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Emily Oster’s Plea Bargain

Shuck-and-jive from America’s broken thinking class, the people who pretend to know better than everybody else. By James Howard Kunstler Source: Kunstler.com By now, everybody and his uncle has seen Emily Oster’s plea for “pandemic amnesty” in The Atlantic magazine, a house … Continue reading

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A Weird, Stupid Dystopia

By Caitlin Johnstone Source: CaitlinJohnstone.com The last few days in the United States have seen a parade of wealthy freaks fellating each other’s egos and preening for the cameras in outlandish garb while ordinary Americans suffer more and more. The … Continue reading

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Lawrence Lessig on Reforming America’s Political System

In an April 10 op-ed featured in The Atlantic, Lawrence Lessig argued that the greatest challenge for a movement to reform America’s political system is “the politics of resignation”: We accept the status quo not because we want it, and … Continue reading

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