Archive for January 12, 2014


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Forever Temp?
Once a bastion of good jobs, manufacturing has gone gaga for temps.
By Sarah Jaffe

A Brief History of Anarchism
The struggle for the common good has a long past.
By Noam Chomsky

‘Sorry’ Not Good Enough for Chicago Torture Survivors
Rahm Emanuel needs to put his money where his mouth is.
By G. Flint Taylor and Joey L. Mogul

The Roots of the Tea Party
How conservatives came to dominate U.S. politics.
By Melvyn Dubofsky

Republicans (Still) Have a ‘Female Problem’
In the 2014 midterms, women will be the battleground. And one party has a leg up.
By Ruth Rosen

COMMENTARY

Weed Is Legal And Nobody Died
Washington’s fears of reefer madness haven’t come to pass in Colorado.
By David Sirota

WORKING IN THESE TIMES

Employees at Koch-Owned Georgia-Pacific Can Now Tweet About Work Without Fear
A new decree by the NLRB will allow employees of a Koch brothers owned company to post freely about their jobs to Facebook or Instagram without fear of retribution.
By Mike Elk

THE PRISON COMPLEX

Study funded by private prison dollars praises private prisons; no comment, says public university
A none-too-surprising finding.
By Matt Stroud

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“My wife sometimes says, ‘I don’t think that person likes you.’ And I say, ‘How could they not like me? What are you talking about?’ And she says, ‘I think you’re missing the social signals.’

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…Christopher Whyne???

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