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Troops Out Now Coalition Rallies Anti-War Forces in Times Square

K. Cyr | The sounds of protest at Times Square rose above the din of taxi horns and emergency sirens that usually fill the air during the afternoon rush hour. || Photos 1 more...  3 Comments

All the President’s Enablers: PAUL KRUGMAN - Bush Enablers +

PAUL KRUGMAN - THE NEW YORK TIMES | KRUGMAN: President Bush has plenty of enablers — people who understand the folly of his actions, but refuse to do anything to stop him.

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The Jew Christian Muslim Song hits the airwaves this Saturday, July 21st

Mariam Muradian for CC Arshagra | WZBC Boston News Radio first to air The Jew Christian Muslim Song,
the jingle of a song which confronts hate and religiously justified genocide, torture, and war;
premiering Saturday July 21, 2007 on “Sounds Of Dissent” with Host, John Grebe.
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nazis in the northeast: what are we gonna do?

autonomous antifascist | list of upcoming fascist white supremacist get-togethers in the northeast (NH, MA and PA). what are we gonna do about it? more...  1 Comments

Troops Out Now Rally at U.S. Armed Forces Recruiting Station

K. Cyr | photographs from July 16 Rally more...  0 Comments

Protest In Front Of The Israeli Consulate - Today And Every Thursday

adalah | Don't allow the Quartet and Israel to continue their policy of destruction towards the people of Palestine. Come to the protest and learn how to get involved in the movement to boycott, divest from and sanction Israel. more...  0 Comments

Plan Iraq - Permanent Occupation

Stephen Lendman | Washington came to Iraq to stay more...  0 Comments

Images from the Frontlines of the Battle for Oaxaca, July 16, 2007 (3)

Michael GW | On July 16, in the streets of Oaxaca, police attacked an unarmed crowd, sparking pitched battles (Part 3 of 3) more...  1 Comments

Images from the Frontlines of the Battle for Oaxaca, July 16, 2007 (2)

Michael GW | On July 16, in the streets of Oaxaca, police attacked an unarmed crowd, sparking pitched battles (Part 2 of 3) more...  0 Comments

Images from the Frontlines of the Battle for Oaxaca, July 16, 2007 (1)

Michael GW | On July 16, in the streets of Oaxaca, police attacked an unarmed crowd, sparking pitched battles (Part 1 of 3) more...  3 Comments

How to resume formal talks and have ceasefire in the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations

AJLPP-New York | The Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) must address and resolve beforehand certain prejudicial questions raised by the National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDFP) in order to resume the formal talks in the GRP-NDFP peace negotiations. In this regard, the GRP must do the following: It must stop the extrajudicial killings, abductions, tortures, mass displacement of more than one million people and other human rights violations perpetrated by the reactionary armed forces. It must declare that it is against the "terrorist" blacklisting of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), New People’s Army (NPA) and the NDFP chief political consultant. It must indemnify the victims of human rights violations during the Marcos fascist regime. If the GRP wants to have a ceasefire during the peace negotiations, it must come to terms with the NDFP on the basis of the 10-point Concise Agreement for an Immediate Just Peace proposed by the NDFP and must agree with the NDFP on how to accelerate the forging of comprehensive agreements on social, economic and political reforms in order to address the root causes of the armed conflict. more...  0 Comments

House OKs Plan to Withdraw U.S. Troops

Casey S | When should American troops withdraw from Iraq? more...  0 Comments

What Is To Be Done?

John O'Hagan | Support for the war has dwindled to a minority. Unfortunately, the government is not listening, and protests are being proven as ineffective. If the antiwar movement wants to succeed, it is time to go from protest to resistance, and put pressure on Congress. more...  1 Comments

CPP restates openness to resumption of peace talks

CPP Media Bureau | The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today reiterated its continuing openness to resuming stalled formal peace talks with the Arroyo regime "or any government, for that matter, as long as it is genuinely interested in pursuing peace negotatiations." The CPP likewise said that it is also open to a ceasefire but only after important prejudicial questions have been resolved and key agreements have been resolved in principle. more...  0 Comments

Protest against Petraeus's troop surge.

Alex Nathanson | A protest made up of about 200 people took place outside of the Times Square recruiting station on Monday, July 16th. more...  2 Comments

Irish Congress of Trade Unions calls for Israel Goods boycott and divestment

Trade Union Friends of Palistine | "In voting for the motions Conference has not only brought to the attention of the world the massive and enduring injustices being carried out by the Israeli state and by those who collude with it — companies such as Caterpillar and Irish Cement Roadholdings — but it has also authorized the leadership of the Irish trade union movement to undertake a wide range of measures to oppose such oppressive actions and to register its solidarity." more...  0 Comments

Debauchery and fraud. Self proclaimed "Immigrant Crime Fighter" and "President o

Jon Brenner | Con artist scams thousands of dollars from illegal immigration opponents, using the money to line his pockets and try to gain notoriety at the expense of illegal immigrations supporters and opponents. more...  0 Comments

Desperate Plight of African Refuges - Wednesday Talk in Manhattan

Felton Davis | Sr. Amelie who works with refugees in Africa will give a talk this coming Wednesday at the Holy Name Center in Manhattan. more...  0 Comments

More NeoCrazy Media Sycophancy

Gordon Prather | ""The Sixth Conference notes the reaffirmation by the nuclear-weapon states of their commitment to the United Nations Security Council resolution 984 (1995) on security assurances for non-nuclear-weapon states parties to the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons."

What assurances are those?

Well, basically Russia and China, as well as France and the United Kingdom, will "provide immediate assistance" to Iran if it "is a victim of an act, or an object of a threat of, aggression in which nuclear weapons are used."

How do you like them apples?"
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Don’t Laugh at Michael Chertoff: FRANK RICH - Chertoff’s 'Truth' +

FRANK RICH - THE NEW YORK TIMES | RICH: It is our own government’s vacation from reality this summer that should make us very afraid.

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