December 2016

Third L.A. with Architectural Critic Christopher Hawthorne

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The Coming Assault on Social Security

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We Do Not Live in a “Post Truth” World, We Live in a World of Lies and We Always Have

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Thin Green Line: 20 Groups Standing Between You and Doom

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Trump’s Tweets Take a Turn for the Worse

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What Israel Fears

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2016 What Have You Wrought?

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Kerry’s Finest Hour: Obama Team Labels Israel an Outlaw Nation

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Palestine, the World and Resolution 2334

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Why ‘White Genocide’ is Key to the Earth’s Survival: White Genocide From Baldwin to Ciccariello-Maher

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Twittering While the World Comes to its Senses

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Could It Have Been Different?

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The Fires of Standing Rock: How a New Resistance Movement was Ignited

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Trump and Israel’s Anti-Semitic Zionists

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Venezuela’s Communal Movement

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Any Way You Calculate it, Income Inequality is Getting Worse

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Spark of Light in a Dark Time

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What is the Obama Regime Up To?

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Fire, Snow and Mist: the Resilience of the Great Smoky Mountains

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Step Into 2017

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To Weapons Dealers, Laws Are Decorative Holiday Ornaments

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Selling Death: US Weapons Kill a Yemeni Child Every 10 Minutes

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Upheaving the Fourth Estate

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The Dilemmas of Progressive Electoral Politics

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What’s Left of Place?

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Lying and Looking Ridiculous

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Spectrum Shift: A Period In-Between

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Why is Ecuador Choosing to Sabotage Its Top Universities?

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Whatever Happened to the First Amendment? KPFA’s “Fake News” Pitch and the Ministry of Truth

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Cops Copping Out

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Racism: North and South
Gregory Barrett
The Karma of Terror
Robert Fisk
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Howard Lisnoff
The Streets: the Only Place Where Democracy Lives
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Another Palestinian-American Deported: the Case of Rasmea Odeh
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Anthony DiMaggio
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The National Climate Assessment and National Park Neglect
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The Lies on Afghanistan 
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To Remove or Not to Remove?
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Trump’s Collapsing World
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Why Trump Could Be Gone Before 2020
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America Asleep
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The Fetishization of Violence: Reflections on Charlottesville, WWII and Activism
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Why Trump Isn’t a Populist
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Imperial Death Spiral
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Permanent War, Permanent Failure
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