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Is There a Big Idea in Occupy Movements?

Vaios Papanagnou | Posted 01.08.2012 | Politics
Vaios Papanagnou

The epoch that started in 2008 is defined by a single worry. Equally defining is the visible form that this angst takes. Millions of people in the Wes...

Age-Old 'Distributism' Gains New Traction

Posted 12.20.2011 | Religion

By David Gibson Religion News Service NEW YORK (RNS) Can an Anglican theologian from Britain revive an 80-year-old Catholic social justice theory ...

The Imperative Need for America to Become an Innovation Nation

Arianna Huffington | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Arianna Huffington

John Kao’s Innovation Nation is both frightening and inspiring. Frightening because of the details it provides about the ways America is falling behind the rest of the world; inspiring because Kao imbues it with a sense of optimism and great possibility, reminding us of all the times -- including the response to Pearl Harbor and the launching of Sputnik -- America has rallied, marshalling its forces to innovate and meet great challenges. READ MORE When It Comes to Innovation, Is America Becoming a Third World Country? Once upon a time, the United States was the world's dominant innovator. But now, when it comes to our approach to innovation, we desperately need some innovation. Here are three good places to start. READ MORE