I give you a good reason to read Naomi Klein's new book about the climate challenge.
Michael Brune explains why he's going to march in New York City on September 21 for climate action.
Jim Hightower weighs in on Burger King's plans to exile itself (for tax purposes only) to Canada.
Ron Carver reflects on how Mississippi has (and hasn't) changed half a century after the Freedom Summer.
Jill Richardson highlights the holes in supposedly feminist shampoo commercials.
Phyllis Bennis weighs in on the carnage in Gaza.
Hillary Clinton's Honduran blunders should curb her unbeatability as a presidential hopeful.
Bob Lord points out that a single hedge fund manager rakes in as much money in a year as all the inhabitants of Springfield, Ohio combined.