All Views Articles for 2016-06-04

Saturday, June 4, 2016
Patrick L. Smith
We Can’t Have More of the Same: The Very Real Dangers of Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy
Trump may well be dangerous. But know what you're getting with Hillary: American hegemony that's hated worldwide
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Peter Dreier
The Greatest — Muhammad Ali — Dies at 74
At the opening ceremonies of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Muhammad Ali suddenly appeared on a platform in the stadium. Janet Evans, a five-time Olympic medalist in swimming, passed the heavy...
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James Zogby
My Role With the Democratic Platform Drafting Committee
I wasn’t going to write about this subject, but something happened yesterday over lunch that prompted me to reconsider. I was having a peaceful meal with my wife when two men sat down in the next...
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Susan Neiman
What Americans Abroad Know about Bernie Sanders and You Should Know Too
As the prospect of Donald Trump in the White House moves from ludicrous to terrifying, it’s time to reconsider the electability question. Despite polls suggesting that Hillary Clinton is more likely...
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Tom Gallagher
The Missing Clinton-Sanders Debate: California Dreaming?
In opting out of the last of her previously agreed upon debates with Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton returned to campaign-long theme – her inevitability. And entitlement. Her supporters told us from...
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Jeremy Brecher
This Is What Insurgency Looks Like
In a small church in the Albany, NY’s low-income, predominantly African-American South End, forty people were gathered for a community meeting. They were organizing a protest against trains carrying...
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William Astore
Hillary Clinton’s Flat and Misleading Foreign Policy Speech
On Thursday, Hillary Clinton gave a foreign policy speech in San Diego that was notably flat and misleading. It’s been getting decent reviews in the mainstream media for the zingers she tossed at...
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Jeff Bryant
Trump University Shows Why For-Profit Motives Don’t Belong In Education
Revelations from documents connected to Trump University are generating outrage across the political spectrum, from my colleague Terrance Heath , who called it “a scheme to transfer wealth from...
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Janine Jackson
The People Are the Story–and Corporate Media Are Missing It
At FAIR, we always say the primary measure of media in an election is not how fair they are to this or that candidate, but how fair they are to the people—all of the people who are affected by the...
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Ilana Solomon
#ExxonKnew About Climate Change and ExxonKnows How to Use Trade Deals to Get Its Way
Public outrage has been brewing about the fact that ExxonMobil—one of the the world’s biggest oil companies— knew about climate change as early as 1977 and yet promoted climate denialism and actively...
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Adam Johnson
Media Trumpwash Clinton’s Reckless Foreign Record
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a much-anticipated “foreign policy” speech ( 6/2/16 ) in which she took presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump to task for what she called his “...
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