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"Lynne Stewart, The Struggle continues"

suzaka | Come to Court to Support Lynne Stewart
March 10, 2006 at 9:30 am
500 Pearl Street
New York, NY more...  0 Comments

U.S., Oman sign free-trade deal

posted by keeley | free marketeers continue the push into the middle east more...  0 Comments

A Soldier For Truth Has Fallen: In Memory of Specialist Doug Barber

Jay Shaft | Today I come to you with a heavy and troubled heart. I have the unfortunate task of giving you some very tragic news. Yesterday afternoon Specialist Douglas Barber, an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran, took his own life after struggling with the demons and nightmares of PTSD for over two years.

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NYCLU, Councilmember James, and Brooklyn Residents Unite for Forum on Housing, Policing, and Rights

Maggie Gram | The New York Civil Liberties Union and City Council member Letitia James will host a two-part community forum at a Fort Greene church tomorrow evening to tackle two issues of great relevance to area residents: housing and the police. more...  0 Comments

Private debt collectors go for outstanding taxes

posted by keeley | "Initially, the IRS will choose three agencies to collect back taxes... The agency later plans to increase the number of agencies, possibly selecting up to 12 across the nation..." The IRS claims this will improve collection of back taxes without drawbacs. For some of the holes in that theory, see "As Debt Collectors Multiply, So Do Consumer Complaints" By Caroline E. Mayer, Washington Post Thursday, July 28, 2005, at: more...  0 Comments

Pictures of the 1199 SEIU Rally on MLK Day

suzaka | Pictures of the SEIU Rally for Living Wages on MLK Day January 16, 2006 more...  0 Comments

Barbara Ehrenreich vs. Hillary Clinton

Daithí Mac Lochlainn | …from The New York Sun:

“A liberal author who has won national acclaim for her books about the working poor announced yesterday that she will oppose Senator Clinton's re-election bid and will campaign instead for a long-shot Democratic challenger, Jonathan Tasini...”
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Is NSA Spying a Case of China Business Blowback?

Dave Lindorff | Capitalism isn’t bringing freedom to China, but it does seem to be bringing totalitarian control systems back from China to the U.S. courtesy of American business. more...  0 Comments

Winnipeg: International Call to Action

road | The following is a call to join Winnipeg in opposing the occupation of
our city by an imperialist army, the Canadian Armed Forces. At the
bottom is an article from the Winnipeg Free Press with details of the
planned urban-warfare exercises. more...  0 Comments

The Gun is Smoking - 2004 Ohio Precinct-Level Exit Poll Data Show Virtually Irrefutable Evidence of Vote Miscount

National Election Data Archive | The National Election Data Archive (NEDA) is the first mathematical team to release a valid scientific analysis of the precinct-level 2004 Ohio presidential exit poll data. NEDA's analysis provides virtually irrefutable evidence of vote miscount. more...  2 Comments

US kills 18 Pakistani villagers on MLK weekend

ref | - United States airstrike on a Pakistani village... killed at least 18 civilians.
- 10,000 people chanting "Death to America" rallied on Sunday...
- Condoleezza Rice said al-Qaeda can't be treated "lightly."
- liberal and Islamic groups joined an anti-US protest in Karachi
- US peace groups silent?
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Remembering MLK: He Had a Dream

Antrim Caskey and Diane Krauthamer | In New York, a long line of people dressed in purple, the color of SEIU, wound around from the western edge of Central Park to its north end at 110th Street. The march began at Adam Clayton Powell and Central Park north and headed north to 125th street. Jumbo television screens at 125th Street broadcast the march and the speeches and performances that followed. The crowd was confined to the east side of the street by steel barricades that the police use so frequently now for large public gatherings.

Meanwhile, in New Orleans, energetic demands rang throughout the streets as a diverse group of residents were joined by out of town volunteers to protest attempted gentrification of the city, in the spirit of Martin Luther King Day. more...  3 Comments

Mindwalk 26: Torture For Profit

Upstart Radio America | Much resepect to David Letterman, aka The Big Guy. Followed by a taste of a 1973 Watergate hearing and a 60 Minutes story on the CIA's practice of "Rendition", covert kidnapping using private jets. Finally, Lewis Black to bring a positive and uplifting finale. more...  0 Comments

I Sitll Believe

Martin Luther King, Jr. | I refuse to accept the cynical notion that nation after nation must spiral down a militaristic stairway into the hell of nuclear annihilation. I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. This is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant. more...  0 Comments

Bosses to blame: Murder in coal mine

David Hoskins | As a result of this criminal negligence, twelve working class martyrs joined the ranks of their 100,000 coalmining brothers and sisters who have been killed since 1900. more...  0 Comments

Summary of info on "Operation Backfire": FBI's ELF/ALF witch hunt

anon | Below is a compilation of information relating to the recent arrests of eco/animal activists in the U.S. The sources are from the internet and court documents. I put it together because i felt like it would be helpful to have a place for people to read about the case as a whole, and about how to support the incarcerated activists. Also, it was clear that some important information wasn't getting out there enough. more...  2 Comments

Protesters outshout racist Minutemen coast to coast

Ruth Vela and Heather Cottin | The reactionary Minutemen group had called for Jan. 7 “Stop the Invasion” actions against immigrant workers in 19 states. But they brought out far more opponents than supporters. more...  9 Comments

a (Very Short) Honor Roll of House Members Who Are Standing Up for the Constitution

Dave Lindorff | While the representatives who have joined Rep. Conyers in calling for censure and for impeachment investigations of Bush and Cheney, the most remarkable thing about this little list is who is not on it. more...  1 Comments

The g-string: Alito’s Laws in Your Draw’rs (The Indypendent)

AMY WOLF | Privacy has come under attack in the United States and so will Roe v. Wade if Samuel Alito is confirmed as a Supreme Court justice. Alito has and will continue to carry out a reactionary moral vision. more...  3 Comments

History Repeats Itself in NSA Spy Scandal (The Indypendent)

In early February, Congress is expected to hold hearings to examine whether President Bush broke the law when he ordered the National Security Agency to conduct domestic spy operations inside the United States. New reports show that the Pentagon and FBI spied on Greenpeace, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee and Catholic Worker as well as anti-war protesters. more...  1 Comments

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