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Yesterday 4:48 pm
Mad Men: Trump May Be the Perfect Vehicle for Kissinger’s Philosophy
The elder statesman has always insisted on the importance of unpredictability, even irrationality, in diplomacy.
Yesterday 4:11 pm
Democrats Should Fight All of Trump’s Nominees. Yes, All of Them.
He’s betrayed his working-class supporters by naming a cabinet of millionaire and billionaire insiders.
Yesterday 2:57 pm
Trump’s Pick to Lead the EPA Built His Career on Attacking the EPA
The nomination of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to direct environmental policy means fossil-fuel interests will have their man in Washington.
Yesterday 1:50 pm
Donald Trump Is Just Another Handmaiden to Capital
If you look past his tweets, Trump’s been remarkably consistent in promising to gut regulations and cut taxes.
Yesterday 12:33 pm
This City Just Came Up With a Novel Way to Fight Inequality: Taxing Corporations With Extreme Pay Gaps
Portland, Oregon, has just adopted the first tax penalty on corporations that pay their CEOs more than 100 times what they pay typical workers.
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Yesterday 11:04 am
Chuck Jones Is a Better President Than Donald Trump Will Ever Be
Trump is attacking a steelworkers union leader for calling out Trump’s lies.
Yesterday 10:07 am
President Obama Can Help Prevent Torture From Making a Comeback
We need to know the whole truth about the Bush administration’s torture program.
Yesterday 10:00 am
Naomi Klein, Rebecca Solnit, and Zack Exley: How Organizing Can Still Win
Naomi Klein at Standing Rock, Rebecca Solnit on the power of protest, and Zack Exley on a Brand New Congress.
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Yesterday 9:00 am
All TV Will Be Trump TV
When Donald Trump permeates the news media, more than he already does, will TV news forget even more of its adversarial role?
Yesterday 7:00 am
Obama’s Civil Rights Legacy—and Ours
Today’s turmoil in race relations may be a testament to the progress his administration made.