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your independent journal from the heartland welcome to the online edition of the progressive populist, the people's voice in a corporate world. check out our ‘progressive populist today’ blog search www search populist.com selections from the december 15, 2016 issue cover/hal crowther accept it, like hell! editorial get back into the fight; fidel’s last laugh letters to the editor greg bailey self-inflicted wounds of the democratic party rural routes/margot mcmillen don’t let fear and hate win dispatches trump stumbles toward inauguration; ethics lawyers: electoral college should reject trump unless he sells businesses; repubs will push medicare privatization; minimum wage isn’t living wage anywhere; judge suspends ot expansion; hate incidents up since trump win; minorities buying guns since trump election; fidel wasn't our kind of murderous dictator ... art cullen dems didn’t ask for rural vote chuck collins building a new populism in the era of trump jill richardson sorry, i can’t give trump a chance roberto rodriguez we’re all zapatistas now dick polman beyond beltway, dems even worse off john young treating white males with kindness, respect and inclusion david daley un-rigging our democracy wenonah hauter we cannot be discouraged; let’s keep building our movement health care/joan retsinas a christmas gift: trumpkids wayne o’leary fools, damn fools and democrats john buell neoliberalism on the rocks? 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