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New Reader Stories About this Post - Throughout the week I am blogging, writing new articles, updating or revising older content, also adding reader submissions. Healing Doses is Monday morning's blog roundup of what has been added over the past week at About Holistic Healing.

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Story of the Year: It’s Global Warming, Stupid

Stefanie Penn Spear

My favorite headline of 2012 was “It’s Global Warming, Stupid,” which appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek on Nov. 1, just days after Hurricane Sandy hit the Northeast.

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The Financial Elite's War Against the US Economy

Michael Hudson

Today’s economic warfare is not the kind waged a century ago between labor and its industrial employers. Finance has moved to capture the economy at large, industry and mining, public infrastructure (via privatization) and now even the educational system. (At over $1 trillion, U.S. student loan debt came to exceed credit-card debt in 2012.) The weapon in this financial warfare is no larger military force. The tactic is to load economies (governments, companies and families) with debt, siphon off their income as debt service and then foreclose when debtors lack the means to pay.

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In Praise of Environmentalist Becky Tarbotton, 1973-2012

Tina Gerhardt

"We need to remember that the work of our time is bigger than climate change. We need to be setting our sights higher and deeper. What we're really talking about, if we're honest with ourselves, is transforming everything about the way we live on this planet." —Rebecca Tarbotton

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Putting It In Drive: What's Next for Idle No More

Daniel Wilson

Across the country, in shopping malls and in the streets, thousands are rallying and round-dancing and serving notice that they will be Idle No More (INM). Messages of support from around the world have given rise to comparisons with other grassroots protests such as the Occupy movement, Quebec's printemps erable and the Arab Spring. But whether in following those examples INM leads to increased awareness, a change in policy, or a change in government is an open question.

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Gun Control and Arms Control

Lawrence Wittner

In a number of ways, gun control issues are remarkably similar to arms control issues. (Photo: Getty Images)

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Ten of My Favorite Things about 2012

Medea Benjamin

There are many things to be thankful for in 2012, starting with the fact that the world didn’t end on December 21 and that we don’t have to witness the inauguration of Mr. One-Percent Mitt Romney. The global economic crisis continued to hit hard, but people have been taking to the streets around the world, from students in Chile to indigenous activists in Canada to anti-austerity workers in Europe.

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Bending to Military Contractors

Ivan Eland

The strength of the military-industrial complex (MIC) was made readily apparent by President Barack Obama’s latest proposal to House Speaker John Boehner to avoid the fiscal cliff. Other than raising taxes on rich Americans, Republicans have been most horrified by the fiscal cliff’s cuts in defense spending.

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How Human Rights Can Save Haiti

Fran Quigley

Last month, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced a new initiative to address the cholera epidemic in Haiti. The plan includes a variety of measures, most notably the building of desperately-needed water and sanitation infrastructure.

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The Top 12 Political Fallacies of 2012

Richard Eskow

Our nation was gripped by so many fallacies and delusions in 2012 that the whole Mayan calendar end-of-the-world thing didn’t even make the list.(Illustration by Daniel Pudles)

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Social Security Is Off the Table... For Now

John Nichols

Preserving Social Security should never have been all that difficult.Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and his Republican counterpart Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY). (Photo: Newscom)

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