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Save Us From Washington’s Visionaries: In (Modest) Praise of a Comforting Mediocrity

This post first appeared on TomDispatch. 

En route back to Washington at the tail end of his most recent overseas trip, John Kerry, America’s peripatetic secretary of state, stopped off in France “to share a hug with all of Paris.” Whether Paris reciprocated the secretary’s embrace went unrecorded.

Robert Reich: Without Reeling In Wall Street, the Middle Class Is Doomed

This post originally appeared at RobertReich.org.

Presidential aspirants in both parties are talking about saving the middle class. But the middle class can’t be saved unless Wall Street is tamed.

The Street’s excesses pose a continuing danger to average Americans. And its ongoing use of confidential corporate information is defrauding millions of middle-class investors.

Yet most presidential aspirants don’t want to talk about taming the Street because Wall Street is one of their largest sources of campaign money.

Rahm Emanuel Is a Union-buster. So Why Are Chicago Unions Backing Him?

When Rahm Emanuel strode into office as mayor of Chicago in 2011, one of his first targets was the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU). He sought and obtained state legislation limiting the right of Chicago teachers to strike. But he lost doubly in the fall of 2012: The CTU successfully mobilized its members to go on strike, then won both a good contract and the battle for public support. Yet Emanuel still closed 49 public schools and expanded charter schools the following spring.

Saudi oil and U.S. hypocrisy

oil_0205Few events expose the utter hypocrisy of U.S. politicians’ grand words about democracy so starkly as their praise for the recently deceased King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. For decades U.S. imperialism and all the imperialist powers have given political, military and diplomatic support to the corrupt feudal family that rules Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest exporter of oil.

On Jonathan Chait, ‘Politically Correct’ Speech and the Social Media Left

Jonathan Chait’s essay on the “return” of “politically correct” speech policing has predictably polarized the internet, earning praise from his fellow liberals and flippant dismissals from his targets on what he calls the “radical left.” Because it’s written from Chait’s usual perspective as a liberal who smugly mocks everyone to his left, the negative reaction to the essay is understandable.

Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

Rise of fascism and Islamophobia coincideOn Jan. 21, the apartheid Zionist regime of Benjamin Netanyahu was authorized by the United Nations General Assembly to host the first-ever conference devoted to the rise of worldwide “anti-Semitism.” A letter endorsing the conference was signed by the governments of 40 countries, including the U.S. and every member of the European Union.

Greek voters reject austerity

Greek workers protest austerity.Greek workers protest austerity. Voters in Greece’s Jan. 25 parliamentary election rejected the harsh, devastating austerity program imposed, for the past six years, by the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission on the working class in that country.

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