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We Need Domestic & Internat’l Regulations To Prevent Outsourcing

Print Friendly When corporations can move about the world as they please, workers have no chance of ever winning any long-term concessions from them.   (Lewis W. Hine) In the early 20th century, working conditions in the Unites States were abysmal and often deadly. Legal protection for workers was all but nonexistent. At the same time, […]

Steal From Taxpayers, Blame The Poor

Print Friendly Credit: Ineteconomics It’s a vicious circle of hypocrisy: Americans dependent on the safety net are urged to “get a job” by the same free-market system that pays them too little to avoid being dependent on the safety net. Theft, Part 1: The Average U.S. Household Pays About $400 for Safety Net Programs for […]

Take Action To Stop The DARK Act

Print Friendly Photo: March Against Monsanto in Marseille Today, at 10 a.m., Reps. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.), G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) and their band of pro-GMO, anti-consumer, stomp-all-over-states’-rights outlaws will stand before the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health and ask the Committee to support H.R. 1599. We’ve been calling H.R. 1599 the DARK (Deny […]

How Jeffrey Sterling Took On The CIA — And Lost Everything

Print Friendly THIS IS HOW it ended for Jeffrey Sterling. A former covert officer for the Central Intelligence Agency, Sterling sat down in a federal courtroom with a lawyer on either side, looking up at a judge who would announce in a few moments whether he would go to prison for the next 20 years. A […]

Irish Burn Water Bills, Fly Greek Flag In Solidarity At Mass Dublin Protest

Print Friendly Source: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland A LARGE CROWD has marched to the GPO in Dublin today as water charge protests return to the capital. Having taken a backseat to campaigning for the same-sex marriage referendum, is once again at the forefront of the political agenda. Today in Dublin, thousands marched to the GPO, where […]

Hospitals Mark Up Prices More Than 1,000 Percent

Print Friendly Above photo: Detroit Retirees for Single Payer Health Care. Researcher: “What other industry can you think of that marks up their prices by 1,000% and remains in business?” Note: The authors correctly conclude that our health system is a market failure, something that we have argued for years. Health care does not fit […]

Amazonian Tribe Brings Struggle to International Stage

Emergency Actions To Stop Fast Track June 22 and 23, 2015 Everywhere – The House passed Fast Track (TPA) legislation on… Source Article from

George Soros Has Been Urging Aggressive Action In Ukraine, Why?

Print Friendly George Soros has been an advocate of aggressive action by the United States, the European Union and NATO against Ukraine and Russia. In his commentary he never acknowledges the role of the United States in the coup against a democratic government which could have been replaced by an election. He always paints Russia […]

World Refugee Day: Human Face Of A Global Crisis

Print Friendly Above photo: People are protesting around the world, from Australia to the UK to countries in Africa @thefreeonline World Refugee Day is marked annually on June 20 to raise awareness about the plight of refugees around the world. This year, World Refugee Day comes as the number of displaced people around the globe hits […]

Charleston & The South’s Sordid History Of Attacks On Black Churches

In the wake of the heinous murders of nine members of Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church this week, many have pointed to historic congregation’s central role in the city’s African-American community. As Clementa Pinckney, the church’s pastor and state legislator who was killed in the shooting, told a group of visitors in 2013, “It’s a very […]

Newsletter – No Justice, No Peace

Print Friendly Glen Ford of Black Agenda Report writes that “No justice, no peace” is “a vow by the movement to transform the crisis that is inflicted on Black people into a generalized crisis for the larger society, and for those who currently rule.” In reality, given the violence being inflicted upon people, particularly people […]

We Are Greater Than The Fracked Gas Lobby

Print Friendly All photos by Lee Stewart Washington, DC – The dome was encased in a rigid web of scaffolding as I rushed by. Looking up at it on my way to the corner of Independence Avenue and New Jersey Avenue SE, I saw a country trying to hide a fatal illness. It’s beyond repair, […]

We Were Never Meant To Survive: Response To Charleston Attack

Print Friendly A mourner grieves during a prayer vigil at the Morris Brown African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., on Thursday, June 18, 2015. Nine people were murdered Wednesday night at another historic black church in this city’s downtown. (Travis Dove/The New York Times) Wednesday night in Charleston, South Carolina, an act of terrorism […]

How U.S. Law Enforcement Is Working To Criminalize Dissent

The problem is that the use of similar tactics has been discovered again and again in the years since. Following the anti-globalization protests of 1999, the 9/11 attacks, and the Occupy protests of 2011, similar strategies, enhanced by modern technology, have been ratcheted up and deployed against an ever-increasing number of activists and political groups […]

US Terrorism: White Supremacy’s Long History Of Violence

Print Friendly Police lead Dylann Roof into the courthouse in Shelby, North Carolina, June 18, 2015. (Credit: Reuters/Jason Miczek) The evidence is clear. The reports are in. There is no other conclusion. It’s 2015, and Black people in America are under a sustained and lethal terrorist attack. In North Charleston, S.C., not too far from the […]

Thousands Join Mass Climate Change Lobby Outside UK Parliament

Print Friendly Vicky Foxcroft MP meeting Ruby and Ava (eight) from Lewisham, London. Photograph: John Phillips/Getty Images Beekeepers, surfers, nuns and children were among thousands of people who lined up outside the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday to speak to their MP about climate change. Some had woken up in the early hours to travel […]

Reality Check: Is This Base Even Necessary?

Print Friendly Above photo: Protesters link hands encircling Futenma Base. From Japan Focus. Okinawa, Japan – The Okinawa Prefectural Government has chosen Nago City as the site for relocating the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station at Futenma. Since no decision has been made as to whether the base will be constructed on a sea-borne platform […]

Greeks Will Default As Central Bank Turns On Government

“At the moment we haven’t got the money,” said Oxford-educated minister Euclid Tsakalotos. Greece has been without any aid from its creditors since August 2014. The Syriza government has been locked in five month stalemate over the release of a remaining €7.2bn owed to the country under its current programme. Athens only avoided falling into […]

I’m Standing Between Shell & The Arctic—Join Me

Print Friendly This morning off the coast of British Columbia, I went face to face with Shell’s Arctic drilling rig, the Polar Pioneer. It was terrifying. But there are moments in life when—despite your fear—you must act. Standing in my tiny inflatable boat, feeling small and vulnerable as Shell’s rig approached, I had to steady […]

Vermont Gas Protester Arrested At Essex Worksite

Print Friendly Johanna Anderson of Plainfield, a member of Rising Tide Vermont, is driven away after being arrested after chaining herself to a Vermont Gas pipeline under construction in Essex on Thursday, June 18, 2015. Rising Tide opposes the new pipeline which the group says will transport gas acquired by fracking. (Photo: GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS) […]

The President’s Trade Deal Struggles Because It’s Bad Policy

Print Friendly The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a 12-country NAFTA-style trade deal with two serious problems. It doesn’t work, and it’s bad for democracy. First, everyone is in favor of trade. We can have good trade policy that raises living standards or bad trade policy that works fabulously well for a few, but very badly for everyone else. More than any other […]

Mass Protests Trigger On-Going Investigations Of Police Homicides

Print Friendly ERIC THAYER / REUTERS “Less than 3% of the nation’s 18,000 state and local police agencies have reported fatal shootings by their officers to the FBI.” In a recent article entitled “Fatal Police Shootings in 2015 Approaching 400 Nationwide” theWashington Post reports that 385 people across the US ranging in age from 16-83 have […]

‘No Justice, No Peace’: Clarity Of Purpose, Warning To Ruling Class

Print Friendly Tamir Rice and the Meaning of “No Justice – No Peace” “If the existing structures of governance and social organization cannot provide justice for Black people, then those structures must be pushed aside – or there will be no civil peace.” The current campaign against police oppression in Black America is widely dubbed […]

Research: How A Movement Mobilized Masses

Print Friendly Danette Starblanket is the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy PHD student who is examining how Idle No More activated the global community to demand change to the way government deals with First Nations in Canada. (Photo Credit: Boehmer Photography) In 2012, the Idle No More movement (“the movement” or INM) sparked hundreds […]

Why The War Against BDS?… The Real Reason

Print Friendly Demonstrators hold up signs during a BDS protest in Melbourne, Australia, in 2010. Wikimedia Commons/Takver (CC-BY-SA) Well, here’s why. The Financial Times has published a big, and somewhat balanced, article on the rapid rise of BDS that includes two stunning financial numbers showing how powerful the nonviolent movement for justice in Israel/Palestine is becoming. The […]

Maine Leading The Way On Government Of, For & By The People

Print Friendly Demonstration outside the U.S. Supreme Court to bring attention to reconsideration of the Citizens United v. FEC decision.  February 23, 2012.  Photo by Diego M. Radzinschi/THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL. Americans are fed up with the increasing grip of big money on our politics. This month, a new poll found that 85 percent of Americans — […]

92-Year-Old Booked Into Jail After Fracking Protest

Print Friendly (Photo: WFAA) DENTON, Texas — A 92-year-old woman was taken into custody and booked into the Denton jail for a short time on Tuesday after protesting at a fracking site. Violet Palmer said she knew that was a possibility when she joined her son and a small group of protesters outside a drilling […]

Stop Fast Track!

Truth-In Camp To Stop Vermont Gas Pipeline Monday, June 22, 2015 Montpelier, VT – The Public Service Board is set to… Source Article from

Northeast Anti-Fracking Coalition Derails Gas Forum

Print Friendly BOSTON, MA – Activists from Rhode Island, Vermont, Massachusetts, Maryland, Washington DC, and Maine disrupted the twentieth annual LDC Gas Forum two days in a row in protest of the Algonquin Incremental Market Expansion, the Cove Point LNG Export Terminal, the Vermont Gas Pipeline, and to demand the cancellation of all new gas […]

New NASA Data Show World Is Running Out Of Water

Print Friendly The world’s largest underground aquifers – a source of fresh water for hundreds of millions of people — are being depleted at alarming rates, according to new NASA satellite data that provides the most detailed picture yet of vital water reserves hidden under the Earth’s surface. Twenty-one of the world’s 37 largest aquifers — in […]

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