U.N. Criticizes U.S. Discrimination toward Black Katrina Victims

More than two years after Hurricane Katrina caused a mass displacement of Gulf Coast residents, thousands of people, predominantly low-income Blacks, still struggle to return home.

Winter Soldier: Military Command Failures at War, Deserting Vets at Home

More than 100 veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, many family members of veterans, and experts gathered this weekend, Mar. 13 - Mar. 16, to testify about their experiences of the wars.

Burning Forests to Feed Cars: The Ecological Madness of Biofuels

If you thought burning food for fuel -- agrofuels -- has been an unmitigated disaster, just wait until we start chopping up our last natural forest habitats for cellulosic ethanol biofuel.

Lost in Translation: The Myth of American Freedom

The United States mainstream media is a major tool in the hands of the power elite; it constructs images of reality that are subsequently widely believed in by the masses, images whose definitions ensure that inequality will continue without revolt or redress.

Where Does the Voice of the People Come From?

For centuries, the idea that the Sun revolved around the Earth was unanimous. Ptolemy's old system – pretty new if we consider that other Greeks believed that in reality the Earth moved around the Sun – was the 'vox populi' on cosmology.

Taxi to the Dark Side of Cheney/Bush Regime

We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the Courts ~ not to overthrow the Constitution, but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution: Abraham Lincoln

Bad Capitalists or a Bad System: Hollywood Comes to Blows with Upton Sinclair

I was disappointed that Daniel Day-Lewis won an Oscar for 'There Will Be Blood,' not because he's not a great actor (he is), but because the movie was such a betrayal of the book on which it was based.

AFRICOM to Focus on Military, not Humanitarian Role

In a key briefing to Congress on 13 March, General William “Kip” Ward, head of the US Command for Africa, AFRICOM, devoted only 15 seconds of his four-and-a-half minute opening remarks to a possible humanitarian role.

Atlanta: Papers’ Former Editorial Staff, AHA’s Spokesman Unite

ATLANTA – Two former editorial staff members of Georgia’s two largest circulation periodicals, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) newspaper and Creative Loafing (CL) magazine, have joined forces with Rick White, the public relations representative of the Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA).

Calgary Anti-racists Challenge Neo-Nazi Threats

An upsurge in neo-nazi activity in Alberta is meeting increased resistance from community groups. On March 21, members of the fascist Aryan Guard are organizing a white supremacist 'Pride' march from Millennium Park to Calgary City Hall.

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