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News ::
04 Jul 2004
Modified: 09:11:53 AM
QUOTE - US SENATOR KERRY: ''MY PRO-ISRAEL VOTING RECORD IS SECOND TO NONE." "In the policy paper, which has not been released publicly, Kerry outlines clear, strongly worded positions on several issues important to the American Jewish community.
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Commentary :: Environment
BTL:Symbolic Transfer of Power in Iraq Changes Little in War-Ravaged Nation...
04 Jul 2004
...Costs of Conflict Detailed in New Report~Interview with Emira Woods, co-director of the group Foreign Policy in Focus, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
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Commentary :: DNC
Reagan Replace Hamilton on the Ten-Spot? Not!
03 Jul 2004
A move is afoot to supplant Alexander Hamilton’s image on the very currency he helped strengthen with that of a recently-departed president whose main political achievement was establishing style over substance. Should we put Ronald Reagan’s mouth (and the rest of his face, and for that matter, his hair) where our money is? For the answer, read on.
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News :: Politics
China Seeks to Decentralize Power
03 Jul 2004
china.jpgBEIJING, July 1 (Xinhuanet) -- Celebrating its 83rd anniversary Thursday, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has attracted even wider attention, as a birthday gift, for its ongoing pilot reforms on power balance and supervision within the party.

    Rising cases of expanding democracy within the CPC are being extended at the grassroots level, an attempt to break what was addressed as inner-party "arbitrary rule by individuals" by China's late leader Deng Xiaoping.
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On CIA Black Flag operastions in Iraq
03 Jul 2004
Above is the URL to this article. I attach it now so that you may see an amusing picture. However, the subject is anything but and the scenario is, unfortunately, not farfetched. Be aware and spread widely. jamie


Is al-Zarqawi a false flag operative?
Nick Possum
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Commentary :: DNC
President Boooosh. We Are “In A Pickle”
03 Jul 2004
I am a former staunch conservative Republican who has recently been “born again”. I have been “born again” into a progressive, populist and will vote for Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio). I really don’t care what his party affiliation is or whether is called a liberal, moderate or conservative. Mr. Kucinich is a man of integrity, honesty, common sense and sincerity.
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News :: DNC : Environment : International
Congressman Admits Working for C.I.A.
03 Jul 2004
Congressman Mark Kirk admitted he is working for the Central Intelligence Agency
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LOCAL Announcement :: Environment
Landlords Beware! Boston Angry Tenants Are Coming For You!
03 Jul 2004
Housing is a right, not a privilege to be owned and enjoyed by only the rich, and the Boston Angry Tenants Union (BATU) is working hard to prove the point. BATU is a grassroots, tenant-run organization whose mission is to organize tenants to act militantly and collectively in order to change the state of housing in Boston. We cannot count on dirty politicians to get the job done; all tenants deserve a voice. We need to take control of our own lives and make decisions for ourselves.
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News :: Labor
The Montpelier Downtown Workers’ Union Is In Effect!
03 Jul 2004
In Vermont, where 79 percent of businesses employ nine or less people, building a strong union movement could be an uphill battle. Many workers are employed in small service sector operations highly dependent on tourist dollars, where organizing has been a seemingly impossible task. Additionally, most of these workplaces pay low wages and employ people on an ‘at will’ basis, where workers can be fired at anytime for any reason. These economic ‘on the job’ realities have long posed difficult questions for workers interested in building a movement that gives them a voice on the job and strives to organize broad based working class power in the Green Mountains. Enter the Montpelier Downtown Workers Union.
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Announcement ::
Debut Issue of 'Strike!' out now!
03 Jul 2004
New agitational tabloid from NEFAC, covering the struggles of working people in the Northeast and across the world!
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