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White Youth Corps Against Bigotry

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There need to be regiments of young white people coalescing into squadrons of anti-racism reformers to modernize and re-educate white racists. Read More »

Book Review: The Tourist Killer by FC Etier

An unusual sniper takes us on a interesting ride in this first novel. Read More »

Book Review: Why It Is Kicking Off Everywhere by Paul Mason

A colourful, thoughtful History 1.3 version of this turbulent, unfinished period. Read More »

Occupying the New Year: The Power of Populism and the Path to Reason

Can both the Occupy and Tea Party movements teach us something about civility and bipartisanship? Read More »

On The Paulestinian Frontier: The Upside of Iowa’s Looming Meltdown

Ron Paul is rising in Iowa, but what can the revolution in Libya teach us about him and the GOP? Read More »

Middle America Tunes Into the OWS Movement

He's more likely to joke about farts than the Fed, but famed radio host Mike O'Meara proudly defends OWS. Read More »

Walking Into Washington, Protesters Will Be Marching Occupy Into The Future

When Occupy protesters enter Washington on Tuesday, they'll be marching the movement into a new political future. Read More »

The Political Issue Uniquely Suited to the Occupy Movement

A political issue has come along that is as big as Occupy itself; one that is at the core of what animates the movement, and itself would rely on the kind of geographically dispersed support that Occupy represents. Read More »

The Demands of Occupy Wall Street Are Clear

The protesters' agenda is pretty broad, and that alone ought to say something about the overreach of corporate influence in our society. Read More »