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Glassholes and Glasswipes

The nerds have come full circle, shedding their recently acquired soft fuzzy status as lovable underdogs to once again be reviled.

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The Racists Among Us

Let’s not pretend that deadbeat rancher Cliven Bundy and basketball team owner Donald Sterling are the last two racists in America. They have company.

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The Gun Supremacists’ Folly

Have we gone stark raving mad? The question is brought to mind by the new gun law signed last week in Georgia by Gov. Nathan Deal.

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The Road From Abu Ghraib

As the White House, the CIA, and various senators still battle over the release of a summary of a 6,300-page report by the Senate Intelligence Committee on Bush-era torture policies, it’s worth considering, on the 10th anniversary of Abu Ghraib, the strange journey we’ve taken, and wondering just where we as a nation mired in the legacy of torture might be headed.

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Flat Denial Rejects ‘Very Likely’ Science

Mounting scientific evidence that natural causes cannot explain climate change continues to meet unyielding resistance from those who do not accept the facts.

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A Widening War: Iraq Intervenes in Syria With Helicopter Gunships

For the first time, Iraqi helicopter gunships have crossed the border to hit a target inside Syria.

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Egyptian Youth Protest Against Anti-Protest Law a Month Before Elections

Hundreds of leftist and secular youth demonstrated Saturday against Egypt’s draconian law forbidding demonstrations, demanding the release of revolutionary activists jailed under it.

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The Crime of Peaceful Protest

Cecily McMillan—facing the possibility of seven years in prison for elbowing a plainclothes policeman in Zuccotti Park—is the latest victim of a cloaked offensive to destroy activist leaders.

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Coffee Is on a High

There’s concern in the international markets over what’s happening to coffee production, under attack by drought, disease and rising temperatures.

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Why I Am a Conscientious Objector to the Affordable Care Act

I can’t in good conscience give money to the health insurance industry that I am fighting to eliminate. And I can’t in good conscience pay a tax penalty that will be given to that industry.

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