Mother Jones


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Noun1.Mother Jones - United States labor leader (born in Ireland) who helped to found the Industrial Workers of the World (1830-1930)
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Mother Jones just reported that she -- the founder of the chain of Florida spas, including the one New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly visited for you-know-what -- is not only a big-money GOP donor, but runs a company that boasts of offering access to the Trump administration to Chinese nationals.
In the process, Mother Jones became perhaps the greatest labor force in the history of Illinois, a state no stranger to workers' movements.
Education is the cornerstone of a vibrant society, which is why Mother Jones has published its annual education special section for more than 10 years.
According to the Mother Jones' database of massacres, 2017 has so far witnessed 112 fall victims to shootings; exceeding any other year in recorded history in the United States.
The apocryphal example is the massive enterprise project from Mother Jones on the problems with private prisons.
On the Way to Oyster Bay: Mother Jones and Her March for Children's Rights
The agents tasked with watching over President Trump's grandson were under investigation for taking pictures with Donald Trump III as he napped in a car, Mother Jones (http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/03/secret-service-investigation-selfies-donald-trump-grandson) reported Thursday.
On Our Way to Oyster Bay: Mother Jones and Her March for Children's Rights
They have been supplanted by two newer, faster-moving projects: US Mass Shootings, 1982-2016: Data From Mother Jones' Investigation (motherjones .com/politics/2012/12/mass-shoot ings-mother-jones-full-data) and the Mass Shooting Tracker (mass shootingtracker.org).
As Mother Jones quickly observed, one delegate in particular stood out: William Johnson, one of America's most prominent white supremacist leaders, and an anti-Semite who advocates deporting all non-whites.
1-30 in The New Yorker, Boston Globe Magazine, Forbes, The Atlantic, Roll Call, Politico, The Nation, Mother Jones, The Progressive, Reason, VegNews and The Natural Food Merchandiser.