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Jamie McCal­lum: American Workers Have Lost Control of Their Time. It’s Time To Take It Back.

Whether it’s working longer hours, having no control over work schedules, or scrambling to find enough hours to pay the bills, American workers have lost control of their working time. Getting that time back is crucial—for workers’ well-being, for democracy and for weakening the tyrannical power of the boss.

Andrea Germanos: ‘No Confirmation Before Inauguration’

“The people demand that OUR NEEDS ARE MET before the Senate entertains the idea of confirming a new justice days before the most important presidential election of our lifetime.”

Wafaa Aludaini: We Are the Children of Gaza: The Poet, the Fashionista and the Footballer

In Gaza, we have two enemies: the coronavirus and the Israeli occupation

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Lawrence Wittner: Where Does the Democratic Party Stand on War, Peace, and International Relations?

In this November’s elections, American voters will have a clear choice as to what kind of role they want their country to play in the world

Clint Smith: Telling the Truth About Slavery Is Not ‘Indoctrination’

Our country is made better, not worse, by young people reckoning with the full legacy of the institution.

Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis: The Rise of Christian Nationalism in America

Or How to Legislate Evil and Punish the Poor

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Badri Raina: The Post-Truth Requirements of ‘Development’ and Parliament as an Artifact

Although India is still saddled with a parliament, a colonial bugbear, the last six years or so have seen a gradual, but now more rapid, informal switch over to a desired and desirable presidential form.

James A. Haught: Babbling in ‘Tongues’

Will much of Christianity be transformed into jerking, howling, swooning congregations who utter incoherent sounds?  If so, that’s one more reason for thinking people to renounce irrational supernaturalism.

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Michael Albert: Lydia Sargent, Live Like Her

Death when one is diminished is devastating. Death when one is isolated is shattering. All manner of death is final. Lydia Sargent took her last breath sometime last night. She had been diminished with dementia for what seemed like an eternity but was only a horrid hiccup in a lovely lifetime. She was Covid isolated Read more…

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Jonathan Cook: The Guardian’s deceit-riddled new statement betrays both Julian Assange and journalism

Of course, none of these corporate journalists – only Assange – is being put on trial, revealing clearly that this is a political trial to silence Assange and disable Wikileaks.

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