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Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Ralph Nader
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook— Serf Labor, Overpriced iPhones, and Wasted Burning Profits
Apple’s business model rests on low wage-labor in China and gouging iPhone consumers in the U.S. The federal cops on the corporate antitrust beat have been asleep for years— a somnolence well recognized by Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Google.
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"We could rapidly become 4 degrees warmer than today, as we spiral out of control very quickly, as one domino knocks another over. In fact, have we already started spiralling?" (Photo: AP) Andy Rowell
Are We Descending Into Hothouse Earth?
The new normal could become a whole lot worse
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"Trump calls the news media “the Enemy of the People,” a phrase that blood-soaked totalitarian regimes have used to justify assassinations and purges." (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc) Eugene Robinson
Trump’s Rally Rhetoric Is Going to Get Somebody Killed
The GOP has lost its mind
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Jeffrey D. Sachs
Medicare for All Makes A Lot of Sense
The current system is an outrage, and Americans express less satisfaction with the health care system than do their counterparts abroad.
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Tucker Carlson, host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight" speaks onstage at IGNITION: Future of Media at Time Warner Center on November 29, 2017 in New York City. (Photo: Roy Rochlin/Getty Images) Madeline Peltz
Watching Tucker Carlson Eats At My Soul. Here’s Why I Do It Anyway
Fox News is still the highest-viewed news network in the country, which means the stories it focuses on and the language it uses to report them holds a tremendous amount of sway
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"If the ruling stands, it could result in an unprecedented level of public disclosure about Trump’s businesses, something he has fiercely resisted." (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr) Ciara Torres-Spelliscy
Encouraging Progress in Prying Open Trump’s Finances
A judge has defined the Constitution’s anti-corruption clauses for the first time. And it’s not good news for the president
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'The people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki did not have this option when the bombs fell, when they were crushed in their own homes, and when they died by the thousands from radiation poisoning for decades after." (Photo: AP Photo/U.S. Army) Emilie K. Clark
What Do We Teach Our Students About Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
I have worked in four different high schools in New York City, and have hardly heard these nuclear disasters mentioned
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