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Author: Erik Loomis

Booker

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On April 13, 2012

Corey Robin on the Cory Booker superhero story: The whole story speaks to a quintessentially American love of amateurism and cowboy theatrics, but it also speaks to our neoliberal age:.

I don't agree with all of James McWilliams' attack on localized agriculture, but it is useful correction to the fawning deification of Michael Pollan, backyard chickens, grass-fed beef, etc. All of those things have their very important qualities, but if we are really serious about...

Attention

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On April 13, 2012

It's great that an essentially accurate comment about the wife of a plutocrat has started to attract the national attention away from the murder of Trayvon Martin. We need to.

Allen West Going Full McCarthy

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On April 11, 2012
I love it. The conservative tea party icon also got in shots at Democrats and President Obama, who spoke Tuesday at Florida Atlantic University. West said Obama was "scared" to have a discussion with him. He later said "he's heard" up to 80 U.S. House...

The Toilet

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On April 10, 2012

One key step to improving sanitation and thus people's lives in the developing world is spreading the sanitary toilet, arguably the greatest technological innovation in history. This Bloomberg piece is.

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