[Note: By the time this story reaches it's reading audience during the month of February, please be aware that an Injunction has just been filed in Federal Court in an effort to stop the Oakland Housing Authority from violating Federal Law.]
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The American Family Association (http://www.afa.net/), the people who brought you StopLiberalJudges.com and NoGayMarriage.com, is calling for a boycott of Citgo based on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's criticisms of U.S. imperialism.
Radical political posters have long been a feature of American culture and politics. From handbills posted during the Revolutionary War to wheatpasted posters put up by anti-capitalists activists, radical street art has been vital to political discourse in this country.
The first installment of the Infoshop News podcast, featuring Chuck Munson as host is now available. News read by Erika. Featuring part one of an interview with Jon Bekken, current editor of the Industrial Worker.