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Carrington Morris
Activist, food enthusiast, Managing Editor .
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Edible Brooklyn Feb 8
This weekend, tackle this recipe for Kale, Fennel and Noodle Soup from ’s new cookbook, Zaitoun:
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Carrington Morris Feb 14
"For a foreign policy that seriously confronts the climate crisis, our villains are the world’s self-dealing oligarchs and the governments that abet them."
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Karl Mathiesen Feb 14
In UK politics this week: o meets advisor to talks GND o hosts meeting where broad principles are drawn up o launches national call for evidence o 2 camps emerge as Lab insiders raise concerns about union climate cred
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Eric Holthaus Feb 13
This is an incredibly important piece by . The theme here is clear: At this point, the only serious climate policies left are radical departures from the status quo. That's where we are. That's where we need to go.
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Rep. Ro Khanna Feb 14
Now, any member of Congress can have the confidence that they can introduce a war powers resolution and force a vote on matters of war and peace. This is a critical check on executive power going forward in future foreign conflicts.
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Dictionary.com Feb 12
They has been in use as a singular pronoun since the 1300s. Among its best known users in history: Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Jane Austen.
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Sean Patrick Maloney Feb 11
Replying to @Liz_Cheney @IlhanMN
This from the person who opposes her own sister’s right to marry and thinks Trail of Tears jokes from the President are just fine. Spare me.
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Zephyr Teachout Feb 11
The biggest of 2020 is any candidate for President who doesn't immediately call to break up Bayer (formerly Monsanto) and hold investigations on Driscoll, John Deere, etc and the threatment of food chain workers.
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Damian Carrington Feb 10
Plummeting insect numbers threaten 'catastrophic collapse of nature', finds first global review - rate of extinction is 8x faster than for vertebrates - data suggest they could vanish within a century Exclusive, by me
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Cynthia Nixon Feb 8
What is "governmental malpractice" Gov Cuomo is making a backroom deal to give the world's richest man $3 billion dollars and a helipad to create non-union jobs that local residents will never get hired for anyway.
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Alexander Kaufman Feb 8
When I asked the IPCC authors in October whether a "market solution" could keep warming within 1.5 degrees C, they literally laughed.
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Stephen Wertheim Feb 6
Replying to @jacobinmag
There's Aziz Rana connecting social democracy and anti-imperialism in :
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James Corden Feb 7
Oh my god. This is just sensational. Please watch and retweet.
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Daniel Denvir Feb 5
Yes! This new ⁦⁩ series on the Green New Deal edited by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ and Thea Riofrancos on how the left must fight for a radical GND alongside ⁦⁩ and her allies in Congress!
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Frank Pasquale Feb 4
The "don't worry, it's all anonymized" talking point is officially a canard: "Google could now, if it wished to, build a complete portrait of a user by name, based on everything they write in email, every website they visit and the searches they conduct."
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Danny Postel Feb 4
Is your member of Congress a co-sponsor of H.J.Res.37, the resolution to stop the criminal US-Saudi-Emirati military assault on Yemen? Check here: If they're NOT among the co-sponsors please call 1-833-STOP-WAR & urge them to co-sponsor H.J.Res.37 TODAY!
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Alec MacGillis Feb 2
Actual language from the State of Massachusetts' lawsuit against Purdue Pharma: “Eight people in a single family made the choices that caused much of the opioid epidemic." Stunning.
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The New Food Economy Jan 31
The agriculture industry is pouring millions into funding for public universities. Academics across the country say that this is influencing their research. Read our investigation, published in partnership with :
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Lela Nargi Jan 24
20% of CUNY students are food insecure—often because tuition, transportation, and book costs cut into their budgets. Researchers are looking into ways to change that. My latest for
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Barbara Ehrenreich Jan 30
Brazil’s Bolsonaro announces plan to open up the “unproductive” Amazon region to agribusiness. So this is the elite strategy for the End Times: Loot, plunder, and squeeze out every last drop of profit from this poor depleted planet while there’s still time. Or until we stop them.
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