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How to Save Journalism

By John Nichols and Robert W. McChesney (This article appeared in the January 25, 2010, edition of The Nation. The Nation is available at www.thenation.com.) The founders of the American experiment [...] Continue Reading

Speaking Truth to Power

By: Kathy Kelly There is a phrase originating with the peace activism of the American Quaker movement: "Speak Truth to Power." One can hardly speak more directly to power than addressing the [...] Continue Reading

Waiting for Steinbock

  By: Dennis Caeton Fresh from the pews of St. Paul Newman Center (a Catholic parish) in Fresno, a few weeks before my birthday, I felt compelled to enter the rare air of the Diocese, the [...] Continue Reading

Yemen: Terrorist Haven, or Chess Piece?

By: Conn Hallinan “The instability in Yemen is a threat to regional stability and even global stability.”— U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “Yemen is a regional and global threat.”—British [...] Continue Reading

Aid to Haiti: Where Does Our Money Go?

By: Patrick Young With over 200,000 dead and a collapsed city, Haiti is desperate for help. The pervasive poverty Haitians have been living with for years is now past the breaking point. With few [...] Continue Reading