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The Key to Saving Family Farms Is in the Soil
Farmers adopting regenerative agricultural practices across the Midwest are restoring the health of the soil and of their rural economies.
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Why Taking Responsibility for Our Carbon Emissions Means Promoting the Right to Repair
Using products for longer is one of the simplest actions we can take towards climate justice.
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State Rep. Chloe Maxmin and allies celebrate the Maine AFL-CIO signing onto the Green New Deal in April of 2019. (Photo: Maxmin's Twitter) Views
We're Not "Polarized" Everywhere. In Maine, Democracy and Green Energy Win Big
How often I hear that in “polarized” America rural voters will reject a green agenda out of hand. For them, green means liberal, tree-hugging snobs, unconcerned about the struggles of real working people. But last week that frame busted for me when I had a chance to speak with Chloe Maxmin, a 27...
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As Zuckerberg Defends False Trump Ads as Free Expression, Critics Say Facebook's Assault on 'Foundations of Democracy' Must Be Stopped
"To save democracy and the free press, we must eliminate Google and Facebook's control over the information commons."
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Elijah Cummings walks with community leaders in Baltimore 2015 to preach against violence amidst unrest after the murder of Freddie Gray. Photo by David Goldman/AP. Front photo AP So Sad. We mourn the sudden, too-soon passing of Rep. Elijah Cummings, 68, son of sharecropper parents, beloved...
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Democratic presidential hopefuls California Senator Kamala Harris (L) and former Vice President Joe Biden (R) applaud Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders during the fourth Democratic primary debate of the 2020 presidential campaign season co-hosted by The New York Times and CNN at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio on October 15, 2019. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Post-Debate Musings: Bernie’s Heart and His Courage Just Fine with Me
It will be nice when all of the candidates stop lying about how badly we Americans want to keep our private coverage. Are you kidding?
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The author, Nathan Williams, is removed by police as climate change action group Extinction Rebellion staged a protest at London City Airport during the fourth day of demonstrations on October 10, 2019 in London, England. Climate change activists have gathered to block access to various government departments as they launch a two week protest in central London. (Photo: Peter Summers/Getty Images) Views
Experiencing Firsthand Failures of UN Climate Politics, I Realized Civil Disobedience Only Route Left
I was arrested at London City Airport because only a mass uprising in defence of life can counter mass death
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Many Americans—including several presidential candidates—have begun asking whether the Supreme Court should be reformed. (Photo: Screenshot/Youtube) Views
Should the Supreme Court Be Reformed?
In an era of increasing political polarization, we should rethink how the Court is organized in order to rebuild public trust.
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Students at Nettelhorst Elementary School, on lunch, dig into a salad bar in the school's lunchroom March 20, 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo: Tim Boyle/Getty Images) News
'Every Child Deserves to Eat': Sanders and Omar Bill Would Provide Universal Free Public School Lunches in US
"In one of the wealthiest countries in the world, no child should be turned away from a meal if they cannot afford it," said Rep. Ilhan Omar.
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Sens. Elizabeth Warren, left, and Bernie Sanders speak at the NALEO Candidate Forum in Miami, Fla., on June 21, 2019. (Photo: Joe Skipper/Getty Images) Views
Means Testing: Sanders vs. Warren on the Single Most Important Policy Idea for Progressive Success
Basing eligibility on wealth or income level is phony progressivism and a crucial tactic promoted by the right to eliminate social welfare programs that could benefit the entire population and the common good.
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