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Hillary's Agendas 11.11.2013 11:50
The International Greed Factor is Holding Greenpeace Activists Hostage...sillie$
The underwater battle for the world's resources continues and apparently Greenpeace activists being held captive in Russia are just little pawns used in the bigger picture of detering International greed over Mother Earths Preservation..

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MM 11.11.2013 07:34
Meatless Mondays recipe: Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchiladas
Butternut squash, black beans, tomatoes, cilantro and spices are simmered in a skillet with green chilies and jalapeno, then wrapped in tortillas and baked in the oven with enchilada sauce and cheese - these vegetarian enchiladas are delicious and perfect for meatless Mondays, or any day of the week!

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Patrick Schreiner 11.11.2013 05:34
Seven Good Reasons for a More Just Tax Policy
In the US, the top tax rate was over 70% from 1938 to 1982. Reagan cut the top rate to 35% and changed taxation from corporate to individual leading to exploding inequality and generalized insecurity. Raising the taxes of the super-rich would partially reduce unjust inequality through redistribution. Taxation, investment, labor market, trade and distribution policies needchange

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Patrice Faubert 11.11.2013 04:51
Paraphysique de la réaction
Les nombreux visages de la réaction...

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Jess E. Hadden 11.11.2013 04:36
Public Employee, Fired During Recession, Thanks Anti-Austerity 'Occupiers' for $38K Check
If the story ended there, it would be an Orwellian account of left-wing activists getting government workers fired during an economic recession in order to score points. But fortunately, the story doesn't end there.

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Akbayan (Citizens Action Party) 11.11.2013 03:17
A Call for Donations to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
Akbayan Partylist, through its #Akbayanihan Relief Drive, is again calling on the public for donations and volunteers to help the victims of super typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda).

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Mark Vorpahl 11.11.2013 00:59
The Time Has Come For $15 Minimum Wage
In one of comedian Chris Rock's routines, he observes: "You know what that means when someone pays you a minimum wage? You know what your boss is trying to say? 'Hey, if I could pay you less, I would, but it's against the law.'"

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Anonymous 11.11.2013 00:58
TOR Gets A New Market Place - The BlackBox Market
A new hidden encrypted anonymous market place for the masses

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Harry Leslie Smith 10.11.2013 21:18
[Remembrance Day] This Year, I Will Wear A Poppy For The Last Time
[CONTEXT / CLARIFICATION FOR U.S.A. READERS: In Commonwealth countries, Remembrance Day is observed on 11th November, same as Veterans Day and Armistice Day.]

Over the last 10 years the sepia tone of November has become blood-soaked with paper poppies festooning the lapels of our politicians, newsreaders and business leaders. The most fortunate in our society have turned the solemnity of remembrance for fallen soldiers in ancient wars into a justification for our most recent armed conflicts. The American civil war's General Sherman once said that "war is hell", but unfortunately today's politicians in Britain use past wars to bolster our flagging belief in national austerity or to compel us to surrender our rights as citizens, in the name of the public good.

For many of you 1914 probably seems like a long time ago but I'll be 91 next year, so it feels recent. My uncle and many of my relatives died in that war and they weren't officers or NCOs; they were simple Tommies. They were like the hundreds of thousands of other boys who were sent to their slaughter by a government that didn't care to represent their citizens if they were working poor and under-educated.

Next year, I won't wear the poppy but I will until my last breath remember the past and the struggles my generation made to build this country into a civilised state for the working and middle classes.

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joe anybody 10.11.2013 17:49
Video: Ahjamu Umi 10.17.13 The Power Is Here
A short out take video of Ahjamu encouraging folks to get engaged with organizing for positive social change. The Power is in all of us and in our organizing together.

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Zahir Ebrahim | Project Humanbeingsfirst.org 10.11.2013 11:49
Undoing the Theft of Palestine
The Oligarchic Primacy in Palestine and the Oligarchic Primacy for World Government is one and the same project.

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auntieracist 10.11.2013 08:36
shameless rich
Shame, shame, shame.

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Andrew Levine 10.11.2013 07:20
The Folly of ObamaCare
Can the bungling thus far be contained? If so, Obamacare will "succeed" just as its precursor, Romneycare, did. That Republican program did fix some problems with insurance markets and it did diminish the number of people in Massachusetts who are uninsured. This is all that Obamacare will do for the rest of the country if it doesn't founder first.

The deeper problem is that Obamacare relies on market mechanisms and private ownership of health care resources.

In our political and media culture, it is blasphemy to speak ill of markets and private ownership. But they are the problem, and there is no evading this stubborn fact.

In free market theology, supply and demand are in concord; wherever there is a demand (a want that someone is willing to pay to have realized), someone will come along to satisfy it.

But even the most ardent free marketeers understand that this is an idealization that real world markets seldom even approximate. There are too many coordination problems, information deficits, transaction costs, and so on.

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Jess E. Hadden 10.11.2013 06:50
Best Buy to Remain Open 24/7 Through Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year Holidays
"We have to realize that we're talking about more than just workers. Workers are consumers, too. And some of those consumers also have families, just like we do."

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remembering 09.11.2013 10:15
Memorial for Fred Bryant is today at 11am
7600 NE Glisan @ 11 am

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Patrice Faubert 09.11.2013 02:25
L'instinct maternel n'existe pas
Faire l'amour sans procréation...

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Lynda Carson 08.11.2013 19:03
Petition & Article: Salary Cap Needed For Nonprofit Housing Developers
Too many executives in so-called nonprofit housing organizations all across the nation make upwards of $200,000 to $300,000 a year, off of tax payer subsidized housing projects!

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Mark Blyth 08.11.2013 17:27
Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea
Book review of "Austerity: The History of a Dangerous Idea," 304 pp, March 2013: "Slaves of Defunct Economists: Why politicians pursue austerity policies that never work" by Henry Farrel, Washington Monthly, Mar/Apr 2013

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Laughing Horse Books 08.11.2013 11:24
PDX-Exchange @ Laughing Horse Books
pdxchange Come down to Laughing Horse Saturday, November 9th, between 3pm-7pm to see local artists, bands and zines show off their stuff.

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eff 08.11.2013 09:26
How Can the New York Times Endorse an Agreement the Public Can't Read?
The New York Times' editorial board has made a disappointing endorsement of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), even as the actual text of the agreement remains secret. That raises two distressing possibilities: either in an act of extraordinary subservience, the Times has endorsed an agreement that neither the public nor its editors have the ability to read. Or, in an act of extraordinary cowardice, it has obtained a copy of the secret text and hasn't yet fulfilled its duty to the public interest to publish it.

Without a publicly available agreement, readers are forced into the uncomfortable position of taking official government statements at face value.

We need to demand that our lawmakers oppose fast track, ask them to call for a hearing, and exercise their authority to oversee the U.S. trade office's secret copyright agenda.

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"A day dedicated to the cause of world peace" 08.11.2013 08:46
ARMISTICE DAY - Monday, November 11
For many years, churches rang their bells on Armistice day to commemorate the hope of a world without war. Join Veterans for Peace, Chapter 72, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom - Portland and others at Pioneer Courthouse Square this Monday to declare our conviction that peace is possible.

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Dan Roberts 07.11.2013 16:27
The Shortwave Report 11/08/13 Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Radio Deutsche-Welle, NHK World Radio Japan, Radio Havana Cuba, and the Voice of Russia.

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Hillary's Agenda* 07.11.2013 14:06
Our Censored Independent www Commentary Should not Happen on Elite Owned Web Network$ ?
We are going to continue bringing various articles from around the www to our followers as we once did on Twitter in the past.**Politically incorrect www censorship inflicted against independents like our www volunteers commentary,appears to get punished by both political parties when we choose to publish material they might not like about one of their own..

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Anonymous 07.11.2013 11:38
Lets Name The New Bridge After Someone Murdered By The Portland Police!
TriMet is letting people vote on what they think the new MAX/pedestrian bridge from Portland to Milwaukie should be named. Even though the final decision will obviously be up to them, this would be a really good chance to bring awareness back to some of the people of color the Portland Police have killed in the past. Plus it'd be a great way to stick it to the various pockets of racists living in Milwaukie!

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BBC 07.11.2013 10:21
Pakistan 'ready to deliver nuclear weapons to Saudi Arabia'
Saudi Arabia has invested in Pakistani nuclear weapons projects, and believes it could obtain atomic bombs at will, a variety of sources have told BBC Newsnight.

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indyradio.nu 07.11.2013 09:25
Nadya Tolokonnikova of Pussy Riot sent to Siberia for her 24th birthday
Nadya turns 24 today, 2000 miles away from Moscow, sent to Siberia by Putin Nadezhda Tolokonnikova sent to Siberia for her 24th birthday - for complaining about her treatment in prison, the Pussy Riot band member is now 2000 miles from Moscow. Story is breaking, links to sources and a photo album.

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Jess E. Hadden 07.11.2013 07:45
Americans, Tired of Being Sexually Assaulted by Government Employees, Largely Indifferent
"Maybe the problem isn't that people are snapping and going crazy. Maybe the problem is that we're a society that pays government employees to fondle and grope us in airports. It's all a big act, and it's humiliating, and it conditions us to be submissive."

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Patrice Faubert 07.11.2013 04:00
Thaumaturgie mondialiste
Langage de séparation, séparation de langage...

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Save KBOO 06.11.2013 21:50
HIT PIECE on KBOO by Current Mike Janssen
Proving Current is just another MSM fascist outlet and Janssen is another hack for the Man

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OccupyEverywherePDX 06.11.2013 09:28
An Open Letter To the Portland police
A critical response to your actions regarding the Million Mask March

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Ulrich Thielemann 06.11.2013 04:04
Studying Economics Today is Like Brainwashing
The blind trust in efficient markets must be replaced and bankers given a new understanding. Profit making is different than profit maximization. Economics should be a pluralist discipline, open and welcoming to alternatives and critical perspectives. Banking should be a public function not a casino and the real economy and the environment not abandoned.

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Jess E. Hadden 05.11.2013 23:50
Portland Police, Confused by Masks, Accidentally Beat White People During Peaceful Sidewal
"It was horrifying," retells Officer Hubbard, with a haunted look in his eyes. "We swept in... we attacked... we pulled off that white mask..."

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Bob Dreyfuss 05.11.2013 23:02
American Death Spiral in the Middle East
A Field Guide to Losing Friends, Influencing No One, and Alienating the Middle East —
or, How Obama's Washington Is the Rodney Dangerfield of the Region

Right now, imagine the Obama administration as one of those vaudeville acts that keep a dozen plates spinning atop vibrating poles. At just this moment in the Middle East, those "plates" are tipping in every direction. There's still time to prevent them all from crashing to the ground, but it would take a masterful effort from the White House — and it's far from clear that anyone there is up to the task.

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Frances Mangosing / Nikko Dizon 05.11.2013 22:25
Philippines - ‘Morong 43’ member killed in Bulacan encounter
Philippines- A member of the Morong 43 was killed in an encounter with government troops in Bulacan early this month, the military revealed Thursday.

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Passingiton 05.11.2013 19:13
Indigenous Elders and Medicine Peoples Council Statement on Fukushima
Council Statement
This statement reflects the wisdom of the Spiritual People of the Earth, of North and South America, working in unity to restore peace, harmony and balance for our collective future and for all living beings. This statement is written in black and white with a foreign language that is not our own and does not convey the full depth of our concerns.

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Nick Nile 05.11.2013 16:58
The Timid and Intimidated Nature of the Pro-Abortion Movement (revised Nov. 5)
Not only should abortion be legal but it also is well worth arguing that having children should be made illegal (as in a crime). Now here is a statement even most sleeping Americans would agree is a radical proposition (so radical in fact you almost never encounter it). And yet it is a very practical and sane proposition, even to its extreme, logical outcome, that is allowing our very own human species to become extinguished (as in extinct). After all the ecological system of this world doesn't need the human species and would undoubtedly be better off without it. Why would a baby want, for example, to be born into a world of global warming? Or why would a baby want to be born into a world of diminishing resources, in respect to the perpetually growing world population (maybe not geometrically but still increasing) amongst competing global coalitions (and too often Cold War tactics), leading to even more wars, more covert lies as too often official news propaganda (and all the other crime stories the mainstream media reports as our daily angst of fear-mongering umbilical cord)?

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repost 05.11.2013 12:22
There’s Something Absolutely Insane Happening In The House Right Now
The banks are writing the laws to bring back another disastrous bailout!!!

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Paul Krugman 05.11.2013 05:02
A War on the Poor by Paul Krugman
The state has a social nature and cannot only be a power and security state. Since the 1980s, the banks have carried out a quiet coup by spending $4 billion over ten years on campaign financing and lobbying (cf. Simon Johnson).

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Shamus Cooke 04.11.2013 18:07
Is Obama Fundamentally Shifting His Middle East Strategy?
The Saudis and Israelis are fuming. Obama's talks with Iran's new President Hassan Rouhani point to a possible new direction in U.S.-Middle East policy. Iran is the regional archrival of the Saudis and Israelis, who for decades have shared the mantle as the main U.S. allies in the Middle East.

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Chris Hedges 04.11.2013 14:07
Imploding the Myth of Israel
Israel has been poisoned by the psychosis of permanent war. It has been morally bankrupted by the sanctification of victimhood, which it uses to justify an occupation that rivals the brutality and racism of apartheid South Africa. Its democracy—which was always exclusively for Jews—has been hijacked by extremists who are pushing the country toward fascism. Many of Israel's most enlightened and educated citizens—1 million of them—have left the country. Its most courageous human rights campaigners, intellectuals and journalists—Israeli and Palestinian—are subject to constant state surveillance, arbitrary arrests and government-run smear campaigns. Its educational system, starting in primary school, has become an indoctrination machine for the military. And the greed and corruption of its venal political and economic elite have created vast income disparities, a mirror of the decay within America's democracy.

And yet, the hard truths about Israel remain largely unspoken.

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MM 04.11.2013 09:13
Meatless Mondays recipe: Vegetable Soup With Carrot Dumplings
"Loads of vegetables with a nice tasting carrot dumpling."

You can forgo the cheese if you like! :)

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Patrice Faubert 04.11.2013 08:56
La clef philosophale
Le secret du spectacle est le spectacle du secret...

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cd 04.11.2013 08:36
US Military Doctors Complicit in Torture
Health professionals employed to design and participate in cruel, inhumane, and degrading torture of military detainees

The report published this week, Ethics Abandoned: Medical Professionalism and Detainee Abuse in the War on Terror, was conducted by the 19-member Task Force on Preserving Medical Professionalism in National Security Detention Centers over a two-year period. The report describes how doctors employed by the DoD and CIA "designed and participated in cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment and torture of detainees," and reveals vast breaches of ethical codes of conduct for health professionals in the name of counterterrorism.

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Bernd Greiner 04.11.2013 04:36
When Prevention Becomes Paranoia
According to Bernd Greiner, more Americans die annually from deadly bee stings than from terrorism. The 68-antiwar movement should have taught us to redefine security, health, strength and happiness and not fall into the traps of militarism or finacialization. Aren't job creation, affordable housing, health care and education vital for true security?

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Pete Shaw 03.11.2013 19:57
Protest Underscores Continuing Privatization of Oregon Schools
The Oregon Business Association (OBA) held its annual Statesman Dinner on October 17 to honor the Statesman of the Year. The event was fraught with anomalies, not least of which was the fact that the award went to Sue Levin, the Executive Director of Stand for Children Oregon.

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joe anybody 03.11.2013 18:14
Video: A History of the Portland LGBTQ Movement - Social Justice Organizing
Four long-term activists from the LGBT(Lesbian/Gay/Bi/Trans/Queer) speak at the History of Social Justice Organizing Discussion Event, recorded on October 24 2013. This panel includes: Steve Fulmer, Cliff Jones,Susie Shepherd and Pat Young. This is part of an ongoing series of discussions on the History of Social Justice Organizing.

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Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s book “Double Down: 03.11.2013 16:37
Drone Strikes: I’m ‘Really Good At Killing People’
WASHINGTON (CBS DC) - A new book covering the 2012 presidential campaign uncovers a series of scathing remarks from political figures, but one alleged comment has stirred controversy around President Barack Obama and his administration's use of targeted drone strikes.

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Nick Nile 03.11.2013 16:07
The Timid and Intimidated Nature of the Pro-Abortion Movement
Not only should abortion be legal but it also is well worth arguing that having children should be made illegal (as in a crime). Now here is a statement even most sleeping Americans would agree is a radical proposition (so radical in fact you almost never encounter it). And yet it is a very practical and sane proposition, even to its extreme, logical outcome, that is allowing our very own human species to become extinguished (as in extinct). After all the ecological system of this world doesn't need the human species and would undoubtedly be better off without it. Why would a baby want, for example, to be born into a world of global warming? Or why would a baby want to be born into a world of diminishing resources, in respect to the perpetually growing world population (maybe not geometrically but still increasing) amongst competing global coalitions (and too often Cold War tactics), leading to even more wars, more covert lies as too often official news propaganda (and all the other crime stories the mainstream media loves to report and capitalize as our daily angst of fear-mongering umbilical cord)?

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joe anybody 03.11.2013 15:56
Video: Cop watching - Park Ranger watching - FTP Portland
FTP Film The Police
Here are a couple recent videos {centered around the topic of filming the police with the idea in mind of "police accountability" and watching how they inter act within the community.

In both these videos there is nothing super exciting to watch in the actual video; but the documentation and information from the interaction is important to us all, and now it is recorded, and shared, and the video lens of independent media is on the law enforcement agents, which is the paramount beginning of publicly recording, how they treat the citizens they serve.

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Sandy Polishuk, History of Social Justice Organizing 03.11.2013 10:08
The Mountain Moving Cafe: Exploring Collectives at Work
Mountain Moving Cafe was a beloved institution in '70s Portland but this evening will be more than nostalgia; it will be an opportunity to talk about what it takes to make a collective work.
The free program will be on at 7 pm Thursday, November 14 in the Browsing Lounge/238 Smith Memorial Center, Portland State University, 1825 SW Broadway featuring four members of the original collective: Andy Clark, Ellen Goldberg, Kiera O'Hara and Peter Thacker.

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fed up 03.11.2013 09:54
Sick Of The Rallies, Want Actual Change
in late 2013, any rally:

- labor
- anti-war
- anti-corporate

etc.

seems far more laughable, ineffectual and pathetic than such actions had ever seemed (and yes they were actually seeming somehwhat effective back then, imho...) in late 1990s or early 2000s.

even if the numerical turnout happens to be good.
(Look at the excellent Occupy turnout for example)

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Passingiton 03.11.2013 08:18
Rally Against Corporate Greed
Monday, November 4th 10:00 AM
Esther Short Park in Vancouver

For updates on the grain negotiations and the Lockout of ILWU workers, see www.LongshoreShippingNews.com

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www.booktv.org 03.11.2013 05:33
VIDEO: "The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America," 1hr
In "The Unwinding," George Parker grapples with the end of the Roosevelt republic and the need to fight organized money. He sees 1978 as a beginning when California passed Proposition 13 and de-funded education.

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blues 02.11.2013 18:43
Just Pour Molten Copper Into The Spent Fuel Pools Please
The Fukushima owner Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) is about to try to pull out all the "spent" fuel rods in Fukushima Unit 4. This is a guaranteed disaster.

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Multiple 02.11.2013 15:02
4TH AMDT. SPYING ON AMERICANS PERMITTED BY CORPORATIONS? LAW SCHOOL 101
Appears we are living under MOB RULE of the Non Governmental Organizations. No Law applies to them.
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Den Mark, Vancouver WA 02.11.2013 14:58
Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior in Vancouver WA
Saturday 10-5
Sunday 10-5

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Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers / Truthout 02.11.2013 14:43
Obamacare: The Biggest Insurance Scam In History
The Affordable Care Act (ACA), also called "Obamacare," may be the biggest insurance scam in history. The industries that profit from our current health care system wrote the legislation, heavily influenced the regulations and have received waivers exempting them from provisions in the law. This has all been done to protect and enhance their profits.

In the meantime, the health care crisis continues. Fewer people, even those with health insurance, can afford the health care they need because of out-of-pocket costs. The ACA continues that trend by pushing skimpy health plans with low coverage and restricted networks.

This is what happens in a market-based system of health care. People get only the amount of health care they can afford, rather than what they need. The ACA takes our failed market-based system to a whole new level by forcing the uninsured to purchase private health plans and using the government to sell and subsidize them.

Health care is at the center of the conflict of our times, the battle between the people and corporate interests, the battle to put people and planet before profits.

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Eco Advocates NW 02.11.2013 14:32
Senator Wyden's BLM Clear-Cut Scheme Exposed
Billboard on I-5 Exposing Senator Wyden's BLM Logging Scheme Senator Wyden is proposing to dramatically increase logging on 2.6 million acres of Oregon's BLM O & C lands across Western Oregon. One local group is exposing this scheme to Oregonians via a commercial billboard on Interstate 5 in Eugene, Oregon.
Please consider sending this image to Senator Wyden's offices once a week, once a month, or whenever you have a few moments to spare.

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V.K. Durham of theantechamber.net AND OTHERS 02.11.2013 12:28
Europe WANTS THEIR MONEY BACK FOR THOSE FRAUDULENT DERIVATIVES
Read Tom Heneghan's article and then read the commmentary by V.K. Durham. Learn how the derivative mess got so widespread and who is behind it.

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Ralph Nader 02.11.2013 11:36
Why The Silence From The Sponsors Of The Superior Full Medicare for All?
With the Tea Partiers relentless attacks on each of the troubles besetting Obamacare since its complicated, computer glitch-ridden startup on October 1, 2013, the compelling question is: Why aren't the Congressional sponsors of H.R. 676 - full Medicare for all with free choice of physician and hospital - speaking out as strongly on behalf of this far superior universal health care coverage?

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