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Commentary :: Politics
Bush and the Wild West Myth
14 Oct 2004
"Texas is as little Bush-Country as Bush born in refined Connecticut and educated at elite Yale University is a cowboy.. Whoever arrives in deepest Texas quickly notices that the image (Texan political-cowboy) is a myth that only still exists in films and politics.."
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News :: Media : Politics : Technology
Media Blackout On Libertarian Presidential Candidate Michael Badnarik's Arrest
14 Oct 2004
The internet routes around censorship.

Audio from Badnarik's arrest available.
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News :: Labor
MWM Oct. 17 In DC LAST CHANCE TO SAY NO TO WAR Before Elections
14 Oct 2004
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News :: Media
Bill O'Reilly Confesses that He's On Mafia Boss Bush's Team
14 Oct 2004
Cut from document of law suit against O'Reilly.
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Commentary :: International
Open Letter to my Grandfather
14 Oct 2004
Modified: 12:59:04 AM
Open letter to my grandfather, Austin A. O’Malley, who I never really got to know, as he died when I was only four years old. He came over to the United States from his native country, Ireland around 1889, as a little boy of eleven years.

Like many other Irishmen from Louisburg, County Mayo, he settled in Clinton, Massachusetts.
I know that he worked there for a baker for awhile untill the Spanish American War broke out.

I also know that he was in and out of the Veteran’s Hospital all through his life. I also know that he liked to drink at bars in South Boston, sometimes with his dog beside him.
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Commentary :: Globalization : International : Politics
Venezuela: After the Referendum
13 Oct 2004
* The August 2004 elections legitimized Hugo Chávez's presidency, approved by the multinational powers-that-be, despite the opposition's claims of electoral fraud. We, at El Libertario (issue 39, September/October 2004), presented an indepth analysis of the consecuences of the referendum, as well as proposals for action in the new circumstances. We shall now quote a couple of notes from that issue that express the essence of the venezuelan anarchists' perspective.
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News :: International : Media
El Libertario / Venezuela: 9 years, 40 editions
13 Oct 2004
* The Comisión de Relaciones Anarquistas (CRA) of Venezuela is happy to announce the upcoming (early November) release of issue # 40 of our publication El Libertario, celebrating the 9th anniversary of the CRA and our newspaper.
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News :: Environment
Young Voters Declare Dirty Energy Top Election Issue
13 Oct 2004
North America’s energy dependence is a major threat to current and future generations, and all the experts are pointing to young voters as the key constituency in this election. October 19th is the North American Day of Action to declare Independence from Dirty Energy. Youth voters will call on political leaders to lay out a concrete plan for energy independence. Actions will be happening across North America. Sign the petition today at!
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News :: Human Rights
13 Oct 2004
The two prisoners have their clothes cut from their bodies by scissors, without their hand- and foot cuffs being loosened. The naked and chained prisoners have a suppository of unknown kind inserted into their anus...
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News :: Media
Fight for your airwaves...Let Sinclair hear it!
13 Oct 2004
Let Sinclair and the FCC know that it's gross misuse of our public airwaves for partisan slander will not be tolerated.
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