Commemorating the 18th anniversary of the May 13, 1985, this new photo-essay features a new interview with Ramona Africa of the MOVE organization focusing on what the corporate media hasnít told us about the May 13 FBI and City of Philadelphia bombing and murder of Africaís family in their home at 6221 Osage Ave. Also new are photos from 6221 Osage today in 2003.
African Americans and whites continue to show dramatic differences in unemployment rates, wages, health, mortality, and incarceration rates, with blacks comprising a disproportionate component of the lower class.
The Club for Growth's strong-arm tactics force moderate Republicans to back a conservative, pro-wealth. Non-republicans deemed dangerous are treated less delicately. Just ask family farmers like Dennis Wiese, president of South Dakota Farmers Union, whom the Club views as being "welfare dependant."