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11 POSTS 0 COMMENTSEmanuele Corso’s essays on politics, education, and the social contract have been published at NMPolitics, Light of New Mexico, Grassroots Press, World News Trust, Nation of Change, and his own - siteseven.net. He taught Schools and Society and school reform at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he took his PhD and three Master’s degrees. His BS was in Mathematics. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force’s - Strategic Air Command where he served as a Combat Crew Officer during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He has been a member of the Carpenters and Joiners union and has worked for the World Bank and abroad as a management consultant. He is presently working on two books: Belief Systems and the Social Contract and Schools and Society. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The momentum to bring back respect for science has started.
A democratic country – or community – ought to be self-governing in a way that allows every member a fair part in effective political discussion.
Venezuela, a country with only $10 billion left in reserves to run on, is in trouble.
How many Americans died to prevent a fascist take-over here and to end the Vichy in France itself.
A bias against the poor is hardwired into the adversarial, pay-for-services legal system itself, and classism manifests itself in countless individual laws and legal practices.
Newspaper owned by fracking billionaire leaks memo calling pipeline opponents potential “terrorists”
“We will not be deterred. We will continue to move forward to raise awareness to what is happening in Oklahoma."
Neither Passantino nor the White House has responded to the legislators’ letter.
The first 100 days is an artificial landmark for presidents. But it does offer an opportunity to pause and assess their accomplishments.