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Out of the Coup

February 25, 2013 // 0 Comments

Check out the intro music for a little project we’ve got in the works: Raging Chicken Podcast. Click on the image to check out the music. More info on the Raging Chicken Podcast in the weeks ahead.

You Can’t Wash Away Fracking’s Effects

February 21, 2013 // 0 Comments

José Lara just wanted a job. A company working in the natural gas fields needed a man to power wash wastewater tanks. Clean off the debris. Make them shining again. And so José Lara became a power washer for the Rain for Rent Co. “The chemicals, …

It’s been a little over two weeks since Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett delivered his annual budget address. Corbett’s office signaled in advance that his proposed 2013-2014 budget would not be as draconian as the previous two. I think it would be fair to say that …

An Orwellian Looking Glass

February 20, 2013 // 0 Comments

In 2014, for a mere $1,500, you can literally have Big Brother strapped to your retinas. It isn’t marketed that way, of course. Instead, Google Glass is marketed as making “augmented reality” a part of our every day lives. And while Google’s mantra may be …

Editor’s Note: Raging Chicken Press would like to congratulate Alyssa Röhricht for getting a version of this article published in Counterpunch! You can check out the Counterpunch version of her piece here.  This Saturday, February 23rd, will mark the 1,000th day in prison without trial for PFC …

Forward on Climate Change – Photos

February 18, 2013 // 0 Comments

On Sunday, February 17, Raging Chicken Press Assistant Editor Sean Kitchen was in DC for the Forward on Climate Change rally. It was freezing cold, but at least 30,000 people showed up to the event! Here’s some pictures:   “Raging Chicken Press Assistant Editor Sean …

The Campaign for the Future of Higher Education calls on America’s college & university faculty to join in the search for new ways to fund higher education. [see full post at the AAUP Academe blog] In the United States, quality public higher education was once …

Corbett’s Budget Address

February 7, 2013 // 0 Comments

  On Tuesday, February 6, PA Governor Tom Corbett gave his “State of the State” address. Two of the features of his plan is to privatize the PA Lottery – which is used to fund programs for seniors – and to sell off the State’s …

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