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Carrington Morris
Activist, food enthusiast, Managing Editor .
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Matt Stoller 22h
“[T]he time had come to learn what wasn’t on the page and get an education in the real world. Which is why I went to McKinsey.” - Note McKinsey is pillaging Puerto Rico.
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Civil Eats 22h
Today on speaks with environmental scientist and ecologist Francisco Sánchez-Bayo about his new research on global insect decline and the under-reported connection to agriculture.
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alicia kennedy Apr 16
In February, sent me to Puerto Rico to talk to folks about the food and agricultural reality of the archipelago. Here's the three-part series, available in English and Spanish, with photography by Mariangel Catalina Gonzales.
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Eric Holthaus Apr 16
I'm not going to stop saying this: Centrism in the year 2019 is tantamount to climate denial. People are DYING and on our current path we're locking in irreversible change for thousands of years. Radical change is the only way to build a better world that works for everyone.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Apr 16
If by “destabilize,” he means “disrupt for-profit insulin schemes bc the discovering scientist freely gave away the patent bc he didn’t want us to price-gouge life saving medicines,” then yes. (PS: is ’s bill, not mine - and am I proud to cosponsor it!)
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Mahogany, MBA Apr 16
THE MAJOR PROBLEM W/ 1,000 HOUSES IN 1,000 DAYS PROJECT: the majority of derelict properties were owned by South Bend’s low-income, black & Latino residents. Some had inherited old homes from relatives. There more than $500,000 in fines. 1,200 homes had been fixed up or torn down
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Luke Savage Apr 16
Anyone But Bernie, a dictionary: Party Unity = Powerful Dems plotting privately to undermine frontrunner Divisiveness = Sanders or his supporters responding in any way, shape, or form Sanders-led conspiracy = One article about Beto's voting record Party loyalists = Big donors
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Alex Kane Apr 15
In her most expansive comments on Palestine to date, : -Calls Netanyahu "Trump-like" -Says U.S. aid cuts to Israel should be discussed -Comes out in support of McCollum's bill to prohibit U.S. aid from being used to detain Palestinian children
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Jeff Stein Apr 15
New public lands plan ✅ Moratorium on fossil fuel leases ✅ Acceleration of renewable energy production on public lands ✅ Free access to national parks ✅ 21st century Civilian Conservation Corps (h/t )
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Austin Frerick Apr 14
Replying to @AustinFrerick
Iowa is nearing a critical juncture. With the coming storm ahead, it can have more consolidation or it can alter course. Here's a simple idea. Transition land used for 🌽 ethanol to pasture livestock 👉 Put 🐖s back on the land. Take them out of the metal sheds/CAFOs.
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Naomi Klein Apr 14
These are the Blairites who would sooner destroy their own party than allow it to represent the working class of their country. This after Labour increased its share of votes by more than in any election since 1945. Pelosi is putting the left of her party on serious notice here.
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Nicole Rasul Apr 10
I wrote for about the Lake Erie Bill of Rights and the potential impact on the farm pollution debate: . Kudos to and for their new research on the growth of animal feeding operations in the region.
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Rashida Tlaib Apr 13
They put us in photos when they want to show our party is diverse. However, when we ask to be at the table, or speak up about issues that impact who we are, what we fight for & why we ran in the first place, we are ignored. To truly honor our diversity is to never silence us.
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Alexander Kaufman Apr 13
The editors at relaunched the 73-year-old magazine believing a vital and indisputably mainstream Jewish perspective was underserved by existing Jewish media. , and ’s coverage, unflinching from the beginning, is proof of concept.
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Alexandra Rojas Apr 13
I’ve been trying to find words for the past 13h, but I’m in utter awe of this moment in history. We are witnessing the rise of fascism in the United States, and signal Dem Party leadership is choosing to send to Trump and his supporters is we will stay silent and do nothing.
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Justice Democrats Apr 11
“There’s a 200 mph right-wing war machine coming after , , and . My question is where is the Democratic Party leadership on this? We didn’t see many comments from candidates running for President or from Nancy Pelosi or Steny Hoyer.” -
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Public Citizen Apr 11
An update on the corporate takeover of our government: An oil lobbyist runs the DOI A coal lobbyist runs the EPA A pharma exec runs HHS A Boeing exec runs DOD A billionaire Amway heiress runs DoED A private equity kingpin runs Commerce A Goldman Sachs exec runs Treasury
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Ryan Grim Apr 13
Trump incites violence against Pelosi's colleague and Pelosi...gently suggests she doesn't approve of the specific manner in which he incited the violence. Horrifying.
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Leah Greenberg Apr 12
The President is inciting violence against a Member of Congress. We ought to see every elected official- and especially every Democrat- speaking out in solidarity with .
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NowThis Apr 11
. challenged big bank CEO Jamie Dimon to pay his workers a living wage by literally showing him the math
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