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text Obama Wades Deeper Into Syria’s Morass Shamus Cooke 2013-03-04 12:39 AM
The recent announcement that the United States would increase its “non lethal” military aid to Syria’s rebels shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. Some speculated that Obama — having been repeatedly proved wrong about the Syria government’s stability — would leave Syria in silent humiliation. (text/plain)

text Video available: Captured UN's decision means peaceful revolutions justified. Anthony Ravlich 2013-02-27 3:08 PM
Video available: Captured UN's 'permanent' rebalancing of global power from the West to Asia , and the cowardice of the domestic and global establishments in refusing to discuss the ethical approach to human rights, development and globalization for World Peace - to replace neoliberalism. (text/plain)

text Austerity USA Begins March 1st Shamus Cooke 2013-02-27 12:55 AM
U.S. politicians have cried wolf over austerity long enough for the public to ignore them. A perfect time, then, for politicians to actually unleash the wolves. Barring an unlikely last minute deal, here’s a short list of some of the massive, national bi-partisan-created austerity cuts, according to the New York Times. (text/plain)

text What the 1% Heard During Obama’s State of the Union Speech Shamus Cooke 2013-02-21 8:43 AM
When President Obama speaks, most Americans hear what he wants them to hear: lofty rhetoric and a “progressive” vision. But just below the surface the president has a subtly-delivered message for the 1%, whose ears prick up when their buzzwords are mentioned. Obama’s state of the union address was such a speech — a pro-corporate agenda packaged with chocolate covered rhetoric for the masses, easy to swallow, but deadly poisonous. (text/plain)

text Dissent, ethical human rights, to create 'thinking culture' for progress. Anthony Ravlich 2013-02-12 6:33 PM
Dissent, shut down by neoliberalism, is needed to take NZ from a 'stupid culture' to a 'thinking culture' to enable progress particularly needed following the massive earthquakes in Christchurch, NZ's second largest city. I consider an ethical human rights, development, globalization is a far superior over-arching plan than neoliberalism. (text/plain)

text Obama’s Shakedown of Medicare Shamus Cooke 2013-02-12 7:26 AM
In a political era of corporate dominance it was inevitable that doublespeak would become the official language of Washington, DC. Now “cuts” to social programs are referred to as “savings,” while the destruction of these programs is “reform.” This is the essence of President Obama’s doublespeakish “Race to the Top” public education “reform,” as well as his yet-to-be-announced deficit plan based on Medicare “savings.” (text/plain)

text Another theory about Obama's domestic army Joseph Farah 2013-02-11 12:01 PM
Another theory about Obama's domestic army (text/plain)

image Reforming Prison’s Harshest Tactic –The Angola 3 case may help change the... Katti Gray, The Root (reprinted by A3 News) 2013-02-09 6:28 PM
Reforming Prison’s Harshest Tactic –The Angola 3 case may help change the...
The Angola 3 case may help change the arbitrary and sometimes abusive use of solitary confinement. "It's exactly the kind of movement on this issue that we've been pushing for," said attorney and law professor Angela Allen-Bell of Southern University Law Center. Allen-Bell is a member of the International Coalition to Free the Angola 3. (image/jpeg)

text More Austerity Cuts Coming to the States Shamus Cooke 2013-02-08 12:18 AM
The Great Recession has quietly devastated public services on a state-by-state basis, with Republican and Democratic governors taking turns leading the charge. Public education has been decimated, as well as health care, welfare, and the wages and benefits of public sector workers. The public sector itself is being smashed. Since the recession began, states have made combined austerity cuts of at least $337 billion, according to the Center of Budget and Policy Priorities. (text/html)

text The Argument for Amnesty: An Immigration Policy That Works for All Mark Vorpahl 2013-02-06 9:53 PM
Millions experience the repressive nature of the U.S. immigration system on a daily basis, lifting its need for reform to a level of urgency. And fixing this broken program is integral to building the unity among U.S. workers that is required to challenge corporate America’s attacks on our wages, rights, public social services, and living conditions. (text/html)

text "Behavioral Psychology" Dave G 2013-02-06 4:14 AM
"Behavioral Psychology" (text/plain)

text INS report: details on amnesty Steven Lindman 2013-02-06 3:56 AM
Unreleased document assembled during Clinton era (text/plain)

text WHY DIDN'T THE MEDIA CARRY THIS STORY? Ben Hall 2013-02-03 10:44 PM

image American Naval Ship Crashes into World Heritage Site Alliance of Progressive Labor (APL) 2013-02-01 11:55 PM
American Naval Ship Crashes into World Heritage Site
APL dares Philippine President Aquino to penalize US Navy for Tubbataha damage (image/jpeg)

text Did you empower the government to impair the freedom of us all Steve L. 2013-01-19 9:48 AM
Did you empower the government to impair the freedom of us all (text/plain)

text Did you empower the government to impair the freedom of us all Steve L. 2013-01-19 9:47 AM
Did you empower the government to impair the freedom of us all (text/plain)

text Obama expected to take executive action on gun contro Janette Vince 2013-01-15 6:18 PM

text a symptom of a broken mental health system. Bill Evins 2013-01-08 10:34 AM
a symptom of a broken mental health system. (text/plain)

text you be the judge Kevin Fisk 2013-01-08 9:57 AM
you be the judge (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for December 31, 2012 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti 2013-01-02 12:24 AM
On today's show... A look back at some of our stories from 2012 (audio/mpeg)

image CPP condoles with victims of US school shooting Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) 2012-12-23 1:11 AM
CPP condoles with victims of US school shooting
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today expressed its profound sympathies to the family and friends of the victims of the mass shooting of 26 people, including 20 young school children and teachers in an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, USA last Friday. (image/jpeg)

image Philippines: Let’s All Work for a Better Party-List System Akbayan (Citizens Action Party) 2012-12-21 12:16 PM
Philippines: Let’s All Work for a Better Party-List System
Recently, the Commission on Elections (Comelec) concluded its process of scrutinizing groups that will participate in the 2013 partylist election. It marked the end of a long and arduous process that the poll body has undertaken to cleanse the party-list system of fake partylist groups which have used and abused the system to advance their vested interests. (image/jpeg)

text US House considers plan for mandatory ‘volunteer’ service corps Kevin J 2012-12-18 10:17 AM
mandatory ‘volunteer’ service corps (text/plain)

image Brazil: Structural changes on the way Emilio Jose Lemos de Lima 2012-12-17 9:25 PM
Brazil: Structural changes on the way
She also studies rebuilding the soil, flora, fauna and rainfall in semi-arid areas (see map!), Home to 18 million Brazilians and it occupies nearly one million square kilometers.This reconstruction will take place at very low cost, without engineering works, but supported on the natural succession of species, according to a technique called Agroforestry Regenerative Analog System (ARAS), developed and disseminated in Brazil by swiss citizen Ernst Götsch, who is in full activity. (image/jpeg)

text Isle of Man Enacts Legislation to Outlaw Vulture Funds Jennifer Tong, Jubilee USA Network 2012-12-12 7:40 PM
This week, the Isle of Man passed legislation that would prevent vulture funds from exploiting the debts of some of the world’s poorest countries. (text/plain)

text Navigating Egypt’s Revolutionary Crisis Shamus Cooke 2012-12-12 5:36 AM
As chaos again envelopes Egypt, the revolution is evolving in new directions, along contradictory and confusing channels. It’s tempting to immediately support the “opposition” to the Muslim Brotherhood’s apparent “power grab,” but the situation in Egypt is more complex. The recent events in Egypt are not simply signs of a healthy revolution, they include immediate dangers. (text/plain)

image Philippines - Makabayan adopts 5 senatorial bets from 2 major slates C Esguerra 2012-12-04 11:08 AM
Philippines - Makabayan adopts 5 senatorial bets from 2 major slates
Political alliances for next year’s elections just got stranger after Senate candidates of the two major coalitions received the endorsement of a 3.8-million-strong left-leaning umbrella group that is fielding its own senatorial candidate as well. (image/jpeg)

text Austerity — the 1%’s Global Battle Cry Mark Vorpahl 2012-11-29 2:00 PM
Whether we are left with the Fiscal Cliff or a Grand Bargain, workers in the U.S. face massive cuts to programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, unemployment insurance, Food Stamp assistance and other needed social safety nets. This is an example of “austerity” which has largely been pursued in the U.S. until now, on a statewide and local level. (text/html)

text Why is Obama Silent Over the New Congo War? Shamus Cooke 2012-11-27 12:37 PM
The last Congo war that ended in 2003 killed 5.4 million people, the worst humanitarian disaster since World War II. The killing was directly enabled by international silence over the issue; the war was ignored and the causes obscured because governments were backing groups involved in the fighting. Now a new Congo war has begun and the silence is, again, deafening. (text/plain)

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