QM's writers pick their favorite articles of the past year
In the past year we witnessed the launch of Obamacare and a government shutdown in the United States. We saw an awful man-made disaster in Canada (no, not Rob Ford). And most importantly, we continue to live in a world that still has a habit of putting corporations before people.
January 1st, 2014 not only marks the beginning of a new year for us all, it also marks our site’s first birthday. While you can be sure to see the same congressional gridlock in the coming year, you can also bet we will be there to provide you all with the same great wit, knowledge and facts you’ve grown accustomed to. Thank you for your support and enjoy!
An Interview with Inder Comar Esq., the Lawyer bringing the Bush Administration to court on behalf of Iraqi refugee plaintiff Sundus Shaker Saleh.
Ayn Rand, lasseiz-faire, and the virtue of greed in the United States.
An interview with Madison Kimrey, the incredibly well spoken twelve year-old activist who’s taking on Governor Pat McCrory in North Carolina.
In order to make money for their stock holders, Facebook has started to put a price tag on everything, including our speech.
How an adjunct college teacher can be a worse hourly paying profession than a McJob.
Obamacare is a conservative idea, still Republicans in congress chose obstruction rather than trying to make it better.
With up to 50 dead in Lac-Mégantic, people need to realize that the transportation of oil will never be safe.
Christian fundamentalists need to get over the fact that Jesus wasn’t white or born in December.
Five Myths of the Liberal Media and how the media establishment in the US is far from progressive.
Australia is out to prove that green energy is both affordable and competitive.
The current American minimum wage hurts more than just the workers earning it. It hurts us all.
Why is the United States contemplating another 10 year stint in Afghanistan?
If you ask around, Tea Baggers all get their information from the same unreliable sources.
Louisiana is a prime example of the NRA’s flawed talking points.
Contrary to what some Americans might think, not all speech is protected under the First Amendment.
A mind blowing look at the numbers behind America’s growing security industrial complex.
How one Texas State Senator has given hope to pro-choice activists around the country.