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Moderate Debates and Debate Moderators
Debate process needs more scrutiny, not less
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More Open Debates Would Make for Better Debates
These Debates Could Use Some Jill Stein and Gary Johnson
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Debate Night: Hearing the Voices Shut Out by Debate Commission
Third Party Candidates to Join in Real Time on Live Coverage of First Presidential Debate
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Barry Commoner, Pioneering Environmental Scientist and Activist, Dies at 95
Barry Commoner, a pioneering environmental scientist and activist, died Sunday at age 95. Described in 1970 by Time magazine as the "Paul Revere of ecology," Commoner followed Rachel Carson as America's most prominent modern environmentalist. He viewed the environmental crisis as a symptom of a...
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Nuclear Power is the Betamax of the Energy World
We need to stop being distracted by this techology and focus on promoting and investing in renewables
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Coordinated Actions Worldwide this Weekend Call for Banning Fracking
Concerned people from the U.S. and numerous other countries will join in a global campaign event Saturday to call for a ban of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking." More than 150 events, on five continents, are planned for this weekend’s “ Global Frackdown ” -- a day of action against fracking --...
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Progressives Must Move Beyond Occupy
Average citizens evaluate political organizations based on how those organizations actually function. They know a political organization is a microcosm of the society it wishes to create. So after ten months of heavy involvement in Occupy, I have this question for Occupiers: would you honestly want...
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Corporate Power on Full Display at Dem and GOP Conventions
In the past week, we have been witness to the spectacle of the Republican and Democratic national conventions, events where both parties leave no stone unturned in their attempts to gain the confidence of voting Americans. Perhaps the biggest and best opportunity during presidential campaigns for...
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Saving Obama, Saving Ourselves
The threat of a Romney-Ryan regime should be enough to convince a narrow American majority to vote for Barack Obama, including the disappointed rank-and-file of social movements. A widening of economic and racial inequality. Cuts in Medicare and Medical. More global warming and extreme weather...
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The Third-Party Dilemma
Dr. Jill Stein is the Green Party candidate for President this year. Her candidacy has won the endorsement of several prominent progressives, such as Medea Benjamin of CodePink and author Chris Hedges. But others question the wisdom and the utility of Stein’s run. Stein, sixty-two, a graduate of...
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