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Chris Christie isn't the moderate Republican he would like the public to think he is, but rather a union-busting bully with the corporate agenda in mind.
The right has orchestrated a massive public relations campaign to discredit climate science and now a good number of Americans don't believe global warming is really happening.
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With the killing of Awlaki, the president of the United States became judge, jury and executioner for American citizens.
Anne Elizabeth Moore argues that if the international business community can’t support the workers in Cambodia’s garment sector, maybe young women around the world can.
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Jeremy Scahill says secret documents reveal Blackwater's relationships with multinational corporations like Monsanto and Chevron, as well as to foreign governments.
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