How Non-Violent Activists Can Land on the Drone King’s Kill List

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Since 2008, the year of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s, the U.S. Department of Defense has funded a multimillion dollar university research program to probe the complex dynamics of mass social and political movements, anticipate global trends, and ultimately augment the intelligence community’s preparations for civil unrest and insurgencies both abroad and at home. Part of … Read More

War on Terror Comes Home to Roost: The Security State’s Plans to Crush Activism

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Housing discrimination against African-Americans, also known as redlining, has long been a form of institutional racism in the post Jim Crow era. Under the Federal Housing Act, federal loans were systematically denied to African-Americans, which helped create ghettos and further segregated blacks from whites. Ferguson is just one example among many which employed the practice. The latent effects of racism are rooted … Read More

How the American Dream Died

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They told us all we had to do to get rich was work hard. They said we had a world of opportunities to achieve all the success we wanted. Yet an uncomfortable truth is dawning over America: the American Dream was simply never meant for everyone. Anyone could get rich – but not everyone at the same time. It’s only … Read More

Wheel of Misfortune: Whitewashing Israel’s Terror Campaign

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The Western media analysis of the Israeli invasion into Gaza dubbed ‘Operation Protective Edge’ has been totally one-sided in its support of Israel. Although there are hundreds, perhaps the most glaring example to date is the IDF shelling of four boys on the beach in Gaza City. Award-winning journalist and NBC foreign news correspondent, Ayman Mohyeldin, was on the ground … Read More

An “Efficient” Assault: US-Israeli War Crimes in Gaza

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The humanitarian catastrophe resulting from Israel’s latest killing spree in Gaza should weigh heavily on the conscience of US citizens, given that Israel remains the largest recipient of US foreign aid, to the tune of 3 billion dollars a year. According to Reuters, the Israeli Air Force (IAF) has now dropped bombs on over 1,000 targets across what has been … Read More

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