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Editor’s Note: This is Steve Horn’s latest  piece that originally appeared over at DeSmogBlog. Check out more of Steve’s work from DeSmogBlog and give everyone at DeSmogBlog some love - visit their site for some of the best research debunking misinformation about climate science on the web. At a June 19 speaking event at London’s Chatham House, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) secretary-general Anders Fogh [...]

What Happened to The American Left?

July 9, 2013 // 0 Comments

“Conservatism is dead” was a popular phrase that circulated in the American lexicon in the 1960s. All indications pointed toward that lofty announcement. John F. Kennedy was elected president in 1960; the Civil Rights movement was at the height of its power in the mid-decade; sweeping reforms were passed; the anti-Vietnam draft protests followed shortly [...]

While the United States is publicly denouncing the attacks against peaceful protesters in Istanbul and other cities in Turkey, their hypocrisy is fueling the Turkish Revolution (yes, we should consider this a revolution) via riot gear and chemical warfare.  A statement from the State Department read: “We believe that Turkey’s long-term stability, security and prosperity [...]

What does Mayor Nutter and Governor Tom Corbett have in common?  Besides being bed partners in the destruction of Philadelphia’s public education system, both politicians have opted to choose funding security over education.  Over the past couple of gubernatorial budgets, Governor Tom Corbett has been chastised for cutting public education funding and diverting that money [...]

Philly.com, the media outlet that publishes storied from the Philadelphia Daily News and the Philadelphia Inquirer, has just announced that Governor Tom Corbett will become a contributor for the media outlet.  The article titled “Philly.com aanounces Gov. Tom Corbett joins ‘The New Voices’ platform of notable contributors,” reported that: Governor Corbett, a life-long Pennsylvania resident, [...]

Editor’s Note: This was originally published yesterday on @ the chalk face. @ the chalk face endeavors to establish an alternative space to discuss education reform from an entirely progressive perspective. Check out their main blog, their weekly radio show on Blog Talk Radio, and make sure to “like” their Facebook page. Raging Chicken Press readers – especially those following [...]

Over the past month, Millersville University has become riled with frustration and anger. The catalyst for this discontent among the students, faculty and alumni can be traced back to 2011. Governor Tom Corbett, newly sworn into office, proposed the most drastic cuts to a state’s public education system in the country. Basic education programs saw [...]

Editor’s Note: Thanks to Steve Horn for sending this our way. This piece was published earlier today on AntiWar.com Blog. Make sure to check out all the great work at AntiWar.com Blog. The “NATO 3″ domestic terrorism case in Chicago was a plot that was very possibly manufactured in wholesale fashion by the Chicago Police Department/FBI. [...]

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