All Views Articles for 2016-10-28

Friday, October 28, 2016
Molly Cain
Conservatives Say Raising the Minimum Wage Kills Jobs. New Research Says They’re Wrong.
Raising the minimum wage would help a lot of Americans. It would raise wages for 35 million workers, bring 4.5 million people out of poverty, and reduce the wage gaps that plague women and people of...
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Sonali Kolhatkar
Election’s Rape and Sexual Assault Accusations Need to Be Taken Seriously
Less than a day after the third and final 2016 presidential debate, GOP nominee Donald Trump faced new accusations from a woman who recounted a story of her sexual assault at his hands. Karena...
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John Pilger
Selling ‘Regime Change’ Wars to the Masses
Propaganda is now such a pervasive part of Western governance that any foreign leader who resists the prevailing power structure can be turned into a demon and made a target of a “regime change” war
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John Light
The Long Path to Reversing Citizens United
Campaign finance lawyers are pursuing two legal strategies to try and push back against the 2010 ruling, and other court decisions, that deregulated our campaign finance system.
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Emily Fuller
How to Contact the 17 Banks Funding the Dakota Access Pipeline
Here are CEO names, emails, and phone numbers—because banks have choices when it comes to what projects they give loans to.
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Emile Frison
To Diversify Agriculture, We Must Diversify the Questions We Ask
Why narrowly- defined indicators of agricultural performance fail to capture many of the benefits of diversified and organic systems
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Charles B. Keeney
'Blood on the Mountain': Why We Need a Red Neck Protest Anthem, Not a Hillbilly Elegy
A place mired in poverty, a culture of guns, conservative religion, poorly educated people, an angry and embittered populace. These are common words used by journalists and writers to describe West...
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Bernie Sanders
Here's What I'll Do the Day After Election Day
I am currently working as hard as I can to see that Donald Trump is defeated, that Hillary Clinton is elected president, and that Democrats gain control of the US House and Senate. The day after the...
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Craig Aaron
AT&T/Time Warner: The Case Against Monster Bell
An opponent of the mega-merger wonders if the political will to oppose it will survive Election Day.
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Adam Schwartz
AT&T Requires Police to Hide Hemisphere Phone Spying
AT&T built a powerful phone surveillance tool for police, called Hemisphere. Every day , AT&T adds four billion call records to Hemisphere, making it one of the largest known reservoirs of...
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