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08.11 DeVos Ends Obama-Era Safeguards Aimed at Abuses by For-Profit Colleges [an Administration that's consistent in its predatorial immorality—helping the rich by hurting the poor and uninformed]

08.11 'Disaster Capitalism Strikes Again!': Puerto Rico's High Court Gives Green Light to Charter Schools, Vouchers [Drinking Betsy DeVos' poisoned Kool Aid]

Letters

Ref. : Letters to the editor

Health Care & Environment

08.14 As America Burns From Climate Change, Trump Officials Attend Denial Conference to Discuss Why Climate Change is Fake [stunningly stupid—killing everything to maximize fossil asset profits]

08.13  Sweltering cities  Halfway to boiling: the city at 50C

08.11 Toxic Corruption: The Chemical Industry Keeps Pulling EPA's Strings

08.11 'It's heartbreaking': Killer whale continues carrying dead calf for 'unprecedented' length of mourning [extinctions like this can be minimized if humans try...]

08.10 Banning Single-Use Plastics: Can Armenia Take Out the Trash for Good?

08.10 'Major Victory for Public Health': Court Orders Trump EPA to Ban Pesticide That Harms Kids' Brains

08.10 Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand will ban plastic bags

08.09 Solar With Storage Surges as Gas Falls

08.09 Why We Need More Women Involved in Creating Environmental Policy

08.08 Medicare for All Makes A Lot of Sense [greed trumps morality, so far...]

News Media Matters

08.13 More than 100 US newspapers plan editorials decrying Trump media attacks [do Trump's childish opinions define Truth?]

08.10 The White Nationalists Are Winning

Daily: FAIR Blog
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US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

08.14 How the House Judiciary Committee’s Makeup Will Shape Impeachment

08.14 Public Sector Workers Should Have the Right to Strike

08.14 A Change Is Gonna Come': Poll Shows Democratic Voters Like Socialism More Than Capitalism

08.12 Conservatives call for constitutional intervention last seen 230 years ago [wackos want ‘freedom’]

08.11 Confused By Emoluments? The Founding Fathers Would Have Impeached Trump in a New York Minute [Intents purposely written into “living documents” by the Founding Fathers should not be destroyed by literal strictures demanded by present-day Federalist Society judges]

08.11 The Left Is Just Getting Started

08.11 'Absolute Failure': DNC Passes Perez Resolution Reversing Ban on Donations From Fossil Fuel PACs [its amazing so many are tone-deaf/blind on these issues]

Justice Matters
High Crimes?

08.10 'Can You Imagine Living Like This?' Pregnant Woman and Toddler Among Those Killed in Israel's Latest Vicious Assault on Gaza

08.10 'We Just Bombed a SCHOOL BUS': Outrage After US-Backed Saudi Coalition Slaughters Children in Yemen

Economics, Crony Capitalism

08.12 Why Public Banks Are Suddenly Popular

08.10 Buried in the Fine Print, Trump Rule Would Give $2.5 Billion Tax Cut to Big Bank Fat Cats

08.09 Rick Gates Delivers a Public Lesson on Money Laundering and Political Corruption

International & Futurism

08.14 Israel, This Is Not Who We Are

08.13 Turkish lira crisis: central bank action fails to quell contagion fears

08.10 'A devastating scenario': Brazil sets new record for homicides at 63,880 deaths

08.09 The Guardian view on Saudi Arabia: time to back Canada

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