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Denying the Far-Right Role in the Ukrainian Revolution
Some commentators on the Ukraine crisis seem so convinced that it must be a struggle between good guys and bad guys that they're willing to ignore evidence that there's anything problematic about their chosen side. In the US press, this generally means whitewashing the opposition that overthrew the...
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The Threat of America's Nativist Far Right
While Peter King holds hearings on homegrown jihadists, the growing menace of white supremacist terror goes unremarked
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The Obama Haters’ Silent Enablers
When a Fox News anchor, reacting to his own network's surging e-mail traffic, warns urgently on-camera of a rise in hate-filled, "amped up" Americans who are "taking the extra step and getting the gun out," maybe we should listen. He has better sources in that underground than most. The anchor was...
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GOP Race Mongering on Sotomayor
The Republicans are still frozen in fight-or-flight at the precipice of race. President Obama's nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court has leading members of the GOP peering down, looking nervously at each other, deciding whether they should follow Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, Pat...
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George Tiller: Casualty of the Culture Wars?
In the summer of 1993, a housewife from Grants Pass, Oregon, named Rachelle Ranae (Shelly) Shannon traveled to Wichita, Kansas, with a Bible and a .25-caliber pistol and shot George Tiller, a 51-year-old doctor and abortion provider. Tiller was not the first physician so targeted--six months...
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Richard Perle's Apologia
Maybe next time the neocons will win.
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Benjamin Jealous plans to focus on health care, Darfur genocide and climate change. News
NAACP at 100 Now Seeks Equal Rights for All
The nation's oldest civil rights organization celebrates its 100th birthday today under the reins of a young new leader who wants to expand the group's focus from civil rights for African Americans to human rights for everyone. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was...
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Barack Obama: Are Critics Targeting his Race?
Forty-five years to the day after Martin Luther King delivered his “I have a dream” speech, Barack Obama will become the first black man picked by a major party to run for president. Having picked Senator Joe Biden as his running mate, he is due to accept the Democratic nomination as their...
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What a Great Freakin' War!!
What a ding-dong I am! For months - nay, years! - I've been ranting about how screwed up the war in Iraq has been, and how disastrous have been its consequences. What a fool I've been! In reality, it's actually turned out pretty great. That's what I learned when I read William Kristol's recent New...
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Is Jena America?
"Jena is America," says Alan Bean, speaking of the Louisiana town where six black students are looking at decades in jail for a schoolyard brawl while white kids are facing nothing for hanging up nooses. Jena is America in the sense that the unequal justice there is not unique. There are "Jena...
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