Monthly Archives: January 2014

Of patience and violence: Why Americans don’t act

Americans are a very patient people. Maybe not in little things: when another car cuts them off in a merge or a guy in a movie theater texts his baby sitter, Americans are quick to open fire. But for the … Continue reading

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The problems with the “Trans-Pacific Partnership”

I just wrote a letter to the Daily Local News, which I haven’t had time to do for a while. I was galvanized by a call from Corporate Accountability International, which is campaigning against this blatant example of corporations intriguing … Continue reading

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