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In OtherWords: A Steady Stream

In OtherWords: A Steady Stream

All year long, OtherWords gives editors — at no cost — a steady stream of independent-minded commentaries to choose from for their op-ed pages. That’s how we do our share to ensure that as long as there are newspapers in print or a digital format, the national...

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In OtherWords: Special Delivery

In OtherWords: Special Delivery

OtherWords shares unconventional perspectives with readers across the nation — and we couldn’t do it without you. Thanks to our strong networks of editors and supporters, we can help people look at the day’s great debates from new angles — especially folks who live in...

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In OtherWords: Expanding Our Reach

In OtherWords: Expanding Our Reach

Today, OtherWords commentaries and cartoons are appearing in about 325 newspapers with at least 7 million readers. We couldn’t have achieved this foothold without support from people like you and a handful of generous foundations. We aim to expand our reach in 2015 to...

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In OtherWords: November 25, 2014

In OtherWords: November 25, 2014

This week in OtherWords, Diana Torres explains why she thinks President Obama's immigration action falls short and Peter Hart predicts that Democrats will win more elections if they ignore calls to act more like Republicans. On behalf of the OtherWords team and all of...

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In OtherWords: November 19, 2014

In OtherWords: November 19, 2014

This week in OtherWords, Jim Hightower, Ryan Alexander, William A. Collins, and I question the wisdom of the growing new wave of U.S. military intervention in the Middle East. Do you want to make sure you don’t miss the latest from OtherWords? Subscribe to our free...

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In OtherWords: November 12, 2014

In OtherWords: November 12, 2014

This week in OtherWords, we have a treat for Donald Kaul's many devoted fans: He's taking a break from his medical leave to size up the 2014 midterms. Don't miss Kaul's column, in which he writes: "There’s talk now in Washington of a new spirit of cooperation between...

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In OtherWords: November 5, 2014

In OtherWords: November 5, 2014

This week in OtherWords, Robert L. Borosage gives Democrats some advice in the wake of their lackluster performance in the mid-term elections and Jill Richardson suggests that doctors should prescribe fruits and veggies for more of their patients. Do you want to make...

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In OtherWords: October 29, 2014

In OtherWords: October 29, 2014

This week in OtherWords, Bob Lord explains what's wrong with Mitt Romney's monster-sized IRA and Raul A. Reyes zeroes in on something that's amiss in Kansas. Do you want to make sure you don’t miss the latest from OtherWords? Subscribe to our free weekly newsletter or...

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In OtherWords: October 22, 2014

In OtherWords: October 22, 2014

This week in OtherWords, Jill Richardson suggests that the amount of sugar Americans eat is way scarier than the slim chance they'll get Ebola while I ask whether Halloween chocolate is too cheap. Do you want to make sure you don’t miss the latest from OtherWords?...

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In OtherWords: October 15, 2014

In OtherWords: October 15, 2014

This week in OtherWords, Peter Certo weighs in on President Obama's Iraq record and Michael Brune says the climate movement prompted Facebook and other tech heavyweights to "unfriend" the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Do you want to make sure you don’t...

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