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Archives for February 2011
In the midst of unemployment and poverty, the Academy Awards facilitated a disturbing fascination with gratuitous fashion and wealth.
Matt steps away from his usual unreasonable revolutionary politics to ask why the GOP can’t even play by its own rules.
Important news events heading into the new week.
Vi Ransel’s poem for the budget process.
Coverage of important stories over the weekend.
The events last week in Madison, Wisconsin mark a new beginning for the mass mobilization potential of the working class.
There has been a great deal of hair-pulling (not at all unjustified) about the Citizens United ruling. I believe our ultimate goal is to remove “personhood” from the list of attributes we use to describe groups organized around their desire for profit while receiving limited liability for responsibility for the crimes intentionally committed for said
Bottom Line Up Front: We are organizing a nationwide Strike Against Corporate Personhood for the weekend of Constitution Day, 2011. This will be a three-day event, September16-18, since Constitution Day falls on Saturday this year.
Why go blogging when you can go jogging? Our brief discussions of Wisconsin, Cory Morningstar’s climate change article, and Robert Applebaum’s radion show.