The Housing Crisis and the Economy: Interview with Art Perlo

There are two basic, interrelated causes: sub-prime mortgages and the unprecedented bubble in housing prices. The sub-prime mortgages are what are getting all the headlines.


Police Tackle State Sen. Fort, Others before Grady Privatization Vote

Atlanta Police officers physically wrangled with State Sen. Vincent Fort (D-Atlanta), former Atlanta City Councilman Derrick Boazman, and two other activists, during a confrontation with protesters shortly before the 10-member Fulton-Dekalb Hospital Authority unanimously approved a resolution to privatize Grady Hospital.


Georgia Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Troy Davis Case

Attorneys spent 40 minutes delivering oral arguments in the case of Troy Anthony Davis v. Georgia before justices and a crowed courtroom at the Georgia Supreme Court on Tuesday, November 20, 2007.


Oakland Airport Workers Get Food and a Union

Airport security workers at the Oakland airport hold an organizing meeting and then receive food in a food distribution.


Nukes' Seventh Decade

Jonathan Schell's latest book 'The Seventh Decade' places our current situation in the context of the past 62 years of the nuclear age, or the past 68 years as Schell might prefer to date it.

Three KSU Students Arrested at SOA Protest for Crosses Too Large

Three college students from Kennesaw State University were arrested at the protest of the School of the Americas, held in Fort Benning, Georgia, Sunday, November 19, 2007, for carrying white crosses that were said to be too large.


The Struggle for the 2008 Elections

The immediate, necessary condition is to defeat the Right in the coming elections in 2008. That is the gateway to a new political conjuncture, to a new stage of struggle.


Censored Anti-War, GLBT Veterans Groups March without Incident

Censored groups Veterans for Peace, Greater Atlanta Chapter 125 (VFP) and American Veterans for Equal Rights Georgia (AVER) both marched in the Georgia Veterans Day Parade held in downtown Atlanta on Sunday, November 11, 2007.


Make Universal Health Care a Key Part of the Electoral Struggle

Last week in Chicago, more than 100 Healthcare-NOW activists came together to plan our strategy for quality single payer, guaranteed choice, national healthcare during the coming year. We also launched our first SiCKO-Cure Road Show.


Canada: Military Communities Speak out Against War

A new and effective voice has joined the broad movement against Canada's role in the occupation of Afghanistan, with the launching of Military Communities Speak Out (MCSO).

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