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Commentary :: International
Should Hugo Chavez/Venezuelan Gov.—Pay U.S. Citizens’ Illegal-Drug Rehab Costs?
20 Jul 2008
If police agencies’ allegations against Hugo Chavez are proven true, shouldn’t Hugo Chavez and/or the Venezuelan Government reimburse the U.S. Government and its states for past and current costs of treating/rehabilitating American Cocaine Addicts?
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Review :: Human Rights : Politics : War and Militarism
The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder
20 Jul 2008
Former L.A. County District Attorney Vincent Bugliosi has written a book outlining how to bring murder charges against President George W. Bush after the president leaves office. This article reviews Bugliosi's arguments.
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Commentary :: Social Welfare
Army drills by shooting live pigs
20 Jul 2008
Modified: 10:31:15 AM
Army drills by shooting live pigs
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News :: Race
Prison and Drug Economy Expert Catherine Austin Fitts on
19 Jul 2008
catherine-austin-fitts2.jpgInner Workings of the Parasitic Economy

This week on Solidarity Not Charity Penny Hess will interview Catherine Austin Fitts, former Wall Street investment banker and Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under the administration of George Herbert Walker Bush.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Torture As Official US Policy
19 Jul 2008
America's darkest hour.
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News :: War and Militarism
19 Jul 2008
An impressive medley of military officers join Captain Eric H. May in alerting the public to the danger of Bush administration foul play in the upcoming terror drills Noble Resolve and Diablo Bravo.
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News :: International : Media
The Shortwave Report 7/18/08 Listen Globally!
17 Jul 2008
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.
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Commentary :: International : Labor : Organizing : Politics : War and Militarism
What Will It Take to Defeat the War?
17 Jul 2008
On June 28-29, an “Open National Antiwar Conference” was held in Cleveland, called by a newly minted National Assembly to End the Iraq War and Occupation. Over objections from the conference organizers, centrally Socialist Action, the assembly voted to change the name to include reference to the war on Afghanistan, and to emphasize the connection with U.S. backing for the Zionist occupation of Palestine. (The sponsors of the confab were so right-wing that they feared losing “unity” with Democratic Party supporters of Israel and the Afghanistan war!) What did not change at all was the popular-front character of the new outfit, tying it to the bourgeois parties despite the fig leaf of electoral “independence.” Making this utterly clear, it was decided not to call a national antiwar mobilization prior to the November elections explicitly in order to court those forces who wish to aid the Democrats (and therefore want to avoid making problems for the presumptive Democratic nominee, Barack Obama). Here is the leaflet issued by the Internationalist Group at the conference.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Drought and Israeli Policy Threaten West Bank Water Security
17 Jul 2008
Inadequate West Bank water.
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LOCAL Announcement :: War and Militarism
Aug 2: Protest Military Recruiters!!!
17 Jul 2008
Protest against military recruiting center at the Boston Common
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