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  • Peace with Justice
  • Technology and Innovation
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Why Do Nonwhite Georgia Voters Have to Wait in Line for Hours? Their Numbers Have Soared, and Their Polling Places Have Dwindled.

The clogged polling locations in metro Atlanta reflect an underlying pattern: the number of places to vote has shrunk statewide, with little recourse.

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John Johnson isn’t dead: How claims of voter fraud in Florida fell apart

As the nonpartisan Brennan Center for Justice has exhaustively concluded, voter fraud in America is exceedingly rare.. Yet PILF has been unrelenting in its campaign to prove voter fraud.

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What If We Could Still Do Great Things?

What if we told you that the most important thing you can do is help the people see that we can afford anything we need to take care of us all?

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‘All You Want Is to Be Believed’: The Impacts of Unconscious Bias in Health Care

Research shows how doctors’ unconscious bias affects the care people receive, with Latino and Black patients being less likely to receive pain medications or get referred for advanced care than white patients with the same complaints or symptoms

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#NormalizeWetAssPussy, or How Art Changes Culture

It’s 2020 and like everyone else, I want to talk about Wet Ass Pussy. But, since I don’t have a pussy myself, I just wanted to read some feedback on how the song may affect our culture.

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How to Talk Like a Leftist, Vol. 1

If 2020 hasn’t taught you how to spell bourgeois/bourgeoisie on the first try due to sheer repetition, you should really try it out. You’ll probably discover that it’s a very useful word when describing basically everything wrong with America.

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MMT 101: Response to the Critics Part 3

In this piece, we study the interaction between the government and nongovernment sectors while retaining the consolidation hypothesis.

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MMT 101: Response to the Critics Part 2

MMT is frequently criticized for consolidating the treasury and the central bank. In this post, we will address these issues by tackling problems surrounding the nature of money and the role of taxes, and by beginning to deal with the consolidation argument.

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MMT 101: A Reply to Critics Part 1

This is Part 1 of a six part series in which we deal with critics of MMT. As readers of this blog know, our critics continually raise the same old tired critiques of MMT.

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2020 Election: Failure of Progressive and Black Politics

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The Millennials’ Money

Modern fiat money, once it becomes a “visible reality” for more and more people, can’t help but become a force for positive change in our political discourse and collective future.

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My Experience Running for County Board as a Democrat

It is apparent that the Democratic Party machine does not care to run candidates that actually care about policy.

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