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Roshan Bliss: Portland Student Union Plays Key Role in Faculty Union Win

A tale of the success of support and solidarity

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Ted Glick: The New “CIA”

The Cowboy and Indian Alliance to stop Keystone

John Malkin: Police Surveillance Takes a Bite Out of Privacy, Part 2

In the Boston suburb of Brookline, Massachusetts, people decided they didn’t trust a license plate reader system that would share data outside of their community.

Bruce Levine: Psychiatry Keeps Anti-Authoritarians Off Democracy Battlefields

The use of oppositional defiant disorder

Matt Wuerker: Cartoons

Surveillance and Comcast

Stephen Bergstein: Supreme Court Continues to Break Apart Campaign Finance Law

The McCutcheon Case

Edward Harris: Net Neutrality Turnaround as FCC Plans for a Fast Lane

Companies will be allowed to pay Internet service providers for special, faster lanes to send video and other content to their customers…

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Jack Rasmus: Economists Discover Inequality (But Have Yet To Explain It)

The overall share of incomes from Capital is rising at the expense of workers

Ajamu Baraka: Beyond Donald Sterling

What reveals the superficiality of the outrage about racism in sports is the dissociation between this outrage against black people and the ongoing assault in sports on indigenous people.

Paul Gottinger: Where is Egypt’s Revolutionary Movement?

An interview with Abdulla al-Arian

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