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Social Security and Medicare are proof that the American people can come together through our representatives in Washington to improve the lives of all of us. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Views
It’s Medicare’s Birthday—Let’s Offer It to Everyone
We need to call our representatives and tell them that we are current Medicare beneficiaries who strongly support Medicare for All.
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A Seesaw At the Border, Because What Goes Up Goes Down
Twitter photos at the border In a “subversive re-imagining” of the border wall - which cruelly, inherently represents what Noam Chomsky calls " the architecture of violence” - two artists installed a set of fluorescent pink seesaws in both Texas and Mexico on Monday to provide "a literal fulcrum"...
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FREEPORT, ME - A sign explaining the transformation of the newly renamed Wolfes Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment. The farm is now heavily focused on Regenerative Agriculture. Views
The 9% Lie: Industrial Food and Climate Change
The Climate Emergency is finally getting the attention of the media and the U.S. (and world) body politic, as well as a growing number of politicians, activists and even U.S. farmers. This great awakening has arrived just in time, given the record-breaking temperatures, violent weather, crop...
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Better To Have Rats Than Be One: Fearless Furious Baltimore Just Ripped Trump A New One
An ice cream party infestation in Baltimore. Twitter photo Now that this foul racist clown has moved on from attacking lawmakers of color to entire cities and districts (largely) of color, their residents are fighting back and it's glorious to behold. This weekend's venomous tantrum was aimed at...
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Congress has no ability to check the executive branch in any meaningful way. (Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) Views
We Are in Our Articles of Confederation Moment
Our national legislature no longer functions.
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Trolling Trump 101
Little 'No Puppet' Donnie. Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Poor little "No Puppet - You're the Puppet" Donnie. It seems the whole 80 minutes he was babbling earlier this week to a conference of eager young conservatives for Turning Point USA, Trump was standing before a bogus, virtuoso, downright heroic...
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Students take part in a climate rally in Parliament Square on May 24, 2019 in London. (Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images) News
'Everyone Should Mobilize': Climate Leaders Urge Massive Turnout for Global Climate Strikes
"Our house is on fire—let's act like it," says a call-to-action for September 20th and 27th strikes.
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On Decolonizing Art: Everything Is Impossible Until It Happens
Art and photo by Banksy In "a seismic shift in the art world," weeks of fierce protests and growing boycotts have forced the resignation of war profiteer and Whitney Museum board vice-chairman Warren Kanders, who as Safariland CEO has amassed a $700 million fortune from manufacturing police body...
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Put Down Your Swords: After 18 Years, the Senate Was Finally, Ingloriously Shamed Into Doing Right By 9/11 Responders
Jon Stewart exquisitely trolls Mitch McTurtle, who pretends not to see him in a less-than-crowded hallway after years of vile stonewalling on the bill. Photo by Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call. Front photo by Kevin Dietsch/ UPI After unconscionably stalling for almost two decade, during which time 200 more...
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The reality of climate change was now indisputable. All that remained in question was how rapidly it would occur and the extent (and again rapidity) of the devastation that it would ultimately inflict. (Photo: Flickr/ChrisA1995/cc) Views
The Great Reckoning: A Look Back from Mid-Century
"Even today, it remains difficult to understand why, given mounting evidence of a grave crisis, passivity persisted for so long across most sectors of society."
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