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Announcement :: Labor
IWW 1905 Founding Convention Now On-line
18 Jan 2005
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), the Marxist Internet Archive (MIA) has put together the papers of the Founding Convention of the IWW in a special section of the MIA. You should definitely check it out.
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News :: Organizing
Thousands to converge on DC to protest inauguration
18 Jan 2005
President George W. Bush will face a sea of protesters from all over the country when he is inaugurated Jan. 20.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Environment
JP Community Education Project needs organizing help...
18 Jan 2005
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News :: International
Nasty Israelis Give Money To Arabs For Their Holiday
18 Jan 2005
Child Allowance Payments for Israeli Arabs Advanced For Eid al-Adha
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News :: International
Yushchenko's order to clear Tent City presents no deadline
18 Jan 2005
Modified: 07:51:02 AM
Protesters in Tent City decide to await the inauguration of Yushchenko before clearing the grounds, since the document ordering the dismantling of Tent City has no deadline.
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Announcement :: International
Ukrainian Protest Coalition: We Stay until Inauguration
17 Jan 2005
Despite Yushchenko's recall of protest in Tent City, a coalition of activists declares to remain on the ground until inauguration.
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LOCAL News :: Politics
Local Military Recruiters are Issuing Fake Diplomas to Boost Recruitment
17 Jan 2005
Modified: 11:32:06 PM
An acquaintance of mine recently provided a bit of "shock and awe" by announcing that he had joined the army.
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News :: Politics
The Explosion of the 9-11 Truth Movement -- U.S. Media's Dirty Little Secret by Bill Douglas, Co-Founder -National;
17 Jan 2005
A mass movement and a mountain of disturbing evidence has been growing beneath the radar of U.S. media. The U.S. media (including alternative media) has done an extraordinarily superhuman job of "hearing" "seeing" and "speaking no evil." However, almost immediately after 9-11-2001's horrendous attacks on New York and Washington D.C., many researchers, ordinary citizens, and journalists [who've been given precious little print in U.S. papers or TV] began to smell something rotten . . . not in Denmark . . . but rather, right here in the good ol' US of A.
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Commentary :: Human Rights : International
Let's Move! An Appeal to the Global Conscience
17 Jan 2005
To those who consider the war in Iraq a mistake but still fear the consequences of military withdrawal, we ask these questions: when will enough be enough? If not now, when?
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News :: Politics
See No Evil: What Bush Didn't (Want To) Know About 9/11 by Greg Palast
17 Jan 2005
On my BBC television show, Newsnight, an American journalist confessed that, since the 9/11 attacks, U.S. reporters are simply too afraid to ask the uncomfortable questions that could kill careers: "It's an obscene comparison, but there was a time in South Africa when people would put flaming tires around people's necks if they dissented. In some ways, the fear is that you will be neck-laced here, you will have a flaming tire of lack of patriotism put around your neck," Dan Rather said. Without his makeup, Rather looked drawn, old and defeated in confessing that he too had given in. "It's that fear that keeps journalists from asking the toughest of the tough questions and to continue to bore in on the tough questions so often."
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