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Teach For America's unspoken alliance with the one percent

Begun as part of the Americorps program, TFA has evolved into a handmaiden for monied interests.

Cross posted from Pruning Shears. Read below the fold...

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Determined ignorance: still impervious to facts

Climate change denialism requires more than just not knowing the relevant facts. It also requires a firm resolution to never know them.

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Money and elections in Washington: Pro wrestling, but with more respectable clothes

A recent news item highlighted how national politicians aren't sincerely expressing concerns about the influence of money, but playing well-defined roles - and crude ones at that.

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Pet Politics - When I get old

When I get old by Pet Politics on Grooveshark

A February song; a song for those of us in frigid climes to dream of warm places. Also, this is interesting: Read below the fold...

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Commissioners pipeline meeting: strategy and why it's worth the bother

Thoughts on how to approach public events, and why to do so even if the prospects for success don't look good.

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Blogroll Amnesty Day 2014

Skippy has kicked it off this year's BAD. My 2014 selections are here - what are yours? Read below the fold...

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Open thread (password theme)

I'd like to know if this has happened to any of you. I did a quick Google search but didn't see anything.

Password proliferation means remembering lots of different strings. Since we only remember them in the act of typing them, the string can get tied to muscle memory. That's what happened to me - when I tried to write down a password I couldn't do it without sitting at a keyboard and doing a pantomime password type.

Anyone else have something like that happen? Open thread for this or other strange IT phenomena. Read below the fold...

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