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News :: International
15 Feb 2009
“When it happens, it will rock the world..: octogenarian Mubarak, will leave office, either by his own decision or that of Providence, probably within the next three years. So far, few in the West have paid much attention. But Egyptians certainly are getting ready, and we should do so as well.
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Commentary :: Politics
Skipping Out
15 Feb 2009
Recently and during the presidential campaign issues of global trade and US tax laws regarding domestically based companies has been an issue. Among the reasons given for US companies relocating overseas are high US tax rates. This mantra has been repeated for years claiming companies based in the US are paying huge amounts of taxes and can't be competitive on a global market. However when you look at the way the tax laws are today including provisions for shelter loopholes that just isn't the case. The idea that American companies moving overseas and abandoning US workers and voters is just good business, especially at this moment in our history, doesn't hold water.
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News :: Environment : Gender : GLBT/Queer : Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Media : Organizing : Politics
Stories of Sai Baba's Protection of People and Animals
15 Feb 2009
In poster's opinion, Sathya Sai Baba with over 100
million followers in India and around the world
is the world's most effective activist for animals.
The following are some stories.
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News :: Gender
Zionism, feminism and fueling the fires of self determination.
15 Feb 2009
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News :: Labor
The First Phase Needed in Passing the Employee Free Choice Act is to Overturn the NLRB Card Check Ruling on Dana-Metaldyne.
14 Feb 2009
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) rewrote in September a 40-year-old doctrine that will undermine one of labor’s more successful organizing tactics—card-check recognition. Card check allows workers to gain union recognition by a simple majority show of authorization cards.
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News :: Gender
V Edición Exposición Mujeres vistas por mujeres: una mirada de género
14 Feb 2009
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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL:Taxpayers Reject Blank Check for Wall Street Bailout
14 Feb 2009
BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine --Weekly Summary
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LOCAL Announcement :: Human Rights
aWearness Call to Action! Support the Angola 3 in Louisiana
13 Feb 2009
Host a solidarity birthday party for Albert Woodfox on Feb. 19th in your home, neighborhood center, school, or local park. Enter our cake contest. More info at
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Commentary :: Labor
Obama's Bank Bailout: Bush's Plan Resurrected
13 Feb 2009
To reintroduce an unpopular idea by a different name is a classic trick of politicians. Obama has done precisely this in unveiling his bank bailout plan.

In a desperate attempt to distance himself from Bush, the Obama administration has added some complicated economic terms packaged into a system he simply calls the “bad bank.” The essence of the plan, however, is exactly what Bush originally proposed.
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LOCAL Announcement :: Globalization : Human Rights : International : Labor : Organizing : Race : Social Welfare : War and Militarism
Report from Bolivia: Pushing Back Against Corporate Globalization
13 Feb 2009
WHEN: Friday, February 20th, 2009, FREE

WHERE: The Jamaica Plain Forum, 6 Eliot St. Jamaica Plain, MA

In the United States, many of us experience the benefits of globalization and carry only a vague understanding of the impact that it has on less powerful countries. Thus, it becomes our responsibility to listen to the stories that come from the communities that are the most effected by our global lifestyle. “Dignity and Defiance,” a new collection of stories from Bolivia, delivers just that.

Based on extensive interviews and first-hand accounts, “Dignity and Defiance” is a powerful eyewitness account of Bolivia’s decade-long rebellion against globalization imposed from abroad. It weaves together stories of regular people striving to make their lives better along with vivid accounts of the political struggles that have made Bolivia international front-page news.
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