Views for 2013-12-05

Thursday, December 5, 2013
Noah Greenwald
Death of Yellowstone's Most Famous Wolf Is a Troubling Sign of Things to Come
The alpha female of Yellowstone's Lamar Canyon pack may have been the most famous wolf in the world. Endlessly photographed and admired by thousands of visitors to the national park, this matriarch...
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William Greider
Reviving the Fight for Single-Payer
When the media frenzy subsides and Republicans run out of scare stories, the country will be faced with the most important question about Obamacare: Can it deliver what it promised?
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I've Worked at McDonald's for 5 Years and Have 4 Kids. Any Questions for Me?
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Christian Christensen
Chronicling the Water-Torture of Sexism on Twitter
Every once in a while you stumble upon Twitter accounts which have an impact upon not only the volume of information in your head, but also the ways in which you think about the world. These accounts...
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Richard Eskow
12 Fast Facts About Thursday’s Fast-Food Strike
This Thursday, December 5, workers at fast-food restaurants around the country will be striking for higher pay and better working conditions. Their primary demand is an increase in their base hourly...
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Katherine Sciacchitano
The Pension-Busters’ Playbook
In July 2013, Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr filed what could be, at $18 billion, the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
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Norman Solomon
Under the Global Shadow of Big Brother, Journalism Must Light Up the Political Sky
Every new revelation about the global reach of the National Security Agency underscores that the extremism of the surveillance state has reached gargantuan proportions.
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