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News :: Social Welfare
A Funny Thing Happened on Jury Duty
08 Feb 2005
The first trial was for a man accused of selling crack - second offense -
and carrying a gun.
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News :: Media
Longer Tours Take Their Toll On Reservist, Guard Employers
08 Feb 2005
A story about the extended tours of duty for reservists and the affects on companies.
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News :: Politics
Film of Vote Suppression in Ohio Nov. 2
08 Feb 2005
Please realize that even with all of the voter suppression documented
in this film, Kerry was still ahead in the exit polls in the evening of
Nov. 2 - and in the early morning hours the voting machines needed
to be tweaked to give Bush the lead. That means Kerry actually
won by a large margin.
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LOCAL Commentary :: Human Rights
Who are these cops?
08 Feb 2005
METRO-LEC Inc. was the "police" force that occupied the Northeastern University area last night. Who the hell are they???
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Commentary :: Human Rights : International
08 Feb 2005
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LOCAL Announcement :: Education : Environment : International : Politics
Paul Watson, Founder of Greenpeace. Speaks on Thursday!
08 Feb 2005
Modified: 01:49:21 AM
Captain Paul Watson, Founder of Greenpeace, Greenpeace International, Friends of the Wolf, and Sea Shepard Conservation Society, will be speaking at Suffolk University this Thursday at 4:00pm. For Free Tickets, Contact Rob Laurent at sustudentsforpeaceandjustice (at)
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News :: Politics
Decoding Da Dubya Code
07 Feb 2005
<p id="issueinfo"><cite>Revolutionary Worker #1266</cite>, January
30, 2005, posted at</p>

<div class="intro">
<p><strong>Revolutionaries, reporters and film crews assembled on
Friday morning for a "Press Conference and Anti-Inaugural
Banquet." It was held near Howard University at Café
Manowaj, a cool and funky hang-out run by a crew of radical South
Africans. Steaming breakfast dishes (named for people’s
heroes and historical highpoints) soon appeared. Indymedia and RW
reporters tended to order Amandla eggs. The Fox-5 TV guy was all
over the Paris Commune French Toast. (His footage of our
red-flag-filled cowboy-hat stomping made the 5 o’clock news
that night.)</strong></p>

<p><strong>Sunsara Taylor:</strong> Are there any born-agains in the
house who are deep into biblical armageddon prophesies? No? In that
case, I first need to first walk you all through my ‘Armageddon
Crash Course for post-Enlightenment Thinkers’....</p>
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Commentary :: Human Rights : Media : Organizing : Politics
RCP Cries "Wolf" over Fascism
06 Feb 2005
Modified: 06:00:46 PM
A comment on RCP's current
"Battle for the Future" campaign:
Hysteria about "fascism" serves to hide
the essential role of the Democratic Party in
the political and economic system of imperialism
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News :: Globalization : International
Iran, the draft, and another &quot;New Pearl Harbor&quot;?
06 Feb 2005
Are the Bush Neo-cons setting the stage for *another* "New Pearl Harbor" attack on US interests--one that may dwarf September 11? The author of the following article thinks so. He thinks the attack is being planned to mobilize the US for ever more war and to ensure support for a military draft. And the article's footnote suggests the attack on US interests may hit a US city...and it may be nuclear.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Race
"Eyes on the Prize Part I: Awakenings 1954-1956," a free public showing
06 Feb 2005
Boston Radical Reference and Boston IMC present:

On the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 8th, at 6PM as part of Eyes on the Screen
nationwide will celebrate the struggle and triumph of the civil rights
movement with a screening of "Eyes on the Prize Part I: Awakenings
1954-1956." Copyright restrictions have kept it from the public for the
10 years.
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