Wednesday, November 30, 2016

World War I: “Trench Blues” — An African American Song of the War



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(The following is a guest post written by Stephanie Hall of the American Folklife Center.) In 1934, folklorist John Lomax and his 19-year-old son Alan went to southern Louisiana to collect folksongs and music in many styles from several ethnic groups in English and French. Among the songs in the resulting collection is "Trench Blues," a […]

 


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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

No, Everything Is Not Going to Be Alright


 


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"Welcome to the dawn of a new unified Republican government," said House Speaker Paul Ryan with a smile.
     
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'President-elect Trump has no regard for the environment and cares even less about those of us trying to protect it.'
     
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Convincing ourselves the president-elect doesn’t mean everything he says is a fantasy that stops us seeing Trumpism for the barbarism it is.
     
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Saturday, November 12, 2016

The Cool Hall of Fame #292



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Leonard Cohen

The Ark you're building
in your yard
Will you let me on
Will you let me off
Don't you think
we all should study Etiquette
before we study Magic

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Hillary Clinton Is Not the Enemy



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To My Friends on the Left: Hillary Clinton Is Not the Enemy
 

Yes, she has become successful by playing “the game.” But does that make her different from any of us?

 
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The Dangerous Cowardice of James Comey
 

He caved to internal FBI critics and Republicans in Congress who are angry that he wasn’t tougher on Clinton. Now he’s paying for it.

 

Joan Walsh

 
 
 
 
Donald Trump and the Alt-Right Threaten the Values I Fought for in the Navy
 

As a Muslim-American veteran, I’ve seen the fight against hatred move closer to home.

 

Nate Terani

 
 
 
 
This Is Not the First Time the FBI Has Interfered with a Presidential Election
 

Throughout his career, J. Edgar Hoover used the Bureau to meddle in presidential politics and secure his own power.

 

Jeff Kisseloff

 
 
 
 
The War in Syria Cannot Be Won. But It Can Be Ended.
 

The left is profoundly divided over the conflict, but we should at least agree on a set of principles to end it.

 

Phyllis Bennis

 
 
 
 
To Adapt to Climate Change, Retreat Is Necessary
 

Four years after Hurricane Sandy, many coastal communities recognize that rising oceans mean relocating their residents. But there is no consensus on how to do so.

 

Alexandra Tempus

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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