Views for 2012-03-04

Sunday, March 4, 2012
Glenn Greenwald
Iran, Threats and the UN Charter
The Washington Post ‘s David Ignatius [on Saturday] persuasively argues that President Obama, in his interview with The Atlantic ‘s Jeffrey Goldberg , issued his most absolute and inflexible threat...
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Amanda Marcotte
Who, Me? Limbaugh Regrets Not Slurring American Women With a Better Euphemism for Slut
After spending three days on his radio show calling Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown law student who testified in front of Congress about the importance of health insurance coverage, names like “slut” and...
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Gar Alperovitz
Our Co-Owned Future
The explosive force of Occupy Wall Street —and more than a thousand other local efforts—offers hope that a movement committed to long-term change might one day achieve a fundamental transformation of...
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Katrina vanden Heuvel
Challenging the Self-Made Myth
Over the last thirty years, anti-government arguments by conservative pundits and politicians have gained prominence, and the rhetoric this 2012 campaign season seems more toxic than ever.
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Jeff Goodell
Why Obama Is Wrong About Natural Gas
Speaking in New Hampshire yesterday, President Obama signaled that he will not go wobbly on energy during the upcoming campaign (climate is another story). He made a strong case for his commitment to...
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Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez
Looking Catastrophe in the Eye
Denial of climate change is deep and it is wide. We woke up this weekend to news of record-breaking tornadoes touching down across a wide swath of the American Midwest, flattening entire townships...
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