"What Katharine Graham warned against 26 years ago has already come to pass. The Post has moved considerably to the right of its readership base, which finds itself alienated from and revolted by the paper's robotic echoing of the administration's war propaganda."
At issue is occupancy of the new 42,000-square-foot building at 20 City Square. Neighbors say Doherty promised abutters that the three-story brick building would have retail space on the first floor and offices upstairs. Instead, 76 percent of the building has been leased to Homeland Security, which plans to house its offices and three holding rooms for detainees.
This is a song I wrote after I was arrested on felony charges in Miami at the FTAA protest. I hope it is inspiring to anyone who went to Miami, and anyone who believes that love can triumph over greed. The recording is from my soon-to-be-released album, "Songs of Solidarity." -Evan Greer