Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Murdoch paper gives away the game: Cuomo is on their side

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decade in office has been marked by resisting taxation of the wealthy and an adversarial stance against public sector labor unions.

Freedom of thought and the death of ideologies

Unity is the key element in any such shift — the required guiding principle underlying the development of existing systems and modes of living.

The global cry for change

Billions of people throughout the world are desperate for change, for freedom, social justice, greater democracy and environmental action.

Psychedelic drug in clinical trial to help stroke victims recover by rewiring brain

Algernon Pharmaceuticals, a Canadian-based company, began its study this week in which stroke participants will be given a microdose of DMT with the hope of minimizing damage and maximizing recovery.

The origin of Black History Month—and why it still matters

There is no more powerful force than a people steeped in their history.

Indigenous peoples reclaim the National Bison Range

“We are such a place-based people. To have this land back, to be in control of it, is a fresh, new hope.”

Will Biden end America’s global war on children?

Will President Joe Biden act to protect the children of the world from America’s most tragic and indefensible war crimes?

The roots of the Capitol insurrection

Allowing them and their followers to distance themselves from what happened would be the kind of strategic blunder we too often see from the centrist wing of the Democratic Party.

Why Martin Luther King Day should matter

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s true legacy remembered.

The collective shame of global hunger

An estimated 700 million people go hungry every day.