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A New, Progressive Form of Federalism Is Spreading With the GOP in Control

To derail Donald Trump’s domestic agenda, the left is bolstering the autonomy of states and cities to protect minorities, the poor, the undocumented and our ecosystems.

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Donald Trump’s Presidential Victory Sparks Nationwide Protests

As Americans took in the news that Trump will be the nation’s 45th president, many of them apparently decided not to take it sitting down.

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Bernie Sanders’ Camp Complains to DNC Over Hillary Clinton’s Fundraising

The Bernie 2016 campaign believes Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee may have violated campaign fundraising rules and asked DNC head Debbie Wasserman Schultz to stop the activities.

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Sanders Campaign Blasts $350K Clinton Fundraiser With the Clooneys as ‘Obscene’

“Most of us can agree that is an obscene amount of money,” Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver said Friday.

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6.0 Quake Causes Injuries and Damage in Northern California (Updated)

Dozens of people were injured and many buildings extensively damaged in Napa, Calif., early Sunday in the largest earthquake to hit the Bay Area in 25 years.

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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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Protest’s Tone Changes Overnight in Oakland

The day started with a general strike in Oakland, Calif., and by sundown the Occupy movement had scored a symbolic and practical victory in peacefully closing down the busy Port of Oakland. But around midnight and early into Thursday morning, protesters and riot police were clashing at the main encampment by City Hall. What changed? (more)

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A Special City Loses Its Voice

The death of the Oakland Tribune symbolizes the contempt that newspaper publishers feel toward the communities they purportedly serve.

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BART Cop Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter

The Los Angeles jury hearing the case of the BART cop who killed an unarmed Oakland man on New Year’s Day 2009 went with the least serious of three possible charges, convicting the former officer of involuntary manslaughter. He faces two to four years in prison.

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Californians Heckle Karl Rove Into Submission

Activists from Code Pink hounded Karl Rove off stage at a Beverly Hills event Monday. Ol’ Turd Blossom could be headed for more rough treatment as he takes his roadshow north.

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‘A Bomb in Every Issue’

A new book on Ramparts Magazine, “A Bomb in Every Issue,” marks the significant contribution of the alternative San Francisco-based publication that gave a viable and legitimate voice to 1960s radicalism. Check out the NYT’s review of it here.

Posted on Oct 9, 2009 READ MORE


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Fighting Crime by Reforming Juvenile Hall

This week on the podcast: Sheerly Avni and Omar Turcios from The Beat Within, a magazine written by and for the troubled kids in juvenile prisons. Such facilities could be “recruiting grounds for crime fighting,” argues Avni, and that’s in our self-interest. “If you want to stop crime—very simple. You look at a bunch of 5-year-old kids in the ghetto. Ask yourself: ‘Do I want them to be criminals or not in 10 years? What’s that going to do to the value of my home?’ ”

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Fighting Crime by Reforming Juvenile Hall

This week on the podcast: Sheerly Avni and Omar Turcios from The Beat Within, a magazine written by and for the troubled kids in juvenile prisons. Such facilities could be “recruiting grounds for crime fighting,” argues Avni, and that’s in our self-interest.

Posted on Jun 2, 2009 READ MORE


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