Category Archives: health care


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Not Much to Celebrate on Labor Day

A quickie Robert Reich lecture (less than 3 minutes) on the problems of and solutions for American workers…..

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WTF Are We Doing To Ourselves

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How Does Your Favorite State Do?

Mother Nature Network

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Five Possibilities for the Next Great Progressive Push By Gar Alperovitz and Steve Dubb/ Common Dreams/ February 1, 2013 Obama’s second inaugural address opened some hope of a brighter progressive future, yet virtually all the critical economic and distributional issues … Continue reading

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The Ongoing War: After the Battle Over the Cliff, the Battle Over the Debt Ceiling By Robert Reich/ January 1, 2013 “It’s not all I would have liked,” says Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, speaking of the … Continue reading

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Single-Payer Health Care–Now Is The Time

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report Right now is an opportune time to push for single-payer nationalized health care in the United States. A number of American companies and franchisees, Papa John’s, Denny’s, and Applebee’s among them, have been … Continue reading

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Is “Liberal” a Dirty Word?

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GOP Healthcare Bonus

Meme GOP/Facebook, “thanks to Randall E. Winn”

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Why did the Romney campaign choose a bland 7-term congressman from Wisconsin as his running mate? Robert Reich examines conservative ideologue Paul Ryan, why Mitt Romney felt him to be his best choice, and why Ryan’s social Darwinist philosophy appeals to … Continue reading

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