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Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Jennifer Lynch
Drone Surveillance of Border Far Greater Than Previously Known
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Peter Dreier, John Atlas
The Real Chris Christie Scandal: His Policies
During last fall's New Jersey gubernatorial contest, which Gov.
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Laura Carlsen
Zapatistas at Twenty
There are two tests of social change movements: endurance and regeneration.
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Barbara Garson
Chris Christie, by Shakespeare
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Manuel Pérez Rocha, Stuart Trew
NAFTA at 20: A Model for Corporate Rule
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Jim Hightower
What if Antibiotics no Longer Work?
Have you had your daily minimum requirement of triclosan today? How about your dosage of triclocarban?
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Rebekah Wilce
Under Pressure, Whole Foods Agrees to Stop Selling Produce Grown in Sewage Sludge
The Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) broke the story that the $12.9 billion-a-year natural and organic foods retailer Whole Foods Market had a policy of "don't ask, don't tell" when it comes to "...
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John Nichols
The FCC Can and Must Prevent a Separate-but-Unequal Internet
When the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit struck down the Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order Tuesday—dealing what is being broadly interpreted as a fatal
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Dan Gillmor
Ruling Against Net Neutrality: Victory for Telecoms, Blow For Rest of Us
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Richard Heinberg
TPP: Poison for Local Community Resilience
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