March 2017

What We Don’t Want to Know

The Futility of the Electronics Ban

Why ICE Raids Imperil Us All

New York 2140: Kim Stanley Robinson

A Record-Setting Climate Going Bonkers

Why $15 an Hour Should be the Absolute Minimum Minimum Wage

The Disappearance of Bipartisanship on the Intelligence Committees

ISIS’s Losses in Syria and Iraq Will Make It Difficult to Recruit

Single-Payer Bernie Morphs Into Public Option Dean

Can Democracy Save Us?

Budget Goes Military

Disappeared on the Border: “Chase and Scatter” — to Death

The Troubling Financial Activities of an Ecuadorian Presidential Candidate

As ISIS’s Caliphate Shrinks, Syrian Anger Grows

Democratic Party Continues Shunning Popular Sanders Surrogates

Nazi Heritage: the Strange Saga of Chrystia Freeland’s Ukrainian Grandfather

Buddhism in the Storm

Platitudes in the Wake of London’s Terror Attack

Insane Truths: a Vietnam Vet on “Apocalypse Now, Redux”

Cyclone Watch in Australia

18 Million U.S. Citizens Exposed to Lead-Contaminated Water Systems

Finks: How the CIA Tricked the World’s Best Writers

Trump is Obama’s Legacy: Will this Break up the Democratic Party?

Donald Trump and the Triumph of White Identity Politics

Roaming Charges: Nothing Was Delivered

Ryan’s Choice

Global Coal in Freefall, Tar Sands Development Drying Up (Bad News for Keystone XL)

Ditching the “Deep State”: The Rise of a New Conspiracy Theory in American Politics

Boris and Natasha Visit Fantasy Island

London and the Dreary Ritual of Terrorist Attacks

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July 17, 2019
Manuel García, Jr.
Ye Cannot Swerve Me: Moby-Dick and Climate Change
Charles Pierson
Sofi’s Choice
Gary Leupp
Epstein, Jane Doe, and Trump
Rebecca Gordon
I Had an Abortion and Now I’m Not Ashamed
Peter Bolton
In the US and Brazil, Two Trends Underline the Creeping Fascism of Both Governments
Michael Kidder
“Go Back Where You Came From:” an Episode From Canada
Steve Early - Rand Wilson
How Big Strike 30 Years Ago Aided Fight for Single Payer
John W. Whitehead
Sexual Predators in the Power Elite
Michael Welton
Teach the Children Well: the Unrealized Vision In Teaching and Learning in the Residential Schools
Khury Petersen-Smith
Iran’s Not the Aggressor, the US Is
Russell Mokhiber
Kip Sullivan and Dr. Matthew Hahn on How Value Based Programs Are Undermining Medicare and Single Payer
George Ochenski
A Fearless and Free Press is Essential to Our Democracy
Lawrence Wittner
Billionaires and American Politics
Dean Baker
Cheap Shots at the Trump Economy
July 16, 2019
Conn Hallinan
The World Needs a Water Treaty
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Britain Grovels: the Betrayal of the British Ambassador
Christopher Ketcham
This Land Was Your Land
Gary Leupp
What Right Has Britain to Seize an Iranian Tanker Off Spain?
Evaggelos Vallianatos
Democratic Virtues in Electing a President
Thomas Knapp
Free Speech Just isn’t That Complicated
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The Resigning Ambassador
Howard Lisnoff
Everybody Must Get Stoned
Nicky Reid
Nukes For Peace?
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The United States of Overreaction
Cesar Chelala
Children’s Trafficking and Exploitation is a Persistent, Dreary Phenomenon
Martin Billheimer
Sylvan Shock Theater
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David Altheide
The Fear Party
Roger Harris
UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Bachelet’s Gift to the US: Justifying Regime Change in Venezuela
John Feffer
Pyongyang on the Potomac
Vincent Kelley
Jeffrey Epstein and the Collapse of Europe
Robert Fisk
Trump’s Hissy-Fit Over Darroch Will Blow a Chill Wind Across Britain’s Embassies in the Middle East
Binoy Kampmark
Juggling with the Authoritarians: Donald Trump’s Diplomatic Fake Book
Dean Baker
The June Jobs Report and the State of the Economy
Michael Hudson – Bonnie Faulkner
De-Dollarizing the American Financial Empire
Kathy Kelly
Remnants of War
B. Nimri Aziz
The Power of Our Human Voice: From Marconi to Woods Hole
Elliot Sperber
Christianity Demands a Corpse 
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July 12, 2019
Friday - Sunday
Paul Street
Skull of Death: Mass Media, Inauthentic Opposition, and Eco-Existential Reality in a Pre-Fascist Age of Appeasement
T.J. Coles
“Strategic Extremism”: How Republicans and Establishment Democrats Use Identity Politics to Divide and Rule
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Toward an Eco-Socialist Revolution
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How Real is the Trump Administration’s New Flexibility with North Korea?
Jason Hirthler
The Journalists Do The Shouting
Jeffrey St. Clair
Roaming Charges: Pâté Politics in the Time of Trump and Pelosi
Andrew Levine
The Electoral Circus as the End of Its Initial Phase Looms
David Swanson
Earth Over the Brink
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