For years Newsday has cut Green Party coverage out of articles.
CISPA is a poorly drafted bill that would provide a gaping exception to bedrock privacy law
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We celebrate the news in The Village Voice article, City Settles Lawsuit Over The Destruction of the Occupy Wall Street Library showing that the Occupy movement received some measure of justice for the wanton destruction of their community. Occupy Wall Street claimed $47,000 in damages [for the loss of books and computers], all of which the city agreed […]
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tell us about your choice of (or whether or not you’ll vote for) president
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There were so many fascinating wonderful first Amendment moments happening outside of the debate.
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This week on Moyers & Company, Bill talks to Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein.
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Clinton Eastwood channeled the voice of Ron Paul: The Afghanistan War is a bad idea; Close Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp.
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Thanks to Rose for posting this on FB: (excerpt from) RT.com Click above for video Julian Assange has made his first public appearance in the two months since he took refuge at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. He thanked the hundreds of people gathered outside the embassy for their support, claiming it was their resolve […]
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When you consider the intensity with which England is hunting down Julian Assange — on behalf of Sweden, over alleged sexual crimes that have not even created formal charges yet* — you start to realize that something is up. Julian Assange needs the protection of a country which won’t hand him over the the US, […]
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