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Cory Booker Falls Victim to Disease of False Equivalence
Posted on: May 21, 2012, Source: The Nation
In an effort to appear objective in a political climate anything but, talking heads now feel the need to utter a Democratic offense in the same breath as a Republican offense.
1%er Facebook Co-Founder Runs Away to Evade Taxes? Here's What Eduardo Saverin Owes America
Posted on: May 14, 2012, Source: The Nation
Saverin exemplifies the spoiled 1 percenter who erodes the fabric of the country that afforded such opportunity by not paying back the investment America made in him.
What if Citizens United Actually United the Citizens?
Posted on: Jan 22, 2012, Source: The Nation
This past week saw a flurry of progressive victories that could upset the conventional wisdom about a post–Citizens United world.
Scary: People Who Watch and Trust Fox News Will Surprise You
Posted on: Mar 14, 2011, Source: The Guardian
One in four Americans believes "most or all" of what's said on Fox News, despite Fox's fabrication of everything from death panels to Climategate.
Why the Right Attacked Unions, ACORN and Planned Parenthood -- Institutions That Help Bridge Politics and Daily Life
Posted on: Mar 1, 2011, Source: The Nation
Their attacks are all carefully aimed at the same critical juncture: institutions that work for people in their daily lives and in the political arena.
How Progressive Activists Are Organizing to Elect Better Democrats
Posted on: Jul 23, 2010, Source: Democracy Now!
lyse Hogue of MoveOn.Org, and Adam Green, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee on recapturing the Democratic Party.
Information Warfare in Miami
Posted on: Nov 30, 2003, Source: AlterNet
The 'Miami Model' used during the anti-FTAA protests represents a new police strategy whose aim is to control not just the streets, but also the "story" told by the media.
In Defense of Cacophony
Posted on: Apr 8, 2003, Source: AlterNet
An antiwar leader makes the case for civil disobedience, diversity of protest and the weaving of a new narrative.
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