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text Caligula Game jacinto 2013-09-15 6:18 PM
Was Warhol another Hitler? (text/plain)

image HIV-Negative AIDS: Is it CFIDS or AIDS? lemonfoundation 2013-09-14 5:35 AM
HIV-Negative AIDS: Is it CFIDS or AIDS?
Allied NATO Government is hiding millions of infectious NON HIV AIDS cases (like mine) under the "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)" ICD-code. (image/jpeg)

text Galatasaray Antalya maçı izle GalatasarayAntalya 2013-09-13 9:13 AM
Galatasaray Antalyaspor maçı izle 13 Eylül 2013 Cuma (text/plain)

text Labor Leaders, Obamacare, and the Fate of the Unions Shamus Cooke 2013-09-13 8:48 AM
A funny thing happened a couple of months ago: labor leaders finally awoke from their coma and realized that Obamacare was not only bad for unions, but for working families in general. (text/plain)

text At the AFL-CIO Convention, Leaders Ask: What Direction for Labor? Mark Vorpahl 2013-09-12 12:23 PM
The acknowledgment of Labor’s existential crisis and the recognition that something must be done to resolve it is the key issue at the AFL-CIO’s four-day quadrennial convention in Los Angeles. The urgency of the situation has compelled Labor’s top officials to experiment in a search for solutions. (text/html)

text intikam 24.bölüm fragmanı intikam 2013-09-12 8:12 AM
intikam 24.bölüm fragmanı seyirciye dizinin yeni bölümünü tanıtacak. (text/plain)

text Merhamet 21.Bolum Fragmani Merhamet 2013-09-11 8:43 AM
Merhamet 21.bölüm fragmanı izleyicinin beğenisine sunuldu. (text/plain)

text Obama’s War Grows as Support Shrinks Shamus Cooke 2013-09-10 11:02 AM
Some careful listening has exposed the lie that a U.S. attack (war) against Syria would be, as Obama put it, “a shot across the bow,” i.e. a “tiny war.” But even before the first missile is launched the birth of Obama’s baby war began to grow, and when it’s eventually unleashed it will resemble any other fully matured war, complete with massive destruction, the death of untold innocents and yet another Middle Eastern nation torn to pieces. (text/plain)

text Bir Aşk Hikayesi 24. bölüm fragmanı hakan 2013-09-07 12:52 AM
Bir Aşk Hikayesi 24. bölüm fragmanı (text/html)

text What Can We Learn from 25 Years of Jobs with Justice? Mark Vorpahl 2013-09-06 8:35 AM
It’s no secret that the last 30 years have seen a brutal corporate assault on U.S. workers. Incomes and union membership rates have plummeted, unemployment is soaring, and the two corporate parties have joined forces to go after our previously untouchable historic gains. (text/html)

text Sana Bir Sir Verecegim 9 bolum 6 Eylul 2013 fragman 2013-09-04 8:57 PM
Sana Bir Sir Verecegim 9.bolum fragmani yeni 6 eylul cuma aksami yayinlanacak (text/plain)

image war ethic indoctrination geral 2013-09-04 8:54 PM
war ethic indoctrination
So long as the United States is at war, their power is preserved, and now that they have attained empire the USA must expand the war or fall, for the arts of peace they know nothing and have never engaged in any employment higher than torture & war. Aristotle. (image/png)

text Declaring Syria Regime Illegitimate Sends Strong Human Rights Message and Exposes Lenders Jennifer Tong 2013-09-03 8:28 PM
Over the last year, a religious antipoverty organization has met with U.S. Treasury and White House officials to encourage them to declare the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad an illegitimate government. This action would impose restrictions on lending to Syria that supports its military or the needs of the Assad regime. When governments or financial institutions make this declaration it lets lenders know that if they lend to Syria they may not receive a return on their investment. Types of lending and financing that could be affected are arms contracts with Russia and oil investment from Iran. (text/plain)

text How the U.S. Political Left is Failing Over Syria Shamus Cooke 2013-09-02 1:18 PM
It’s now painfully clear that Obama’s war on Syria is a replay of Bush’s march to war in Iraq, both built on lies. Zero evidence has been put forth that proves the Syrian government used chemical weapons. On the contrary, evidence has been recorded that suggests the U.S.-backed Syrian rebels are responsible for the attack. (text/plain)

text The Lie of “Limited” War Against Syria Shamus Cooke 2013-09-01 2:39 AM
The rats are jumping ship. Obama’s strongest allies can’t stomach the stench of lies that are the foundation of the war effort against Syria. Even England, whose entire foreign policy is reduced to asking “how high?” when the U.S. says “jump,” opted to stay grounded for Obama’s war drive. (text/plain)

text Wage Slavery in the American Auto Industry: Obama’s Shame Brad Forrest 2013-08-29 11:50 AM
The American auto industry is back in business in a big way. The carmakers are making enormous profits, direct from the blood, sweat and tears of autoworkers. (text/plain)

text War With Syria and Its Repercussions Shamus Cooke 2013-08-28 2:15 PM
A U.S. invasion of Syria could be the first war based on a YouTube video. After a video was released showing victims of an alleged chemical weapons attack, England immediately declared the Syrian government responsible, while Obama began drawing up military plans, saying there was “little doubt” the Syrian Government was at fault (zero evidence currently exists to suggest this). An extra U.S. warship has already been deployed in response. (text/plain)

text Why Mass Marches Still Matter: 2013’s March on Washington Mark Vorpahl 2013-08-27 5:48 AM
In terms of the numbers it attracted, the August 24, 2013 March on Washington was an inspiring success. The question remains, however, how politically effective was it? (text/html)

text The AFL-CIO’s New Strategy: Inspiration or Hype? Shamus Cooke 2013-08-27 5:07 AM
After years of embarrassing denial, the AFL-CIO recently took its first baby step in addressing the crisis that has engulfed organized labor: it recognized there was a problem. In the run up to its national convention in early September in Los Angles, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka recently admitted that “what we’ve been doing isn’t working,” and consequently announced a new strategy that was, supposedly, a revolutionary break from the previously-failed strategy of organized labor. (text/plain)

text Hedge Funds Win 2nd Circuit Court Ruling in NML Capital vs. Argentina; Global Poor Lose Jennifer Tong 2013-08-23 6:31 PM
Argentine Bonds Surge as Ruling Delayed as U.S. Supreme Court Considers Taking Appeal (text/plain)

text A Man on a Limb: A Short Analysis of the Current Economic Crisis Brad Forrest 2013-08-21 5:49 AM
The current crisis of the global capitalist system is shaping up to be one of the worst since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. U.S. Gross Domestic Product grew by an anemic 1.8 percent in the first quarter of 2013, and only 0.4 the previous quarter. U.S. capitalists and their political representatives in the Democratic and Republican parties have got themselves in a real mess, with no end in sight. (text/plain)

text Norwegian Audit Finds Loans to Developing Countries Don’t Follow New Lending Standards Jennifer Tong 2013-08-19 2:07 PM
Last week, Norway became the first lending country to audit the loans it made to developing countries. The consultant firm Deloitte assessed whether past Norwegian loans to governments, including repressive regimes in Egypt and Indonesia, were compliant with current principles of responsible lending and borrowing developed by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). (text/plain)

text A Big Victory For Oregon’s Biggest Union Shamus Cooke 2013-08-19 8:59 AM
After years of painful backsliding, the state workers of Oregon’s largest union, SEIU 503, recently stood firm and scored a big win in their contract negotiations against the state’s anti-union Democratic governor, John Kitzhaber. (text/plain)

text Egypt’s Revolution After the Smoke Clears Shamus Cooke 2013-08-18 7:18 AM
In times of crisis people strive for easy answers to complex situations. In Egypt this has resulted in absurdly digestible sound bites, where one side is labeled “good”(the Muslim Brotherhood), the other “bad” (the army), and the revolution as a whole is condemned as an atrocity. But the situation in Egypt is especially contradictory, and untying the social-political knots of the revolution requires avoiding pre-packaged catchphrases. (text/plain)

image Torture by Design: Saying No to the Architecture of Solitary Confinement Raphael Sperry interviewed by Angola 3 News 2013-08-17 8:33 PM
Torture by Design: Saying No to the Architecture of Solitary Confinement
Friday, August 16 marked the 40th consecutive day of a multi-ethnic statewide prisoner hunger strike initiated from inside the Security Housing Unit (SHU) of California's Pelican Bay State Prison. As the horror of solitary confinement comes under increasing scrutiny in the US and around the world, human rights activists are confronting this public health and safety epidemic from a variety of angles. One group, called Architects/Designers/Planners for Social Responsibility has... (image/jpeg)

text Antifascist music from Argentina Grime. 2013-08-14 3:10 AM
Bolchevikes (text/plain)

text The August 24 March on Washington: Why We Need a New Civil Rights and Labor Movement Mark Vorpahl 2013-08-09 7:05 AM
It could have been left as a relatively small event that would make little impact, but plans for the 50th anniversary of 1963′s March on Washington appear to have taken another course. (text/html)

text Wall Street plunders Detroit while pensioners take blame Systemic Disorder 2013-08-07 8:41 PM
In North America, Detroit fulfills the same function as Greece does for Europe: A scapegoat. Larger economic and social forces, disinvestment and financial industry legerdemain are the major factors in Detroit’s financial struggles as Wall Street used complex, and poorly understood, derivatives to extract money through “heads I win, tails you lose” tactics. (text/plain)

text A Path Forward for Egypt’s Revolution Shamus Cooke 2013-08-06 9:55 AM
The battle for the future of Egypt is underway, and it’s chaos. There has been violence on both sides of the divide, with the military inflicting the heaviest doses on supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood. The violence combined with any lack of long-term solution could bode poorly for Egypt’s future, but the situation is in extreme flux, and by no means anywhere settled. There is still abundant hope for most Egyptians to achieve a better world, though time is of the essence. (text/plain)

text Supreme Court Considers Taking Hedge Fund/Argentina Case with Global Poverty Impacts Jennifer Tong 2013-08-02 7:50 PM
The US Supreme Court is considering whether or not to accept an international debt case that will impact global poverty and poor country access to credit. (text/plain)

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