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Serious Question: Is Twitter Worth Saving?

This particular social media giant may be beyond saving, but the idea of a public-interest social network is something worth fighting for.

Tim Karr ·

Beware Corporate Democrats "Passing the Torch"

Congressman Hakeem Jeffries is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, but that affiliation for the heir apparent to the current House Speaker should not be taken at face value.

Norman Solomon ·

Why We Should Be Very Skeptical of the Billionaires Who Vow to 'Give It All Away'

In the end, voluntary philanthropy will never be an adequate substitute for an effective tax system that forces the fabulously rich to pay their fair share.

Chuck Collins ·

Ending the For-Profit Algorithms Before They End Us

Those who own the social media giants are often focused more on revenue than the consequences of their algorithms.

Thom Hartmann ·

How to Stop Inequality That Kills

A new book rests on a grim reality: Americans have spent recent decades dying at much higher rates than people living in our peer nations.

Sam Pizzigati ·

We Need a Global Treaty More Powerful Than the Plastics Industry

For a treaty to result in meaningful change, the voices of impacted communities, waste pickers, and populations displaced by plastic pollution have to be heard.

Marian Ledesma ·

Imagining the Necessary World in Which the US and China Cooperate on Climate

Can green diplomacy among the world's two major powers help save the planet?

Michael T. Klare ·

America Should Not Be Governed by Fear—And Neither Should Its Teachers

The cause of decency, honesty, and integrity must reside in every classroom and in each person.

Jacob Goodwin ·

COP27: Progress or Performance?

Why do we continue to allow fossil fuel corporations to dictate the terms and conditions of our world? 

Hanganh Vo ·

Xi vs Trudeau Exchange: China Now Sees Itself as a Superpower

Western powers have used the pretense of China’s human rights record to provide a moral foundation for meddling

Ramzy Baroud ·

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