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KPFK programming: Compliments [for a change] and for changes in programming (tags)
One program on KPFK continues to deliver...Roy Tuckman's "Somethings Happening" show, deep into night, also in archives for day net users.
Anai Rhoads Ford Interview Part II (tags)
Chow: Do you think PETA is sincere? Rhoads Ford: Far from it. They do "some" good, but their corporate style and internal undemocratic environment is disheartening. I saw people hired and fired over nothing, but more notably for not being compatible with Ingrid NewKirk's tightfisted rules.
Why is LA Indymedia hiding so many posts? (tags)
Is "hiding" opposing viewpoints supposed to help the democratic process?! Hypocracy.
Religious Persecution of Muslims In The US (tags)
Four fans celebrating a birthday at Giants Stadium were plucked from their seats by New Jersey State Police and detained for nearly an hour as FBI agents probed their religious beliefs, the men charged yesterday.
Ralph Nader Takes Out The Trash: A Rebuttal To The ADL's Abe Foxman. (tags)
A letter to Abe Foxman of the ADL, after Foxman had issued one of his standard "he's a bigot" responses to Nader's criticism of Israeli policy.
Anarchists and their Endless Contradictions (tags)
Radicals - And Why I'll Never Understand Them
WARNING: DO NOT WHATCH THE MATRIX RELOADED ITS RATED R FOR RETARDED (tags)
Letter of Solidarity: There are some things all Americans can agree on (tags)
Americans are deeply divided on the issue of the war in Iraq. Some of us agree with our military's invasion and some do not. I am adamantly against the war but my friend Thad thinks the problem is with some of the specific things are government does, such as impose sanctions and secretly target civilians. Any American, if you ask him or her, will say that he or she does not want innocent civilians to die or suffer. Any American will also say that he or she doesn't want our troops to suffer needlessly. In light of this fact, my friend and I composed a letter to President Bush in an effort to unify on our nation on common ground.