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November 2010

Watch: Ron and Arnie Koss discuss The Earth’s Best Story

Take a look at the newest video on Chelsea Green TV featuring authors Ron and Arnie Koss, whose book is The Earth’s Best Story: A Bittersweet Tale of Twin Brothers Who Sparked an Organic Revolution. In The Earth’s Best Story, twins Ron and Arnie Koss masterfully recount their transition from eking out livings as sprout […]

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Jamie Court on GRITtv with Laura Flanders

Jamie Court, author of The Progressive’s Guide to Raising Hell, was interviewed by host Laura Flanders on GRITtv on Tuesday, as seen in the video below. He pointed out that Democrats should not be discouraged by the recent election results, and that, instead, they should look to key progressive victories in California – including the […]

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Charlotte Dennett: How to Prosecute a President

One wonders if former President George W. Bush actually thinks he will be politically resurrected — and absolved of all his crimes — following a tide of Republican electoral victories last week and the publication of his memoir this week. Already there has been a good deal of commentary about the timing of the book’s […]

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Watch: Bob Cavnar on MSNBC

Bob Cavnar, author of the newly released Disaster on the Horizon: High Stakes, High Risks, and the Story Behind the Deepwater Well Blowout, was on Countdown with Keith Olbermann last night, talking to guest host Thomas Roberts about the President’s Oil Spill Commission and its findings. Yesterday marked the first of two days of public […]

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Jamie Court: 10 Rules of Populist Power

The following is an excerpt from Jamie Court’s The Progressive’s Guide to Raising Hell: How to Win Grassroots Campaigns, Pass Ballot Box Laws, and Get the Change We Voted For, which originally appeared on the web exclusively at  Turning the tables on a powerful opponent revolves around a few core principles. By understanding what […]

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Maggie Kozel – Veterans Health Care: Why It’s the Wrong Time to Privatize

In the wake of this midterm election season, with all its dramatic and rhetorical pledges to America, we should not lose sight of the pledges we have already made. We have promised as a nation to provide our disabled veterans with the best health services that modern medicine has to offer. We need to honor […]

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The Resilient Gardener named one of’s Best Books of 2010!

Well-deserved congratulations to author Carol Deppe, whose book, The Resilient Gardener: Food Production and Self-Reliance in Uncertain Times, has been named one of the Top 10 Books of 2010 (in the Home & Garden category) by! Read the announcement and view the full list here.     We are thrilled to see the Amazon […]

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Eliot Coleman in Small Farm Canada

Organic gardening guru Eliot Coleman is featured in the latest issue of Small Farm Canada, a magazine devoted to small-scale farming. Take a look at the profile/interview below. A Man for all SeasonsEliot Coleman discusses the details of year-round gardeningBy HELEN LAMMERS-HELPS It was his “disinclination to give over his markets to the Californians every […]

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Bill Kauffman, Secession, and Arundhati Roy

Bill Kauffman’s Bye Bye, Miss American Empire: Neighborhood Patriots, Backcountry Rebels, and Their Underdog Crusades to Redraw America’s Political Map, was mentioned in an article by Rady Ananda that appeared on last week and made the rounds to several other news sites as well. Check it out, below. Is talk of secession sedition? Arundhati […]

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Bob Cavnar: The Coming Showdown Over America’s Energy Future

November 3, 2010 The change of control of the House of Representatives yesterday was not only a political loss for the Democrats; it changed the landscape in Washington and diminished the chance for meaningful progress on comprehensive energy policy any time soon. With leaders like Mitch McConnell saying that the Republicans’ single most important job […]

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