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Henhawk Hillary Clinton Argued That Gaddafi Be Murdered And Libya Be Bombed (tags)
Hillary Clinton has aggressively promoted war in 12 countries, helping kill millions
Ted Cruz 5 Times Went Before The US Supreme Court To Argue For Texecutions (tags)
Ted Cruz, aggressive supporter of Texecutions, war, concealed carry. Friend of Goldman Sachs, the 2nd amendment
Khader Adnan Rearrested, Then Released (tags)
ACLU v. Clapper (tags)
It’s Secularists That Are Poisoning Discourse, USD Professor Says (tags)
According to University of San Diego professor Steven D. Smith, the coarsening of our public discourse shouldn't be blamed on religious people arguing issues on the basis of moral values. Instead, it's secular people who consider themselves "rational" and "scientific" who have intimidated religious people from expressing their views openly and forced them to "smuggle" in their perspectives in ostensibly secular terms.
Right-Wing Queer Councilmember DeMaio Dominates San Diego Economic Debate (tags)
Openly Queer Right-wing San Diego City Councilmember Carl DeMaio dominated a forum on the city’s budget woes sponsored by the Hillcrest Town Council February 5. Three other panelists spoke ¬— former San Diego City Attorney Mike Aguirre, who stunned his supporters in the progressive community by joining DeMaio in campaigning against a proposed city sales tax increase last fall; former City Councilmember Michael Zucchet, a lobbyist for the city workers’ main union; and economics professor Alan Gin — but DeMaio and his proposed “Roadmap for Recovery,” a plan to balance the city’s budget by privatizing city jobs, slashing pensions and reducing supposedly “nonessential” city services, was the basis for the discussion and provided the context to which the other three panelists responded.
Three-Judge Appeals Court Panel Hears Prop. 8 Challenge (tags)
A quick overview of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals hearing on the constitutionality of Proposition 8, based exclusively on what I saw and heard during the C-SPAN telecast of the hearing and written without reference to any legal “experts” or political pundits.
The People vs. Johannes Mehserle Second Los Angeles Hearing (tags)
A story from the LA Coaltion for Justice for Oscar Grant
American Empire Foreclosed? (tags)
Mark Engler, a writer based in New York City, is a senior analyst with Foreign Policy In Focus and the author of How to Rule the World: The Coming Battle Over the Global Economy (Nation Books, 2008). He can be reached via the Web site http://www.DemocracyUprising.com.
The Senate and the real John Roberts: Workers World editorial (tags)
With such a horrendous record, the hearings in the Senate should be quite simple. If this were not a club of millionaires, the exposures and questions would be straight forward. Roberts would be charged as anti-woman, racist, anti-labor, anti-environment and a tool of big business.
Media Can Legally Lie (tags)
Fl Appellate Court Rules Media Can Legally Lie
Malign Condescension -- or Benign Neglect? (tags)
The October 7th recall election of Gray Davis might be recalled by a Federal judge (tags)
The California Attorney General's office and Monterey County officials conceded that they need federal approval, and that without it, the entire recall election, including the two voter initiatives on the ballot, would have to be postponed, perhaps to the March primary.
Claims and Allegations and Still No Signs of Iraq's Alleged Weapons of Mass Destruction (tags)
Is the Bush administration sufficiently challenged or so blatantly confident that they do not feel obligated into producing such evidence that justified an invasion into Iraq?
Tell Feinstein to defend disability rights - Thursday, 12 noon (tags)
Gather at Senator Feinstein's LA office to tell her to defend the rights of people with disabilities, and protest her Judiciary Committee vote in favor of Jeffrey Sutton.
MUMIA ABU-JAMAL DENIED NEW TRIAL (tags)
Abu-Jamal Denied Chance for New Trial By DAVID B. CARUSO, Associated Press Writer
Student Suspended for Wearing Clothes (tags)
reprinted from the AP wire A judge ruled Thursday that a 15-year-old sophomore cannot form an anarchy club or wear T-shirts opposing the U.S. bombing of Afghanistan