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Tuesday, den 3. July 2012

Nan Levinson If US troops find themselves morally injured, shouldn’t we ask: Who put them in the position to suffer such wounds in the first place?

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Wednesday, den 27. June 2012

Tom Engelhardt Graduating the Class of 2012 onto our overheated planet.

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Tuesday, den 26. June 2012

From: Laura Flanders Laura Flanders From marriage to the military, LGBTQ people have won acceptance. Now can we tackle what we should never accept

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Monday, den 25. June 2012

From: Campaign Matters Ari Melber What’s the biggest misconception about Obama’s online edge?  

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Monday, den 25. June 2012

From: Ari Melber Ari Melber What’s the biggest misconception about Obama’s online edge?

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Friday, den 22. June 2012

Sarah Posner Obama bends over backwards to accommodate faith groups. It’s time for Democrats to champion separation of church and state instead

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Friday, den 22. June 2012

Sarah Arnold Our readers sound off on the NBA Finals, the student protests in Quebec and our Islamophobia issue.

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Friday, den 22. June 2012

Jordan Smith Sentenced to die after his DNA was found on murder victim Stacy Stites, Reed insists it was proof of an illicit affair—and that her police officer fiancé is the real killer.

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Monday, den 14. May 2012

From: Greg Kaufmann Greg Kaufmann Republicans vote to protect every dollar in the defense budget, and every tax loophole for the wealthy, while gutting vital programs that help the vulnerable.

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Monday, den 14. May 2012

From: Extra Credit Diana Delgado As student debt surpasses trillion dollar mark, students express frustration with not-so bright future ahead of them.

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Monday, den 14. May 2012

From: Ilyse Hogue Ilyse Hogue The largest IPO in history serves us lessons in what it means to love your country. 

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Sunday, den 22. January 2012

Leo Robson The critic James Wolcott has been gamely fighting losing battles for most of his career.

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Sunday, den 22. January 2012

Joseph P. Viteritti John Lindsay’s New York—and what it can teach us about neglected urban problems.

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Sunday, den 22. January 2012

From: John Nichols John Nichols Speaker Gingrich condemned Bill Clinton’s hijinks; at last night’s debate, candidate Gingrich preached moral values. He’s a hypocrite. But hyprocisy sells.

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Sunday, den 22. January 2012

From: Katie Halper Katie Halper

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Thursday, den 19. January 2012

From: Ben Adler Ben Adler Faith, morality and “family values” are back now that the Republican primary has moved south. 

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Sunday, den 15. January 2012

Tom Engelhardt A military-first policy on a destabilizing planet.

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Sunday, den 15. January 2012

From: Katie Halper Katie Halper Outing Newt and Mitt’s black fathers, praying for Obama’s death and “stomping” transgender people.

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Thursday, den 12. January 2012

From: John Nichols John Nichols Facing a recall threat, Wisconsin’s governor is aggressively raising money… in Austin. With a $250,000 check from the guy who funded “Swift Boat” ads, and more from Rick Perry’s inner circle, Walker’s trolling in Texas.

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Saturday, den 7. January 2012

Sara Marcus A critic of pop’s retro turn can’t shake his own strain of pop nostalgia.

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Saturday, den 7. January 2012

Jan Kavan Vaclav Havel was undoubtedly one of the greatest Europeans of our generation, a man, who fully deserves the unquestionable respect both of his country and the world.

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Saturday, den 7. January 2012

From: John Nichols John Nichols Two debates this weekend in New Hampshire will see some ugliness. It begins with Newt Gingrich’s stalking of Mitt Romney. But it is likely to get even uglier when Gingrich clashes with Ron Paul.

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Sunday, den 1. January 2012

From: Dave Zirin Dave Zirin Unless we boycott sham amateurism and indentured servitude masquerading as sport, we will never reclaim sports.

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Saturday, den 31. December 2011

From: John Nichols John Nichols Determined to amend the Constitution to ban same-sex marriage and overturn Roe v. Wade , Santorum espouses fringe views—but that’s the basis of his appeal to religious-right Republicans.

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Tuesday, den 27. December 2011

From: John Nichols John Nichols There is something positively Dickensian about the Republican debate. Perhaps the contenders shall require visits by the spirits of Christmases past, present and future.

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Tuesday, den 13. December 2011

JoAnn Wypijewski It’s insane that an affair—and not his cockamamie ideas—finished Cain.

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Tuesday, den 13. December 2011

Link: The Arts of Occupation

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Tuesday, den 13. December 2011

From: Ari Melber Ari Melber The Reagan wordsmith comes out swinging, but with sugar.

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Tuesday, den 13. December 2011

From: Katrina vanden Heuvel Katrina vanden Heuvel How Occupy Wall Street made Andrew Cuomo act less like Chris Christie.

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Tuesday, den 6. December 2011

Kevin Xiong HIGH SCHOOL FINALIST: Suddenly, my opinion of a record I had been listening to for over eight years was turned on its head.

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Tuesday, den 6. December 2011

Zoë Carpenter COLLEGE FINALIST: The range of options that my generation has to choose from has been whittled to a handful of bad ones. I am coming of age not in the land of the free, but in the land of the dependent.

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Tuesday, den 6. December 2011

From: Ari Melber Ari Melber Why won’t Donald Trump go away? Hint: Birthers.

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Tuesday, den 6. December 2011

From: Dave Zirin Dave Zirin In a decision that speaks to the worst impulses of a proud magazine, Sports Illustrated has chosen to honor Mike Krzyzewski as one of its Sportspersons of the Year.

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Tuesday, den 6. December 2011

From: Christopher Hayes Christopher Hayes Why was a respected pediatrician and Harvard professor forced to resign from his government post?

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Tuesday, den 6. December 2011

From: Ari Berman Ari Berman Politico naming Paul Ryan “Health Care Policymaker of the Year” is as ludicrous as deficit hawk groups giving him a “fiscal responsibility” award

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Sunday, den 4. December 2011

From: Greg Mitchell Greg Mitchell

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Sunday, den 4. December 2011

From: Laura Flanders Laura Flanders At Occupy Museums at Lincoln Center Thursday night, it was “Glass war” not “class war”, and Glass won: composer Philip Glass. 

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Saturday, den 3. December 2011

From: Jon Wiener Jon Wiener A remarkable life as an organizer and historian.

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Wednesday, den 30. November 2011

From: Peter Rothberg Peter Rothberg &ldquotLiberty Walk,” the one percenter teen sensation’s catchy, if repetitive, remixed single sets her music to laudatory images from OWS encampments throughout the nation.

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Saturday, den 26. November 2011

William Deresiewicz Ann Beattie is an artist of the things we don’t say, or can’t, and that find expression anyway.

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