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All Newspeak Review posts, in reverse-chron order:

Twin Ports Banker Weighs in on USFS Lease Renewal Question July 31, 2016

Democratic Primary Update February 21, 2016

An Occupy Organizer’s Case for Bernie January 26, 2016

Did Bernie Just Kinda Win? December 19, 2015

PolyMet Review Not Like Poker

What We Have In Common With Jeb

Time for Hillary to Withdraw

“Most Anti-Environment Bill in Decades”: Rally at Capitol and Related Materials

The Growing Defense of the State Auditor is Great, but Where Does it Leave Us?

PolyMet E-mail Notwithstanding, NorthMet Fight Far from Over

MOA Surveillance of BlackLivesMatter Makes National Press

Tourney15 in the Books; BenchPolyMet 2016?

PolyMet’s Hockey Tournament TV Ad

“Mining the Energy of the MN Boys’ State Hockey Tourney”: A Message from PolyMet

#BenchPolyMet Round Two: Boys’ Tourney Starts Tomorrow!, March 3, 2015

Target Not Making Many Friends Lately; 15Now Rally Tuesday, March 1, 2015

It’s time to #BenchPolymet at the @MSHSL Hockey Tourneys, February 18, 2015

Minnesota’s Snowbate: A View from the Indie Side, February 18, 2015

Observations from the House Hearing on Nonferrous Mining, February 4, 2015

The Shadow of Crisis Has Passed”: Reflecting on the 2015 State of the Union, January 23, 2015

Mining Minnesota OpEd Distracts from True Purpose, January 7, 2015

Latte Levy Funds Dwarfed by MPLS War Spending, January 3, 2015

Klein on Centrist Timidity/BlackLivesMatter Demonstration at MOA, December 20, 2014

The Police Need to Do Better, December 17, 2014

Police Say Rams Apologized; Rams Say No Way, Man, December 2, 2014

Ferguson Reactions Revealing, November 25, 2014

Unions Speak Out Against Senate Rejection of KXL November 20, 2014

On Mayor Hodges’ Pointergate Statement November 14, 2014

Dawkins: I’ll Stand Up to Corporate Interests October 17, 2014

Naomi Klein and Rethinking PolyMet September 24, 2014 (Cross-published MinnPost)

GM Plutocrats Enjoy a Good Laugh at Your Expense August 18, 2014

What’s In a Name, University of Minnesota April 17, 2014

Time to Value the Water March 24, 2014

Will Mayor Ness Have More to Say? Excerpts from this Week’s Pipeline Press Conference March 21, 2014

More Hillary, and the “fates of peoples” March 15, 2014

News: Health Professionals Say SDEIS Is Inadequate March 3, 2014

The Minnesotan’s Guide to PolyMet’s Top 10 Favorite Talking Points February 27, 2014 (Cross-published MinnPost)

Have Curlers Always Been Good Looking?

NEWS: Feb 11, Organizations Say #STOPTHENSA

Papa Needs a New Pair of $2500 Seat Licenses. (poll below)

State Dept Recalls Second Grade, Invokes the “Well they were going to do it anyway” Rationale.

Social Media Etiquette – Just Say Yes

Bogged Down in Duluth

Is Chomsky Right or Not? 

Peggy Noonan is beflabberfuddled!

Getting out in front of the “lesser of two evils”

News: Sulfide/Copper Mining EIS Released

Darn, I guess I’m not entitled to object.

These things are not nonsense. 

Mining from Afar

Waking up in 2013

Water is the New…Water

Sulfide mining’s jobs are temporary, but its pollution will stay in our waterways

Remembering the Post Office

Cross-Border Documentary about Gold will Premiere at Yale, in Guatemala

One Cricket Chirp

Describing Hunger

Yo, Goose don’t care.

Fat Cat Wants a Tax Cut

A camera just for me.

Amazing Video: Philosophers in Space

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Showing Up (at the Keystone XL Rally)

Bathroom wall Quote: A blade of grass

Surveil Me? Surveil You, Sir.

Photo: Grand Central Station 

On Liberalism’s Limits

How much time?

Winks and Nudges

Hello, old friend

What’s in it for me.

Photo: Saint Paul Morning

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