War & Peace
Alex Gould | On Friday August 12, Arizona governor Bill Richardson, a Democrat, declared a state of emergency in the counties bordering Mexico. On Monday, Janet Napolitano, the Democratic governor of Arizona, declared a similar emergency in her state. The California legislature is debating a similar declaration. Usually associated with disasters such as floods and earthquakes, these state of emergency declarations are being issued to get 3.25 million dollars in federal funds to increase the militarized policing of the US-Mexico border. more... 2 Comments
Lloyd Hart | "Why hasn't Karl Rove resigned?" seems to be the question written on the faces of all my liberal friends as they walk around Martha's Vineyard this summer in a conscious stupefied form of denial I have literally never seen before. more... 0 Comments
Kari Lydersen | Mejia, the son of famous Sandinista protest singer Carlos Mejia Godoy (of Nicaragua), served nine months in solitary confinement for refusing to go back to Iraq after a stint there with the Florida National Guard. He was the first US
924 | Legal info, t-shirts, wheat paste formula etc. on the web more... 1 Comments
ISM Palestine | With the deluge of coverage about Israel's "disengagement" from Gaza, it's easy to be lulled into the idea that the "road map" to peace in the region is moving ahead and that the occupation is nearing some sort of conclusion. It's important to keep in mind the information offered in this fact sheet.
firstname.lastname@example.org | A new and highly acclaimed film, "Peace Propaganda and the Promised Land", will explore what the news media reports when it comes to the Middle East. Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land compares U.S./international media coverage, and reveals how U.S. coverage distorts the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Interviewees include Seth Ackerman, Rabbi Arik Ascherman, Hanan Ashrawi, Noam Chomsky, Alisa Solomon, and Gila Svirsky.
bike ninja | STILL WE RIDE!
Matt Parker/People's Weekly World | CRAWFORD, Texas – Cindy Sheehan’s roadside vigil has reverberated in towns and cities around the nation and even through the gates of President Bush’s ranch here. Vowing to trail the president back to Washington at the end of his vacation, this 48-year-old mother, whose son Casey died in Iraq last year, has voiced what a growing number of Americans are thinking, judging by the latest polls: Bush’s Iraq war is a cruel failure, based on lies, and it’s time to end it. more... 0 Comments
Foreign Press Foundation | 'Convenient' heart attack of mother gets Sheehan off Bush's back: there's certainly no conspiracy - it's only facts we don't have yet. Facts like this MSNBC poll showing 94% of the people thinking that Bush with his cabal's pack of lies steered the United States into the Iraq war disaster. more... 0 Comments
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg | I was recently hired by a progressive publisher in New York to put together a book called 10 excellent reasons not to join the army. I'm writing to request authors for three of those chapters.
Dave Lindorff | After two and a half years of ignoring the deaths and maimings, the American public—and the American media—are waking up to the Iraq nightmare and are turning against the president. more... 0 Comments
CHUCKMAN | LEFT IN THE DUST more... 0 Comments
Todd and others |
The vigil was still in place as of 1:00am Thursday.
Reports from the first night of the vigil:
For those wanting to take it a step further, Clayton Halllmark offers a Protestor's Guide to Bush Ranch in Crawfordmore... 1 Comments
militantsmiles | Anarchist and political folk music thurs, Aug 18th at the LI Freespace. more... 0 Comments
Messenger | by Martin Sieff, UPI Senior News Analyst
Socialist Party USA | THE SOCIALIST PARTY USA ENDORSES THE SEPTEMBER ACTION COLLECTIVE and its call to action. The National Action Committee (NAC) of the Socialist Party, USA has endorsed the September Action Collective, its information clearinghouse (septemberACTION.org) and its call for four days of direct action during the anti-war and global justice mobilizations on the weekend of September 23-26, 2005.
Brian Covert / Independent Journalist | On the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II, an appeal for international action for peace through Article 9, the war-renouncing clause of the Constitution of Japan.... more... 0 Comments
Troops Out Now | Camp Casey NYC more... 2 Comments
Clayton Halllmark | Whether you’re a Friend of Cindy Sheehan, a tourist, or a history buff, it's fun to sneak a peak at the president's Crawford, Texas, Ranch -- aka the Texas White House, or (to locals like Larry Mattlage) Prairie Chapel Ranch. Larry Mattlage is a not-too-happy neighbor of George Bush and, now, Cindy Sheehan. He really is a good guy, a Texan who wants to be left alone but is caught in the middle. More about Larry Mattlage later. To Cindy Sheehan, God bless you. We all have grieved, though most of us not for a relative killed in Iraq. We grieve with Cindy Sheehan. Since President Bush has no time for Cindy Sheehan, here is a sneak peek for her of where Bus should meet her. more... 1 CommentsPage 5 | Page 3
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