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Julian Assange, a co-founder of Wikileaks, has had some interesting news. Story at Sierra Leone News: Ending deadlock Swedish prosecutors offer to question Assange in UK Another news story from The Belfast Telegraph: We’ll Quiz Assange At Embassy… Updates and background on the Julian Assange/Wikileaks/Manning drama at This Day in Wikileaks: here. Some background on […]
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Stop the Arms Trade – Cut the Arms Budget Join South Country Peace Group’s 32nd annual World Peace Vigil A Community Dedication to Peace on the 69th anniversary of the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima Wednesday, August 6, 2014 – 7:15 pm Commemorative Poetry and Songs Nuclear Weapons Update You may wish to wear white, the traditional Japanese color of […]
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Tony Benn, the former British Cabinet minister, longtime Parliament member and antiwar activist, has died at the age of 88.
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The Afghanistan invasion failed on 2 accounts: increasing the likelihood of terrorism against the US and not bringing the 9/11 perpetrators to justice.
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This 3 1/2 page conversation between Pauling & Ikeda does not make a cogent argument against absolute pacifism.
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CISPA is a poorly drafted bill that would provide a gaping exception to bedrock privacy law
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The Keystone XL draft environmental impact statement , prepared by fossil fuel consultant Environmental Resources Management, was paid for by TransCanada.
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(excerpt from) Common Dreams Reining in Obama and His Drones by Ralph Nader More than 2,500 people have been killed by Obama’s drones, many of them civilians and bystanders, including American citizens, irrespective of the absence of any “imminent threat” to the United States… The “kill lists” are the work of Obama and his advisors, […]
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David Petreaus suddenly resigned from his post, days before he was to testify before Congress. The country must stay focused on what it was he was testifying about. And, what other secrets he may have wanted to hide about himself and the CIA. We should ignore the (admittedly titillating and entertaining) narrative given about why […]
Two-party rule has failed. A strong showing for Dr. Stein and other Green candidates on Election Day
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Hofstra University has designated the Hagedorn Hall outside area and parking lot, at the corner of Uniondale Avenue and Hempstead Turnpike as a Public Area.
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