Tag: Justice

Standing in line as we march to the drums of the east Paralyzed and possessed by crusader’s deceit Lost to the sirens that call from the turbulant tide Bound by…

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Bill Ruddiman and the early anthropogenic hypothesis posits that human influence on global climate began not with the industrial revolution a couple of hundred years ago but rather with the…

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In January 2016, Peru agreed to compensate a woman for denying her an abortion when she was 17, a decade after the UN Human Rights Committee decided that it was…

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Welcome, friends, to another edition of Economic Update, a weekly program devoted to the economic dimensions of our lives—jobs, incomes, debts—those of our children, our own, those looming down the…

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