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‘The Russian Revolution of 1917 is rich in lessons for today’s crisis-ridden world of exploitation, oppression, and violence. The Bolsheviks have much to teach us.’ more

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Amanda Boehm-Garcia

A four-year degree will take the average borrower twenty-one years to repay. Student loan debt is the second largest consumer debt in the nation, more than what’s owed on credit cards or auto loans. more

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The students, from over 40 countries, see that the United States is just as susceptible to populist tyranny and tin-pot despotism as the nations in Africa and Central America that they fled. And they want to protect the U.S. from that happening. more

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Indivisible has emerged as the public face of citizen resistance to Trump...And they used the Tea Party playbook. more

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Katie Cooney

When the issue is hurt feelings, attempts to restrict who is allowed to say what are doomed to incoherence. more

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“Comedians can say things journalists can’t...They cut right to the chase, tell you what’s going on—and make you laugh about it.” more

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Funny he's so focused on preserving certain monuments, because otherwise the President appears dead-set on wrecking all things beautiful, with neither the hindsight nor the foreknowledge to recognize the danger in doing so. more

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So much around Trump seems to be incompetent, chaotic—we hear these words all the time—but on the economic front, it’s methodical. And because we all have our eyes fixed on the Trump show, we are not following the money nearly enough. more

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The industry is tarring public health advocates and reporters as anti-science for raising issues the public needs to understand. That should worry us all. more

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Berkman, crusader against “tolerance,” is a right-wing evangelical Christian. What’s gob smacking, is that the St. Louis Cardinals organization is giving him a platform to spew his rhetoric on its “Christian Day." more

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While we have been dedicated, for the most part, to covering on-the-ground activism since the election, we are turning our attention to the President in this issue to lay out a detailed argument for his removal. more

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Two decades ago, Rush Limbaugh and his echo chorus were all over the airwaves in the wake of Bill Clinton’s escapades, screaming that “character matters.” Now character doesn’t seem to matter at all. more

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There is one thing about which Donald Trump has been perfectly clear: There has been no collusion between his campaign and his administration and Russia. None. But this assertion is cast into question by a growing circle of Trump associates. more

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David Bacon

A growing movement is visible in the streets challenging Yakima’s old power relations. more

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In 2015, the most recent year measured, 100 percent of Millikan’s Latino and economically disadvantaged students graduated, along with 96 percent of white and 95 percent of black students. more

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