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LOCAL Commentary :: Environment
Beacon Hill's Biomess
28 Sep 2009
The future is now, only instead of freaked-out masses leveling the forest for mere survival, it's government and industry proposing the same in order to save the planet! And, Beacon Hill is ground zero for this kind of thinking.
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News :: Labor
Alexander: Electric Vehicles Could Save Jobs for Auto Workers
26 Sep 2009
Stewart Alexander is now a Candidate for California Governor with Peace and Freedom Party and he wants to transform the Fremont, California NUMMI auto plant into the largest electric vehicle production facility in the United States. Alexander is hoping to repeat what is currently underway in Riverside County where CT&T United, a Korean-based company, will begin manufacturing electric cars in the City of Moreno Valley in early 2010.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Civilian victims of US's aerial bombing of Afghanistan
25 Sep 2009
Modified: 11:37:25 PM
Civilian victims of US's aerial bombing of Afghanistan
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News :: Education : Globalization : International
Zhibin Gu: China communist government: 60 years history and politics in review
25 Sep 2009
What is really inside Communist China since 1949? What is really behind China's politics, business, economy and international relations? Is China's communist corruption going to ruin the nation in light of global financial crisis? Get powerful reviews from a new posting by provocative Chinese thinker George Zhibin Gu of World Association of International Studies at Stanford University.
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Announcement :: Globalization
Police Fail to Contain People’s Uprising, Groups Reunite across City
25 Sep 2009
The Pittsburgh G-20 Resistance Project (PGRP) held its mass unpermitted march today starting in Lawrenceville, with attendance of about 2,000. Despite the use of rubber bullets, chemical weapons, and LRAD attacks, demonstrators have remained on the street for over four hours and actions continue across the city.
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News :: Globalization
G20 UPDATE: Street Battles in Pittsburgh
24 Sep 2009
An unpermitted march called by the Pittsburgh G20 Resistance Project yesterday developed into a series of clashes with police across the city. The march began in Arsenal Park at about 2:45 PM with between 500 and 2,000 people, depending on whose estimate one believes.
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News :: International : Media
The Shortwave Report 09/25/09 Listen Globally!
24 Sep 2009
A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.
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News :: Globalization
G20 UPDATE: Unpermitted March Underway, Being Attacked by Cops
24 Sep 2009
An unpermitted march called by the Pittsburgh G20 Resistance Project is being blocked by police in the area of 37th and Pennsylvania. Tear gas and acoustic weapons have reportedly been deployed
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LOCAL News :: Human Rights
Today your freedom is being signed away
24 Sep 2009
Modified: 02:01:16 PM
Today at the UN in New York States are signing a treaty which by its exclusion of core obligations and the right to development will allow States to create a people more dependent on the State and the Corporations as well as discriminate against the poor. Many States (and Obama) are following such policies.
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Commentary :: Politics
The Ju-Ju man said “Blaa – blaaa – blah”.
24 Sep 2009
And that’s all we got.
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