Topic: Civil liberties

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ACLU Objects After Capitol Hill Police Tell Journalists to Delete Protest Photos

Julia Conley, staff writerThe American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) responded to reports on Tuesday evening from journalists on Capitol Hill, who alleged that C...   [ continue reading...]

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What Does the Resistance Really Stand for If It Criminalizes Free Speech?

Two pieces of legislation before Congress have prompted a heated discussion over just how far Congress will go to support Israel in its attempts to silence its...   [ continue reading...]

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“The Putinist majority could fast become anti-Putinist”

An interview with left activist and historian Ilya Budraitskis, on dissent, politics left and right, and the &ldqu...   [ continue reading...]

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The Radicals Were Always Right: Now Is the Time to Decriminalize All Drugs

Marijuana legalization advocates and members of community groups attend a rally in front of One Police Plaza on June 13, 2012, in New York City. (Photo: Spencer...   [ continue reading...]

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Inside the Thinking of One of the Early Pioneers Who Pinpointed the Oppression Facing Poor Women of Color

Pauli Murray bridged the intersections between race, gender and color. From JANE CROW: The Life of Pauli Murray by Rosalind Rosenberg. Copyright © 20...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's In-Your-Face Impeachable Offense

Obamacare is indisputably a law that the President has a constitutional duty to faithfully execute. “For seven years I’ve been hearing about h...   [ continue reading...]

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Headlines for July 21, 2017

Bloomberg: Special Counsel Investigating Trump-Russia Business Ties, The Independent: Over 40,000 Civilians Died in Battle for Mosul, Iraq, Civil Liberties Grou...   [ continue reading...]

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Liu Xiaobo and the struggle for democracy

A moment of silence for Liu Xiaobo's death, and the cause of personal freedom in China. Hong Ko...   [ continue reading...]

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Turnbull transforms immigration into a security issue

Turnbull announces the broadening of the involvement of military special forces in domestic policing. Tony IltisSydneySaturday, July 22, 2017A hallmark of forme...   [ continue reading...]

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No One Should Have to Guess Meaning of Surveillance Laws

Expand A notice of electronic surveillance is posted near a 95-by-50-foot American flag un...   [ continue reading...]

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FBI Nominee Christopher Wray Sure Looks Dirty

Wherever Wray goes, it seems, bad guys get away unscathed while scapegoats suffer the consequences. "If I am given the honor of leading this agency, I wil...   [ continue reading...]

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Why are Russians indifferent to the Syrian conflict?

Russia’s on-the-ground involvement in the Syrian conflict is increasing, but there’s still little in t...   [ continue reading...]

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Jeff Sessions is making it easier for cops to confiscate private property

Even from citizens who haven’t been charged with a crime.Attorney General Jeff Sessions listens during the Justice Department’s National Summit...   [ continue reading...]

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Will the Federal Government Make It Illegal to Protest Israel?

A new bill with bipartisan support has drawn the ire of the ACLU and others. A growing number of Republicans and Democrats in Congress are backing a bill...   [ continue reading...]

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Your Personal Consumption Choices Can’t Save the Planet: We Have to Confront Capitalism

New York Magazine’s latest 7,000-word cover story about climate change freaked a lot of people out. Like the reality of climate change itself, the story i...   [ continue reading...]

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Do Last Week's European Copyright Votes Show Publishers Have Captured European Politics?

Three European Parliament Committees met during the week of July 10, to give their input on the European Commission's proposal for a new Directive on copyright...   [ continue reading...]

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Team Syntegrity emergent

If creativity is born from bringing different perspectives together, the group’s diversity was a positive si...   [ continue reading...]

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Spying, surveillance and sabotage - what will it take to bring an end to political policing?

Is it possible to hold undercover policing to account? Not without redistributing wealth and power within society....   [ continue reading...]

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Heads Up, California: Your Internet Privacy Depends on AB 375

Broadband privacy? Say what? That was probably what you were asking yourself in March when you read about Congress’s vote to repeal privacy rules for your...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump White House in Crisis as Emails Confirm Campaign Embraced Russian Effort to Defeat Clinton

The White House is in disarray following revelations that President Donald Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., supported an effort by the Russian authorities to shar...   [ continue reading...]

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