season. Most of the attention has been on the need to break up the “too big to fail” banks, curbing short-term speculation, and...
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Vandana Shiva
Small Farmers Are Foundation to Food Security, Not Corporations Like Monsanto
May 22 has been declared International Biodiversity Day by the United Nations. It gives us an opportunity to become aware of the rich biodiversity that has been evolved by our farmers as co-creators...
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Winona LaDuke
A Hint of Hell: Fires in Canada and Pipeline Dishonesty
The firestorm in Alberta's Fort McMurray grew eight times as large in a couple of days—engulfing more than 600,000 acres. Not just one fire, it was series of fires, and as the fire enlarged, it...
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Aviva Chomsky
The Battle for the Soul of American Higher Education
During the past academic year, an upsurge of student activism, a movement of millennials, has swept campuses across the country and attracted the attention of the media. From coast to coast, from the...
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Jake Johnson
The Divide Between Elite and Public Opinion on Healthcare Highlights America's Democratic Deficit
In 2014, the political scientists Martin Gilens and Benjamin Page released a study revealing that, "In the United States...the majority does not rule — at least not in the causal sense of actually...
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Paul Buchheit
Disposable Americans: The Numbers are Growing
As often noted in the passionate writings of Henry Giroux , poor Americans are becoming increasingly 'disposable' in our winner-take-all society. After 35 years of wealth distribution to the super-...
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Robert Reich
Why Trump Might Win
A new Washington Post/ABC News poll released Sunday finds Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in a statistical tie, with Trump leading Clinton 46 percent to 44 percent among registered voters. That’s an...
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Sunday, May 22, 2016
Juan Cole
Can Iran Sue the US for Coup and Supporting Saddam in Iran-Iraq War?
Iranian members of parliament have approved the details of a bill that insists US compensate Iran for its crimes against that country. The bill comes as a result of a $2 billion judgment against Iran...
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Donna Smith
Down the 2016 Primary Home Stretch: What the DNC Doesn't Seem to Get
Far be it from me to provide analysis that the powerful, well-positioned, and well-funded pundits, politicos, paid surrogates, and other professional prognosticators have already given about the...
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Neal Gabler
Why Hating the Media Could Make the Difference in November
As the political pundits keep reminding us, this might be called the “hate” election. Both major parties’ presumptive nominees, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, have historically high net...
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Jill Richardson
'Bathroom Bills' Don't Help Women at All
The time has come for me to play my Woman Card. A male Republican politician in my state of Wisconsin has introduced a “ bathroom bill ” like the one passed in North Carolina, which requires...
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Larry Cohen
How to Make the Democratic Nominating Process Actually Democratic
In late July, delegates to the Democratic National Convention will gather in Philadelphia, not only to nominate a president and vice president but to debate a reform agenda for the party itself...
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Vandana Shiva
Seeds of Suicide
May 22 has been declared International Biodiversity Day by the United Nations. It gives us an opportunity to become aware of the rich biodiversity that has been evolved by our farmers as co-creators...
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John Atcheson
Expecting Sanders Supporters to "Close Ranks?"
When the Clinton campaign and the corporate press call for Sanders to drop out and turn his supporters over to Hillary, they reveal just how out of touch they are. Sanders’ army is not his to command...
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Saturday, May 21, 2016
Eric Weitz
Trump and the Dance to the Right
Donald Trump’s supporters may say they want to “make America great again.” Yet they are just the American version of the xenophobic tendencies that have surfaced in European politics. In some ways,...
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Jim Naureckas
Obama Plays a Dove in NPR’s Historical Fiction
The second thing NPR wants you to know about Hillary Clinton and foreign policy—after “she’s experienced”—is “she’s more hawkish than President Obama.” White House correspondent Scott Horsley ( All...
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Lawrence Davidson
The Widening Cracks in Zionism
Ideological movements, be they religious or secular, are demanding and Procrustean movements. By ideological movements I mean those that demand of their adherents resolute belief in some “deep set of...
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Kate Aronoff
How To Socialize America’s Energy
Coming out of last December’s landmark climate negotiations in Paris, the question is no longer if societies will shift toward renewables, but when and how. For all the limitations of the deal—that...
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Bill Moyers, Michael Winship
Democrats Can’t Unite Unless Wasserman Schultz Goes!
To paraphrase the words of that Scottish master Robert Burns, the best laid plans of mice, men — and women — go often astray, or “gang aft agley,” as they say in the Highlands. No one knows this...
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Sue Sturgis
Another Gulf Oil Spill Adds Fuel to Movement Against New Offshore Drilling Leases
Last week a damaged pipeline at a Royal Dutch Shell deepwater production field about 100 miles off the Louisiana coast spilled what's been officially estimated at 90,000 gallons of oil into the Gulf...
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Doug Henwood
Dems in a Pickle
I’ve written before about how the Hillary Democrats are running against hope, and how the Sanders campaign have outed them as frank corporate shills and enemies of even mild social democracy. But now...
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Friday, May 20, 2016
Kate Aronoff
Racism From Above in Appalachia
There’s been buzz since Bernie Sanders won West Virginia’s primary last week about the nature of the white working class. Touching it off were a series of polls showing high support for Trump among...
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Ruth Conniff
Ralph Nader's Democracy Crusade
Fifty years ago, Ralph Nader published Unsafe at Any Speed , the book that exposed General Motors, changed the government’s approach to auto safety, and launched a thousand public-interest crusades...
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Krystal Ball
Why Bernie Sanders Is Our Best Chance to Beat Donald Trump
Hand-wringing over party unity misses the point. No one cares about your precious parties. As Hillary Clinton joylessly stumbles her way to the Democratic nomination, calls have increased for Bernie...
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Ashe McGovern
Discriminatory Bathroom Law Also Worsens Economic Inequality
In what was widely hailed as an important moment in LGBT history, the Department of Justice recently came out strongly against North Carolina’s HB2 law. The law, which prohibits safe bathroom access...
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Donald Cohen
Is Your Local Public Library Run by Wall Street?
What do 82 public libraries, a Texas beef processing company, and a string of Pizza Huts across Tennessee and Florida have in common? They’re all managed by the same private equity firm. Fifteen of...
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Guy Taylor
Big Tobacco Lost to Australia over Plain Packaging - but That Doesn't Mean Corporate Courts 'Work'
Late last year tobacco company Philip Morris International’s (PMI) attempted to sue the Australian government for billions over the introduction of plain packing of cigarettes. This court case...
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Mark Weisbrot
Political Judiciary in Argentina
The New York Times reported last week that Argentina's former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was indicted “on charges of manipulating the nation’s Central Bank during the final months of...
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Mitch Jones
The ALEC Attack on Solar Power
It seems almost every week a new report comes out touting the growth of renewable electricity , especially wind and solar. Whether it is new milestones in installed generation capacity or low prices...
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Sam Cossar-Gilbert
#NuitDebout Protests Are Part of a Global Movement Challenging a Broken Economic System
Over the last two month France has been rocked by mass protests, occupations and strikes, as a new generation takes to the streets to expresses its rage at labor reforms and growing inequality. Over...
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Kevin Gosztola
Establishment Collectively Stunned To See Citizens Reject Rigged Democratic Primary
Democratic Party leaders accuse Bernie Sanders and his presidential campaign of inciting “violence” among supporters by promoting allegations that the primary process is rigged in favor of his...
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Sonali Kolhatkar
The Real 9/11 Conspiracy
I remember watching the towers fall. My sister called early in the morning to tell me to turn on the television. My husband and I, who had been working closely with Afghan women organizing against...
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Trevor Timm
Five Things People Should Stop Saying about Bernie Sanders
It seems to be open season on Bernie Sanders in the Democratic party now that his chances of winning the nomination are dwindling. But the criticism of him is misguided and hypocritical, and he is...
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Satoko Oka Norimatsu
In Hiroshima, Obama and Abe Should Acknowledge Their Country's Wrongdoing
On May 27, as the first sitting president of the United States, Barack Obama, will visit Hiroshima, the city that his country attacked with an atomic bomb on August 6, 1945. Obama neither has a plan...
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Matthew Harwood, Jay Stanley
Policing the Dystopia (or Why Power Loves the Dark)
Can’t you see the writing on the touchscreen? A techno-utopia is upon us. We’ve gone from smartphones at the turn of the twenty-first century to smart fridges and smart cars. The revolutionary...
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Seth Abramson
Clinton to Californians: Your Votes Will Not Affect the Democratic Primary Whatsoever
On Thursday, Chris Cuomo had the temerity to use conditional language in speaking of Hillary Clinton’s chances of becoming the Democratic nominee for President. It didn’t go over well. The relevant...
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Thursday, May 19, 2016
Tom Gallagher
Can Superdelegates be Convinced to Support Bernie Sanders? Unlikely, But Not Impossible
Bernie Sanders supporters aren't big fans of the Democratic Party 's superdelegates, the political insiders who get a personal say in the nomination of the party's presidential candidate. These...
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Jeff Cohen
Should Progressives Unify with the Democratic Party Establishment? Hell No!
In countless ways over the last 35 years, our society has become less economically equal and more dominated by corporate power. Less just and more jailed. Vast urban and rural areas decline as...
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Terrance Heath
What Will Local Control Hypocrisy Cost The GOP in North Carolina?
Founding Father Thomas Jefferson is often credited with saying, “The government closest to the people serves them best.” Republicans in North Carolina — and elsewhere — think they know better. In...
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Walden Bello
People Are Likening the Next Philippine President to Donald Trump. Here’s Why.
International reports about the recent election in the Philippines invariably refer to its result as a “political earthquake.” The metaphor is accurate. A year ago, few believed that Rodrigo Duterte...
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Kanya Bennett
One Year Later: We Still Don’t Know How Many Shot by Police
One year ago today, the White House released The Final Report of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing — 116 pages of recommendations meant to address the epidemic of killings of...
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Jim Naureckas
Brazil’s Neighbors Warn of President’s ‘Dangerous’ Ouster–but US Press Isn’t Listening
The effort to oust twice-elected Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has been big news in the United States. Since December 2015, when Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies began an impeachment process over...
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Robert C. Koehler
Rethinking Criminal Justice
“For over forty years our criminal justice system has over-relied on punishment, policing, incarceration and detention. This has ushered in an age of mass incarceration. This era is marked by...
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan
Breaking Free: A Rising Tide of Climate Resistance
“Welcome to Fort McMurray. We have the energy,” reads the signs as one enters this northern deep-woods outpost at the center of the Alberta tar sands petroleum-extraction zone. The forests...
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Jake Johnson
As Big Pharma Is Lavished with Subsidies, Congress Takes a Stingy Approach to the Opioid Epidemic
After garnering little discussion and even less governmental concern over the past several years, America's opiate problem — a problem that, based on the numbers , deserves the label epidemic — is...
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David Coates
Democratic Primaries in the Shadow of Neoliberalism
There is an understandable tendency, when in the thick of a long set of presidential primaries, to treat all of them simply as exercises in the choice between individual candidates, and to make them...
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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Kevin Gosztola
How Democrats Manipulated Nevada State Party Convention Then Blamed Sanders For Chaos
Days after a convention in which leaders incited chaos and disorder, the Nevada State Democratic Party demonized supporters of Bernie Sanders in a letter written to the Democratic National Committee...
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David Korten
Why This Is the Year of the Anti-Corporate Presidential Campaign
A recently released study by four leading economists of voting in U.S. congressional races uncovered an important pattern. According to a New York Times report on the study, “Areas hardest hit by...
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Chuck Collins
A Commencement Address for the Most Indebted Class Ever
Congratulations, college graduates! As you enter the next phase of life, you and your parents should be proud of your achievements. But, I’m sorry to say, they’ve come at a price: The system is...
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Chase Strangio
Stop Talking About Men In Women’s Restrooms
There is hardly an hour that goes by at this point that we are not subjected to a mis-framing of the so-called debate over justice for transgender people. Of course, as I have said elsewhere , there...
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Peter Bloom
The Sanders Voter: Protesting American Privilege at Home and Abroad
Even as Sanders "path to victory" increasingly narrows, the passion for his candidacy grows in intensity. Recent victories in Indiana and Oregon reflect the continuing desire for a progressive...
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Marcia Angell
How to Provide Medicare for All
Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act, became law six years ago. The intention was to ensure that nearly all Americans have health insurance, while controlling costs. How did that work out? When the...
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Robert Parry
The Danger of Demonization
Does any intelligent person look at a New York Times article about Russia or Vladimir Putin these days and expect to read an objective, balanced account? Or will it be laced with a predictable blend...
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Russell Mokhiber
Slandering Single Payer
The Diane Rehm Show Tuesday morning was devoted to the topic — The Affordable Care Act Three Years In: What’s Working And What’s Not. The guests on the show were Julie Rovner, senior correspondent,...
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Robert Borosage
The Test of Leadership as Sanders Rolls in Oregon
Bernie Sanders won the Oregon primary big last night – 54 percent to 45 percent for Hillary Clinton – while ending in a virtual tie in Kentucky (Clinton, 46.8 percent vs. Sanders, 46.3 percent). Both...
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Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Trevor Timm
Obama is Bullish on War, No Matter How You Spin It
Barack Obama has now been at war longer than any president in United States history, as the New York Times pointed out on Sunday . Barring some sort of peace miracle in the next six months, he will...
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Karen Dolan
Gender Explained: How the Obama Administration Is Getting It Right on Gender Identity
The U.S. government is officially suing the state of North Carolina over its controversial, discriminatory “ bathroom bill ,” which bars transgender residents from using public restrooms appropriate...
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William deBuys
Privatizing America’s Public Land
It goes without saying that in a democracy everyone is entitled to his or her own opinions. The trouble starts when people think they are also entitled to their own facts. Away out West, on the...
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Duncan Cameron
France Erupts in Defiance of Employer-Friendly Labour Reforms
France is continuously rocked by debates around the meaning of the Enlightenment ideals of liberty, equality and solidarity that predate the French Revolution. Some important notions are widely...
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Georgina Downs
No, the UN Has Not Given Glyphosate a 'Clean Bill of Health'
Anyone seeking out the latest news on glyphosate will find a number of articles that were published yesterday with headlines such as "UN experts find weed killer glyphosate unlikely to cause cancer...
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Christian Christensen
In Sweden, Children are Citizens… Not Overheads
It is a mid-May Sunday in Stockholm. It is drizzling. It is very cold. I’m taking my daughter to the opening of a new municipal playground in the center of the city: a great place designed by people...
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Marjorie Cohn
Michael Ratner's Death Is a Loss for Freedom, Peace and Justice
Legendary human rights lawyer Michael Ratner died last Wednesday . His pathbreaking legal and political work on behalf of the poor and oppressed around the world is unmatched. His death is an...
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John Atcheson
Establishment Democrats and the Next March of Folly
The March of Folly Defined: In 1984, Barbara W. Tuchman wrote the much acclaimed book, The March of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam in which she documented four cases where governments pursued policies...
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Monday, May 16, 2016
Robert Parry
The Coming Democratic Crackup
If the Democratic Party presses ahead and nominates hawkish Hillary Clinton for President, it could recreate the conditions that caused the party to splinter in the late 1960s and early 1970s when...
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Neal Gabler
Why Trump Can Lie and No One Seems to Care
Donald Trump is a serial liar. Okay, to be a bit less Trumpian about it, he has trouble with the truth. If you look at Politifact , the Pulitzer Prize-winning site that examines candidates’...
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Richard Eskow
What’s Killing the American Middle Class?
A new study by the Pew Research Center spurred a rash of headlines last week about “the dying middle class.” But the word “dying” might be more appropriate if we were watching the regrettable but...
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Tom Engelhardt
“The People,” Missing in Action in America’s Wars
On February 15, 2003, an almost unimaginable 13-plus years ago, I took part in a court-banned antiwar march in New York City. The police, it turned out, couldn’t stop us (though they could, in...
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Peter Van Buren
The Snapchat Version of American Victory
One of the most popular apps these days is Snapchat. It allows the sender to set a timer for any photo dispatched via the app, so that a few seconds after the recipient opens the message, the photo...
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Ted Howard, John Duda
State Legislatures Attacking Community Wealth Building
The eyes of the country turned this spring to North Carolina, where the state legislature passed the infamous HB2 “bathroom bill” in order to overturn the efforts of the Charlotte city council to...
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Jake Johnson
The Bitter Consequences of Corporate America's War on Unions
Last week, Oxfam America published a report in which it was revealed that, across the United States, workers at giant poultry factories are being denied basic human dignity in the name of...
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Immanuel Wallerstein
Brazil: Coup or Fiasco?
The President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, has been suspended from her office while she goes on trial by the Senate. If convicted, she would be removed from office, which is what is meant in Brazil by...
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Sunday, May 15, 2016
Anna Claussen
Climate Democracy for Rural Communities
In early March, farmers and rural residents of southeast Minnesota gathered for three intensive days of presentations, discussion and deliberation around the thorny issue of climate change. The...
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Lindsay Koshgarian
Our Failure to Invest in Infrastructure Is Literally Making Us Sick: #JusticeforFlint
My water’s clean, but I’m feeling sick anyway. The residents of Flint have gone without clean water for 752 days , and counting. That’s more than two years: long enough for toddlers to become...
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Jonathan Marshall
Escalations in a New Cold War
If the United States ever ends up stumbling into a major conventional or nuclear war with Russia, the culprit will likely be two military boondoggles that refused to die when their primary mission...
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Paul Pillar
Why, and How, Congress Should Enact an AUMF
The request by a U.S. Army captain to a federal court for a declaratory judgment about his constitutional duties regarding going to war is the latest reminder of the unsatisfactory situation in which...
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Jeremy Slevin
If You’re Low-Income, America Is Still an Oligarchy
The U.S. isn’t an oligarchy after all. At least that’s the argument in a recent article by Vox’s Dylan Matthews. Matthews cites new research finding that the rich and middle class agree on about 90...
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Peter Van Buren
Another Way the Rich Get Richer: Their Parents Give Them Obscene Amounts of Money Nearly Tax-Free
It’d be great if we were all self-made men, like Citizen Trump. Of course, his self-making, like that of many wealthy people, is based in large part on a wealthy parent giving him a ton of money. Why...
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Stephen Zunes
Turkey’s Creeping Authoritarianism: Is the Resistance Enough?
Turkey’s march towards authoritarianism took another dangerous turn this past week with the forced resignation of moderate Islamist Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, apparently at the insistence of...
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Saturday, May 14, 2016
Ellen Brown
“Print the Money”: Trump’s “Reckless” Proposal Echoes Franklin and Lincoln
“Reckless,” “alarming,” “disastrous,” “swashbuckling,” “playing with fire,” “crazy talk,” “lost in a forest of nonsense”: these are a few of the labels applied by media commentators to Donald Trump’s...
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Gwynne Dyer
Brazil Impeachment Brings to Mind Thailand's 2014 Military Coup
Q: What’s the difference between the coup that overthrew the elected government in Thailand in Thailand in 2014 and the coup that has now removed the elected government in Brazil? A: The coup-makers...
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Andy Rowell
Exxon Faces Questions Over Climate as Gates Dumps BP
The famous quote attributed to Benjamin Franklin is that “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes”. Another certainty is that you know that the top executives of...
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Dave Johnson
Is This The Return Of U.S. 'Gunboat Diplomacy' Serving Corporations?
Colombia is allowing local production of a generic form of a cancer drug that is ultraexpensive because of a government-granted monopoly handed to a giant, multinational pharmaceutical corporation...
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Melanie Benesh
Will New Chemical Law Hide the Fracking Industry’s Toxic Secrets?
The makeup of hydraulic fracturing fluid—the slurry of chemicals, sand and water injected deep underground to free petroleum deposits trapped by bedrock—is a closely guarded secret of the oil and gas...
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Ralph Nader
Copp's Plea for You and Me
The plain-spoken, public-spirited former Federal Communications Commissioner, Michael Copps, is indignant—and for good reason: The FCC is not enforcing the law requiring the “dark money” super PACs...
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Dean Baker
The Washington Post's Bernie Sanders Bashing
The Washington Post really, really doesn't like Bernie Sanders and they miss no opportunity to display this dislike. For this reason, it is not surprising that they had a field day highlighting a...
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Christopher Brauchli
A Quiz
It was as true as turnips is . . . It was as true . . . as taxes is. And nothing is truer than them. —Charles Dickens, David Copperfield This week’s column is a quiz. For purposes of the quiz, assume...
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Friday, May 13, 2016
Jeremy J. Stone
Could Trump Presidency Close Down Washington?
Donald Trump’s campaign for the nomination showed an intimidating style. He attaches ugly labels to those who compete with him — and then announces that the other guy “started it.” His wife advised...
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