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Thursday, December 6,2012

The secessionist tempest in Texas

By Jim Hightower
Once again, there’s a tempest brewing in the national tea pot. We’re talking secession! Well, some of us are.
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Thursday, November 29,2012

A new face of political goofiness

By Jim Hightower
At last, our embarrassment is over! We Texans have long endured the shame of having our goober of a governor, Rick Perry, declaimed as the goofiest public official in the land. But now, we can point to another state’s embarrassment, for a newly elected senator has ascended atop America’s pedestal of political goofiness.
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Wednesday, November 21,2012

Bosses gone berserk

By Jim Hightower
The sky is falling! The end times are upon us! It’s all over for America! And it’s all because of you — you, the execrable voters.
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Thursday, November 15,2012

The dirty little secret of private equity profits

By Jim Hightower
But here’s a revelation that really ruffles their feathers: They appear to have been gathering their riches not with bold competition, but with old-fashioned collusion.
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Thursday, November 8,2012

Why the chicken crossed the road

By Jim Hightower
Thanks to the industrializers of American agriculture, we finally know why the chicken crossed the road: To run away from the factory farm!
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Thursday, November 1,2012

The free-enterprise mirage of Sheldon Adelson

By Jim Hightower
For a reality check on the moral superiority of the rich, however, take a peek at who’s now trying to do some of the most egregious mooching ever from the economically devastated people of Spain.
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Thursday, October 25,2012

The curious shyness of ‚€˜Wall Street Journal‚€™ op-ed writers

By Jim Hightower
As I trekked to my gate at the Orange County Airport in California not long ago, I stopped briefly at a newsstand to pick up a copy of The New York Times.
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Thursday, October 18,2012

A meek media

Quote approval process destroys credibility

By Jim Hightower
The latest decline in hard-nosed, investigative reporting is something called “quote approval.” It began with PR flacks for public officials and political candidates demanding that reporters agree — as a price of being granted an interview — to submit any quotes they intend to use from the interview to the interviewee’s staff for approval.
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Thursday, October 11,2012

Organic subsidiaries out their parent conglomerates

By Jim Hightower
National brand-name food conglomerates are coming a cropper over California’s Proposition 37. Actually, it’s a double cropper.
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Thursday, October 4,2012

A right to know what’s in your dinner

By Jim Hightower
This contest in California will likely have a huge impact on national policy and on grassroots efforts to rein in the arrogance of corporate power that’s running roughshod over too many Americans.
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