All Views Articles for 2017-06-03

Saturday, June 3, 2017
Ann Marie Utratel, Stacco Troncoso
Promoting the Commons in the Time of Monsters
How peer-to-peer (P2P) politics can change the world, one city at a time
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Christopher Brauchli
The Immigrant as Criminal
Useless laws weaken the necessary laws. —Charles de Secondat, De l’Espirit des Louis (1748) As usual, the fake news people are trying to make a big deal out of the fact that it took DJT more than 48...
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Kristine Mattis
Of Course Trump Has No Moral Compass on Climate. Now It's Up to Us
At the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) marked the first international treaty to address the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions...
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Jamie Henn
The Best Way to Resist Trump Ditching Paris? Divest from Fossil Fuels
Divestment provides us with a powerful way to cut our ties with this destructive industry and start moving in a new direction
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John Nichols
It’s Time to Make the Case for Impeaching Trump
The president blatantly tried to block a federal investigation. That’s obstruction of justice.
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Eamon Ryan
America Is Acting Like a Rogue State, So We Must All Stand Up for What's Right
It was no surprise when Donald Trump walked out into the Rose Garden to announce to the waiting world he was about to drop out of the Paris Climate Agreement. We knew what was coming. We realised...
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Adam Johnson
In a Dozen Interviews, Media Never Bothered Asking President Trump About Climate Change
President Donald Trump’s disastrous withdrawal of the US from the Paris Climate Change Accord understandably has the media in a frenzy. “Unconscionable and fatuous,” proclaimed The Economist ( 6/1/17...
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Les Leopold
Wanted: A Massive Education, Organizing Drive and Progressive Vision to Vanquish Trump
Why building a fairer and more just society will require unity and serious reflection
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Heide Castañeda, Jessica Mulligan, Mark Schuller
With Attention Elsewhere, Healthcare for Millions Still at Risk
Wendy and Rich, a white working-class couple from Crystal River, Florida, signed up for Affordable Care Act (ACA, or “Obamacare”) coverage last year primarily because they wanted to avoid paying the...
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