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News :: International : Labor : Media
Dangerous Meat Additive Clenbuterol Is In The News Again
05 Jul 2012
Chinese Olympians avoiding meat in order to avoid clenbuterol
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Interview :: Globalization : Human Rights : International : Organizing : Politics
Venezuela: Interview with Rafael Uzcátegui
05 Jul 2012
* Rafael Uzcategui is a member of the group that publishes the anarchist newspaper El Libertario in Caracas (Venezuela). As antimilitarist, he is also a member of the War Resisters’ International and works in a Venezuelan human rights NGO called Provea. He is author of the books “Heart of Ink” and “Venezuela: Revolution as Spectacle” in which he reports the so-called Bolivarian process of Chavez and the true face of his “revolutionary” government. Taking advantage of his conference tour in Germany, we interviewed Rafael for the magazine Gai Dao.
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News :: Education : Environment
Vegan, Vegetarian, and Fruitarian Athlete Champions
05 Jul 2012
Since National "Public" Radio, Yahoo Sports and the Telegraph on July 5th chose to make fun of a Chinese athlete ban on meat, here is a record of a tiny fraction of the world champion vegan and vegetarian athletes. That same day, NPR, owner of 200 million dollars in fast food stock correlated to human disease, animal agony, global heating, energy waste, and famine, chose to promote fish suffocation and strangulation twice.
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Commentary :: Labor
Who is Responsible for the Crises of Capitalism?
05 Jul 2012
Capitalism has long sedimented into a natural state of humanity about which there is no more reflection than about gravity. The crisis broke out because all the actors brilliantly fulfilled their economic functions in the market economy. The capitalist work society finds itself in a permanent self-contradiction in which the most efficient use of paid labor displaces paid labor from goods production. The success of the computer and electronic data processing triggered enormous rationalizations that made paid labor more and more superfluous.
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Commentary :: Organizing : Politics
Attacks on critical thinking vs. cheers for scapegoating
05 Jul 2012
The different responses between Occupy and the “Tea Party” lie in their messages.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL:After Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare, Single-Payer Advocates Vow to Continue Fight for Medicare For All
05 Jul 2012
Modified: 10:23:28 AM
Interview with Dr. Steffie Woolhandler, professor of public health at City University of New York, co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program, conducted by Scott Harris
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News :: Education
La camaraderie amoureuse
05 Jul 2012
Et comme tout n'est pas à tout le monde, rien n'est en fait, à personne...
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Commentary :: Globalization
TPP: A Trade Deal from Hell
05 Jul 2012
trade
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Commentary :: Globalization
Stealth Trade Agreement Secret Negotiations
05 Jul 2012
trade
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Commentary :: Labor : Media
A Conversation Worth Having
04 Jul 2012
The Nation magazine recently held a roundtable blog discussion that debated the effects of the failed Wisconsin recall. The discussion is important because of the seriousness of its subject. Such open and frank conversations have been sadly quite rare, so it is something of a credit to the Nation that they hosted this discussion.
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