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Kasia Anderson
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Kasia Anderson is a deputy editor at Truthdig.  After graduating from Swarthmore College in 1997 with a degree in English literature and sociology, she worked as a Web journalist in San Francisco until 2000, when she swapped coasts to write for the New York Daily News as an entertainment reporter.  She has also written freelance pieces for Salon.com and the Orlando Sentinel, among other publications. In 2003, she returned to California to attend USC’s Annenberg School for Communication, from which she has earned her Master’s degree and is currently working toward her Ph.D. with a dissertation about celebrity and politics.

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Arts and Culture : Film Review


‘The Lovers and the Despot’ Film Review: The Curious Case of Kim Jong Il’s Stolen Filmmakers

Not even North Korea’s late supreme leader was immune to Hollywood’s charms. (Pictured, Choi Eun Hee, left, and Shin Sang Ok.)

Posted on Sep 23, 2016 READ MORE


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With His New Film, Greg Palast Races to Save the 2016 Election Before It’s Stolen (Video)

For the investigative journalist, the 2000 election was only the beginning, not exactly serving as a safeguard to ensure that similar trouble—and more—won’t happen again. Far from it.

Posted on Sep 21, 2016 READ MORE


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Obama Takes His Campaign 2016 Act to the United Nations With Anti-Trump Talk (Video)

For the presidential candidates of this election cycle, as well as for their surrogates and supporters, all the world’s a campaign stage.

Posted on Sep 20, 2016 READ MORE


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Politics at Emmys: Jeb Bush Joins Uber, ‘Transparent’s’ Jill Soloway Calls TV Show a ‘Revolution’

Here’s one surprising, trending catchphrase from Sunday night’s event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles: “Topple the patriarchy!”

Posted on Sep 18, 2016 READ MORE


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‘Zero Days’ Film Review: When Warfare Goes Viral, Guess Who Loses?

Compared to the era-defining new infoweapon Stuxnet, Big Brother is the stuff of child’s play.

Posted on Jul 8, 2016 READ MORE


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Democrats Can’t Unite Unless Wasserman Schultz Goes

The Democratic National Committee chair has thrown fuel on the flames of infighting just as the party faces a critical November election.

Posted on May 21, 2016 READ MORE


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‘Weiner’ Film Review: This Is What Our Democracy Looks Like

The career of Anthony Weiner (remember him?) may have imploded, but his personal and professional disasters provide the basis for what may be the most unnervingly canny treatment yet of our celebrity-mad political culture.

Posted on May 19, 2016 READ MORE


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