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On George W. Bush: The Enemy of Our Enemy Is Still a War Criminal

That George W. Bush finds Trump's rhetoric distasteful is no reason to turn a presidential war criminal into a liberal hero. (Image: Nathan Congleton / Flickr)...   [ continue reading...]

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First Nations occupy fish farms in British Columbia to force government action

by Brandon Jordan Frustrated by a decline in wild salmon and threats to native livelihoods, First Nations people have been occupying British Columbia fish farms...   [ continue reading...]

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How on Earth Are We Allowing George W. Bush's Reputation to Be Rehabilitated?

The enemy of our enemy is still a war criminal. He received a prestigious award from the West Point Association of Graduates. He published a “runawa...   [ continue reading...]

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Video: Living Under Fire

Over half of the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank has been declared an active military “firing zone” by the Israeli army. The Israeli militar...   [ continue reading...]

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Israeli gov’t minister says there will be one million West Bank settlers in the next 10-20 years

Speaking to a conference on settler population growth in the West Bank titled “On the Way to a Million,” Jerusalem Affairs Minister Ze’ev Elki...   [ continue reading...]

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Libya: damned if we do and damned if we don’t

Given the complex attitudes towards foreign interventions in Libya, we need a clear strategy that stands up to loc...   [ continue reading...]

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No more white saviors

It’s time to let people lead their own movements—and support them in doing so. The W...   [ continue reading...]

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Worse Than Jeff Sessions? Let's Not Find Out

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions leaves for a short break during a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee November 14, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Al...   [ continue reading...]

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An Upstart Saudi Prince Threw a Tantrum Felt Around the World

It is remarkable how this nation of 33 million has so easily been taken hostage by the whims of its Crown Prince. What ails the royal court of Saudi Arabi...   [ continue reading...]

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How communication technology became a tool of repression: the case of the UAE

With the help of international ‘cyber security dealers’, the internet has been transformed into a cent...   [ continue reading...]

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Indigenous and community groups pressure for strong climate solutions at COP 23

by Brandon Jordan A coalition of frontline communities participated in a series of actions during the first week of the UN Climate Change Convention in Bonn, Ge...   [ continue reading...]

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The Corporate Roots of the Opioid Crisis

Opioid overdose claims 175 Americans each day, but powerful pharmaceutical companies continue to promote their sales. Sitting in a small cafe in a small t...   [ continue reading...]

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Big Pharma’s Pushers: the Corporate Roots of the Opioid Crisis

Sitting in a small cafe in a small town in western Massachusetts, Jordan talks about his problems with opioids. He was a construction worker, but an accident at...   [ continue reading...]

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House Judiciary Committee Forced Into Difficult Compromise On Surveillance Reform

The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday approved the USA Liberty Act, a surveillance reform package introduced last month by House Judiciary Committee Chairm...   [ continue reading...]

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The Media Is Making All Kinds of Excuses for George H.W. Bush's Nasty Groping Habits

5 women have accused President George H.W. Bush of grabbing their behinds and making lewd jokes. In the flurry of career-ending sexual assault claims comi...   [ continue reading...]

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5 Ways O'Reilly and Hard-Right Christians Are Fighting the Imaginary War on Christmas This Year

Click here for reuse options! It's not even Thanksgiving yet. Bill O’Reilly, who paid $32 million to keep...   [ continue reading...]

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Exxon Refinery Catches Fire Day After Government Settles Over Pollution From Other Gulf Plants

Last year LEAN filed a lawsuit against an Exxon chemical facility in Baton Rouge, next to the refinery that caught on fire Wednesday. That s...   [ continue reading...]

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Can These 13 Young Minnesotans Stop a Pipeline From Coming to Their State?

Brandon Jordan Climate change, they argue, will disproportionately affect young people—so they want a seat at the table. The post Can These 13 Young Minn...   [ continue reading...]

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Blade Runner in the Gulf

“The first capitalist city in the world. NEOM will be floated in the markets. It’s as if you float the city of New York.” This is how Saudi Cr...   [ continue reading...]

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Israel denies entry to Amnesty International staffer due to alleged ‘BDS activities’

Israeli border authorities on Monday denied entry to Raed Jarrar, an American citizen and the advocacy director for the Middle East and North Africa at Amnesty...   [ continue reading...]

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