Mourn for the Dead. Fight for the Living.

The Bush administration has put our nation’s coal miners in danger by killing 17 Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) safety rules, including measures on mine rescue teams and emergency oxygen.

Corporate Greed: It’s the Same, Same Old Song…

The payola accusations revolve around whether radio programmers received gifts, cash and other items in exchange for playing certain songs at radio stations without publicly disclosing the deals.

Film Review: Paradise Now

What we see is a people plagued by years of oppression, some turning to simple solutions and possible glory, others prepared to be patient, trying to organise the mass movement anonymously.


Coachella Valley Labor Camps

Many farm workers in the Coachella Valley live in house trailers in labor camps, like Concepcion Lopez and her son Jaime Sebastian. The owner of the camp where she has her trailer has failed to provide electricity and basic services.

Iran: Playing Dangerous Games with National Interests and Patriotic Sentiment

We call upon the public opinion around the globe to defend the Iranian peoples’ struggle for democracy, human rights and social justice, we urge all the progressive and peace-loving forces to raise their protest voice against warmongering slogans.

Miami janitors enter 14th day of hunger strike

Already four of the hunger strikers have required medical attention - the latest, 44-year old hunger striker Maritza Gomez, was hospitalised with a very high pulse and feeling faint.

NEPAL: Rights groups urge sanctions on king

Nepal’s biggest suppliers of military assistance - India, the United States and the United Kingdom - have already suspended their military assistance to Nepal.


A Case for the Palestinian Government

Responding to successive decisions made by the US, the European Union and various European and non-European countries to boycott the Palestinian Authority and deprive it of urgently needed funds, Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh described these dictates as both “hasty” and “unjust”.

NIGERIA: Delta militants denounce Obasanjo’s plan for oil region, threaten more attacks

Attacks and hostage-taking ... by the group which calls itself the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) recently cut Nigeria’s oil exports of 2.5 million barrels a day by more than 20 percent.


Zarqawi and the Pentagon’s ongoing War of Deception

In more than 3 years of war, there has never been a positive sighting of alleged terror mastermind Abu Musab al Zarqawi. This has led many to believe that he is merely a creation of Pentagon propagandists working with their agents in the western press.

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