Over 500 years of exploitation has left Puerto Rico reeling
THE LONG GAME: SANCTUARY CITIES FIGHT POINTS TO NEED FOR GLOBAL LABOR PROTECTIONS
The Mexican economy went into immediate freefall—throwing over one million people out of work. Then the American multinationals were able to move more manufacturing operations to Mexico than ever before ...
THE COMEBACK KITTY: NEW ENGLANDERS BRING CLINTON CAT BACK FROM THE DEAD
The year is 1993: Bill Clinton is president, his family has a cat named Socks—and for some weird reason, a company called Kaneko intends to publish a Super Nintendo game about the aforementioned feline saving the world from nuclear devastation.
JEFF TALK: THE FABULIST MIRACLE OF REV. BROWN’S TED SERMON
Any preacher worth his salt can deliver a sermon that evokes a rollercoaster of emotions. It’s an old practice, the “preacher embellishment,” which is often achieved through anecdotal stories, with the preacher as the hero and central figure who overcomes ...