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  • Oct 15 2013 - 8:08pm
    emptywheel
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    WaPo has its latest Snowden scoop out, describing how the NSA collects hundreds of thousands of email contact lists daily.

    emptywheel
    Anonymous
  • Sep 28 2013 - 1:17pm
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    Also live NY City Central Park

    Internet Woodstock?
    Stevie Wonder and other performers
    No catch, unless AOL sponsorship is a catch

  • Sep 24 2013 - 3:45pm
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    A new media is in the making. Springing from a spirit of rebellion, from everywhere, anywhere and nowhere.
    A quality media, because being an activist does not mean giving up being a journalist.
    An independent media, because being a journalist does not mean giving up being a revolutionary
    A creative and surprising media, because being reliable does not mean being boring.

  • Sep 24 2013 - 10:46am
    Dean Baker
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    In just one week the main part of Obamacare will begin to kick in. This is the state level exchanges that will allow the uninsured to be covered. Beginning on October 1, people will be able to sign up to get insurance in their state regardless of their health.

    Dean Baker
    Anonymous
  • Sep 18 2013 - 9:55am
    Richard Eskow
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    Today, September 17, marks the second anniversary of the Occupy movement. When that movement is mentioned at all in Washington, which is rarely, the tone is dismissive. It didn’t have coherent goals, someone may say. The movement needed an electoral strategy, someone else will add. No wonder it didn’t last.

    That’s getting it backwards. The Occupy movement wasn’t the foundation for change; it was the reflection of a deeper desire for it. It was the effect, not the cause, and it won’t disappear because of the wishful thinking of a few.

    Richard Eskow
    Anonymous
  • Sep 14 2013 - 10:23pm
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    Circumstance has changed things.

    Much of the hard US Right is pro-peace. Russia is now more pro-peace than the US. Much of the formerly independence seeking Kurds in Iraq now dutifully try to patch up differences between Iraqi Shiites and Sunnis to prevent Turkey from seizing and independent Kurdistan.

  • Sep 13 2013 - 4:26pm
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    Sunday September 15, 10 am to 6 pm ride the Broad Street line free.

    Miller Light Beer is celebrating the Eagles game but will also give free rides at stops like Temple going away from the direction of the game.

    Save money on a transfer and save money by changing certain trips such as going on Erie Ave from the North East passing the El stop and getting on the SEPA trains at Broad and Erie instead.

  • Sep 9 2013 - 9:54pm
    Mark Ames
    1

    (A: In 2008, Cheney Really Did Plan To Bomb Russia)

    One of the wildest rumors about the Syria War going around last week claimed that Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s military chiefs to draw up plans for a full-scale military attack on Saudi Arabia if US-led forces bomb Syria.

    Mark Ames
    Anonymous
  • Sep 6 2013 - 3:02am
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    Toni Solo
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    The Edward Snowden affair and the subsequent media campaign in the Guardian and the Washington Post and other NATO psy-warfare media outlets coincide with the shamelessly deceitful media campaign justifying a military assault against the government of Syria and thus too against the Resistance alliance of Syria, Iran and Hizbollah contesting the Occupation of Palestine. Obviously, it is too much to suggest that the Edward Snowden affair was deliberately contrived so as to provide a progressive propaganda alibi to corporate and alternative media advocating yet another imperialist aggression – this time against Syria.

    For people outside North America and Europe, the internal spat within the West's ruling élites offers little of interest. Very clearly, almost the entire Western corporate and alternative media network operates on the basis of psychological warfare criteria ultimately at the service of the imperialist tendencies of their countries' societies and the aggressive élites that control them. Like that of their corporate counterparts, the role of the West's supposedly alternative or progressive media, and the similarly funded non-governmental sector, is to provide a moral alibi for their countries' imperialist crimes against humanity.

    Toni Solo