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By Connor Kilpatrick
Silent Majority Millennials

There’s a new Boomer vs. Millennial piece over at Esquire making its way across the intertubes. If you hadn’t noticed, wringing one’s hands about Baby Boomers gorging themselves on the syrupy sweet hopes and dreams of the young’ns is the…

Apr 23, 2012 | Comments (82)

By Mark Ames
Debunking Cato Institute Propaganda: Koch-Founded Outfit A GOP Bad Ideas Mill, Home To John Yoo & Rupert Murdoch

John Yoo, author of the notorious “torture memo,” served on the Cato Editorial Board for Cato Supreme Court Review during the Bush presidency. At the same time, Yoo was writing the Bush administration’s legal justifications for waterboarding, Guantanamo, warrantless wiretapping and more.

Apr 21, 2012 | Comments (20)

By Mark Ames
WATCH: Mark Ames On The Thom Hartmann Show: Murder, Suicide & Financial Ruin As 1% Wages Class Warfare On Two Fronts

Exiled editor Mark Ames went on The Thom Hartmann Show yesterday to talk about the Class Warfare waged here in America through mortgage fraud and foreclosure fraud, and abroad in Afghanistan…and the hidden story of accused massacre killer Sgt. Robert…

Apr 20, 2012 | Comments (28)

By Yasha Levine
Sponge Off A Rich Woman: The Koch Family's "Leechertarian" Secret To Success

A few months back I had a long conversation with Freke Vuijst, a journalist from the lefty Dutch magazine Vrij Nederland, about the history of the Koch clan—specifically, we talked about what I learned during my trip to Quanah, Texas, the…

Apr 18, 2012 | Comments (20)

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By Mark Ames
Class Warfare On Two Fronts: From Afghanistan To Middle America, The Untold Story Of Sgt. Bales

Nothing illustrates the interlinking between the class war at home and the imperial wars abroad more starkly than the example of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the Army sniper accused last month of killing 17 Afghan civilians, mostly women and children.

Apr 16, 2012 | Comments (87)

By Yasha Levine
Scabies: My Parting Gift from Los Angeles' Metro Jail

It’s just past 2:00 pm out here in Venice Beach. The sun is out and a cool breeze is blowing from the Pacific Ocean. Outside my window, surfers are walking towards the beach . . . a young woman glides by…

Apr 13, 2012 | Comments (58)

By Kostas Kallergis
Dispatch from Greece: Translation of Austerity Suicide Note Left By Pensioner Dimitris Christoulas

A man shot himself on April 4th in the very center of Athens. He is the latest in hundreds of suicides during and because of the crisis. Dimitris Christoulas chose the place (Syntagma Square) and the time (rush hour) to pass his message…

Apr 10, 2012 | Comments (30)