This week in OtherWords, Peter Certo explains why Benjamin Netanyahu is wrong about Iran and Jim Hightower weighs in on the mountains of money that will shape the 2016 elections.

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  1. This Trade Deal Will Make You Sick / Anna Meyer
    The TPP could spell bad news for global food systems.
  2. Banking on Tanking / Joel Kendrick
    It’s time to get rid of incentives for teams to lose.
  3. Reclaiming Our State Budgets / Susan Gries
    We’re not broke — we’re just keeping too much of our wealth in too few pockets.
  4. What We Lose with a Privatized Postal Service / Katherine McFate
    America’s founders recognized that commerce requires a common infrastructure.
  5. When Bibi Came to Town / Peter Certo
    Nearly 60 lawmakers did the right thing by skipping the Israeli prime minister’s speech on Iran.
  1. Kissing the Koch Ring / Jim Hightower
    If you thought corporate election spending was bad before, wait till 2016.
  2. Wal-Mart Does Something Right / Karen Dolan
    I’ll still protest the giant retailer, but maybe a little more quietly.
  3. A Crash Course on Reality / Jill Richardson
    My view of education changed the first time I had to grade my students.
  4. Billionaires United / Khalil Bendib cartoon
Billionaires United, an OtherWords cartoon by Khalil Bendib

Billionaires United, an OtherWords cartoon by Khalil Bendib

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