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John Lennon & Yoko Ono: 'War Is Over! (If You Want It)'

Universal Healthcare 

’The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.’ Mahatma Gandhi

A Campaign to Cut Poverty in the United States in Half in Ten Years

It's Bigger Than Hip Hop

Howl: People vs Ferlinghetti - Final mp3 Beat Generation, etc

"Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little."- Edmund Burke

Glimpses of Nature

Yippie!

"New York City Hippie"

“Labor cannot, on any terms, surrender the right to strike.” —Louis Brandeis, Supreme Court Justice

Steve Earle - City Of Immigrants (Official)

Works in Progress

the beatles - revolution (version 1) (1968)

the beatles - revolution (version 2) (1968)

"Information is like air. It must be free for all. Forever."

Social Justice Leadership

"Any law which violates the inalienable rights of man is essentially unjust and tyrannical; it is not a law at all." -- Maximilien Robespierre

Universal Healthcare

"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek." - June Jordan

If we are always guided by other people’s thoughts, what’s the good of having our own? -- Oscar Wilde from “A Good Woman” 

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.” - Helen Keller

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America is gangsterism for the private profit of the few.-Vanessa Redgrave

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“When work is a pleasure, life is a joy! When work is a duty, life is slavery.” Maximilien Francois Robespierre

 

'Moore proves something that should be self-evident, that healthcare should be free, and is one of the basic pillars of a decent society' Nikos Gorgoraptis, 26, junior doctor

SF Outloud.com

American Friends 2007 Highlights

Yo! What happened to peace?

JUniversal Healthcare It's Free for Everyone

"The New Star Chamber: The New Jersey Family Court and the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act."

The Collateral Repair Project is a grassroots movement

SF Outloud.com

Jena by Mellencamp

The Proficiency Illusion

Naomi Klein: What is The Shock Doctrine?

It's A Free World... (2007) :: Production Notes

“The U.S. war against the Third World.”

A podcast of Walt and Mearsheimer’s presentation from September 17th

Alienation and Dissociation

Planet of Slums ends with a provocative meditation on the “war on terrorism” as an incipient world war between the American empire and the slum poor.

Contrary to common belief even among the educated, (Aldous) Huxley and (George) Orwell did not prophesy the same thing. Orwell warns that we will be overcome by externally imposed oppression. But in Huxley's vision, no Big Brother is required to deprive people of their autonomy, maturity and history. As he saw it, people will come to love their oppression, to adore the technologies that undo their capacities to think." Neil Postman, 1985

WAR MADE EASY: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death.

Tod Mikuriya, MD

Dave Dellinger's Life

David Dellinger still remembered

CSI Atlanta Video-"If jaywalking is against the law in Atlanta it is scarcely surprising the citizens are knocked down and squashed when they try it; good jaywalking requires a level of expertise which can only be acquired through serious practice from an early age."

Ask for Free Public Transportation

Seriousness is the only refuge of the shallow. - Oscar Wilde

Alan Greenspan vs. Naomi Klein on the Iraq War, Bush’s Tax Cuts, Economic Populism, Crony Capitalism and More

 

Workers Memorial Day

News From Nowhere by William Morris

News from Nowhere Book Shop

Free Universal Healthcarre

Whenever people agree with me I always feel I must be wrong. - Oscar Wilde

Anti-Union Network

JustShare

Lotta Continua

Good taste is the enemy of creativity - Picasso

 

Waist Deep In The Big Muddy

Dulce bellum inexpertis: war is sweet to the inexperienced.

The Political History of the Car Bomb

"I am what I am because of who we all are" - ubuntu

Quaker Action

‘If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working?” Tuco from “Buono, il brutto, il cattivo, Il (1966)

Travel Cuba

NO BASES (Military)

"There is no organizer like victory, " Ho Chi Minh once remarked.

The secret of life is to appreciate the pleasure of being terribly, terribly deceived. - Oscar Wilde, A Woman of No Importance, Act 3

 

"si non vis pacem, para bellum"--if you do not want peace, prepare for war

Victory breeds hatred, for the defeated live in pain. Happily live the peaceful, giving up victory and defeat. (Buddhism)

Mahatma Gandhi: “First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

Newspapers are unable, seemingly, to discriminate between a bicycle accident and the collapse of civilization. --George Bernard Shaw

Ubuntu is a complete Linux based software operating system

Center for Media and Democracy

La liberté éclairant le monde

Wikileaks.org :

“When the leaders speak of peace, the common folk know that war is coming. When the leaders curse war, the mobilization order is already written out.” - Bertolt Brecht

Wily Python Stories

Friends Peace

Courage to Resist

Website will allow you to calculate your own personal rate of inflation

"There was never a good war or a bad peace." Benjamin Franklin

It was James Baldwin who said, “People who shut their eyes to reality simply invite their own destruction.”

"The real difficulty in changing any enterprise lies not in developing new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones." John Maynard Keynes

Reality leaves a lot to the imagination. - John Lennon

NO DRAFT, NO WAY!

Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent. - Isaac Asimov

"War is cruelty and you cannot refine it." - Gen. William T. Sherman 1820-1891

"Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance." - Will Durant

"History is one big smoking gun and the function of the official press is to say this isn't so." - Alex Cockburn

Dovetail Joints

Collective puts Marx's Das Kapital on stage

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." - Martin Luther King, Jr.

"What is capital punishment if not the most premeditated of murders to which no criminal act, no matter how calculated, can be compared."-- Albert Camus

 

"We need to acknowledge, if we are thoughtful people, that terror is everywhere, and has been with us always, and involves all kind of people who later get called men of peace.'"- P. Sabin Willett

The Mindsweep - A Fellatio Rodriguez Film

 

"Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it." - George Bernard Shaw

 

 

"No matter how cynical you get, it's impossible to keep up."- Lily Tomlin

 

No Human Being Is Illegal

 

"Possession is nine tenths of the problem." - Dr. Winston O'Boogie

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“The first revolutionary act is to call things by their true names.”- Rosa Luxemburg

Before You Enlist

The War Comes Home

I think voting is the opium of the masses in this country. Every four years you deaden the pain. -Emma Goldman

“The Right to be Lazy.“

Ex-drugs policy director calls for legalisation

Once again: "The New American Cold War"

A Path to Peace in the Caucasus

RECLAIMING THE MORALITY OF ABORTION AND THE OVERDUE CHANGE TO THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.

Cracking the Pentagon Pundit Code

The laureate of all Arabs

This is yet another made-in-the-USA war.

Clinical trials test potential of hallucinogenic drugs to help patients

No NATO Membership for Georgia

No Good Guys in Russia-Georgia War

The Battle for Oil: EU’s hope to bypass Russian energy may be a pipe dream

Roberto Rodriguez: Questions journalists never ask

Joe Buck is a right wing nutter

“We have a country and a world that is actually run by thieves. That’s the problem.”

If I were to cast Obama in a movie, I would have him fighting through a crowd of flesh eating zombies and the lead zombie would be labeled “the media.”

"I've Been to the Mountaintop"

Bolivians strongly back Morales in referendum

Morales heads for win in tense Bolivian poll

Bolivia's President puts his popularity to the test

The Smell of Propaganda in the Morning

Plucky little Georgia? No, the cold war reading won't wash

War in the Caucasus: Inside the battle zone

Getting Georgia's War On

The Path to Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Avoid cliché like the plague? Never

Vonnegut’s Final Insights

Terror-bombing civilians is American as apple pie.

Marijuana package leads US police to mistakenly raid mayor's home

Why Misgovernment Was No Accident in Bush's Washington

The fire this time?

Superbugs

The Zapatistas are Still Resisting

The Unholy Trinity

A comedy version of the Third Reich

The tragic last moments of Margaret Hassan

The lies of Hiroshima live on, props in the war crimes of the 20th century

Syrian leader gets top billing in Middle East by doing nothing

The Anthrax Attacks and the Assault on Civil Liberties

Bush Proposes Regulatory Change to Ease Spying

The end of playtime?

Should President Bush be tried as a war criminal? Laura sits down with Vincent Bugliosi for a conversation about his new book, "The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder."

Olmert's Exit

Seoul Probes Civilian Massacres by US

New actor on the same old stage

Why He Fears the Fist: A Response

Israel's secret police pressuring sick Gazans to spy for them, says report

American Gulag Revisited

Italy: Berlusconi puts troops on Italian city streets

Get Your War On: The Watch List

Giant kites to tap power of the high wind

"Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me."

August 6 and August 9, 1945: Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Labor, Management and the Adversarial Relationship

German farmer gets world's first double arm transplant

Who's Really Running Iraq?

Scientist commits suicide over anthrax charges

Russia Takes Control of Turkmen (World?) Gas

Houston doctors say they may have found a way to destroy HIV

The Continuity of FARC-EP Resistance in Colombia

1984: The Left, The Democrats & the Future

South Dakota's Abortion Fairy Tale

Protest Politics and the Democratic Party

Scientists make solar power advance

Economic Free Fall?

The Next Big Bail Out

Are breast enlargements imitation or mutilation?

Pass the pretzels – it's Bush, the movie

Return of the Gunboat

The hard cash that wins the vice-presidency

Labor's Only Real Weapon

The Bush Administration's Secret Biowarfare Agenda

Hall of Fame Shut-Out

Music industry: The party's over. Haven't they heard?

My days in Fleet Street's Lubyanka

Attack of the Global Pirate Bankers

The picture that shames Italy

Memo to Obama, McCain: No one wins in a war

Remnick's Latest Blunder

When propaganda turns out to be fact

Floating wind turbines poised to harness ocean winds

Day of jackals as Paris marks the overthrow of a monarch

Portrait of a Panic

'Europe has a duty to educate the US about Middle East'

How to get a head: In search of the perfect pint

Sadr's Militia May Live to Fight Another Day

Disaster Capitalism: State of Extortion

Rewarding the Bubble's Enablers

Wall Street's Great Deflation

A lesson from across the Atlantic

Will Israel and / or the U.S. Attack Iran?

World's largest mortgage providers teeter on the brink of collapse

US crisis over $5 trillion loans liability

Cost of a shopping basket soars in the 'phoney' supermarket price war

New windows double as solar panels

The Shoot Down of Iran Air Flight 655

WENDELL BERRY ON MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL

Honor our paper by sending us the products of your fields, mines, and artisans, and by absorbing our debts; send us your troops for our military campaigns; love our friends and revile our enemies. Long live the Empire!

The damage grows larger each month, as the Bush administration dallies and ignores the corrosive consequences of the trade deficit.

An American life worth less today

'This is like apartheid': ANC veterans visit West Bank

Are They Really Oil Wars?

A Union Story

Riding the Colombia Gravy Train

The Empire Goes to the Movies

Lies, kidnapping and a mysterious laptop

U.S. documented but didn't stop S. Korean killings More than 100,000 leftists believed slain

U.S. Blues

Why, I find myself asking when I read them, can't we journalists write like this?

My War Story

Ransom claim in Ingrid Betancourt release

Independence Day

US Contractor Leads Torture Training in Mexico

Our leaders are failing to invest in technology that will actually prevent a future of climate chaos, choosing instead to work hand in hand with those plotting innovative schemes to profit from the mayhem.

Agribusiness and Agrarian Elites Foment Coup in Bolivia

It's Junk Economics

Dutch smoking ban: No tobacco in your joints, cafes ordered

Two Months Later, Hersh and the New Yorker Strain to Catch Up With CounterPunch

As historians ponder George W. Bush’s disastrous presidency, they may wonder how Republicans perfected a propaganda system that could fool tens of millions of Americans, intimidate Democrats, and transform the vaunted Washington press corps from watchdogs to lapdogs.

'We are trying our best to understand democracy'

Home-grown veg ruined by toxic fertiliser

19 Aphorisms to Jaundice Your Day

What's a Voter to Do?

Alito Jeopardizes Clean Campaign Financing

A Glimmer of Light in Television Wasteland

The War and the Yellow Press

Scalia Sprays the Second Amendment

Who's Actually Winning in Iraq?

Don't Blame the Saudis. Gas Price Gouging

A Brief History of Union Negotiations

“Inverted totalitarianism”

When the Facts Don't Fit, Make Them Up

Justifying the Unjustifiable

Erica Jong's "Arabs and Other Animals"

US General Accuses Bush Administration of War Crimes

Spoiling Sarko's Euro-Show

Enough is Enough

Now Management Can Use Tax Money in Anti-Union Campaigns

News Science Cancer Cloned immune cells cleared patient's cancer

Paul Krugman on Race: Ignorant and Disingenuous

Hunger and Humiliation in the Belt-Tightening Economy

Fellini's July 2008 Visit to Hugo Chavez

Judicial Warfare in Boumediene

Snapshots of life in Baghdad

The two sides don’t want the same thing. They never have and never will.

Daily Presidential Tracking Poll

The Brain Trauma Vets

A magnificent gesture that we must support

Reviving Habeas Corpus

Scarcity in an age of plenty

"Worst Massacre in Argentine History" Goes to Trial

The Middle East never tires of threats

We won't be Berlusconi's scapegoats, say Gypsies

Medgar Evers once said, 'You can kill a man but you can't kill an idea.'

This Land Is Their Land?

Harman places class at top of equality agenda

Ireland delivers stunning blow to Europe's leaders

Irish Class War Delivers No Vote to EU

Extreme Inequality: A Nation Guide

General Election: McCain vs. Obama RCP Poll

Obama's Chicago Boys

Ireland set to throw out EU treaty

The Iraq War Becomes Suicidal

Irish voters reject EU treaty

Deadly Diplomacy

Gin, Television, and Social Surplus

Privatized Patriot Profits Prevail

As Cranes Fall and People Die

The reality is that Iraqi authority would be nominal

Speculators and The Federal Reserve Bank

The Neoliberal Left and Socialism

Weighing down the Obama campaign, again.

Whatever Happened to "Democracy Now?"

No, Johnny, No: Chuck Berry joins chorus of musicians snubbing McCain's campaign

An ominous warning that the rapid rise in oil prices has only just begun

The War On Democracy by John Pilger

Kucinich Introduces 35 Articles of Impeachment

US professors face hostile reception in Jerusalem

A Ripe Time for Inflation

Oil shortage a myth, says industry insider

The West's weapon of self-delusion

All Politics, No Prose

How the Mind Works: Revelations

What a Miner's Life is Worth

'I have moral authority'

"Socialist" Wins Republican Nomination in Montana

Senate Intelligence Report: Can You Say “Impeachment”?

Cheney Enrages Iraqis Over Security Deal

Environment Renewable energy World's biggest solar farm at centre of Portugal's ambitious energy plan

Name That Terrorist

Masculine, Feminine or Human?

House prices: Market sliding faster than in the 1990s recession

Ohio Police Attack Long Walkers

Regular drinking 'halves risk of arthritis'

Hillary's Wreckage

Secret plan to keep Iraq under US control

Soros attacks 'craze-following' institutions for inflating oil prices

Why Hillary Shouldn't Be Obama's VP

Jimmy Carter tells Barack Obama not to pick Hillary Clinton as running mate

John McCain's Gramm Gamble

Chronology of a Lie

State high court refuses to put same-sex ruling on hold

Sixteen or fight?

Malaria: a miracle in the making offers hope to millions worldwide

Daily Democratic Presidential Primary Tracking Polling History

"The remorseless algebra of a deflationary death spiral"

Democratic Presidential Nomination

Stonehenge builders had geometry skills to rival Pythagoras

"Money As Debt"

My Life, By Fidel Castro with Ignatio Ramonet

John Cusack's War: The Actor Battles to Un-embed Hollywood With His New Film, "War, Inc."

An Interview with Howard Zinn on Anarchism

Rosa Luxemburg's Shock Doctrine

An Exclusive Interview with Robert Fisk

Standard Operating Procedure

'Those who make half revolution dig their own graves'.

US states consider lowering drinking age

There Is Little Charity In Wealthy Charitable Hospitals.

"What we have in this country is socialism for the rich and free enterprise for the poor." Gore Vidal

Redacted

Chicago 10

YEP RADIO (broadcasting now)

Egalité! Liberté! Sexualité!: Paris, May 1968

Do do do do do do- oh yeah!

No One Is Safe: The Ruling Class Unleashed

"Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes." - Mahatma Gandhi

The Beatles - Revolution - David Frost Show 1968

Revolution (slow version)

EVERY EXPERIENCED politician knows the axiom: He who chooses the members of a commission determines its conclusions in advance.

"It is easy to see that the rich have a great distaste for their country's democratic institutions," wrote Alexis de Tocqueville in his classic 19th century treatise, Democracy in America. "The people are a power whom they fear and scorn."

Molly Ivins writing in January 2006, “I’d like to make it clear to the people who run the Democratic Party that I will not support Hillary Clinton for president. Enough. Enough triangulation, calculation and equivocation.”

The Circumambulation of Mt. Tamalpais

"Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings." - Cassius

"The beginning of thought is in disagreement - not only with others but also with ourselves" -. Eric Hoffer

"We are ordinary people who have found a way to organize ourselves in resistance to this unjust war. We call on all people of goodwill to find their own methods of creative noncompliance.

"Our lives are worth more than their profits" - Olivier Besancenot.

"It is the most sophisticated media ever developed by technology, employed to kill human beings and to subjugate or exterminate peoples".

"I turned down the OBE because it's not a club you want to join when you look at the villains who've got it. It's all the things I think are despicable: patronage, deferring to the monarchy and the name of the British Empire, which is a monument of exploitation and conquest." - Ken Loach

Any law which violates the inalienable rights of man is essentially unjust and tyrannical; it is not a law at all. Maximilien Robespierre

"The Four Freedoms Came from United Social Effort for the Common Good"

Gripweed's Reasons for Fighting 

The abortion ship's doctor

It’s “revolutionary patience that yields long-term change.”

Frances Moore Lappé's Recipe for Radical Renewal

It's based on the "screw-you" philosophy of governing, a philosophy on display in California.

" Music is everybody's possession. It's only publishers who think that people own it. "- John Lennon

'Ending Nuclear Power is a first step to stopping Nuclear War'

Imagine Peace—A Ray of Light in Dark Times

In what turned out to be his final performances, Bruce took to reciting (with a thick German accent) lines from a poem by the Trappist monk Thomas Merton — a meditation on the high-ranking Nazi official Adolf Eichmann. “My defense? I was a soldier. I saw the end of a conscientious day’s effort. I watched through the portholes. I saw every Jew burned and turned into soap. Do you people think yourselves better because you burned your enemies at long distances with missiles? Without ever seeing what you’d done to them?” - Lenny Bruce

Legalise all drugs: chief constable demands end to 'immoral laws'

The Case for Universal Health Care

Imagine Peace

We must engage in the Long Resistance to this current world war, using every nonviolent means to bring about its end.

Bring On The Lucie (Freda People)

“Never believe anything until it’s officially denied.”

"Capitalism has destroyed our belief in any effective power but that of self interest backed by force." George Bernard Shaw

A Feather From The Sky

Five More Minutes

The mouse that shook the world

Five More Minutes

The Last Antiwar Poem

"Wichita Vortex Sutra"

Helen Caldicott speaks up for us

Nuclear Energy: Still a Bad Idea

 

"We should take care, in inculcating patriotism into our boys and girls, that is a patriotism above the narrow sentiment which usually stops at one's country, and thus inspires jealousy and enmity in dealing with others... Our patriotism should be of the wider, nobler kind which recognises justice and reasonableness in the claims of others and which lead our country into comradeship with...the other nations of the world. The first step to this end is to develop peace and goodwill within our borders, by training our youth of both sexes to its practice as their habit of life, so that the jealousies of town against town, class against class and sect against sect no longer exist; and then to extend this good feeling beyond our frontiers towards our neighbours." Lord Baden-Powell

US vs JOHN LENNON

"In 1964 Barry Goldwater declared: 'Elect me president, and I will bomb the cities of Vietnam, defoliate the jungles, herd the population into concentration camps and turn the country into a wasteland.' But Lyndon Johnson said: 'No! No! No! Don't you dare do that. Let ME do it.'"

Characterization (paraphrased) of the 1964 Goldwater/Johnson presidential race by Professor Irwin Corey, "The World's Foremost Authority."

 

"it takes two to speak the truth, one to speak and another to hear"
- henry david thoreau

“. . . the ever memorable and blessed Revolution…A city cemetery could contain the coffins filled by that brief Terror which we have all been so diligently taught to shiver at and mourn over; but all France could hardly contain the coffins filled by that older and real Terror -- that unspeakably bitter and awful Terror which none of us has been taught to see in its vastness or pity as it deserves.” -- Mark Twain

 

Human Rights

It has been said, "if you understand, things are just as they are; if you do not understand, things are just as they are." Let us understand that to live is a human right. We have a right not to be killed; others have also have a right not to be killed.

Poet John Donne's line "never send to ask for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee," says it well.

When the gods wish to punish us, they answer our prayers. - Oscar Wilde, An Ideal husband, 1893

 

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