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Commentary :: Human Rights
Obama's Anti-Populist Budget
16 Feb 2011
neoliberalism
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Middle East Struggles Continue
16 Feb 2011
liberating struggles
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Commentary :: DNC : International : Politics : Social Welfare
THE OBVIOUS NEGLECT OF AMERICA'S POOR BY THE BILL & MELINDA GATES TAX FREE SLU$H FOUNDATION IS EVEN MORE FRIGHTENING THEN THIS TAX EVASION HORROR !!!
16 Feb 2011
SADLY OUR U.S. ELITE KEEPING TELLING PRESIDENT OBAMA TO LET THEM ALL EAT CAKE & THEN FREEZE !!!
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Commentary :: International
Egypt 2011: Millions have stood up
15 Feb 2011
EGYPT 2011: MILLIONS HAVE
HEROICALLY STOOD UP...
THE FUTURE REMAINS TO BE WRITTEN
Bob Avakian

Millions of Egyptian people from all walks of life, drawing inspiration from the people of Tunisia, have heroically risen up, defied the hated regime of Hosni Mubarak and forced Mubarak to resign. This has shattered the notion that "things can never change." It is a powerful demonstration that there is no permanent necessity to the existing conditions under which the great majority of humanity suffer so terribly. Oppressed people and people who hunger for an end to oppression, in every country all over the world, have deeply shared in the joy and hope of these massive uprisings. And the stirrings of revolt continue to spread.
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News :: International
After Egypt: Bahrain, Iran, Yemen. Who’s Next?
15 Feb 2011
People in Iran are protesting calling for end of the theocracy, oppression and corruption in their country. Yemenis have been doing the same in the last few weeks. But now it is the tiny island nation of Bahrain thought to be a happy kingdom in the midst of the Gulf.
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Announcement :: Environment
Shakti Cluster Callout WB/IMF Dayz of Dis 4/14-17
15 Feb 2011
Modified: 03:15:35 PM
Callout for an earth warrior cluster during the World Bank/International Monetary Fund Days of Dissent April 14-17 in Washington D.C.
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News :: International
Ghonim Calls for End to Protests, Strikes to Bring Stability?
15 Feb 2011
“Perhaps this young man is sincere. But it is certain that he is “class bound” in his thinking. He is an executive. Not an unemployed factory worker or wet nurse. For the Egyptian revolution to produce the profound changes so needed in our world those elements of Egyptian society must take the lead. Otherwise the U.S., Israel, and ruling classes the world over win. And that was not the intention and will not be the result of this heroic struggle. Stay tuned. Get involved. The Egyptian people have declared that they will remain vigilant. We must do so with them.”
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Egypt's Military Declares Martial Law
15 Feb 2011
liberating struggles
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Arab Street Celebrates Mubarak's Ouster
15 Feb 2011
liberating struggles
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Commentary :: Politics
The Two Roads Out of Recession
14 Feb 2011
Recent events in Washington, D.C. should provoke fear and outrage in the average American worker. As the jobs recession staggers on, politicians and labor leaders alike seem bizarrely distanced from reality, unable to advance any ideas that remotely correspond to the basic demands of those tens of millions of unemployed, under-employed, or poorly paid workers.

Instead, what we get is President Obama's recent groveling to the corporate-dominated Chamber of Commerce, pleading with them to hire workers. The President's recent speech to the Chamber implied many dangers, which neither labor federation-- AFL-CIO and Change to Win -- bothered to point out. In fact, the AFL-CIO applauded sections of the speech, rather than condemning its sinister motives. If labor unions align themselves with the President's and the Chamber's pro-corporate path out of the recession, a workers’ road to recovery will be bypassed.
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