Author: Erik Loomis

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Warren’s Public Lands Policy

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On April 19, 2019
Even though the Democratic electorate seems to be only considering white men for 2020, no matter how mediocre or old or unaccomplished, Elizabeth Warren continues to demonstrate herself as the best possible candidate through her excellent policy pronouncements on a broad set of issues, including outside of her wheelhouse. Thus, this week she addressed an […]

Endorsements

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On April 18, 2019

So….as you may know, Noam Chomsky blurbed my strikes book. That was pretty amazing, but of course people blurb books all the time and Chomsky is well known for being willing to give his valuable

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Events and Talks

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On April 17, 2019
I have two public talks next week and figured those of you in the lucky areas may be interested. On Earth Day, Monday, April 22, I will at the Southeastern Massachusetts Labor Council in New Bedford to talk about the connections between the labor and environmental movements. That could be very interesting and tense with […]
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Stop and Shop Strike Update

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On April 17, 2019
When we talk about strikes, it’s very easy to romanticize them. That’s an error. Strikes are scary and they cause a lot of stress upon workers, as they are for the Stop and Shop workers, now a week into their strike. But also do not fret, this strike has been incredibly effective and Stop and […]

Beyond Meat

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On April 16, 2019

I used to be a vegetarian for 10 years. That is no longer true. But one strong principle still stands–if the meat is terrible, why kill an animal for it? That’s especially true in low leve

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