Category Archives: Genocide

Moving the Mexican Border

NEWS DESK SEPTEMBER 20, 2014 Moving the Mexican Border BY PAUL KRAMER “The Mexican Border” is not a fixed landmark, we learn. Historically, none of our borders are made up of any more than myth. Rivers and lakes appear and … Continue reading

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Able Peter Orszag Opines: Employers should take care of disabled

By Olivia LaRosa, September 5, 2014 (Updated from 2010) Dear Peter Orszag, I hope you never become disabled, without assets due to your disability, and unable to receive disability income. Your prescription for making disability “work” is completely wrongheaded. The … Continue reading

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Joe Stiglitz: The People Who Break the Rules Have Raked in Huge Profits and Wealth and It’s Sickening Our Politics

Joseph Stiglitz is a Nobel Laureate in Economics and a former World Bank executive. He has seen these tactics, strategies and policies in action at the highest level.  He is a brave man to reveal what he learned, which looks … Continue reading

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Book Review: Challenging U.S. Human Rights Violations Since 911

Challenging U.S. Human Rights Violations Since 911 Edited by Ann Fagan GingerNY, Prometheus Books, 2005524 pages, $24 Order at the Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute website, www.mcli.org, or ask your bookseller to carry the book. Want to help your city report … Continue reading

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