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Yummy Vegan Food is My Mission in Life

Yummy Vegan Food is My Mission in Life
By May 16, 2007

Hi again Charles, My mission in life is to make yummy vegan food, because taste is usually the main complaint of people who see the ethical reasoning for veganism but can’t give up their old foods. I don’t usually debate … Read More

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Leave Jerry Falwell to Heaven: I Mourn for Richard Paul!

Leave Jerry Falwell to Heaven: I Mourn for Richard Paul!
By May 16, 2007

To: Nick Gillespie From: Tim Cavanaugh Subject: Leave Jerry Falwell to Heaven: I Mourn for Richard Paul! Mickey Kaus' permalink-challenged blog starts us off with an unpleasant reminder that the Republican presidential candidates are still debating. I've been enjoying the … Read More

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Kill the Cow, Save the Tree

Kill the Cow, Save the Tree
By May 15, 2007

Dear Isa, I’m going to start at the end, addressing your skepticism about “ethical omnivores.” So yes, I eat most of my food from farmers I know personally. In the winter, I do eat a lot of non-local produce, and … Read More

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Return of the Sucksters!

Return of the Sucksters!
By May 15, 2007

Long before there was Gawker, but a little after there was Wired, there was Suck. A smirking, ironic underground in the dotcom dystopia of the fin de siecle, Suck was an online politics and pop culture magazine read by those … Read More

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It’s Wrong to Kill Meat-Eaters

It’s Wrong to Kill Meat-Eaters
By May 14, 2007

From: Isa Chandra Moskowitz To: Charles Eisenstein Subject: About "mindful" killing… Hi Charles, Let's say a woman is walking her dog in the park, and I come up and slit the dog's throat. Would it be of any comfort to … Read More

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No Death, No Dinner

No Death, No Dinner
By May 14, 2007

When people ask me how I first became a vegetarian, I’m tempted to lie. The truth is shameful: It all started with the big eyes and waggy tail of a winsome Cocker Spaniel named April, the childhood companion who left … Read More

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The Revolution Will Be Digital

The Revolution Will Be Digital
By April 16, 2007

[Last week, Ha’aretz Chief U.S. Correspondent Shmuel Rosner featured Jewcy editor in chief Tahl Raz as a guest on his site. Raz answered questions about the future of Judaism, Jewish peoplehood in America, and the volume of debate about Israel … Read More

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“About As Silent As a Circus”

“About As Silent As a Circus”
By April 16, 2007

[Last week, Ha’aretz Chief U.S. Correspondent Shmuel Rosner featured Jewcy editor in chief Tahl Raz as a guest on his site. Rosner and Raz e-mailed about the future of Judaism, Jewish peoplehood in America, and the frequency of debate about … Read More

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