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A Summary of Internet Surveillance Legislation

Internet surveillance laws in Canada and around the worldJune 19, 2009 The Canadian government has been trying to modernize its surveillance and wiretapping laws for years now, to take into account the growth of cellphone and internet communications. Canada’s current … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: No Reason for Indians to Celebrate

See video “Thanksgiving: A Native American View” below. Native Blood: The Myth of ThanksgivingBy Mike Ely It is a deep thing that people still celebrate the survival of the early colonists at Plymouth — by giving thanks to the Christian … Continue reading

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Security Was Not Part of the Master Plan, Ever

Blackwater’s Not Going AnywhereBy Jeremy Scahill / July 30, 2008 It seems that executives from Blackwater Worldwide, the Bush Administration’s favorite hired guns in Iraq and Afghanistan, are threatening to pack up their M4 assault rifles, CS gas and Little … Continue reading

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BOOKS : Carl Oglesby’s ‘Ravens in the Storm’

Last updated July 29, 2008 Former SDS president reflects on that organization’s stormy history at the leading edge of the sixties New LeftBy Mariann G. Wizard / The Rag Blog / July 24, 2008 When I joined UT Students for … Continue reading

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Tom Hayden on Barack Obama and the Slippery Slope

Barack at RiskBy Tom Hayden / July 4, 2008 Call him slippery or nuanced, Barack Obama’s core position on Iraq has always been more ambiguous than audacious. Now it is catching up with him as his latest remarks are questioned … Continue reading

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And If You Think You Live in a Great Country

We think you’re confused. Don’t Even Think About It: Enter The Thought Policeby James Ridgeway and Jean Casella Perhaps no campaign tactic is more effective than fearmongering, and in the current presidential race the sum of all fears, once again, … Continue reading

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Analysing Chomskian Politics

Chomsky debate: repression and manufacturing consentBy Ron Ridenour, Axis of Logic ColumnistJan 16, 2008, 15:12 Noam Chomsky is a steadfast effective critic of United States imperial foreign policy and the corporate global empire, and is probably the most influential single … Continue reading

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The Politics of Fear – Full Lockdown Mode

Journey to the Dark Side: The Bush Legacy (Take One)By Tom Engelhardt “Give me your tired, your poor,Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,I lift my lamp beside … Continue reading

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It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

The FBI in peace and war — still the sameby Saul Landau, August 11, 2007, Progreso Weekly When I read a news story about the FBI “taking cues from the CIA to recruit thousands of covert informants in the United … Continue reading

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Living in a Police State

A Boeing / Israeli Joint Venture: Spy Towers on the US BorderBy BRENDA NORRELL, ARIVACA, Ariz. Boeing has enlisted the aid of Elbit Systems, Israel’s major defense contractor, to construct high-tech surveillance along the border of the U.S. and Mexico. … Continue reading

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