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Bobby Meade | 12.14.2007
..Drag it out and break it!" That was Ken Kesey in Sometimes a Great Notion. Try to find any record of this quote anywhere!
Stephen Lendman | 12.14.2007
FCC proposal will harm independent journalism.
Stewart A. Alexander | 12.13.2007
Peace and Freedom Party and Socialist Party USA fully support protecting the rights of working class people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border and both socialist parties oppose building border walls. All the 2008 candidates, from the two socialist parties, favor strengthening ties with Mexico and developing policy that will benefit working people in both countries and worldwide.
posted by F Espinoza | 12.13.2007
Contradictions Abound in Cuban Five Case
posted by F Espinoza | 12.12.2007
AT 44 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the war in Iraq and the Bush family saga have magnified the need to declassify documents related to the November 22, 1963 attack that affected not only the United States but, to a surprising degree, Cuba, and the rest of the world.
Homeless Memorial Day Committee | 12.12.2007
Join us to commemorate Homeless Memorial Day Thursday, December 20, 2007, City Hall-Dilworth Plaza, 4:30-5:30pm
Philippine Alliance of Human Rights Advocates | 12.11.2007
Hers is a Morally Bankrupt Government with Distorted Human Rights Values!
Malacañang’s (Presidential Palace) cash gifts, for whatever fabricated excuses and delayed explanations, has exposed the governance of Ms. Gloria Arroyo as morally bankrupt.
GI Joe | 12.11.2007
Our troops fighting an unjust war of aggression, in which our troops have killed thousands of civilians, in Iraq and Afghanistan are war criminals, and should be criticized.
Stephen Lendman | 12.11.2007
Relentless media bashing of Hugo Chavez
Captain Eric H. May | 12.09.2007
Captain Eric H. May, the Internet intelligence writer, finds much cause for optimism in the 2007 NIE, which has undermined the Bush administration's plans for war on Iran. Could it be that US intelligence is working for the American people again, and not the neocon agenda?