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"The artists behind the Netanhayu cartoon don't do offensive work. They were fired simply because Times editors have an antipathy to editorial cartooning."
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George Kaiser has effectively gotten his hands on a billion dollars that does not belong to him and figured out a way to spend it on the things he wants.
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There are fewer than 40 editorial cartoonists with newspaper staff jobs in America, a steep decline from more than 2,000 such positions in the beginning of the 20th century.
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“If we’re in the majority and Mitch McConnell wants to block us on the kinds of things our country needs… then I’m all for getting rid of the filibuster.”
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I never thought the US government would fund attacks against journalists and analysts.
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This is part of a much bigger story that has yet to be told—the takeover of the city of Tulsa by an extremely wealthy and influential businessman.
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Yet, his own Republican Party platform endorses “the right of the US citizens of Puerto Rico to be admitted to the Union as a fully sovereign state.”
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The Nation 13h
Corporate Wolves in Academic Sheepskins, or, a Billionaire’s Raid on the University of Tulsa
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The US government paid for an online smear campaign aimed at researchers and analysts who questioned America's Iran policies.
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Suicide rates in the US have skyrocketed as both income inequality and the percent of uninsured adults continue to grow.
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Mitch McConnell Calls Puerto Rican Statehood ‘Full-Bore Socialism’
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The Nation 14h
Amid US-Cuba Tensions, Cimafunk Bridges a Cultural Divide
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Suicide Is Becoming America’s Latest Epidemic
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From universal pre-k to a $15 minimum wage to repealing Trump’s tax cut for the wealthy: here's what Democratic presidential contenders want to do about poverty.
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The Nation 16h
Take Action Now: Stop Trump’s Phony War With Iran
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Dustin Illingworth 17h
For , I wrote about Ingeborg Bachmann’s “Malina.”
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We’re not doing our due diligence in the progressive movement if we aren’t connecting climate change to the everyday concerns of voters. - on this week’s episode of with
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John Nichols 18h
It should come as no surprise that arrives with a brilliant piece on the threat to an essential form of political journalism: topical cartoons. Welcome him! Read him!
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The Nation 16h
"Finding that my own tax dollars have been used to smear me and dozens of other journalists has left me perplexed and angry."
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We worked with OppArt artist to turn her beautiful textile work, "Incantation for America," (above) into a woven throw for home, picnics, or protests (below). Learn more about this project and get yours here:
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