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Rationalizing Lunacy: The Intellectual as Servant of the State

Let me propose an experiment: Put our policy intellectuals on furlough. Not permanently—just until the last of the winter snow finally melts in New England. Let’s see if we are able to make do without them for a month or two.

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Why Aren’t Americans Feeling the U.S. Economy’s Improvements?

The U.S. economy is picking up steam, but most Americans aren’t feeling it. By contrast, most European economies are still in bad shape, but most Europeans are doing relatively well. What’s behind this?

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The Whoredom of the Left

If we accept prostitution as legal, we will take one more collective step toward the global plantation being constructed by our corporate pimps.

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Will Liberals and Conservatives Unite to Defeat Fast Track and the TPP?

A proposal to give President Obama the power to sign two international trade deals without congressional oversight has commentators on the left and right fuming.

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Technology Does Not Guarantee Transparency

In theory, the changeover from paper to email should make government more transparent. But two New York politicos are showing that the era of Big Data does not necessarily mean the public gets a better view of its government.

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Prices Fail to Reflect Fossil Fuels’ Real Costs

The price that consumers pay for fossil fuels is appreciably lower than the true cost to society, U.S. researchers say. However, solar power and wind power are much cheaper than they might seem.

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Truthdigger of the Week: Rabbi Michael Lerner

The progressive American Jewish leader has responded forcefully to Netanyahu’s right-wing vitriol against Iran by calling for peace and mutual respect among nations.

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Anti-Putin Politician’s Murder Lays Russian Realities Bare

The public assassination of one of Moscow’s leading critics, just feet from the walls of the Kremlin, is a blow to the liberal opposition but, paradoxically, also shows that there are still remnants of political pluralism.

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Greece Can’t Do It Alone: Austerity Victims of the World, Unite!

For the anti-austerity struggle in Greece and elsewhere to become effective and sustainable, it must be raised from the national level to the international level.

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Urgent Campaign Aims to Curb Pollutants’ Deadly Effects

Carbon dioxide is public enemy No. 1 in the fight against climate change, but other pollution is having a big impact—and causing millions of premature deaths.

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