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A Call To Put Down Arms

Dud HendrickView as the Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS John S McCain as it is launched at Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine, September 26, 1992. (Photo: Wemitt/US Navy/Interim Archives/Getty Images)

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Dnc Chair Tom Perez Tries To Justify Failure To Prioritize Climate Crisis

Pia GallegosThe Democratic Party is foolish not to dedicate a presidential debate to this issue.  (Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr/cc)
Related topics: Debate, Flickr

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Can Donald Trump Hold Off An Economic Crash Until The Election?

Thom HartmannSpeaker of the House Paul Ryan looks on as President Donald Trump speaks about tax reform legislation in the Cabinet Room at the White House, November 2, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
Related topics: Donald Trump, White House, Paul Ryan, Taxes

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Celebrating Juneteenth With Bold New Ideas

Jessicah PierreThat divide won’t close without bold, structural reform to match the structural injustices that created it — from slavery itself to Jim Crow, red lining, and mass incarceration. (Photo: Shutterstock)

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The Staggering Frontrunner Status Of Clueless And Shameless Joe Biden

Norman SolomonDemocratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks to guests during a campaign stop at Clinton Community College on June 12, 2019 in Clinton, Iowa. The stop was part of a two-day visit to the state....
Related topics: Joe Biden

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War Begets War... And Nothing Else

Robert C. KoehlerThe absence of "we are one planet" voices at the highest levels of government guarantees that the government will pretty much always make simple, impulsive—wrong—decisions about national security. (Photo: Andrew...

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The Fake News Of D-day And The Art Of Shaping Memory

Andrew BacevichIf the purpose of Trump’s speech was to make his listeners feel good, he delivered. Yet in doing so, he also relieved them of any responsibility for thinking too deeply about the event being commemorated. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty...
Related topics: Gallup

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Congressional Interns And Congress Redirections—a Meeting

Ralph NaderInterns are spending the summer with Congress—the smallest yet most powerful branch of government in the Constitution—where some 1,500 corporations have undermined the peoples’ delegated power. (Photo: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

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Could 'deepfakes' Help Swing The 2020 Election?

John FefferJordan Peele’s deep fake version of Barack Obama, produced by BuzzFeed. (Photo: Screenshot)
Related topics: Barack Obama, Screenshots

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Aoc Is The Trump-era Hero We Need

Krystal BallAOC galvanizes young people, makes the Democratic Party feel vibrant and full of ideas and cognitive diversity—and drives the GOP to distraction. (Photo: Getty)

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Biden Is Being Biden. That’s A Risk.

Eugene RobinsonThe danger is that primary voters will come to question his ability to give Trump the electoral drubbing he deserves. (Photo: Dominick Reuter/AFP/Getty Images)
Related topics: Joe Biden

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'hardhats Vs. Hippies': How The Media Misrepresents The Debate Over The Green New Deal

Michelle ChenThere is no future in which workers are not on the frontline of climate-driven social transformation, either as survivors, or as agents of change. (Photo: By ZoranOrcik/shutterstock.com)  
Related topics: Social Media, Debate

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Forget Bernie Vs. Warren. Focus On Growing The Progressive Base And Defeating Biden.

Naomi KleinSens. Elizabeth Warren, left, and Bernie Sanders speak at the NALEO Candidate Forum in Miami, Fla., on June 21, 2019. (Photo: Joe Skipper/Getty Images)
Related topics: Joe Biden

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Here's What Neoliberal Democrats Who View Bernie Sanders As An 'existential Threat' Have Yet To...

John AtchesonJoe Biden speaking at a campaign event for Hillary Clinton at a September 27, 2016 rally at Drexel University, in Philadelphia, PA. (Photo: Bastiaan Slabbers/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Related topics: Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton

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Burning Down The Future

Chris HedgesThe Grenfell fire is a harbinger of a day when greed will rule, human life will be cheap and the rule of law will be meaningless. (Photo: Mr. Fish)

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Pete Buttigieg’s Problems Mount As His Town Hall Explodes Over Racial Tensions

FILE – In this March 27, 2015 file photo, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg speaks about the area’s opposition to the recently signed religious freedom legislation in downtown South Bend. Buttigieg has come out as gay in a newspaper...
Related topics: Religion

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Left-wing Actress Blasts Trump Administration Over Illegal Immigrant 'torture' Facilities — Using...

Left-wing actress Nancy Lee Grahn issued a damning tweet against the administration of President Donald Trump, saying it's "forcing children 2 sleep on cement floor with an aluminum blanket & lights on all night" at illegal immigrant facilities, and...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Barack Obama

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Photobucket Still Has Your Photos, And It Wants You To Come Back

When the 10-year challenge went viral earlier this year, everyone who wanted to brag about how hot they used to be had the same idea for where to find those nostalgic photos: legacy photo hosting site Photobucket, which saw a massive uptick in...

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Ayesha Curry Admits To Sending Steph ‘hundreds’ Of Spicy Photos

Ayesha Curry admits she sends husband Steph “spicy” photos to keep things fresh while he’s on the road. Ayesha was on E! News’ “Daily Pop” to talk about her new show “Family Food Fight”. She was asked...

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Florida City Pays $600,000 Bitcoin Ransom To Hackers After Ransomware Attack

The Florida City of Riviera Beach paid a $600,000 to hackers who took over its computer system in a ransomware extortion operation, paralyzing the city's operations, according to the Palm Beach Post.  Riviera Beach City Hall (photo: Melanie Bell,...
Related topics: Bitcoin

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