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Art Review: Ai Weiwei’s ‘According to What’ on North American Tour

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The dissident artist's work now on tour in the U.S. and Canada includes some of the art that landed him in 11 months of home detention and resulted in the revocation of his passport. Read More »

GMOs and Ag-Gag Laws: America’s Government-Protected Poison

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A long, long list of Monsanto people have moved into the federal government and vice versa. It's no surprise the government isn't protecting us. Read More »

Hey Congress, Small Business Owners Are People Too!

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Most small business owners are still subject to predatory pre-recession credit tactics. Passing the Small Business Credit Card Act of 2013 would be a step in the right direction. Read More »

And the Band Plays On

Obama Climate Change Sppech June 2013 Scaled 300

So. It seems that our semi-illustrious president has once again succumbed to the temptation to appear before America’s voters in order to spread his own unmistakeable concoction of snake oil liberally sprinkled (as always) with half-truths, ignorance and outright lies. In yet another attempt to hornswoggle the nation’s voters into buying into one more of his half-baked, ill thought out ... Read More »

After SCOTUS Ruling, Congress Must Consider Revising 1965 Voting Rights Act

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Congress needs to amend the 1965 Voting Rights Act to clarify when the Justice Department should intervene in states' election processes. Read More »

The Party’s Over

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The Republican Party is dissolving before our eyes. Read More »

Americans and Chinese Vie to Do Business in Africa

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Three reasons why African interests are more closely allied to the United States than to China. Read More »

In Berlin, Obama Calls for Arms Reduction

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In liberal garb, Obama has revived his vision of a world free of nuclear weapons. Is this a wise posture at this moment in history? Read More »

Congress Seeks, Russia Refuses No-Fly Over Syria

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If Russia forbids a no-fly zone over Syria, and the American Congress insists upon it, it could be the worst setback in U.S.-Russian relations in several decades. Read More »

The Anarchist’s Dilemma, an Interlude: One Size Doesn’t Fit All!

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Can there be such a thing as a comprehensive revolutionary theory, a universal theory of revolutions that would be good for all times and for all seasons? Read More »