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Bush's Iraq War Escalation Provokes Growing Opposition

Between the Lines' Melinda Tuhus | Bush's Iraq War Escalation Provokes Growing Opposition~Interview with Chris Toensing, editor of Middle East Report, conducted by Scott Harris more...  0 Comments

Cold Warriors Shift Ground on Nuclear Weapons

David Krieger | The truth that if we are to have a human future the US must lead the way in abolsihing nuclear weapons has been frequently ridiculed and violently opposed. This truth may now be entering the stage of being self-evident. more...  0 Comments

Break with the "peace" popular front

Fred Bergen | ************************************************
Peace parades can't stop the surge and slaughter
Answer imperialist war with class war

To the union members marching on January 27: Turn your anti-war contingent on Saturday into an anti-war picket line on Monday! more...  3 Comments

The donkey won't fly: How to end the war, for real

Yosef M. | ************************************************
Peace parades can't stop the surge and slaughter
Answer imperialist war with class war

The Goodyear strike shows that US workers and the peoples of Iraq face a common enemy, the exploiting class of capitalists in the US, those who own and control everything, including their political puppets in the White House and Congress. more...  2 Comments

Overflow Crowd Turns Out for Beaver St. Antiwar Lecture

Hannah Vahl | An overflowing crowd gathered at the 16 Beaver St. cultural space Wednesday night to listen to a pair of radical scholars discuss the future of the U.S. occupation of Iraq. The length of the question-and-answer session, which evolved into a way for audience members to express their own frustrations and concerns with the situation in Iraq and American leadership and the need to create grassroots opposition, made the event more than a lecture. Anthony Arnove || Michael Schwartz || Jan. 27 March on Washington more...  2 Comments

The Democrats are not about to change their pro-war line, so when will the anti-war movement change their pro-Democrat l

Roy Rollin | All of the leading lights of the Democratic Party have made it quite clear that they will never cut off funding to the war in Iraq (let alone to the "good" war in Afghanistan) or even considering impeaching Bush. more...  0 Comments

Renowned Mexican Human Rights lawyer Joins Brad Will Case

Brad Will Family (posted by friends in NYC) | The Will family is pleased to have the renowned Mexican human rights lawyer, Miguel Angel de Los Santos Cruz, join the cause for justice in the case of Bradley Roland Will's death.

Brad, a New York based photojournalist and activist, was shot and killed in Oaxaca, Mexico last October 27th while videotaping the turmoil in the Mexican State. Although two government-affiliated suspects were initially held for the murder, they were released by Oaxacan state authorities in late November on claims of insufficient evidence. A number of human rights groups have questioned the legitimacy of the state investigation and are calling for the case to be moved to the federal level.
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Barricade the War Machine in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Organizing Group | Friday, March 2, will be a day of civil disobedience and direct action against the war machine in Pittsburgh. The main action will be an attempt to barricade the National Robotics Engineering Center, a branch of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) that develops robotic vehicles and weapons delivery systems for the U.S. Army and Marines. more...  0 Comments

(Video) Nablus: IOF-operation in the old city

a-films | Around 2 o'clock in the morning, dozens of jeeps and a bulldozer approached the old city of

Nablus from several directions. The IOF sourrounded a house in al-Qisariyye neighborhood,

targetting the two activists Amin Lubadi and Sophian Qandil. However, the two weren't there

and no arrests could be made. more...  1 Comments

Libby’s Trial Crafted to Protect Bush-Cheney Gang

William Hughes | Instead of going after the cabal that lied the country into the Iraqi War, Special Counsel, Patrick J. Fitzgerald, focused on only one defendant, Irving “Scooter” Libby. He also made sure no conspiracy count was utilized in the indictment against him. V.P. Dick Cheney will not testify at Libby’s trial. Fitzgerald, who has close ties to Rudy Giuliani, will continue to make sure that nothing comes out to hurt the interests of the Bush-Cheney Gang. more...  0 Comments

Massive Anti-war March Planned for Jan 27 in DC

Pat Elder for UFPJ |, National Organization for Women, Labor Unions Mobilize Members; Buses and vans coming from 30 states and 111 Cities more...  14 Comments

Spc. Doug Barber: One Year After His Tragic Suicide-Unaired Interviews

Jay Shaft | Two previously unreleased audio interviews with Spc. Douglas Barber, who served in Iraq with the Ohio National Guard. Released to commemorate the one year anniversary of his suicide due to untreated PTSD and overwhelming mental trauma.

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Demands For Media Justice Echo Dr. Martin Luther King’s Calls for Equality and in Memphis

Robin Andersen | Media makers, critics, journalists, artists and organizers converged on Memphis over the weekend and their demands for media justice and equal representation echoed across the balcony of the Lorraine Motel, where a museum memorializes Doctor Martin Luther King’s struggle for civil rights. In the city where the besieged Dr. King’s voice would not be silenced, but forever amplified after his death, a cacophony of voices reconverged to challenge a media behemoth as oppressive now as the forces of inequality he decried then with such vigor and efficacy. more...  0 Comments


Win Animal Rights | Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007 - Meet at Lexington Avenue and 86th Street at 4:00 PM
Sunday, Jan. 21, 2007 - Meet at Lexington Avenue and 86th Street at 4:00 PM

***Join us for a vegan dinner at a local restaurant after the demos*** more...  2 Comments

Jan 27 DC March: Contingent for Justice in the Middle East: Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon

Adalah-NY | Connecticut United for Peace (CTUP), and Adalah-NY: The Coalition for Justice in the Middle East are calling for a national contingent to march against the occupation of Iraq, against the occupation of Palestine, against the attacks on Lebanon, against attacks and other aggressions on Iran and Syria, and for justice in all of the Middle East. more...  0 Comments

Two Thousand and six...six...six...

bg hatchet |

By Bill Gallagher
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Images: Martin Luther King Day in Times Sq.

fred askew | Martin Luther King Day in Times Sq.

Photographs: more...  0 Comments

Six Free Political songs

Lawrence McGuire | Original protest songs available for free download more...  0 Comments

Larry Everest speaks on the war in Iraq @ Revolution Books Tues 1/16

dola | Revolution Books Presents: more...  0 Comments

Criminal Empire

Kingfisher | Move over Mafia, Cocaine cartels, Russian, Balkan, Cuban groups, Triads and numerous other criminal organisations – the U.S. State is taking over! Today, the methodologies of the American State cannot be distinguished from the methods of organised crime. The latest executions of Saddam’s cronies and the newly signed deal to allow American Oil Companies unprecedented access and open slather exploitation of Iraqi Oil reserves leave little doubt regarding the real intentions of the illegal invasion. The Washington line of spreading ‘liberty’ and ‘democracy’ will go down in history as a feeble and transparent charade. Nevertheless, America has proven that caveman tactics of brute force and mindless violence (over 655,000 dead) succeed in satisfying immediate needs. It has also become apparent that the USA is unable to see the untenability of its actions in the long term – America has failed to assess the real costs of its morally bankrupt actions! more...  0 Comments

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