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Tag: Daniel Ellsberg

Unilateral sanity could save the World

“Nothing can be changed until it is faced"

Daniel Ellsberg has passed away. He left us a message.

“The fact is that secrets can be held by men in the government whose careers have been spent learning how to keep their mouths shut. I was one of those.”

Daniel Ellsberg has foiled those who want him confined to the...

No matter how much the defenders of the militaristic status quo have tried to relegate Daniel Ellsberg to the past, he has insisted on being present challenging systems of mass murder that go by other names.

Why Noam Chomsky and Daniel Ellsberg are so adamant about the...

The potential for democracy in the United States will largely hinge on whether Trump gains re-election.

Getting Rid of Bad Examples

“Each of us should give serious consideration to the promotion of new heroes. And, the resulting lists can be easily customized to one’s own ideals and goals. With such an effort we help define ourselves and help make our time better than a very flawed past.”

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Trinidad and Tobago faces historic environmental crisis with massive oil spill

The spill, emanating from a ship named Gulfstream, has wreaked havoc on over 25 miles of pristine coastline, endangering the coral reefs, Atlantic beaches, and the livelihoods dependent on these natural resources.

Biden administration fuels rural and tribal progress with $366 million green energy boost

Biden's $366 million green energy initiative promises a sustainable future for rural and tribal communities, spotlighting the administration's dedication to equitable clean energy access.
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My ultimate history crash course

To understand the present, study the past. 

The foreign policy issue that could decide the U.S. presidential election

Leading Democrats and Republicans are scrambling to look "tough" on immigration.