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Republicans for Sanders Meet Jeb!

Ralph Nader on Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Bid

Sonali Kolhatkar Interviews Michael Hudson

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Ron Jacobs and Green Mountain Vets for Peace

Ron Jacobs talks about his new book Daydream Sunset, published by CounterPunch. More

Who Can Pay for College?

Source: mic.com More

This is Hell! An Interview with Michael Hudson

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John Trudell On Leonard Peltier

Chomsky Explains Why Hitchens and Horowitz Reversed Everything They Believed

Kneel Down and Salute Your Queen, She Ain’t No Human Being!

From Cutting Up the Queen (on the Occasion of Her Becoming Britain’s Longest Reigning Monarch) by Michael Dickinson. More

Uncle Donald Needs More Mexico!

By Roy Singh More

Working Harder, Making Less

Source: EPI. More

Palestine Shrinking, Israel Expanding

Interactive image courtesy of Visualizing Palestine. More

Victory in Pelican Bay!

After decades in solitary they joined forces. Here’s what happened. SHARE   More

The Black Panthers Are Coming! The Black Panthers Are Coming!!

Retired Texas Dept. of Corrections officer Nathan Ener issues racist threats to Black Lives Matter. SHARE   More

Why Do Six Companies Control 90% of the Media?

Image courtesy of Pay 2 Play. More

What It Takes for Families to Get By

Source: Economic Policy Institute. More

Dams in America

A 200-year graphic history of dammed rivers by James Syvitski of the University of Colorado. More

Children in Hanoi, 1972.

Photo: David McReynolds. See More at War Resisters League. More

Graveyard of Social Movements

By Mike Flugennock www.sinkers.org More

When Bernie Sanders Came to Town

By David Rovics

Rosalie Little Thunder: a Real American Hero

Courtesy: Buffalo Field Campaign.SHARE More

Our Lady of Gentrification

LA street art by Wild Life. Courtesy of Colors in LA. http://colorsinla.com/ SHARE More

Democracy in America

by Ralph Steadman http://www.ralphsteadman.com SHARE

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Julian Bond and SNCC Members, Atlanta, 1963

Courtesy of The Civil Rights Movement: A Photographic History, 1954-68 by Steve Kasher SHARE More

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