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Residents of Savoy Park in Harlem targets of harrasment by landlords

John O'Hagan | Residents of Savoy Park protested on Lennox ave and 59th street on Monday, in front of the offices of their landlord.
Residents have accused the landlords of a campaign of harassment to drive them out of the building, so that the landlords
can build condos in there place. more...  3 Comments

Support for House Resolution 618 on Afro-Colombians!!

Jeanne | H. Res. 618, a bipartisan resolution introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman Donald M. Payne, sends the message that the United States honors and supports Afro-Colombians who live in precarious situations. It urges the United States and Colombia to take steps to respect the cultural, territorial, and human rights of Afro-Colombian communities. more...  0 Comments

Images from NYC Taxi Workers' Strike, Take Two

Michael Gould-Wartofsky | The New York City Taxi Workers' Alliance staged the second strike of the fall today. Thousands of cab drivers idled their cars and came out to the picket lines, united behind the demand "No GPS, Yes to Health Care." These images are from the mass strike rally today outside 40 Rector Street, home of the City's Taxi and Limousine Commission. more...  4 Comments

Taxi Drivers Second Strike Deemed More Successful

John O'Hagan | Taxi drivers demand the halt of GPS units being installed in cabs, as well as union recognition. The New York Taxi Workers Alliance has taken the GPS issue to federal court. more...  0 Comments

Rating Agencies and Prophets

Klaus Anders | Some think rating agencies inevitably take the side of their patrons - to the burden of those who buy these "financial products" in good faith in the objective judgment of the auditors. Of course, the agencies do not accept liability. more...  0 Comments

A Piece of the Reality That Pushes Mexican Immigrants Up North

Jennifer Truskowski | causes of emigration from mexico to u.s. .

On Sunday, October 14, 2007, representatives of 14 different collectively-owned communities (called “ejidos” in Spanish) gathered to discuss what to do about the government excessively charging them for their electric consumption. About 150 representatives of various communities packed the huge warehouse in the municipality of Benemerito in southern Chiapas, a sticky, hot tropical area very close to the Guatemalan border. more...  2 Comments

Native Americans/Hemp/Sustainability "Standing Silent Nation" film screening

White Plumes | Tue Oct 23 7PM film "Standing Silent Nation" at Solidarity Center 55 West 17th Street #5C (5th/6th Ave)
Debra & Alex White Plume will be at screening for Q & A (Question & Answer)

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Promised Social Change in Ecuador

Stephen Lendman | Hope for social change in Ecuador more...  0 Comments

A Hundred and Fifty Years Later and Marx Still Prevails

Richard Mellor | Marx Was Right But Don’t Tell Them more...  41 Comments

Government Sanctioned Bombing of Appalachia from

antrim caskey | From Full Article can be viewed here: more...  1 Comments

Social Economies and Political Conflicts

Jorg Huffschmid | Most of our serious social, ecological and economic problems can only be solved bottom-up with the insight and will of concerned citizens. The challenge consists in a radical democratization of the economy. Resistance and a broad mobilization against the policy of neoliberalism are essential and ultimately decisive. more...  0 Comments

For a Future of Solidarity and Justice

Reinhard Gaede | The European social model is an alternative to the American mini-welfare state. The irrationality of finance capitalism appears in that the stock price rises while the value of labor falls. The economy produces more every year with fewer persons. Work is not a commodity. Labor is shamelessly robbed of its rights and dignity. more...  0 Comments

Arctic Sea Ice heading for Rapid Disintegration: Greenland Ice Sheet melting

Takver - Sydney Indymedia | Arctic summer sea ice is headed towards rapid disintegration as early as 2013, a century ahead of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) projections, according to recent scientific literature, placing additional warming pressure on the Greenland Ice Sheet which is likely to result in catastrophic changes in sea level of 5 metres or more in the next 100 years. more...  0 Comments

The Laborers in the Vineyard and the Reversal of all Order

Reinhard Gaede | Because the murmurers envied the gifted, they also misunderstood and insulted the employer. A new perspective for the world of work is offered in Jesus' parable. How can the unemployed be given a chance? The life of the narrator was a life of kindness based on the right of goodness. more...  0 Comments

Building Bridges Radio Monday: Michael Moore's SICKO

Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenbeg | WBAI Radio's Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report
Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash
Monday, October 8 , 2007, 7 - 11 p.m. EST, over 99.5 FM
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Submissiveness Toward Finance Markets

Gustav Horn | Finance market transactions must be made more expensive. Finance market critics warn of a casino capitalism given the inflated finance sphere. Are businesses only objects of speculation for global investment capital? more...  0 Comments

"Capitalism and Freedom" Exposed

Stephen Lendman | The dark side of Milton Friedman's economics more...  0 Comments

"Top City Produce" Workers Locked Out

Worker Freedom | October 03, 2007

PICKET PLANNED SATURDAY, OCT 6 AT 5:30 AM more...  0 Comments

New skill-sharing, free help and community building web-site has just launched

Saoirse | When you become a member of the freeconomy community, not only do you get jobs done for free, you also get to learn new skills, teach fellow freeconomists your skills and in the process meet loads of really great people
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U.S. Democrats Still Weak and Useless!

Peter Stern | U.S. Democrats Still Weak and Useless!
The Bush administration's policies, goals, objectives and direction will remain an American staple for many years.

While both houses of the U.S. Congress have slight Democrat majorities, they are not sufficient to change the Bush administration's foreign and domestic policies --- even if the Democratic Party wanted to make any changes.

Without a 2/3 majority, Bush may still veto any bill or resolution without any retribution. Hence, the Democrats can NOT override successfully ANY Bush veto.

In other words, without such a majority and a real commitment from the Democratic Party, American citizens will remain deep within the muck and corruption of the current administration's haphazard direction for many years to come and our grandchildren will continue to pay the bulk in lost lives, freedoms and tax dollars for our poor judgment.


Peter Stern, 16700 FM 1826, Driftwood, TX 78619, 512-858-0488

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