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Interview :: Organizing : Race : Social Welfare
Radical Responses to Katrina: Building Common Ground
29 Aug 2006
Two MP3's, mono, 64 kbps.

Part One: 44:48
Part Two: 35:11
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There is one known swear, on Track 2 at 34:12.
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Commentary :: International
Leading Iraq arcaeologist flees
28 Aug 2006
Modified: 29 Aug 2006
Leading Iraq arcaeologist flees
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Commentary :: Environment
Remembering Katrina and the Need for Climate Justice
28 Aug 2006
Nearly one year after Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, the Bush-Cheney Gang has done little, on the issue of global warming, to prevent another devastating disaster. At a rally, on Aug. 26, 2006, at the main headquarters of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adm. (NOAA), Mike Tidwell, the author of “The Ravaging Tide,” charged that unless something is done now about the warming of our global atmosphere, more Katrinas are on their way.
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News :: Politics
Vermont Republican U.S. Senate candidate Cris Ericson asks for Impeachment proceedings!
28 Aug 2006
by Cris Ericson
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LOCAL Announcement :: Human Rights : Race
August 29 - Rally - Katrina, One Year Later
28 Aug 2006
Rally - Katrina, One Year Later
Tuesday, August 29
4:00pm
Dudley Common - Blue Hill Ave. and Dudley St.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
The Troop Question
28 Aug 2006
As the shaky ceasefire between Lebanon and Israel lumbers on, the European governments expected to ‘enforce the peace’ have been stuttering and stalling in the face of actual commitment. It was France who took the initiative originally, who as head of UNISFL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon), promised 3000 troops. After analyzing the situation further, an about-face occurred, and the troop level was reduced to 400 non-combatant personal. Italy saw opportunity and declared itself the replacement, promising 2000 troops; France, not to be outdone, reasserted leadership responsibilities, but with 2000 troops this time; Italy was then, thanks to its charitableness, awarded France’s old job as head of UNISFL. After all this, the seesawing attitude of the rest of Europe continues. These governments are demanding more definitive ‘rules of engagement’; they’re curious about the prospects of actual fighting, and are rightfully scared of being viewed as a foreign occupier in Hezbollahland. Bush is intent on seeing that his backfired war-effort is partially salvaged, and has insisted that Europe “hurry up” with military aide, since the U.S. has none to spare. It may be prudent to examine why Europe— who views Israel and the U.S. with apt distrust— is both eager and terrified to help them pursue their interests. Note: a working assumption will be that ‘humanitarian reasons’ is a sophistic answer, meant to lure citizens into obedience.
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News :: Politics
Republican Congressional Candidate Fingers the Bushies for planning 9/11
27 Aug 2006
author: Realpolitiker
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News :: Globalization : International : Media : Politics : War and Militarism
The Four Pillars of Wisdom for 911 Truth
27 Aug 2006
A former Army intelligence and public affairs officer looks at four key principles that should guide the 911 Truth Movement on its road to becoming a majority movement. The opportunities for 911 truth have never been greater -- nor have the perils.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
This is it
27 Aug 2006
This is our opportunity to do what the citizens of the Ukraine, of Mexico, and of other countries do when their democracies are taken from them. This is our chance to say, "Enough is enough!"
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News :: War and Militarism
WEAPONS USED, TARGETS HIT, BOMBING INTENSITY IN LEBANON BY THE ISRAELI MILITARY
26 Aug 2006
This planet is enveloped in depleted uranium radioactive poison dust, and with all the other problems, it is causing the greatest mass extinction in 65 million years since the dinosaurs went extinct. Scientists predict that 50% of the worlds species will be extinct within 100 years. Infertility in humans is an increasing problem now, with only 15% of sperm in men globally which is normal. It used to be 80% was normal.
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