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Nygaard Notes> Media in an Unjust World, Parts I & II

This Week: Media in an Unjust World  Number 517 November 19, 2012  "Quote" of the Week: "Sweeping Cuts in Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security" Bonus "Quote" of the Week: "The New Normal for Our Youth." The Voter Empowerment Act: Now in the Senate  Nygaard Notes Methodology  Media and the Just World Theory Blaming the Victims  Dehumanizing the VictimsNygaard Notes More

Two by Robert Reich> True Patriotism and Memorial Day Thoughts

True Patriotism MONDAY, MAY 28, 2012      robertreich.org True patriotism isn’t cheap. It’s about taking on a fair share of the burdens of keeping America going. Those who earn tens of millions of dollars a year but pay less than 14 percent of their incomes in taxes, and argue the rich should pay even More

Two by Robert Reich> True Patriotism and Memorial Day Thoughts

True Patriotism MONDAY, MAY 28, 2012      robertreich.org True patriotism isn’t cheap. It’s about taking on a fair share of the burdens of keeping America going. Those who earn tens of millions of dollars a year but pay less than 14 percent of their incomes in taxes, and argue the rich should pay even More

Robert Reich> The Fable of the Century

The Fable of the Century April 5, 2012   Robert Reich.org Imagine a country in which the very richest people get all the economic gains. They eventually accumulate so much of the nation’s total income and wealth that the middle class no longer has the purchasing power to keep the economy going full speed. Most More

Pedal Story> Anne Winkler Morey> Interview with San Francisco health care activist

WAMM members Anne Winkler-Morey and her husband David are making 420 day bike adventure with social and historical commentary.  Their stories are documented on Facebook on Pedal Story.  From San Francisco, Anne took a break to go to the east coast.  (David came to Minneapolis, where we heard him talk about their trip!)  They are back on their More

Economist Robert Reich blasts GOP’s ‘seven biggest economic lies’

Economist blasts GOP’s ‘seven biggest economic lies’ By Business Insider  via Raw Story Wednesday, October 12, 2011 By Robert Reich The President’s Jobs Bill doesn’t have a chance in Congress — and the Occupiers on Wall Street and elsewhere can’t become a national movement for a more equitable society – unless more Americans know the More

Senator Tester: End Outdated Military Spending, Not Medicare

End Outdated Military Spending, Not Medicare By Senator Jon Tester, Reader Supported News 22 May 11  Today, the same politicians in the House of Representatives who claimed that tax cuts for the wealthy would "pay for themselves" are insisting we take them seriously as they try to balance the budget. Their plan? To end Medicare More

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