The unexpected, spontaneous and pleasantly disruptive nature of collective celebration is one of the great equalizers of social and political struggle. Janey Stephenson writes.
Why has neither political party in the United States talked about limits on intellectual property? Money. Dean Baker writes.
The Seattle Star’s endorsements for the August primary.
Poetry by David Fewster.
Back from the shadows again, back to where an Indian’s your friend/Where Sunday Comics are seen, and you can pee right into the stream/We’re back from the shadows again
One person’s experience becoming a business owner shows how our economy is based on luck rather than merit and how it rewards people who own stuff rather than people who do stuff. Karl Widerquist writes.