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In this week’s episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer interviews Lewis Wallace, a former
Couples of all stripes now choose to be married, with eyes wide open, rather than sleep-walking through the steps dictated by tradition.
On a grand scale, Danny Boyle's Olympic opening ceremony moved me, most specifically its first segment dedication to the Industrial Revolution and the workers who made it possible.
I agree with Robert Scheer, the Truthdig editor who blogs today about Huffington 's role. People value Huffington and rightly
Blogging has opened up the traditional channels of reporting to include informed people with scholarly and experiential credibility who formerly were begging to appear on the Op-Ed plantation of leading newspapers.
The U.S. economy may finally be bottoming out. But while conditions may improve in a dry, statistical sense, the foundation for a productive economy has been decimated over the past three decades.
No one has been more persistently effective in paving the way for the financial swindles that enriched the titans of finance while impoverishing the rest of the world than Lawrence Summers.
While Obama promised an end to the Iraq disaster, he once again left open the door to the United States being trapped in an even more treacherous quagmire in Afghanistan.
Why is it that there is such widespread acceptance, beginning with the apologetic arguments of George Bush, that whatever Israel does is always justified as necessary to the survival of the Jewish state?
The battle for Barack Obama's economic soul is on in earnest, and it has nothing to do with the "European socialism" that John McCain attempted to use as an epithet against him.