Author: Erik Loomis

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This story of Biden’s response to Trump’s attacks on his son looks really bad. For more than a week, President Trump had been hurling unfounded accusations about Mr. Biden, his son Hunter and their dealings in Ukraine. Mr. Biden and his advisers debated whether to mount a fierce counterattack or to stick to a set […]

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On October 5, 2019

It has been entirely too long since I have written up one of these posts. I am very busy this semester, partially explaining less blogging than usual. But hey, one of those reasons is that I have seen

This is a disturbing story on the nuts and bolts of how the fascists at ICE use modern technology to find their ethnic cleansing victims. The officers were looking for people, and seemingly for specific people. For the peninsula’s Spanish-speaking families, this fact led to some urgent questions. How were the officers picking their targets? […]
The union movement is a tremendously diverse and complex thing. Anyone who says “unions” should do this and that doesn’t know what they are talking about, because these different worker organizations often have very little in common with each other, have different interests, vastly different racial and gender makeup, etc. And the union movement has […]
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