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U.S. Spends More Than $80 Billion a Year Incarcerating 2.3 Million People
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U.S. Spends More Than $80 Billion a Year Incarcerating 2.3 Million People
October 23, 2020

The U.S. today spends more than $80 billion a year incarcerating 2.3 million people in state and federal prisons, local jails, youth facilities and deportation centers. That’s $80 billion that comes out of public coffers and goes into public confinement.

How Trump Killed 220,000 Americans: the First Three Months of Covid
October 23, 2020

Democratic and Republican Governors are also to blame for in-fighting and vacillating over lockdowns. But, as President, Trump takes the ultimate responsibility for not only refusing to act, but lying and giving the impression that all was well.

How Trump Killed 220,000 Americans: the First Three Months of Covid
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America Has No Allies, Only Hostages
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America Has No Allies, Only Hostages
October 22, 2020

The new president-elect of Bolivia, Luis Arce, has told the Spanish international news agency EFE that he intends to restore the nation’s relations with Cuba, Venezuela and Iran. This reverses the policies of the US-backed coup regime which immediately began closing embassies, kicking out doctors and severing relations with those nations after illegally seizing power last year.

Morales’ Socialist Party Wins Election
October 22, 2020

A victory for the majority of Bolivians, a victory for the world’s poor, the indigenous, and supporters of equality, world peace, bread and land for all. October 19 exit polls show that the majority’s leader, Luis Arce, and running mate David Choquehuanca Céspedes, won the election.

Morales’ Socialist Party Wins Election
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Reframing America’s Role in the World
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Reframing America’s Role in the World
October 21, 2020

While Americans cannot ignore the world beyond their borders, the last thing they need is to embark upon a fresh round of searching for distant monsters to destroy. Heeding the counsel of John Quincy Adams might just offer an essential first step toward recovery.

When Does Incompetence Become a Crime?
October 21, 2020

Patrick COCKBURN I was in Baghdad in 1998 during US airstrikes, watching missiles explode in great flashes of light as they hit their targets. There was some ineffectual anti-aircraft fire, the only result of which was pieces of shrapnel falling from the sky and making it dangerous […]

When Does Incompetence Become a Crime?
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Bolivia Shows Why Imperialists Work To Keep Populations Propagandized
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Bolivia Shows Why Imperialists Work To Keep Populations Propagandized
October 20, 2020

Bolivia has reversed the US-backed coup which saw its leftist president Evo Morales ousted from the lithium-rich nation after a landslide victory last year. Another landslide victory for a previous member of Morales’ cabinet named Luis Arce has restored power to the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party after a year of rule by the coup regime.

Liberalism’s Fear Of Shelby Steele
October 20, 2020

You might have heard that Amazon has refused to add a new documentary, What Killed Michael Brown?, to its streaming service. The documentary was written by and stars the conservative black scholar Shelby Steele, and was directed by his son Eli Steele. In it, the elder Steele examines the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson a few years back, and its place in the larger story of race in America.

Liberalism’s Fear Of Shelby Steele
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