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  • The GOP War on Voting
  • In a campaign supported by the Koch brothers, Republicans are working to prevent millions of Democrats from voting next year.

  • The CIA’s Censorship Machine
  • The American reaction to 9/11 included selflessness, dedication, and bravery, but it also included some harebrained and counterproductive steps. As we approach the tenth anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks, Horton examines those reactions.

  • Sharpton's Affirmative-Action Win
  • Earlier this year, the reverend lent crucial black support to the controversial merger between Comcast and NBC. Is his new MSNBC show payback? Wayne Barrett investigates.

  • Rudy's Cozy Murdoch Ties
  • The unholy alliance of press and politics happens in the United States, too. Giuliani did enormous favors for Fox TV in New York City, and his wife’s earning from FOX tripled while he was mayor.

  • Five Months of Waiting
  • What happens when a revolution stalls out? Many feel that the basic demands of the revolution have gone unfulfilled, with little indication that a path for real change lies ahead.

  • Murdoch Empire’s Heart of Darkness
  • No one imagined how low NewsCorps' CEO Rupert Murdoch's UK tabloid News of the World had sunk; our collective jaw has dropped numerous times as new revelations have been made public.

  • Beltway Awakens to GOP Extremism
  • The media have forgotten the previous decade of GOP rule, with trillions of dollars in wasted spending, deep government dysfunction and an economic crisis. Yet media elites continue to treat the Republican Party as credible voices on public policy.

  • Unredacting “The Interrogator”
  • An explosive new book by retired intelligence officer Glenn Carle contradicts the claims Suskind published about Pacha Wazir (which were no doubt faithful reports of what Suskind was told by sources in the intelligence community). 

  • Diane Ravitch, the Anti-Rhee
  • Diane Ravitch, the 72-year-old preeminent historian of American education, tweets often and to serious result. In the past year, they've become a major front in her way against "school reform" or "school privatization."

  • The Not-So-Great Migration
  • It started as a trickle and has now swelled into a river of prominent African American journalists streaming to black-oriented media.

  • Dear France, We're So Over
  • The Nation columnist mourns the loss of love for France, the country she admired for its welfare programs, national health service, and government-funded childcare. The DSK affair, however, and the reactions it drew in France, have soured the relationship.

  • Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Warren?
  • The takeaway from this afternoon's hearing on TARP, Financial Services and Bailouts? Republicans don't like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and they really don't like its leader, Elizabeth Warren.

  • Darker Convergence
  • Prepared remarks by Scott Horton, "Alarm and Hope 2011: Conference on the Ninetieth Birthday of Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov," Moscow, May 21, 2011.

  • Six Questions for Anatol Lieven
  • Journalist turned foreign-affairs analyst Anatol Lieven has Pakistan in his bones. Descended from civil servants and officers in British India, he cut his journalistic teeth in the subcontinent. I put six questions to Lieven about his new book, Pakistan: A Hard Country.

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