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Steve Russell :
The Donald Virus: ‘Who’s Gonna Build
Your Wall?’

This shoe was not cobbled to order for Mr. Trump. It just happens to fit his foot. By Steve Russell | The Rag Blog | March 11, 2016 I think it’s viral when several people who don’t know each other … finish reading Steve Russell :
The Donald Virus: ‘Who’s Gonna Build
Your Wall?’

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James McEnteer :
Wall-to-wall deja voodoo

Walls can’t stop ideas. A wall itself is an idea, or rather, an admission that the builder of the wall has run out of ideas. By James McEnteer | The Rag Blog | October 27, 2015 QUITO, Ecuador — From … finish reading James McEnteer :
Wall-to-wall deja voodoo

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Tom Hayden : The Right-Wing War on Democracy

President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act, 1965. Photo from AP. The right-wing war on democratic rights:Voting rights, immigration reform imperiled Lost in both the partisan spin and rhetorical legalisms is that the scale of political power is … finish reading Tom Hayden : The Right-Wing War on Democracy

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John Ross in Obamalandia : Death Waltz Across Texas

John Ross. Photo from Con Carlitos.Loose in Obamalandia:Death waltz across Texas(With apologies to Ernest Tubbs) By John Ross / The Rag Blog / March 13, 2010 I. Paranoia stalks the skies. At LAX, flying towards Texas, I am pulled out … finish reading John Ross in Obamalandia : Death Waltz Across Texas

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Joseph Stiglitz on the Economy : Falling Down

‘London Bridge’ (1616) by Claes Van Visscher. This engraving shows Old London Bridge in 1616, with Southwark Cathedral in the foreground. The spiked heads of executed criminals can be seen above the Southwark gatehouse. Some of Old London Bridge did … finish reading Joseph Stiglitz on the Economy : Falling Down

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The Rio Grande : ‘That Damned Border Fence’

Each mile of fence cost Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument $430,000, said superintendent Kathy Billings. Photo by Rich-Joseph Facun / Arizona Daily Star Faulty design turned border fence into dam, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.‘The project almost ensures problems with … finish reading The Rio Grande : ‘That Damned Border Fence’

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What Are We So Afraid Of?

Canadian border no longer invisible in VermontKeith B. Richburg / August 24, 2008 DERBY LINIE, Vt. — The changes started coming slowly to this small town where the U.S. border with Canada runs across sleepy streets, through houses and families, … finish reading What Are We So Afraid Of?

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Melissa del Bosque :
Border Wall : Tragic Slapstick

Movable Border Wall, Clown Cars By Melissa del Bosque | July 21, 2008 The Secure Border Fence Act passed in 2006, but the Department of Homeland Security only just realized that the homeland has an international water treaty with Mexico … finish reading Melissa del Bosque :
Border Wall : Tragic Slapstick

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Against the (Border) Wall!

Not even federal law can keep Bush’s fence from ripping through natural areas along the Rio Grande.By Melissa del Bosque / June 27, 2008 The following article appears in the current issue of the Texas Observer [Vol. 100, No. 13, … finish reading Against the (Border) Wall!

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Mexico’s Response : A Green Wall

A US Border Patrol vehicle stands guard along the border fence dividing Mexico and the U.S. overlooking Tijuana, Mexico, Friday, June 27, 2008. Photo by Guillermo Arias / AP.Mexicans protest border fence with (400,000) treesJune 28, 2008 PIEDRAS NEGRAS, Mexico … finish reading Mexico’s Response : A Green Wall

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