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Yasha Levine

  1. A Journey Through Oligarch Valley, Pt 5: Resnicks (Exit 253)

    The economic viability of this piece of Oligarch Valley depends on Iran being kept in a state of a permanent economic blockade.

    By Yasha Levine , written on

    From the Oligarch Valley desk

  2. A Journey Through Oligarch Valley, Pt 4: Moron (Exit 225)

    Taft is an oil town, swept up in the toxic fracking revolution that’s taking the U.S. energy sector by storm.

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    From the Oligarch Valley desk

  3. A Journey Through Oligarch Valley, Pt 3: Septic Tank (Exit 244)

    Green Acres is not so much a farm, as a place where the great big city of Los Angeles dumps just about all of its shit.

    By Yasha Levine , written on

    From the Oligarch Valley desk

  4. A Journey Through Oligarch Valley, Pt 2: Tejon Ranch (Exit 215) 

    Tejon Ranch shows how a small clique of lowkey aristocratic families continue to plunder California, all because one of their ancestors got here earlier than anyone else.

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    From the Oligarch Valley desk

  5. Today on Twitter: The US Ambassador and the fascists

    I’m writing my Surveillance Valley book, but I just can’t help but peer from time to time at the giant catastrophe taking place in my ancestral homeland of Ukraine.

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    From the War desk

  6. A journey through Oligarch Valley

    I head up California's I-5 to discover the putrid truth lurking beneath Central Valley.

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    From the Oligarch Valley desk

  7. The CIA helped sell a mapping startup to Google. Now they won't tell us why

    Agency denies my FOIA request, telling me they can "neither confirm nor deny" existence of documents explaining the deal.

    By Yasha Levine , written on

    From the Surveillance Valley desk

  8. "We got geeks": Inside Google's ugly war against the homeless in LA

    In Los Angeles, Google has a brilliantly simple plan to combat homelessness: Hire private security to harass and push the homeless out sight, and then make sure that the smelly bastards and their tents and carts never come back.

    By Yasha Levine , written on

    From the News desk

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