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Sick Leave

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On November 5, 2016
The national conversation about the social safety net is in terrible shape, far behind where it was in the 1970s. There are of course sharp structural reasons for this, as the rise of the conservative movement and the reestablishment of corporate control over politics makes the passage of even basic legislation like keeping the government […]

Cubs Failure

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On August 22, 2014
Typical that the Chicago Cubs, with their century of pathetic failure and fans who revel in it combined with their Koch Brothers-esque owners, would provide one of the great, if minor failures in baseball history so the billionaires wouldn’t have employees become eligible under Obamacare. Earlier this week, the Chicago Cubs grounds crew experienced a […]

Uncle Sam the Rapist

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On September 19, 2013

Not sure what the Koch Brothers are getting at in this anti-Obamacare ad portraying Uncle Sam as a rapist. Given that he seems be to using the same transvaginal ultrasounds that conservatives like the

Stand Beside Her And Guide Her

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On August 9, 2013
As you probably heard, Karen Black died. A key actress to so many major films of the 70s, she succumbed to cancer. She could have had a dignified end of life. Or maybe even defeated her cancer. Instead, she lived in the United States, where our disastrous health care system (even after the significant improvements […]
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