October 2012

Enough Already!

by ANDREW LEVINE

Afghanistan: the Smell of Defeat

by MIKE WHITNEY

Survival and Dignity in an Afghan Winter

by KATHY KELLY

The Inequality Gap

by DEAN BAKER

Colombia’s Agent Orange?

by JENNY O'CONNOR

The Lowdown On California’s Prop 34

by SUSAN E. LAWRENCE, M.D.

The Gillard White Paper on Asia

by BINOY KAMPMARK

The San Francisco Giants of Real Estate, Tech and Finance

by DARWIN BOND-GRAHAM

Drowning on Wall Street and Ending World War II

by DAVID SWANSON

The Twisted Logic of Drone Warfare

by TOM MCNAMARA

The Banal Evil of Voting

by JOSHUA SPERBER

Kelp Magazine

by WEBSITE OF THE DAY

The Romney Doctrine

by GENE GRABINER

Drone Wars from Britain

by DEEPAK TRIPATHI

David Brooks and the Politics of Moderation

by STEVE BREYMAN

Is Obama Opting to the Lose the Election?

by DEAN BAKER

Free of the Deadly Internet!

by CHRISTOPHER KETCHAM

The Politics of Indignation

by HRVOJE SIMICEVIC

Obama in 2012, American Death Squads in 2016

by AMOS BURRITT

Surfing From San Onofre to Fukushima

by RUSSELL D. HOFFMAN

Labor’s Big Test

by MARK VORPAHL

How the Clinton Administration Nixed an Iran Nuke Deal

by GARETH PORTER

Election Season 2016 is Just Around the Corner

by CHRISTOPHER BRAUCHLI

Music Matters

by DAVID ROVICS

subversives

by

Is Housing About to Tank?

by MIKE WHITNEY

American Students: the Coal Miners of Today

by DARWIN BOND-GRAHAM

Outsourcing in India and the US Election

by JYOTI SARASWATI

Capitalism and the Hole

by ROB URIE

War is Too Serious to be Left to (These) Politicians

by URI AVNERY

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