Author Archives: Kate Savage

  1. Romney and Romero

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    October 22, 2012 by Kate Savage

    (and Ryan, and Rand) For several months now, whenever I hear about Mitt Romney, the image of Oscar Romero creeps …
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  2. Out of the Ovenmitts, Into the Streets!

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    August 14, 2012 by Kate Savage

    Casserole Rebellions I was raised to be a Mormon housewife. Accordingly, the ultimate tool of my sociability is the casserole. …
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  3. Newt Gingrich and Andrew Jackson’s Clear-cut Ideas

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    January 23, 2012 by Kate Savage

    It was a win, win, win for Newt! proclaim the people who are paid to proclaim. A GOP debate, where …
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  4. Torture, Belmont Law School, and the Banality of Evil

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    January 21, 2012 by Kate Savage

    This morning, five of us went to a class of Constitutional Law at Belmont University. We are not Belmont Law …
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  5. How the People Got Their Groove Back: What a Bunch of Farmers Can Teach a Bunch of Occupiers About How to Keep on Going

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    December 19, 2011 by Kate Savage

    Ashley Sanders wrote the following zine for and about the Occupy Movement.  Go here for the booklet form to print …
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  6. Tim Wise: We Twisted King’s Dream, So We Live With His Nightmare

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    January 18, 2011 by Kate Savage

    Reposted from ColorLines It’s been a rough year for Martin Luther King, Jr., and for his legacy. First, as has …
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  7. US-funded Biodiesel Colonialism

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    January 10, 2011 by Kate Savage

    “As corrupt corporations and politicians shift wealthy nations to greater ethanol and biodiesel use, the US government believes that harvests …
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