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2014/09/30 09:20
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I have been writing these diatribes for a long, long time, and for the most part they have been hyper partisan political opinions, which purposefully rile the opposition and give succor to my fellow...
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2014/09/30 01:28
2014/09/30 01:28
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Iraqi Shiite militiamen aim their weapons during clashes with ISIS militants in Jurf al-Sakhar, Iraq, on Sunday, September 28. Some of the world's top diplomats have pledged support for Iraq,...
2014/09/30 00:56
2014/09/30 00:56
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Oh, that's just so special. I'm sure it'll all work out just peachy. I still say fascism is winning the day. Look at obamacare. Govt regulated bullshit that requires you to buy a product from a lobby...
2014/09/29 12:28
2014/09/29 12:28
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Editor's note:Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and a New America fellow. He is the author of the forthcoming book, "The Fierce Urgency of Now: Lyndon...
2014/09/29 09:22
2014/09/29 09:22
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If history has taught conservatives anything, it is that having Republicans in power is a... If history has taught conservatives anything, it is that having Republicans in power is a necessary but by...
2014/09/24 19:30
2014/09/24 19:30
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In the early morning of September 23, 2014, American air forces--joined by the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Jordan--began striking targets in Syria as part of ongoing operations...
2014/09/24 12:57
2014/09/24 12:57
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... of the criticisms of Roosevelt were true. He could be devious, pitted staff and Cabinet members against each other, and sometimes kept you in the dark about what he was thinking. But he sure as...
2014/09/23 17:18
2014/09/23 17:18
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Techonomy: Race and the New Economy by C. KellySpecial to the NNPA from The Michigan Citizen Technology is fundamentally changing the world in which we live. Just as the 1880s Industrial Revolution...
2014/09/23 14:05
2014/09/23 14:05
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Rights, Privileges, Franklin Roosevelt, and an Unfinished Revolution By Richard Girard "What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason, how infinite in faculty, in form and moving how express...
2014/09/23 05:06
2014/09/23 05:06
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Fall is upon us, which means the NC annual fundraiser will be starting soon! Readers contribute generously to this site in many ways, via sending links, antidotes, giving insights, information, and...
2014/09/22 16:05
2014/09/22 16:05
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... for TomDispatch Readers: My thanks to all of you who responded to my recent offer and donated $100 for a signed, personalized, hot-off-the-presses copy of my new book, Shadow Government:...
2014/09/22 14:28
2014/09/22 14:28
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President Barack Obama pauses during a statement in the State Dining Room of the White House, on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014, in Washington. Editor's note:Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and...
2014/09/21 20:20
2014/09/21 20:20
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ANALYSIS/OPINION: The tale of Ferguson, Missouri, is in many respects the tale of two cities. One half is white, overwhelmingly Republican and conservative; the other half is black, overwhelmingly...
2014/09/18 09:24
2014/09/18 09:24
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In February 1969, the New Statesman was the nearly subject of an embarrassing incident in Anglo-American relations. Expecting a Democratic victory for Hubert Humphrey over Richard Nixon in the US...
2014/09/15 22:28
2014/09/15 22:28
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Editor's note:Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and a fellow at the New America Foundation. He is the author of the forthcoming book, "The Fierce...
2014/09/14 09:09
2014/09/14 09:09
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Provided they remain in good health, most 50-year-olds in America are still working, and many are at the peak of their careers. Few are working as vigorously as the federal Job Corps program, which...
2014/09/13 12:38
2014/09/13 12:38
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The century between 1858 and 1962 transformed America and shaped the modern world. The first national parks and the Panama Canal were created, the Great Depression gave way to the New Deal, two World...
2014/09/11 20:49
2014/09/11 20:49
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American progressives share cognitive deficiencies that produce stunning examples of paramnesia. Consider: Progressives complain about miserable conditions in American inner cities while missing that...
2014/09/09 11:56
2014/09/09 11:56
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In fact I am reminded of the 1978 midterm elections. Mostly forgotten (because they were so uneventful), the example of that year may yet prove illustrative. That election was a rough one for the...
2014/09/08 17:09
2014/09/08 17:09
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What if a painting was a camera with an endless roll of film, which photographed everyone who stood in front of it? Looking at this picture, I thought: well, the last person on the roll is me. The...
2014/09/30 09:20
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