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Feds Want Animal Rights Activist in Jail
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to jail a leader of the indicted animal rights group Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, contending the man incited vandalism against a biotech executive's California home....
Posted: Wed Sep 8, 2004 11:24AM
Bush Regime Plans To Demolish 100,000 HUD Rental Units
The Nation Is Facing A Monumental Housing Crisis At This Point In Time While The Bush Regime Plans To Demolish 100,000 Rental Units Across The Nation!...
Posted: Thu Aug 12, 2004 2:15AM
Oakland, The Dawn* #2, We Are Not Anti-Union: We Are Pro-Associate
There has been a good deal of talk about Wal-Mart lately in the liberal and mainstream press, a growing concern with what is called the "Wal-Martization of America," that is to say, the lowering of wages, the lowering of quality, the near-total reliance on goods manufactured in foreign countries, and general anger with the "ugliness" of Wal-Mart....
Posted: Thu Aug 5, 2004 11:28PM
Declaration of Interdependence
The Declaration of Independence has been a symbol of U.S. democracy and freedom since its signing. But under George Bush, the U.S. has come to represent war, torture and the neglect of American values. We at the Women of Color Resource Center are spending this Fourth of July commemorating our vision for a different, brighter America with the "Declaration of Interdependence." Join us this year in declaring our common cause with the people of this world -- uniting for global peace, ju...
Posted: Wed Jun 23, 2004 4:45PM
Collective Punishment: FALLUJA in Iraq, LIDICE in World War II
The Iraq Governing Council is protesting the "collective punishment" being inflicted by the U.S. Marines in Falluja. The closest parallel in history is the German Nazi collective punishment of Lidice, Czechoslovakia, in World War II....
Posted: Mon Apr 12, 2004 8:06AM
4/18-20 "America's In Pain" - MARCH ON WASHINGTON - "Silent No More"
Calling for "Congressional Hearings on the DEA War on Physicians, Pharmacists and Pain Patients", grass roots pain advocacy groups are pushing lawmakers to take action. The National Pain Patients Coalition (NPPC), the American Pain Institute (API) and the National Juneteenth Medical Commission (NJMC) are organizing "America's In Pain" - MARCH ON WASHINGTON - "Silent No More", on the National Mall and at the U.S. Capitol, April 18-20, 2004, in Washi...
Posted: Mon Apr 5, 2004 11:00PM