Author Archives: Kate Savage

  1. Romney and Romero


    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!


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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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