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Communists plan picket of Australian Consulate

SISIUD | The New York City Branch of the Free People's Movement, an international communist organization, will picket the Australian Consulate at 4 PM on Monday, August 6, in response to the Australian governments recent campaign against Aboriginal Australians and its invasions and continued occupations of the Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste. more...  0 Comments

Holy Land Foundation: American Casualties of the “War of Terror”

Beth Freed | The Holy Land Foundation provided humanitarian services to families in Palestine and surrounding areas through Zakat (charity) committees when their assets were frozen in December 2001 by an executive order. Zakat, or charity, is one of the five pillars of faith in Islam. more...  0 Comments

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Fight Racism in New York City Hall - Protest Speaker Christine Quinn

Amadi Ajamu | Fight Racism & White Supremacy in New York City Hall
PROTEST NYC COUNCIL SPEAKER CHRISTINE QUINN - Hands Off Viola Plummer!

Thursday, August 9, 2007, 3pm - 6pm
Christine Quinn’s District Office, 224 West 30th Street (between 7th & 8th Aves), NYC more...  3 Comments

BUSH TO GO TO UN CLIMATE SUMMIT IN NYC - SEPT 24

SCORPIO | The Bush Administration confirmed that the president would attend a UN-sponsored leaders summit in NYC, Monday, September 24th. more...  3 Comments

Protesters demand Clinton change her position on the war

Alex Nathanson | Protesters demanded Clinton change her policy on Iraq and end the war on Monday, July 30. more...  2 Comments

A3: Deadline to Stop City from Smashing our Rights to TAKE PICTURES IN STREETS!

Independent Media Lover | We've got until Thursday, really, and i just found out about this on Friday. Sneaky bastards. Little by little, that's how they take 'em away. Little by little, very quietly and strategically. The most serious threat against OUR SAFETY is if we can't monitor police anymore. Now the terrorists have won. This is ridiculous; possibly a test to see how quickly we can mobilize? I guess we gotta play this stupid game now too, and MOBILIZE, again.

Press Release from Wed, not even a week ago, from pictureny.org, which lists 5 ways to ACT NOW, before Aug. 3rd. more...  4 Comments

Reviewing Michael Parenti's "Democracy for the Few" - by Stephen Lendman

Stephen Lendman | America's democracy works only for the privileged more...  0 Comments

Hilary Clinton and the right-wing

Vote who-you-agree-with Not the winning-horse | The right-wing likes Hillary b/c she's one of them? more...  0 Comments

Mayor of Morristown New Jersey Holds Anti-Immigrant Rally

Stanley W. Rogouski | Mayor of Morristown New Jersey Holds Anti-Immigrant Rally more...  21 Comments

Real reason for Haiti raid

JOHN YEWELL | Guy Philippe, the target of the raid, avoided capture and is now in hiding. He has since been heard on Haitian radio claiming hisattempted arrest was for political reasons.
Between his alleged drug affiliations and human rights abuses,Philippe has few friends in the government of current Haitian PresidentRene Preval or in the United States. But according to a report thisweek by Kevin Pina, writing for the Haiti Information Project, theremay be another explanation for the DEA grab.
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Sheehan and American's violation of human rights in Iraq.

John O'Hagan | Sheehan protested with a number of other groups at the UN here in New York. Her goal was to raise awareness of American violations of human rights violations in Iraq. more...  0 Comments

The political meaning of the conflict between Cindy Sheehan and the Democratic Party

David Walsh | The arrest of antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan along with several dozen others on July 23 in the office of Rep. John Conyers, Democratic congressman from Detroit, has a political significance that transcends the immediate event.

Sheehan and others had come to Conyers’ office in Washington to urge him to pursue impeachment proceedings against President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. In 2005-06, when the Democrats were in the minority in Congress, Conyers grandstanded on the issue, holding hearings that raised impeachment and introducing legislation seeking an impeachment inquiry into the launching of the Iraq war. more...  0 Comments

The Sum of Some Fears: PAUL KRUGMAN;Dozens of civilians die in Nato airstrikes +

PAUL KRUGMANTHE NEW YORK TIMES | KRUGMAN: The economic expansion that began in 2001 has yet to produce any significant gains for ordinary working Americans. And now it looks as if it never will.


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Families Worried That Cemetery Was Bulldozed By Mountaintop Removal

Coal River Mountain Watch | Citizens are outraged that a coal company may have bulldozed graves in a family cemetery dating from the 1700s. Catenary Coal, a subsidiary of St. Louis-based Arch Coal, bulldozed a road at the Stover Cemetery, and has a blasting drill set up next to it. Stover Cemetery, located approximately 30 miles Southeast of Charleston, is surrounded by Catenary's mountaintop removal site on Kayford Mountain. more...  1 Comments

Morristown Turning into Battle-Cry for Racists Across Northeast

Morristown Antifa | Pearson told the Daily Record, Morristown's newspaper, that he expects 200+ supporters to attend his anti-immigrant rally on the front lawn of City Hall, including members of white power neo-Nazi organizations such as the National Alliance and the white power website, Stormfront. Pearson denies he is a Nazi, but says he has heard about some "less savory" white power groups showing up. He expects anywhere from 200-1000 to attend. "I've been very happily surprised," Pearson told the Daily Record. "It has all been word of mouth and networking." more...  3 Comments

US Ports May Be under Attack

The POrt Observer | West Seatle: 34th district Democrats failed to endorse Gael Tarleton or Jack Block Jr. for position #2 for Seattle Port Commission on Wednesday July 11, 2007. Tarleton was poised to receive the endorsement but last minute revelations as to Tarleton's involvement with Science Applications International Incorporated (SAIC) seemed to galvanize new opposition and raised serious questions among district Democrats. Read the Port Observer breaking story - SAIC, Local Politics and Corporate Gain by Jeff Upthegrove. more...  0 Comments

Gloria Arroyo’s Economy: NOT WORKING

Freedom from Debt Coalition (FDC) | Today, Philippine President Gloria Arroyo will again address the Congress to give a report on the achievements of her government, and at the same time express her primary focus for the next year. As she did during her previous State of the Nation Address (SONA) speeches, she may yet again boast the economic feats of her administration, including the strengthening of the peso and the recent booming of the stock market.


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America: COUNTDOWN to DICTATORSHIP - only 23 days left!

Jefferson's Ghost | Bush Outlaws All War Protest In United States

Bush Executive Order: Criminalizing the Antiwar Movement
 http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=6377

Yet there is NOT ONE WORD of this in the MSM or Congress! Why not? more...  0 Comments

En Perú asoma la revolución proletaria

Grupo Germinal | ACABAR CON LA SUBCONTRATACIÓN Y LOS 'SERVICES' EN TODA LA ECONOMÍA
CONTRA EL GOBIERNO DEL APRA, CONTRA CUALQUIER GOBIERNO BURGUÉS DE RECAMBIO, POR UN GOBIERNO OBRERO Y CAMPESINO, BASADO EN ASAMBLEAS DE DELEGADOS CENTRALIZADAS, QUE PONGA EN MARCHA ESTE PROGRAMA more...  0 Comments

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