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Arizona Bans Ethnic Studies (Also, Reason and Justice)
While much condemnation has rightly been expressed toward Arizona's anti-immigrant law, SB 1070, a less-reported and potentially more insidious measure is set to take effect on January 1, 2011. This new law, which was passed by the conservative state legislature at the behest of then-School...
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Domesticated Deities: About Messiahs Come to Redeem Our Country, Not Govern It
(and Don’t Forget Marilyn and Elvis and Jackie O and Diana and Oprah and Brangelina and David Hasselhoff)
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Mideast Peace Key to Countering Iran, Arabs Told U.S. Diplomats
WASHINGTON - Gleeful Israeli leaders and their neo-conservative supporters here have spent much of the past week insisting that the State Department cables published by Wikileaks prove that Sunni Arab leaders in the Middle East are far more preoccupied with the threat posed by an ascendant and...
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US Cables Leak Sparks Global Diplomatic Crisis
Classified embassy dispatches reveal Saudi king pressed US for military action on Iran and Washington used diplomats to spy on UN
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Jon Stewart, Opiate of the Masses
I realize this is going to put me in some pretty unsavory company, but here goes: I didn't like Jon Stewart 's rousing speech at the end of his Rally to Restore Sanity. I found it cowardly and even a little heartbreaking. I'll get to why in a minute, but let me say first that I have been, for many...
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MEMO: Health Insurance, Banking, Oil Industries Met With Koch, Chamber, Glenn Beck To Plot 2010 Election
In 2006, Koch Industries owner Charles Koch revealed to the Wall Street Journal’s Stephen Moore that he coordinates the funding of the conservative infrastructure of front groups, political campaigns, think tanks, media outlets and other anti-government efforts through a twice annual meeting of...
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Has US Empire Benefited the World?
In a recent column , Thomas Friedman, probably the most influential “internationalist” — read: proponent of U.S. interventionism in faraway places — has finally discovered that the United States must soon turn inward and put domestic economic growth first because of its massive public debt, huge...
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Repairers of the Breach
Should they be allowed to build a mosque at Ground Zero? This question has been in the news for the past few weeks, with politicians and pundits weighing in on every side of the issue -- depending on which way they think the political winds are blowing. And it's understandable. After all, we're in...
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Noam Chomsky: The Antidote To So Many Lies
Noam Chomsky is one of the most hysterically abused figures in the world today. Even his critics have to concede that his work in the field of linguistics – beginning to decode the structure of how language is formed in the human brain – makes him one of the most important intellectuals alive. But...
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America Detached from War: Bush’s Pilotless Dream, Smoking Drones, and Other Strange Tales from the Crypt
Admittedly, before George W. Bush had his fever dream, the U.S. had already put its first unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drone surveillance planes in the skies over Kosovo in the late 1990s. By November 2001, it had armed them with missiles and was flying them over Afghanistan. In November 2002...
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