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Americans Living in Poverty

January 7, 2014
Glen Ford: 50th years after the launch of the War on Poverty, Democrats and Republicans still refuse to address the systemic causes driving poverty in the US today

India

November 18, 2013
Historic conflict remains a dangerous source of tension between nuclear armed neighbors India and Pakistan

Former IAEA inspector Robert Kelley on the IAEA and Iran

November 11, 2013
Robert Kelley: Iran could be more transparent but it has already been quite upfront. IAEA should be more transparent about the sources of its information especially when they present it as fact.

Protesters Hit Baltimore Streets for Universal Healthcare

October 27, 2013

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Past is present in Latin America

October 3, 2013
As the Supreme Court of Brazil orders a retrial of convicted PT politicians, Joao Pedro Stedile, Leader of the Landless Rural Workers Movement, says the mass movement must become capable of setting the political agenda

Obama's "empire"

September 26, 2013
Ajamu Baraka: The term American exceptionalism is a pass for the US to bypass international law and continue with its global ambitions

Reality Asserts Itself - Chris Hedges

July 19, 2013
Pt 4 of 7. On Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay asks Chris Hedges if the American Left bears responsibility for the weakness of the mass movement; Hedges says the gravest mistake of the left is not articulating a viable vision of socialism

Democrat’s Vision for Economy is GOP-Lite

May 1, 2013

Jeff Faux: Obama attitude towards debt and austerity policies accepts the same underlying assumptions as the Republicans

“Manufacturing Consent” 25 Years Later

March 28, 2013

Edward S. Herman (co-author with Noam Chomsky of “Manufacturing Consent’): All the problems of the propaganda media model we talked about in the book have grown worse; new media like Real News show potential but need funding for more investigative journalism

Obama: Rhetoric or New Direction?

January 22, 2013
John Nichols: The President is not a progressive, but speech promises a more reformist stand