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Nourished by Edra Derricks' food and delighted by afternoon conversation, Mother Jones is ready to return home.
A former editor at Suck, Mother Jones, and The Chronicle of Higher Education, Cox was recently hired--and fired--as a senior editor at the liberal monthly The American Prospect.
While many news organizations are sending out press releases announcing imminent layoffs and declining ad revenues, Mother Jones is beaming with news of growth.
John Hockenberry, who worked as a correspondent and program host for many years at the network, was being candid when he told Mother Jones magazine last spring: "By the time I left NPR in 1992, it was an audience-driven, revenue-driven entity, not unlike corporate media outlets.
The staff at the progressive magazine Mother Jones has organized a bowling team called the Bowlsheviks, a name credited to bowling widow Carmel Vermeltfoort.
He even orchestrated a meeting between Rockefeller and Mother Jones, the firebrand union organizer, who emerged to tell reporters that in her newly revised opinion Rockefeller was "a much misunderstood young man.
com/politics/2016/08/donald-trump-models-illegal-immigration) An exclusive Mother Jones report found three women who said they modeled for Trump Model Management without the proper work visas.
Since the 2012 Newtown massacre, Mother Jones has compiled detailed data on more than 30 years of public mass shootings, finding that these incidents have been on the rise.
She is the inspiration for the title of the magazine Mother Jones and also a play by Ted Eiland titled "The Most Dangerous Woman.
According to a report by Mother Jones magazine, the Foreign Office said that the unmasked man is Barnaby Jones, a junior diplomat at the British Embassy in Pyongyang,
For much more on the case, I recommend this Mother Jones primer and John McWhorter's take.
The late Creators columnist Molly Ivins once said: "If Will Rogers and Mother Jones had a baby, Jim Hightower would be that rambunctious child -- mad as hell, with a sense of humor.