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By Robert Edmonds Upon arrival at the (SCSO) Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office at 1:15 yesterday, there was a squad of fully armored soldiers in black, ceremoniously lowering and folding the United States and California flags,...

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By Jesse Smith Once the mechanisms of capitalist oppression have fallen, the ruling classes will either flee or fade into ignominy. With the social and governmental institutions that had controlled the lives and the destinies...

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By Saeeda Elyse Update 28th July: Israeli authorities are demanding 1000NIS on bail to release Abu Shamsiya. He is accused of spitting a soldier and will have a court hearing soon (exact day still unknown). *******...

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For the last 12 years, the use of Golden Rice has been hotly debated in the global community, with humanitarians, environmentalists, corporate lobbies, and governments all weighing in on the pros and cons of this...

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While sitting in my home reading the news, I heard a woman screaming for help, so I grabbed my broken monopod (kinda like a bat) and ran outside to see what I could do for...

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On January 11th, 2013, The Tla’Amin community hosted a number of events on Coast Salish Territories, Powell River, BC in support and solidarity with the Idle No More movement. What is the Idle No More...

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On December 30th, in a small west coast town on Coast Salish territories called Powell River, in British Columbia, Canada, members of the Tla’Amin Nation and their allies held an #IdleNoMore demonstration in support of...

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Jodie Randolph is a small-business owner in Alameda, CA. Morgan Stanley’s earnings for the last three months were $7.6 billion dollars, or about $2.5 billion per month. Jodie Randolph is a breast-cancer survivor. Morgan Stanley...

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Transcript: I get so many complaints about what I say As if people listen more if I rephrased some other way I spoke reasonably to people every single day The problems I spoke of were...

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Peru’s government has declared a 30-day state of emergency following violent clashes between police and anti-mining protesters that left two people dead and more than thirty police officers injured. The government has suspended civil liberties, including...

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