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First Gawker, Now Salon Staffers Announce Plan to Unionize
American Prospect - 7/2/2015
Everett Historical/Shutterstock T he editorial staff for Salon Media, a progressive news and analysis outlet, unanimously announced in a letter today that they intend to unionize with the Writers
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Paid Leave This Week: It Just Got Easier to Be a Mother in the Navy
The New Republic Online - 7/2/2015
Millenials are more accepting of working mothers than earlier generations.  Only 22 percent of high school seniors believe that young children suffer if their mother works, down from 34 percent in the
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Clinton and Sanders Have a Shared Weakness, and Martin O’Malley Is Exploiting It
The New Republic Online - 7/2/2015
P residential candidate Martin O’Malley is polling a  distant third  among declared Democrats, ten points behind Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and more than 60 points behind Hillary Clinton. Closing
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Say Her Name: Billie Holiday and the Erasure of Black Women's Experience
American Prospect - 7/2/2015
W hen activists gathered in Baltimore on May 21, 2015, as part of a nationwide rallying cry protesting police violence against black women, it seemed fitting that they should stand in the shadows of famed
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When Adjuncts Go Union
American Prospect - 6/30/2015
This article appears in the Summer 2015 issue of  The American Prospect  magazine.  Subscribe here . B y now, Tiffany Kraft imagined she would be fully immersed in academia, putting her Ph.D. and passion
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Sorry, Walmart: Charter Schools Won't Fix Poverty
American Prospect - 6/30/2015
L ast week, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and In the Public Interest released  a highly critical report  on the Walton Family Foundation’s K-12 education philanthropy, which ended with a call
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Antonin Scalia Compared a Lifesaving EPA Regulation to a Ferrari
The New Republic Online - 6/29/2015
S upreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia compared the Environmental Protection Agency's rulemaking to buying a Ferrari without looking at the price tag, and even claimed that a regulation that restricts
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The ACA Has Survived Yet Again. Now What?
American Prospect - 6/29/2015
T he Affordable Care Act has used up at least four of its nine lives. It was almost stillborn after Democrats lost their 60-vote Senate majority in early 2010. It survived a brush with death in the Supreme
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Which Woman Should Adorn the $10 Bill?
Free-i-News - 6/27/2015
Tweet [embedded content] Tweet [embedded content] In a speech last year in Kansas City, President Barack Obama said he received a letter from a nine-year-old girl that included a list of possible
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In the South, the Gay Marriage Battle Isn't Over Yet
The New Republic Online - 6/26/2015
T he Supreme Court may have ruled that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right, but that doesn’t mean conservative opponents are ready to concede defeat just yet. Several states have said they will
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#FutureQueer: Looking Forward at Gay Culture in America
The New Republic Online - 6/25/2015
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Just How Angry Is Justice Scalia Over the Obamacare Ruling?
The New Republic Online - 6/25/2015
T here is one word that Antonin Scalia seems desperate to use but can’t: bullshit. The justice's dissent in Thursday's Supreme Court ruling upholding Obamacare tax credits for people on the federal exchange
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