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Friday, March 28, 2014
Glenn Greenwald
US Takes a Break From Condemning Tyranny to Celebrate Obama’s Visit to Saudi Arabia
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Richard Eskow
More Proof Corporate Tax Cuts Have Done More Harm Than Good
The taxes paid by corporations today are near record lows as a percentage of the United States’ total tax bill, even as they are recording massive profits. Yet the unemployment rate is still high.
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Ana Marie Cox
The Excuse for Killing Trayvon Martin Has Become the Standard of Democracy
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Diane Ravitch
New York Schools: The Roar of the Charters
In his speech at Riverside Church last Sunday, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio tried to end weeks of attacks on his schools policies by striking a conciliatory tone toward the city’s privately managed...
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Greg Mitchell
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John Nichols
Elizabeth Warren Steps Up for Populist Politics
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Miyoko Sakashita
Four Years After Gulf Oil Spill, BP Is Recovering Faster Than Environment
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Dave Johnson
NAFTA At 20: “A Vehicle To Increase Profits At The Expense Of Democracy”
Thursday the AFL-CIO released a new report, NAFTA at 20 . The report makes the point that, “On the whole, NAFTA-style agreements have proved to be primarily a vehicle to increase corporate profits at...
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Sonali Kolhatkar
Cesar Chavez: Then, Now, and the Power of the Organized
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Jack Rasmus
Ukraine’s IMF Deal Means Greece-Like Depression
On Thursday, the IMF released the broad outlines of its terms and conditions for loans and other measures for the Ukrainian economy.
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