Andrew Stewart: The Public Pension Reform Scheme is Coming Your Way

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Bill Watterson: Invent Your Life’s Meaning (Comic)

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Richard D. Wolff: GLOBAL CAPITALISM- MONTHLY ECONOMIC UPDATE

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  • Episode 64: “Afghanistan Papers:” Bi-Partisan Deceit, Lies, And War Profiteering January 25, 2020
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  • PG&E: Monopoly Power and Disasters by the Rich 1% January 22, 2020
    By Peter Phillips and Tim Ogburn [Reposting of this article is permissible, but only if linked back to the original source here] The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has… The post PG&E: Monopoly Power and Disasters by the Rich 1% appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • PG&E Monopoly Controlled by the 1%: A perfect storm of environmental destruction and the transfer of public utility wealth from California’s 99% to the Global Rich January 22, 2020
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  • Andy Worthington and Kristina Borjesson Return January 21, 2020
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  • Episode 63 – The Global Crisis of Child Labor Exploitation January 17, 2020
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  • Episode 62 – Deep State?: The Historic Findings of the Inspector General’s 2016 Report on FBI Investigation in Trump’s Campaign January 11, 2020
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  • Episode 61 – A History of Food Stamps….and their cuts January 5, 2020
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  • Episode 60 – Regulating the Internet: From Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act to CA’s 2020 Privacy Protection Law December 30, 2019
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  • Chilean uprising the legacy of dashed hopes and bitter defeat January 28, 2020
    Santiago high school students were the spark.  Rejecting a fare hike, they jumped over subway toll barriers on October 18, 2019. Students filled the streets. Police action led to injuries and arrests. Some 1.2 million people occupied Plaza Italia in Santiago a week later. After three months, on January 18, Santiago marchers arriving from three […]
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  • Interviews with New Hampshire voters show Bernie, Biden the favorites January 28, 2020
    MANCHESTER, N.H.—With two weeks to go before the key New Hampshire primary, there’s at least one certain point you can make about the Democratic presidential nomination race here: Bernie Sanders is the favorite among younger voters, Joe Biden is the favorite among older ones. But that goes only for the people who have made up […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Trump team conducts Theatre of the Absurd in the Capitol January 28, 2020
    Donald Trump’s legal team is shifting its defense of the president to an argument that even if he is guilty of everything charged in the articles of impeachment he, and no president for that matter, can be removed for either abuse of power or obstruction of Congress. TV defense lawyer, Alan Dershowitz, got up before […]
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  • Asela de los Santos Tamayo – 1929-2020 January 28, 2020
    SANTIAGO DE CUBA–Un legado impresionante de patriotismo y firmeza en la lucha, que abrazó tempranamente al lado de Vilma Espín y Frank País, y que continuó fielmente en su incansable aporte a la obra revolucionaria de Fidel y Raúl, acaba de sellar en su despedida este 23 de enero, Asela de los Santos Tamayo. Su […]
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  • A Sam Shepard double bill, a hilarious send-up of film conventions January 28, 2020
    LOS ANGELES—To commemorate and celebrate the auspicious 50th anniversary of the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble’s founding, this venerable mainstay of L.A.’s live stage scene is presenting the “Circa ’69” season, with revivals “of significant and adventurous plays that premiered around the time of the Odyssey’s 1969 inception,” according to the company. A Sam Shepard double-header currently […]
    Ed Rampell
  • Interim Bolivian president Añez calls Indigenous citizens “savages” January 28, 2020
    The outlaw Bolivian president Jeanine Añez has announced that new elections in the country will be held on May 3, 2020. And just prior to that, it was disclosed that Añez called on Bolivians to prevent the return of “savages” to power, referring to Evo Morales, the country’s first Indigenous president. According to a Jan. 6 […]
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  • Trump Ag Dept. wants to restore fatty foods to school cafeteria meals January 28, 2020
    WASHINGTON—Donald Trump wants to make your kids fat. And that should upset parents. It upsets pediatricians and groups that monitor—and worry about—food and nutrition for everyone, even as Trump’s plan increases the market for hamburger chains, pizza manufacturers, sugary soft-drink sellers, and similar special interests. Using the excuse of giving school meal officials “more flexibility” […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Bolton’s bombshell explodes main Trump defense argument in Senate January 27, 2020
    A bombshell news report that emerged last night is game over for President Trump – at least as far as facts are concerned. What Republican senators trying him now for high crimes and misdemeanors do about it, however, is an entirely different matter. The explosion that has rocked the Senate trial went off when the […]
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  • “Respect for Graduate Student Workers Act” introduced in House and Senate January 27, 2020
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—The Harvard Graduate Student Union-UAW, which is in the midst of contentious contract negotiations, puts the situation faced by its members in stark perspective: “Harvard University, which has a $41 billion endowment, admits that many students and student workers here are food insecure. But instead of agreeing to fair compensation in a union contract, […]
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  • ‘The Last Ship’ is a stunning masterpiece of working-class musical theatre January 27, 2020
    LOS ANGELES—Performances of The Last Ship, a big Broadway musical by and starring Sting (seen opening night Jan. 22) have begun at the Ahmanson Theatre at The Music Center in downtown L.A. “Look at us: Are we not beautiful?” sing the cast of proud British shipyard workers and their community of Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne […]
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