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Monsanto vs Rule of Law

Monsanto vs Rule of Law

Charlie Parke April 28, 2013 1

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org In much of the world Monsanto is required to label Genetically Modified foods (GMO’s) and in some countries growing GMO crops has been banned. In the US

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OP-ED: An Arizonans Thoughts About the Chicago Students Boycotting State Tests

OP-ED: An Arizonans Thoughts About the Chicago Students Boycotting State Tests

Stephen Stollmack April 24, 2013 0

By Stephen Stollmack – Education Correspondent Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org The Chicago Sun Times on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 sternly counseled HS Juniors in Chicago Public Schools: “you know where you belong on Wednesday”, in

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Beating the Drums Against Coal in Montana

Beating the Drums Against Coal in Montana

Editor February 20, 2013 0

Sierra Club | www.sierraclub.org When the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) tried to mute public opposition to the proposed Otter Creek coal mine in southeastern Montana, the Sierra Club, the National Wildlife Federation,

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Indefinite Detention of American Citizens Without Trial, Should Arizona Opt Out?

Indefinite Detention of American Citizens Without Trial, Should Arizona Opt Out?

Charlie Parke February 16, 2013 0

By Charlie Parke Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org The Declaration of Independence from Great Britain stated a number of famous grievances with the parent government. Among the grievances was “For depriving us in many cases,

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State of the Union 2013

State of the Union 2013

Editor February 13, 2013 0

By Josette Madonia Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org President Obama delivered his annual State of the Union address last night. He spoke for about an hour on a range of topics. Most of his

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Lifelong Oklahoman Youth Pastor Suspended From KXL Construction Equipment, Locked to Machinery

Lifelong Oklahoman Youth Pastor Suspended From KXL Construction Equipment, Locked to Machinery

Editor February 11, 2013 1

Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance | www.gptarsandsresistance.org Earlier this morning, Stefan Warner, a youth pastor who was born and raised in Harrah, OK, locked himself to machinery being used to build the toxic Keystone XL

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Nigerian Farmer Wins Against Shell Oil

Nigerian Farmer Wins Against Shell Oil

Editor February 3, 2013 0

By Yvonne Ndege Aljazeera |  www.blogs.aljazeera.com January 31, 2013 – Today’s ruling in the Netherlands which found the Nigerian subsidiary of the Anglo-Dutch oil giant Royal Dutch Shell guilty of causing pollution, is a

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Pentagon’s New Massive Expansion of ‘Cyber-Security’ Unit Is About Everything Except Defense

Pentagon’s New Massive Expansion of ‘Cyber-Security’ Unit Is About Everything Except Defense

Editor January 29, 2013 0

By Glenn Greenwald The Guardian | www.guardian.co.uk January 28 2013 – As the US government depicts the Defense Department as shrinking due to budgetary constraints, the Washington Post this morning announces “a major expansion

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The Dramaturgy of A Street Corner

The Dramaturgy of A Street Corner

Editor January 28, 2013 0

By Mona Abaza Jadaliyya | http://www.jadaliyya.com/ Much like the ongoing revolutionary struggle in Egypt, this short piece is part of an in-progress work to chronicle the evolution of revolutionary art on Mohamed Mahmoud Street,

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Insecticide ‘Unacceptable’ Danger To Bees

Insecticide ‘Unacceptable’ Danger To Bees

Editor January 21, 2013 0

By Damian Carrington The Guardian | www.guardiannews.com January 16, 2013 – The world’s most widely used insecticide has for the first time been officially labelled an “unacceptable” danger to bees feeding on flowering crops.

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