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On Tuesday AIPAC "applauded" The House's passage of the U.S.-Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012—which the Senate approved on 29 June 2012.
All that Power cares about is keeping it for themselves and time is NOW for We The People to be The Boss!
The attack was the easy part; the aftermath in not being able to get our government to address this cover up has been the bastard
From 1904 until 1950, facsimile copies of “THE JEFFERSON BIBLE: The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth Extracted Textually from the Gospels in Greek, Latin, French and English” were distributed to every newly elected member of the Senate on the very day they swore their oath of office.
March 30, 2012 is The Global March to Jerusalem and the 36th anniversary of LAND DAY. As “reality leaves much to the imagination” [John Lennon] I imagine the third intifada could finally erupt...
Today at the United Nations President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas formally requested full United Nations membership and stated, "I don’t believe anyone with a shred of conscience can reject our application for full admission in the United Nations." Citizens of conscience can help force President Obama to earn his Nobel Peace Prize...
[New York City]--Last week, I went back to my homeland-New York City. I wanted to get a message through to the Supreme Allied Commander of the Colbert Super PAC Nation...On 14 July, the Israeli High Court justices ruled that Vanunu’s petition to have his citizenship revoked under the recently passed Citizenship Revocation Law must be answered within 30 days. That deadline expired yesterday...
Michael Lind reaches back into Anglo Saxon mythology for a political history lesson and some perspective on the "Tea Party" at Salon. Tom Engelhardt assures us that the Christmas bomber incident was not a national emergency but other reasons why we might want to hang on to our skivvies. The damage done to our country by the criminal behavior at our largest banks and financial institutions is probably far more profound than anything plotted in the caves of Tora Bora and Jim Hightower wants to know: "What happened to reforming Wall Street?" Those stories and more in today's picks