Georgia Suffers in Bush’s 2009 Federal Budget Proposal

ATLANTA – The Bush Administration rolled out a $3.1 trillion budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2009 on February 4, 2008 that calls for increased spending on national defense and foreign aid, while calling for cuts in funding for key domestic priorities.


Ethics Problems Haunt John McCain

Sen. John McCain tried to prove his ethical good standing Monday, Feb. 25, by claiming to have acted 'exactly' like former Democratic presidential hopefuls Howard Dean and Dick Gephardt.

Video: Paul Robeson – The Great Forerunner

Honoring the life and contributions of actor, singer, and activist Paul Robeson. Robeson stood for peace, equality, and civil rights. He was a champion for workers rights and social justice. Thank you, Paul!

¿La mayoría antirracista alcanza a su mayoridad?

A comienzos de julio de 2007 la Suprema Corte de la nación, en una acción atrevida, contravino a los fundamentos legales de Brown v. the Board of Education. En un fallo de cinco a cuatro, la mayoría republicana en la Corte rechazó planes para la desegregación racial de distritos escolares en Louisville, Kentucky y Seattle, Washington.

Georgia: Fulton County Consents to Grady Hospital Lease Agreement

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution Wednesday, February 20, 2008, consenting to the lease and transfer agreement by and between the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority (FDHA) and the Grady Memorial Hospital Corporation.

Texans to Join Iraqi Workers in Protests Against Big Oil

Calling for a boycott of the three largest multinational oil companies, ExxonMobil, Shell, and BP, Dallas-area 'consumers for peace' are planning a public protest against the role of Big Oil in launching the Iraq war this Saturday, Feb. 23 in Dallas, Texas.


McCain Aims to Become Bush Surrogate

John McCain has lost his identity. Once the perennial whipping boy of the hardliners in his party, McCain is campaigning as the champion of endless war in Iraq and on the working class at home.

Mental health an alarming problem in the US military, says report

US Army mental health care facilities are inadequate to meet the needs of returning war veterans at Fort Drum, NY, the home of the Army's 10th Mountain Division, according to a recently released study by Veterans for America, a non-partisan veterans advocacy group.

'Toronto 18' Stuck in Legal Limbo

In June 2006, eighteen Muslim men and boys – all Canadian citizens, and all but one between 15 and 25 – were arrested in a highly publicized scoop. Within hours of their arrest the police had held a press conference. But at the same time, a publication ban on court proceedings silenced the defendants.

Secretary Gutierrez Discovers the Cuban Dilemma

Vietnam and China are countries led by communists but they are not anti-US like Cuba is. That is the reason why this Caribbean island should be placed in the pantheon of nations under the most rigid trade controls. That was the explanation given by US Secretary of Commerce Carlos Gutierrez.

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