Monthly Archives: February 2015

John Pilger: Why The Rise Of Fascism Is Again The Issue

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Merchants of Doubt Official Trailer: Build the buzz.

Published on Jan 30, 2015 Merchants of Doubt Official Trailer 1 (2014) – Documentary HD A documentary that looks at pundits-for-hire who present themselves as scientific authorities as they speak about topics like toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and climate change.

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Reprieve: Houthi must confirm US citizen Sharif Mobley’s safety, grant attorney access

Reprieve: +44 (0) 207 553 8140 For immediate release: Fri Feb 27, 2015 Houthi authorities in Yemen must confirm safety of US citizen and give access to counsel, says lawyer   Lawyers for a US citizen disappeared in Yemen are … Continue reading

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.@BarackObama: Find everyone you’ve Disappeared

Why was US citizen Sharif Mobley abandoned in Yemen? | Cori Crider | Comment is free | The Guardian For a moment last year, it seemed as if a Yemeni judge might actually seek out the truth of all this. … Continue reading

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Selling National Parks

Originally posted on Frostys ramblings a left look at life:
PETER FROST is outraged as national parks, starved of funds by the Con-Dems, prepare for a flogging-off of assets Ever since they were nearly elected in 2010 the Tories and…

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Pepper sprayed, assaulted, arrested for filming #ExcessiveForce

Film the Police, Police Brutality, Amherst, Lawsuit, Riot Police, Lawsuit, Militarized Police Amherst, MA– University of Massachusetts Amherst student, Thomas Donovan, who is majoring in legal studies and had planned to become a Massachusetts State Trooper, has filed a lawsuit … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality Wins Big!

Originally posted on JoAnn Chateau:
The FCC has classified the Internet as a public utility – to keep it fast, fair and open. Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile must now act in the ‘public interest’…

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