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Organizing Notes: Who Really Runs Ukraine — Read the Fine Print

Read the Fine Print! Bruce Gagnon   Organizing Notes   July 5, 2015 Click on the letter for a clearer view Bruce Gagnon is coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space. He offers his own reflections on organizing and the state of America's declining empire.... Media for the people!  Click here to More

Reversing Grassroots Win, US Senate Approves Fast Track Trade Measure

Friends of the Earth: "These trade deals would harm the environment, allow corporations to roll back government laws on fossil fuel exports and impede future action by Congress to protect the planet from climate disruption. A vote for Fast Track is a vote for climate disaster and an attack on our clean air and water."

▶Truthdigger of the Week: Navi Pillay

"...the voice of the victim everywhere" The lawmakers criticizing Pillay for attempting to do her job represent a government entangled with the interests of multinational business, including and especially purveyors of Middle Eastern oil. United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay visits South Sudan in April. AP/UNMISS By Alexander Reed Kelly  truthdig.com  August More

Trevor Timm: The Senate is giving more power to the NSA, in secret. Everyone should fight it

 Politicians are still trying to hand over your data behind closed doors, under the guise of 'cybersecurity' reform. Have we learned nothing? Trevor Timm    theguardian.com, Saturday 12 July 2014 Senator Dianne Feinstein says a new cyber security bill helps share information 'through a purely voluntary process and with significant measures to protect private information.' Did you More

▶ Mark Fiore: Bestest Friends, Featuring Knuckles and Snuggly

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/89580768] Click where it says "Watch on Vimeo" to see video.  Senator Dianne Feinstein's condemnation of CIA spying marked both a low and high point for the U.S. government. Finally, someone in office is angry enough at the privacy violations occurring daily in the United States to publicly denounce a spy agency's actions. Mark More

Ceding Liberty to Terror: Senate Votes Against Due-Process Rights> How they voted

Ceding Liberty to Terror: Senate Votes Against Due-Process Rights  CONOR FRIEDERSDORF  DEC 2 2011, 11:17 AM ET 76    The Atlantic  Asked to deny presidential authority to indefinitely detain Americans without charges or a trial, they declined, citing the threat of al-Qaeda. Is it lawful for the president to order any American held indefinitely as a terrorist, without More

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