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‘Soldiers, take power into your own hands!’

Russian soldiers in 1917Saturday, March 25, 2017One hundred years ago, on March 14, 1917 (March 1 according to the Julian calendar then in use in Russia), the S...   [ continue reading...]

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Injustice is the foundation of the new Turkish state

With the media focusing on Erdogan’s April referendum, it is easy to lose sight of, or cover up, the tensio...   [ continue reading...]

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Heritage Foundation Alum Critical of Transgender Rights to Lead HHS Civil Rights Office

by Charles Ornstein The Trump administration has quietly appointed a Heritage Foundation staffer who ha...   [ continue reading...]

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Nunes (Kind of) Confesses He Went Off Half-Cocked

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the now-famous (for the wrong reasons) chair of the House intelligence committee, held another weird press conference Friday morni...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Is Dark Money Spending so Much on Neil Gorsuch?

We'll likely never know, but the maximally conservative record of the Supreme Court nominee provides some answers. Journalist Jake Whitney talks with law profes...   [ continue reading...]

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Dramatic Shift in UK Government Outlook for Gas and Clean Energy

The future UK electricity mix will have more renewables, batteries and interconnectors than expected, according to long-awaited new government projections. The...   [ continue reading...]

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From the ‘Nation of Poets’ to Trump’s America, One Somali-Born Writer Is Giving Refugees a Voice

Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer interviews author Boyah J. Farah about the president’s “tribal rhetoric,” and how Farah uses nonfiction...   [ continue reading...]

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The Age of Mass Unemployment Is Nigh, and That’s Not the Worst of It

Historian Yuval Noah Harari argues that no job is safe from robots. So will the tech revolution spell the end of democracy as we know it?   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s Proposed Budget Would Spell Disaster for Low-income Communities

While the Trump administration says it wants to help low-income Americans, it just put forth a budget that puts wealthy Americans first, Chuck Collins told Risi...   [ continue reading...]

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Attorney for "Frozen Trucker": Neil Gorsuch May Have Been Most Hostile Judge I've Ever Encountered

As confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch wrap up and Senate Democrats vow to filibuster his nomination, we look at Gorsuch's ruling in a...   [ continue reading...]

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What Is Sex For?

By Robert Jensen In his new book “The End of Patriarchy,” Robert Jensen says sex plays a variety of roles, but a just society doesn’t include...   [ continue reading...]

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Exploring Ecstatic Grief and ‘The Poison of Love’ With K.R. Meera

In The Poison of Love, K.R. Meera seems to symmetrise political, religious and domestic violence as equally inscriptive on the body of the woman. The post Explo...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Bidhar’ and the Madmen of Literature

Bidhar tracks the life of a movement, and ends up concluding with the futility of idealism and the failure of counterculture. The post ‘Bidhar’ and...   [ continue reading...]

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Donald Trump’s Rise Has Coincided With an Explosion of Hate Groups

Michelle ChenThe president’s rhetoric should sound familiar to anyone who lived through the 1990s paramilitary-style “Patriot” movements.   [ continue reading...]

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The Truth Behind the War on Immigrants

Historian Gerald Horne explains how the demonization of immigrants are designed to divide the working class and prevent white and non-white workers from acting...   [ continue reading...]

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Censor Board Deletes ‘Mann Ki Baat’ From Film Dialogue Because It Is the PM’s Show Title

According to director Dakxin Chhara, Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani told him, "PM ka radio show hai, delete the line." The post Censor Board Deletes ‘...   [ continue reading...]

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Can Social Media, Loud and Inclusive, Fix World Politics?

Can social media create opportunities to identify and challenge government pitfalls and problematic policies? The post Can Social Media, Loud and Inclusive, Fix...   [ continue reading...]

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White House Ethics Loophole for Ivanka 'Doesn't Work,' Say Watchdogs

Nika Knight, staff writerIvanka Trump's bizarre new White House role that grants her a West Wing office and security clearance, but no official title or salary,...   [ continue reading...]

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The new taboo: terrorism and its causes

As the media blizzard around the Westminster attacks begins to recede, Chris Nineham looks to some home truths   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s Ryancare Bet Backfires—Now What?

The current kerfuffle among Republicans trying to reverse the ACA’s gains reveals that many Americans actually like having health care.   [ continue reading...]

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