News :: Military : Protests and Vigils : Surveillance/censorship

NOBLE RESOLVE, 8/23 -- Captain May / Mike Francis (Oregonian)

Captain May, the Internet Intelligence writer, continues to investigate Noble Resolve, the Portland Nuke exercise that has military officials changing their story and causing alarm.

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News :: Media

The Shortwave Report 8/24/07 ¡Listen Globally!

A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. 2 files- broadcast and slow-modem streaming. Free to rebroadcast. China, Netherlands, Cuba, and Russia.

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News :: Civil and Human Rights : Crime and Police : Legislation : Media : Protests and Vigils

The Empire Tastes an Unprecedented Moral Defeat

GERARDO, Ramón, René, Fernando and Antonio are still behind bars in the United States, three of them in maximum security prisons, and all of them subjected to the hateful revenge of those in Washington who have made them the target of reprisals against the Cuban Revolution.

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LOCAL Commentary :: Crime and Police

Code of Silence Stymies Police

A new form of peer pressure, possibly glamorized by rap music, has police here struggling to find answers in several recent shootings.

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Commentary :: Surveillance/censorship

WAR ON A TACTIC that they labeled TERRORISM.

The Problem Reaction Solution Paradigm (The Hegelian Dialectic)
1) The government creates or exploits a problem blaming it on others
2) The people react by asking the government for help willing to give up their rights
3) The government offers the solution that was planned long before the crisis

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News :: Civil and Human Rights : Labor : Military : Protests and Vigils : Surveillance/censorship

Philippine Democracy Under Arroyo’s Petty Tyranny

Imelda-Marcos__Gloria-Macapagal-Arroyo.jpgThe rampant human rights violation under the Gloria Macapagal Arroyo government and her penchant for issuing policies that have curtailed the freedom of speech and assembly have been likened to the tyranny that reigned over our country during the time of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

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News :: Civil and Human Rights

Johnny America Speaks Out Against The Madness

Hannity is a perfect example of what a neocon is. It's a one
way communications system. He tells us what we think, and
he'll never takes our calls, they won't read our emails, and
they'll continue to pretend WE don't exist. AND... when WE
die, they'll be richer for it.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Media : STLIMC/CAMP in the News

3 STLIMC Crew Meetings this Week

The new St. Louis IMC is more than just a website — it's itching to be a real media organization, the formative work is underway, and volunteers are urged to plug in now.

Plans are evolving around 3 Crews that can sustain basic operations… the first meetings are set this week, open to interested folks per curiosities, passions, & skills:

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News :: Environment

Blow Off Dem Melting Ice Caps Jethro....Let's Drill for More Oil

The Arctic ice is melting at an accelerating pace, with this year already showing record retreat. There is still a month or so left of summer heating, but the record minimum ice melt has already been reached. "It is therefore almost certain that the previous 2005 record will be annihilated by the final 2007 annual minima closer to the end of this summer."(1)

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LOCAL Commentary :: Media Reform Conference

Should Journalists be Certified?

Reasonable people here in the U.S. appreciate, and also assume, that our culture’s news industry of executives, editors and journalists be held to high standards of professional conduct. A democratic republic needs, as well as expects, truth in reporting, and adequate, if not comprehensive, coverage on “all” important issues. To refocus the question of media fraud to one of whether journalists ought to be certified, or accredited by some kind of professional board, in order to be recognized as “professional” journalists, is, to say the least, shortsighted.

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