covid pandemic

Why isn’t the covid pandemic over? White supremacy

By John Stoehr / October 25, 2021 /

The common good isn’t common. It isn’t good. It’s the enemy.

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To fight fascism, fight the people paying for it. That means raising taxes higher, much higher, on the very obscenely rich

By John Stoehr / September 30, 2021 /

They are preventing the people from flexing the sovereignty that would prevent them from continuing to extract wealth from the people.

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Vaccine holdouts are caving. Lesson for liberals? Respond to authoritarianism with force

By John Stoehr / September 29, 2021 /

They want to be told what to do.

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Let the Haitians in, all of them

By Richard Sudan / September 20, 2021 /

The United States owes them that much.

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The biggest media bias that no one is talking about is obscuring a violent Republican crime wave that no one is talking about

By John Stoehr / September 20, 2021 /

A bias toward freedom of choice, instead of responsibility.

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With a mandate affecting 100 million workers, Biden becomes a good ‘law and order’ president

By John Stoehr / September 10, 2021 /

Putting an end to the lawlessness.

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For members of Team Horse Paste, the fear is crossing the line from ‘bold independent thinker’ to ‘utter crackpot’

By Lindsay Beyerstein / September 8, 2021 /

Grifters played on people’s hopes for a quick covid fix and their fear of vaccines, and now their fans are paying the price. 

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The vaccine debate keeps denying the moral agency of people who refuse vaccinations

By John Stoehr / September 7, 2021 /

Grown Americans know what they should do. They are choosing not to.

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Why do the people who desire bans on abortion desire bans on vaccine- and mask-mandates? The connection isn’t ‘freedom’ 

By John Stoehr / September 1, 2021 /

They accuse pro-choice Americans of being evil as means of covering up the barbarous flesh-eating reality of their larger political project. 

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Will vaccine mandates spark right-wing violence? Maybe, if the authoritarians believe what they say. Most don’t, though

By John Stoehr / August 30, 2021 /

Violent rhetoric is a feature, not a bug.

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