Zena el-Khalil, Electronic Intifada | Bombing the global village: Syrian Mubashir TV images of Israeli TV images of Israeli airforce bombcams showing the bombing of Beirut. In the Arab world — not to mention in Lebanon itself — people were glued to their television sets in horror at Israel's decimation of the civilian infrastructure. (EI) more... 1 Comments
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg | Despite the serious questions as to the effectiveness of random searches, the surveillance machine still pushes ahead. After all, DHS puts on a great show. more... 2 Comments
OnNYTurf | Norman Oder over at Atlantic Yard Report has an amazingly detailed wrap up of a public session ACORN hosted last night. The session was designed to inform people about the housing provisions in the Ratner plan for Atlantic Yards.
concerned | I’ve been following the news really closely the past two weeks and I’ve been surprised to see a serious lack of coverage about what is going on in the Middle East on the IMC newswire. In addition to this, I’ve been surprised that I haven’t been able to find out about any emergency actions/events happening in NYC to assist in putting a halt to Israel’s military actions. ||Pay No Attention to the Israeli Bombardment of Lebanon ||Israel Kills Palestinians with U.S. Weapons ||Coverage of June 16 Emergency Rally more... 7 Comments
Markin | Campaign 2006 is beyond fear and loathing. more... 2 Comments
IRISH FREEDOM COMMITTEE POW DEPT. | DEADLY DISEASE THREAT TO IRISH REPUBLICAN PRISONERS AT MAGHABERRY PRISON, OCCUPIED IRELAND
43 s t | In a shocking public gathering right wing zealots called for the bombing of the New York Times building on West 43rd Street from a protest directly across the street. New anti-terror measures were not invoked. Counter protesters were scarce.|| Additional Coverage and Photos more... 6 Comments
NYCISPES | On Monday, July 10, 2006, New Yorkers gathered outside the Salvadoran Consulate on Park Avenue between 36th & 37th streets to protest the recent wave of repression in El Salvador, particularly the airforce attacks on students and administrators and subsequent police occupation of the National University. Activists denounced the repression and the US State Department’s support for the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA). ILEA has been condemned by human rights activists in El Salvador and elsewhere for its controversial refusal to prohibit US military instructors from teaching civilian law enforcement policy, strictly prohibited in the Peace Accords signed by El Salvador and the US government in 1992. more... 2 Comments
Jessie Carpenter | On Thursday a handful of activits took the streets in protest of what is occuring on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola and the United States involvement. Although their numbers were small, their voices drew attention to a situation gravely neglected by the American press. more... 1 Comments
John Tarleton | From the squats of Berlin to life as a deckhand on a Central American banana boat to the perilous mountains of rebel Kurdistan to an exhausted, mud-soaked slice of Zapatista utopia, Clandestines: The Pirate Journals of an Irish Exile is a rollicking travelogue. Ryan knows the traveler’s secret of being open to the moment and trusting whatever it brings. His poignant tales of defeat, desolation, betrayal and lingering hope are told with both humor and a canny insight into the human spirit. more... 7 Comments
FluxRostrum | These 8 videos will give you a pretty good idea why someone might go AWOL ... and how. more... 1 Comments
Family and Friends of Daniel McGowan | The show will feature some of the most respected and prolific street artists working today, including the Barnstormer´s David Ellis, Banksy, Swoon, Borf, Chris Stain, Arofish, Kelly Burns, GoreB, Josh MacPhee, and MOMO, as well as veterans of the landmark political comics journal World War 3 Illustrated, including Eric Drooker, Seth Tobocman, Peter Kuper, Nicole Schulman, and Christopher Cardinale, as well as dozens of other participating artists. more... 0 Comments
Reform NY: The Brennan Center Blog | In yesterday's ruling upholding New York's ban on gay marriage, the State's highest court noted that its holding did not preclude the Legislature from extending "marriage or all or some of its benefits to same-sex couples."
Hillary Exter | Come to an evening with organizers from the New Orleans based Louisiana Workers Justice Center, including video and slide show, in their first New York visit: Friday, July 14th from 6:30 to 8 PM at Fordham Law School, 140 W 62nd St., NYC, Room 203 (flyer attached)
Ed Adelman | The boos from the crowd in Willimantic, CT were reserved for Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman, who may find himself a man without a party come August 8 for his ardent support for President Bush and the War in Iraq. more... 0 Comments
DMI Blog |
Speaking of liberty, though, how will America's over two million prisoners celebrate July 4th? In addition to those declared truths we hold to be self evident, it is equally evident that 2,085,620 people will be imagining a spectacular fireworks show from within their prison cells. How ironic --- and depressing --- that the country reputed for its love of liberty (symbolized by the Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Bell) "de-liberates" a greater percentage of its population than any other country in the world. [Read More]more... 1 Comments
Al Giordano | In a few days we will begin to see who is bullshiting and stonewalling, and what is the real story. The preliminary PREP results are not the official results. The official results can only come in an "acta" or act signed by the elections officials in each polling place, who are chosen by lottery from the citizenry, much like, say, a jury pool. It is a crime to tamper with an "acta." No legal punishment exists for sending in a false PREP report. more... 6 Comments
Walter C. Uhler | Appropriately, much has been made of the recent survey conducted by Foreign Policy and the Center for American Progress, which found that 84 percent (of the more than 100) of America's top foreign policy experts believed that the United States is not winning the war on terror. Not only do they dispute President Bush's insular and politically self-serving assertion that America is winning that war, they also "see a national security apparatus in disrepair and a government that is failing to protect the public from the next attack." [See "The Terrorism Index," July/August 2006]
Kazembe Balagun | Afro-Punk as a concept is embodied by Black people who openly embrace their identity and reject the status quo’s categorizations and stereotypes of Black people and culture.|www.indypedent.org | www.afropunk.com |www.bam.org| more... 1 CommentsPage 40 | Page 38
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