Huffington Post Ramune Golysenkiene via Getty Images I've been tweezing, shaving, moisturizing, defrizzing, flat-ironing, bikini-waxing, gym-joining (notice I said gym-joining, not gym-going?) exfoliating and manicuring since 8th grade, all while sleeping on a silk pillowcase to reduce wrinkles.
Drug cartel leader on Treasury blacklist arrested in Mexico Police have arrested the deputy leader of the Beltran Leyva drug cartel in Mexico City as he visited the capital,… Looters take advantage of Brazilian police strike in World Cup host city The Raw Story
Talking Points Memo I've just launched a discussion in The Hive (sub req) about the transformation from reading paper books to digital books. Baffling as it is to me, since for decades I was not only a voracious reader but a devotee of the physical book itself, I made the transition about three years ago. I'm just not able to read paper books anymore. I'm almost embarrassed to admit that. But it's true. Are you the same?
Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com Friday, November 14, 2008 Neel Kashkari, the fox appointed to guard the henhouse and front the multi-trillion dollar bailout, faced angry questions from Dennis Kucinich and Rep. Darrell Issa during a hearing today, as Issa accused him of playing a “bait and switch” game with taxpayers’ money. All the major networks carried footage of the U.S. Alex Jones' Infowars
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The Nation Not only does capitalist growth not reduce inequality; it increases it. What happens when the black experience is relegated to background noise? What role should the social platform play as the feminist movement continues to grow? The bad news?
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Kapital for the Twenty-First Century? Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century is a weighty book, replete with good information on the flows of income, transfers of wealth, and the distribution of financial resources in some of the world’s wealthiest countries. But it is not a very sound guide to policy. Dissent Magazine
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