Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with Alex Veitch, of the Sierra Club, who examines the strengths and weaknesses of the accord and the effect U.S. rejection will have on reaching Kyoto's goals of reducing greenhouse gas emissions(A RealAudio Version of this interview may be found At http://www.btlonline.org).
Just as Bush Daddy probably never gave a speech when he was in the White House, he probably didn't have anything to do with what happened in the Persian Gulf War; but he makes like he did by acting like he is too modest to talk about it.
These are some pictures of the boston demo after the fact. Two activist were arrested following the paint splattering pictured above. In some the paint areas are highlighted to make it easier to see, in these cases I have enclosed the unedited original as well. (article 1)
take the Confederate Battle Banner - and then stick a design like a scored circle in its middle. The idea came from those pictorial "no smoking" signs. In this case, the circle is an outline silhouette of President Abraham Lincoln
Boston based NGO The American Anti-Slavery Group recently launched a campaign demanding Canada take action against Talisman Energy. Talisman discovered oil in Sudan and has since become complicit in human rights violations ranging from slavery to genocide.
Scott Harris spoke with Vittorio Agnoletto, spokesperson with the Genoa Social Forum, a group representing more than 800 international organizations that supported the protest against the G-8 summit. He discusses the demonstrations and police violence which occurred in Genoa.
how too reminiscent the violence in Genoa is...Yesterday, Big Business put in Mussolini to represent its interests. Today things are much more transparent. Italy has made a giant step forward and put its richest man as head of its state. What sad times for Italy. Povera Italia! Un' altra notta scura?