All Views Articles for 2018-07-21

Saturday, July 21, 2018
Alex Emmons
How a One-Word Loophole Will Make It Easier for the US to Sell Weapons to Governments That Kill Civilians
The change could have a significant impact on sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates—the top two U.S. weapons clients—both of which are engaged in a destructive bombing campaign in Yemen.
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Friday, July 20, 2018
Tom Valovic
Is Artificial Intelligence Too Dehumanizing to Succeed?
Giving corporations powerful technology to intrude even more deeply into the personal lives of consumers and employees and then analyze that data for financial gain is a dangerous combination.
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Steven Singer
Wealth—Not Enrollment in Private School—Increases Student Achievement, According to New Study
It's time our policymakers stop ignoring the effect of income inequality on our nation's students.
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Christopher Brauchli
Trump as Tyrant
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, it got worse.
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John Atcheson
The Big Tent Is Really No Tent: Why the Democrats' Old Guard Has to Get Out of the Way
It's time for the party to follow the people and back a set of progressive policies and candidates that put people first.
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Protesters in Louisville, Kentucky set up a short-lived encampment outside the city's ICE facility on Monday. Jordan Holycross
Calls to Abolish ICE Get Cold Shoulder on Newspaper Opinion Pages
Grassroots organizations have spoken against ICE tactics long before Trump became president. Yet corporate media chose to publish only a handful of these voices.
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Keith Kozloff
Civility and Civil Disobedience: Not Mutually Exclusive
There is no magic formula for weighing the potential benefits and risks of civility versus incivility, other than to remain mindful about one’s decisions.
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