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The Perils of an 'America First' Climate Policy

To meet his climate promises, Biden will have to abandon the U.S. tradition of hawkish nationalism in favor of global cooperation.

Kate Aronoff ·

What You Need to Know About Israel's So-Called 'Change' Coalition

The new government — if it takes power at all — is united only around ousting Netanyahu. Here’s what that could mean.

Phyllis Bennis ·

2021-2030: The Renewal Decade

Protecting and regenerating the viability of our blue-green home is the essential work of the next few years. Everyone is needed and we each have a role to play.

Diana Donlon ·

Top 10 Signs of Looming Fascism

A quick fascism worry checklist.

Gary Engler ·

Psychopath-Driven Inequality Is Making Our Society Sick

We will all be better off when we reform our political and business cultures to be less psychopath-friendly and more humanity-friendly.

Thom Hartmann ·

Let's Go All Out for Universal Health Care in the US

We should continue to vigorously advocate for a universal publicly funded privately delivered health care system at every level throughout America—state as well as national.

Philip Caper ·

The Tax Foundation Uses Mythical Taxpayers to Cause Alarm Over Proposals That Only Impact the Wealthiest Among Us

No actual taxpayers are going to face anything remotely close to the tax rate critics of the Biden tax plan are claiming.

Bob Lord ·

Nukes, Lies and Invisible Murder

Militarism creates the illusion of safety, though of course its endless presence creates just the opposite.

Robert C. Koehler ·

Swept Into a Covid Hell of Profits

While most of the country hunkered down in a state of stunned paralysis, a faction of Trumpworld recognized the pandemic not for what it took away—human lives and livelihoods—but for what it offered.

Nina Burleigh ·

The Promise of Agroecology Is Under Threat Worldwide

The industrial model marginalizes the world's majority food producers—smallholder farmers, food provisioners and workers, Indigenous Peoples, and their innovative solutions, while causing far-reaching and detrimental environmental impacts.

Lauren Baker ·

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