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Paul Street: Where “American Sniper” Fails

Imperial America has been calling those who dare to resist its murderous expansions “savages” since the colonial and early revolutionary eras

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Paul Street: An Absence of Outrage

Why this unsettling contrast, reflecting remarkable public indifference of most of the US white populace to the regular heinous police murder of Black Americans?

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Paul Street: A Narrow Historical Row Over “Selma”

In the wake of the recent release of the powerful movie “Selma,” an intra-Democratic debate of sorts has emerged

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Paul Street: Charlie I am Not

This massive Western moral indifference regarding the deaths of others is no small part of why terrible events like the Charlie Hebdo killings come to seem inevitable

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Paul Street: Climate Change and “Everything Else,” Including Capitalism

It’s not about more versus less; it’s about better versus worse

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Paul Street: Worthy and Unworthy Victims From Vietnam and Iraq to Ferguson and New York

From Vietnam and Iraq to Ferguson and New York

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Paul Street: The Narrow Media Spectrum on US-Cuban Relations

There are three false and doctrinally embedded assumptions, each mandating deletion of basic realities that don’t fit the reigning narrative of Uncle Sam as a great democratic, benevolent, and humanitarian force

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Paul Street: Campus Town Amnesia

John Deng Down the Memory Hole

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Paul Street: How They Police vs. What They Police: Reflections on Ferguson, Race, and “the Rule of Law”

Contemporary US policing is about keeping Blacks in their place in more ways than one

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Paul Street: Obedience is the True Character Flaw

Large numbers of Americans do still recurrently form and join great demonstrations and movements of popular protest and resistance

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