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Commentary :: Peace & War

Emperors and Chicken Hawks

The difference between Roman emperors and the present day versions of the same.

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Interview :: Labor & Economics

Building Bridges Radio - Social Insecurity plus The Next Pres. of Chile?

Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report presents this 28 min radio program. TO LISTEN CLICK ON WEB ADDRESS LINK BELOW

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News :: Peace & War

Flashpoints segment on Noran Deeb


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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights

The fairy tale of the Dutch tolerant society and the humane asylum-policy

In contrarily with the general allegations in American and Western newsmedia, not only the Netherlands is no open society for minorities, moreover the Dutch asylum-policy is violating gravely international humanitarian principles.

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Announcement :: Alternative Media

Announcement: Help meet a Chomsky challenge to support independent news & The NewStandard

Help meet a Chomsky challenge to support independent news and The NewStandard

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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Ward Churchill responds to attacks...

Press Release - by Ward Churchill
January 31, 2005

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Announcement :: Womyn

Woman Shaman

Max Dashu has created thousands of slides of womens history which cover many aspects of how women influenced ancient and modern culture.

She has unearthed womens history which is often obscured by global patriarchy.

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights : Globalization & Capitalism : Labor & Economics

DOE Has Plans for Iran's Neighbors

Recently, there has been a flurry of activity between the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Iran. Energy Department documents explain why these lesser known countries have become so important and very shortly will be major news items... at least in the free press, i.e., DOGSPOT

...the 1999 natural gas discovery of Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz field appears to have boosted the region's natural gas export prospects. The Shah Deniz field...
is thought to be the

largest natural gas discovery worldwide since 1978


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News :: Globalization & Capitalism

A Surplus of Men, a Deficit of Peace

A study conducted at Toronto's York University found that when young males of an aggressor nation reach 35% of the population, war is inevitable (Excess of young men cited as spark that ignites wars" Boston Globe 9/21/98).

Jonathan Power's article supports this study. The male surplus has worsened since female fetuses are aborted in the patriarchies of China and India where sons are favored.

It is believed that by 2015 there will be more than 50 million frustrated, horny angry young Chinese and Indian men itching to join the army where they will participate in their usual killing and raping sprees.

Here's a pointed question guaranteed to curl the short hairs of antichoice woo woos.

Q "What would the world be like it all the world's women had reproductive rights and began aborting mostly male fetuses? Would there be a shortage of psychopathic mercenaries and rapists?
Just asking. —Utopia Bold

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Announcement :: Civil & Human Rights


There is a coordinated day of action nationally against mountain top removal. Take a look at the picture. They are doijng this to our mountains, and the people of appalachia are sufferring for it. Heres how to take action in solidarity with appalachian folks who will also be participating in this day of action!

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