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Blinded by the Shite

finch | The critical fight today is against those who kill, maim, exploit and destroy the natural world. This is the fight of my/our lives; to lose this fight is to lose them all. Resist, oppose, and fight against those who would kill and destroy for personal gain and money. Our values are the enduring real values of life, clean air, water, food and a sustainable world for our children to inherit. Economic rationalism is the enemy of everything that is natural and balanced – economy is another word for catastrophe! Those who continue to espouse antiquated economic formulas of death, greed and destruction are those devoid of vision, the hollow people who cleave to redundant formulas that have clearly failed. They cling desperately to their ‘holy’ books in a futile effort to locate meaning for their failed vacuous existences. more...  0 Comments

The knives are out in the GOP: Where's Karl?

d.o. | Maybe the architect of the Bush regime, the "genius" all the rightwing pundits lauded all these years, has finally run out of gas more...  0 Comments

Eminem finally did it: Democrats win

Ideas For Action | If only Eminem (aka Slim Shady) had released his video a few months before the 2004 elections (instead of the few days before), we might have seen a very different result in Ohio. Well two years later people have finally gotten mr. shady's message. Not as if much is going to change with a new section of the US ruling class now in power of course. more...  2 Comments

rumsfeld just resigned

fyi | the democrats will not save us. that said, this sure doesn't hurt. more...  1 Comments

2007 NCOR Event Details & Call for Proposals

Bonnie | The National Conference of Organized Resistance is an annual event that brings together people from all backgrounds for a weekend of learning and discussing local and international social justice issues through workshops, panel discussions, and skillshares.

We are currently seeking workshop proposals for the 10th Annual NCOR, held March 9-11, 2007 at American University in Washington, D.C. more...  0 Comments

National Irish Freedom Committee's Interview with Sinn Fein President Ruairi O' Bradaigh

Brian Wardlow | Very informative interview of a lifelong Irish republican, and current president of Sinn Fein (republican). The interview will offer the viewer a remarkably accurate account from an inside prospective on the struggle for Irish freedom, and the promotion of Eire Nua, from an individual who has been involved with Irish Republicanism for half a century, most of it in a leadership capacity. more...  1 Comments

National Sweep: Just A Step Forward--But What a Step!

MyDD | National Sweep. Democrats take the national majority in the House, Senate, Governors, and State Legislatures. The only thing Republicans have left--Bush--still sports a sub-40% approval rating. more...  5 Comments

Brazil: PSDB's laboratory to new totalitarianism?

Paolo Manzzani | First and unique nation in the world that uses a fully digital electoral process that can't be verified, for proposition of M.G.'s Senator Eduardo Azeredo tries out to innovate now by becoming the pioneer in demanding identification and rates for internet users.

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Election 2006: Resisting The Voting Rights Rollback

Ula Kuras | Among the new voting requirements recently contested in courts are state-issued photo IDs and tight restrictions on voting registration drives. Proponents of such requirements tend to be conservative white Republicans who argue that tighter rules are essential for preventing voter fraud. However, critics say such laws will unfairly impact the poor, the elderly, the disabled, and college-age students, all of whom tend to vote more for the Democrats. more...  2 Comments

Election 2006: Penetrating The Voting Vortex

Erin Thompson | Google the terms “hiccup” or “glitch” along with the words “electronic voting equipment” and you’ll get some interesting insight into widespread chaos that could hit polling places this November. In primaries across the nation earlier this year, problems with newly implemented computer-based voting systems, often blamed on software “glitches” or election “hiccups,” caused voting results to be delayed, tallied incorrectly or reversed entirely. more...  2 Comments



Art of War : HBO’s Documentary re: E Voting

Larmee | HBO’s Documentary re: E Voting more...  0 Comments

Protest the killing at Huntingdon Life Sciences Protest CEO Andrew Baker 11-12-06

Win Animal Rights | Date/Time: Sunday, November 12, 2006 at 2:00 PM
Place: 279 Central Park W. (88 St.) - New York City
Home of: Andrew Baker, CEO of HLS more...  0 Comments

Friday @ Bluestockings: This is Forever Series: on Bolivia and the Multitude

the kids | This Friday at Bluestockigns the This is Forever: From Inquiry to Refusal Discussion Series presents a talk called "Can the Multitude Take the State? The Extraordinary Case of Bolivia". more...  0 Comments

Bush & Blair: The Iraq fantasy & Dutch denial

Henk Ruyssenaars & Patrick Cockburn | ''Neither will admit that Iraq is a disaster. But while their state of denial may cost votes in Washington and London, on the frontline in the Middle East, it continues to cost lives.'' And a stone faced Dutch PM can sit and listen to it and deny it all? All the time supporting the US junta's global war machine? more...  4 Comments

Using Fear In 2006 Campaign.

Elijah Gatewood | Why with a political party like the Republicans,
you do not need Freddy Kruger. more...  0 Comments

Minute by Minute from Today's Mega-March in Oaxaca

CML / Translators | The sixth mega-march in the City of Oaxaca demanding the resignation of Ulises Ruiz has begun. Radio Universidad is calling the people of Oaxaca to converge at the Benito Juarez monument at the Viguera intersection. more...  0 Comments

CUNY Profession Staff Congress (PSC) to Protest Oaxaca Repression, Monday, Nov. 13

CUNY-PSC | On Monday, November 13 at 4:30 PSC members are invited to join other unionists and teachers in a demonstration at the Mexican Consulate to demand an end to violent repression of teachers, strikers and other working people in Oaxaca. more...  0 Comments

Sedition and Popular Media

Kingfisher | Conservative (far right) ‘governments’ – presentation marionettes of Corporate and Financial interests – have unanimously implemented “new sweeping” (slogan) anti-terrorist and sedition laws to constrain or otherwise stifle dissent and opposing ‘views’. Conservatives can always be relied upon to implement the most lacklustre ‘solutions’. In characteristic mode they have all resorted to Legislation in a futile attempt to silence dissenting and protesting ‘voices’. Legislation has always been the refuge of all scoundrel governments and inept politicians. Nevertheless, the popular media remains unaffected by the new laws and continues to demonise, misrepresent, distort and omit details in order to present a ‘tailored reality’ to the public. Circumventing the ‘new sweeping laws’ is child’s play for any journo, analyst, artist or professional media manufacturer/fabulator/fabricator – WHY? more...  0 Comments

Vote to Bring the Troops Home; Green Row G; Hawkins for Senate; McCourt for Governor

Howie Hawkins | Don’t waste your vote this November. Vote for change the status quo instead. It is clear that the Democratic ticket is going to win a landslide. Vote to send a message for peace, for environmental protection, for universal health care by vote for the Green Party on Row 5. If the Greens get 50,000 votes for Governor, we win the right to be an official party in New York State. more...  0 Comments

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