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Welcome to Evergreene Digest This Week, January 5, 2019.


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Matt Taibbi and the Truths He Spoke Against the Industries of Death, Teodrose Fikre, Ghion Journal

“Political power in this country is not divided between right and left, and not even between rich and poor. The real line is between a war party, and everyone else.” --Matt Taibb

Publisher's Choice Analysis by Team of UMass Amherst Economists Shows Viability of Medicare For All. Robert Pollin, Jeannette Wicks-Lim, Jared Sharpe, Common Dreams / Portside

Comprehensive plan is estimated to reduce U.S. health consumption expenditures by nearly 10 percent, while providing decent health care coverage to all Americans

Of Special Interest

How to Be a Better Thinker, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

  • 1: How Rational Are We?
  • Is Logic Lost?
  • How to Think Better
  • there already is a cognitive enhancing tool
  • Related: Helpful Guides to How to Read a Book
  • Part 3: The Last Curious Man
  • The enormous life of Anthony Bourdain, according to those who knew him best.


Bloggers & Columnists | Matt Taibbi

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The market will not fix Twin Cities' affordable housing crisis. Carol Becker, Minneapolis (MN) StarTribune / The Seattle skyline. / iStock

  • Developers are building new luxury units in the metro, but they are out of reach for most. Without subsidies, that math won't change. 
  • Related: More Housing, Not Shelters

Religion & Spirituality the Truth About Climate Change is a Matter of State/Church Separation, Hemant Mehta , Friendly Atheist

  • We get one shot at life and we get it on this one planet. Let's not ruin it.
  • Related: Preaching on Climate Change: Why it Matters

Let the church die, so that the church might live, Mark Piper, National Catholic Reporter

 / (Unsplash/Jacob Mejicanos)

  • Young Voices: Catholic ritual and liturgies counter our culture's death-denial. But what of a church that refuses to look upon itself and denies that it is in its own season of death?
  • Related: Open letter to the US Catholic bishops: It's over.

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