This week in OtherWords, Maude Barlow explains why we need to save the world’s water before it’s too late, Pamela Powers Hannley sizes up Arizona’s latest legislative embarrassment from a local perspective, and Jill Richardson points out that many popular brands of disposable diapers contain toxic chemicals.
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- Without any Grassroots, This Austerity Group Withered / Sarah Anderson
The American people know a fake when they see it.
- Saving Our Blue Future / Maude Barlow
The human race and our planet need a new water ethic.
- Arizona Swims against the Tide of Growing Equality / Pamela Powers Hannley
Gov. Brewer is under pressure to veto a measure foes say would legalize discrimination against the LGBT community, atheists, and others.
- Lobbying for Tollbooths and Speed Bumps on Our Information Superhighway / Sam Pizzigati
In the United States, we surf the Web at the speed of a Model T.
- Corporate America Needs to Change Our Diapers / Jill Richardson
Popular brands of disposable diapers contain dioxins and other toxic chemicals.
- Can Someone Please Cancel this Pity Party for the Rich? / Jim Hightower
Billionaire Tom Perkins wants you to feel the pain of those poor 1-percenters.
- The Way Forward: Tax and Spend / Bob Lord and Emily Schwartz Greco
This strategy would reduce joblessness and inequality while stimulating the economy.
- Merging into an Information Superhighway Bottleneck / Khalil Bendib cartoon
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