All Views Articles for 2016-11-08

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Jeremy Scahill
The True Scandal of 2016 Was The Torture of Chelsea Manning
A few days ago, we learned that Private Chelsea Manning attempted to take her own life last month for the second time since being sentenced to 35 years at the U.S. military prison in Leavenworth,...
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Jamie Henn
The Mainstream Media’s Climate Fail This Election—And What We Can Do About It
With the presidential race finally over, how can the climate movement reclaim the spotlight it deserves?
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William Greider
No Honeymoon for Hillary
If Clinton wins, she’ll inherit massive public anger unless she fights for progressive changes on trade and industrial policy.
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Richard Heinberg
The Case of the Vanishing Oil Reserves
Where are Philip Marlowe and Sam Spade when we need them? A crime is in progress, and only a detective who’s unafraid of stepping on powerful people’s toes is likely to get to the bottom of it. Here’...
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Ann Wright
At Standing Rock, A Native American Woman Elder Says "This is What I Have Been Waiting for My Entire Life"
This time I have been at Standing Rock, North Dakota at the Oceti Shakowin camp to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) for four days during a whirlwind of national and international attention...
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Sara Shaw
Fighting Back Against Dirty Energy, False Solutions and Climate Change
How the fossil fuel industry is at the root of global injustice
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Julian Assange
A Statement on the US Election
'Irrespective of the outcome of the 2016 US Presidential election, the real victor is the US public which is better informed as a result of our work.'
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Matthew Stanley
The Philadelphia Moment: Obama, Clinton, and the Substance of Symbols
On the day of yet another historic presidential election with what looks to deliver yet another unprecedented result, I, like many others, find myself thinking about the symbolic value of events in...
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Ai-jen Poo, George Goehl
The Case Against Cynicism: A Dispatch from Colorado and Florida
We live in an age of cynicism. We’re not going to tell you what others might — which is that cynicism is a privilege. While it is true that some people don’t have the same set of options or resources...
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Michael Winship
Last Stop for Democracy
Trump's rhetoric during the last days of the campaign has led even the most equable of journalists to the end of his rope.
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