From “As Venezuela Enters 3rd Month Of Protests, Anti-Maduro Ire Finds New Target,” in NPR By Colin Dwyer It has been more than 60 days since Venezuela’s Supreme Court moved to dissolve the country’s National Assembly. The move, intended to… Read More ›
Don’t Be Fooled: Koch Push For Justice Reform Is Plot To Protect Corporate Criminals
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
A day in the life of a Palestinian child laborer
According to a Human Rights Watch report, hundreds of Palestinian youths, some as young as 11, are being employed on settlement farms. The work is hard, and conditions even harder. Three youngsters describe an average workday. Around 5 A.M., before… Read More ›
Corporate Welfare Is Draining Baltimore
On May 4, Stephen Curry, deadeye starting point guard for the Golden State Warriors, was named the 2015 National Basketball Association MVP. In honor of his award, Baltimore-based athletic gear firm Under Armour announced a special edition of his Curry… Read More ›
“We’re going to resist!”: Brazil’s indigenous groups fight to keep their land in face of new law
By Claire Rigby in The Guardian From downtown São Paulo, the Pico do Jaraguá – the crest of a mountain ridge on the city’s north-western horizon – looks like a broken tooth, crowned by a towering TV antenna. Just beyond… Read More ›
Netanyahu Insults The U.S. To Their Face While Taking $8.6 Million In Aid Every Day
Author: S. Longfellow Is a stable and strong Israel important to the Middle Eastern region? Of course it is. However, that doesn’t mean we need to agree and bow down to everything that comes out of reelection hopeful Prime… Read More ›
“Yes, We Can”… the making of a terrorist or agent of change.
On Being – Scott Atran — Hopes and Dreams in a World of Fear This is a 51 minute audio interview from Krista Tippett’s radio show on Public Radio. It was recorded before the rise of ISIS. I woke up… Read More ›
Voodoo Economics, the Next Generation
By Paul Krugman in The New York Times Even if Republicans take the Senate this year, gaining control of both houses of Congress, they won’t gain much in conventional terms: They’re already able to block legislation, and they still won’t… Read More ›
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