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When will American workers chant “It’s time to rescue people NOT Banks” BREAKI…

When will American workers chant “It’s time to rescue people NOT Banks” BREAKING: 1 million public sector workers across the UK walk off their jobs to protest pay and pension cuts in the nation’s largest strike in decades. Firefighters are leading the crowd chanting, “It’s time to rescue people, not banks!” SHARE if you stand in solidarity with them!! Timeline Photos BREAKING: 1 million public sector workers across the UK walk off their jobs to protest pay and pension cuts in the nation’s largest strike in decades. Firefighters are leading the crowd chanting, “It’s time to rescue people, not banks!” SHARE if you stand in solidarity with them!! #J10

Why Border Police Don’t Deter Migrants

The Border Patrol apprehended twice as many unaccompanied minors trying to enter the United States this year as they did last year. In response to this surge in the apprehension of unaccompanied minors, President Obama is requesting $4 billion from Congress. These funds will be used on new Border Patrol agents, immigration judges, aerial surveillance, and new detention facilities – all designed to speed up deportations of people caught at the border.

On Israel, Ukraine and Truth

The other night, I saw George Orwells’s 1984 performed on the London stage. Although crying out for a contemporary interpretation, Orwell’s warning about the future was presented as a period piece: remote, unthreatening, almost reassuring. It was as if Edward Snowden had revealed nothing, Big Brother was not now a digital eavesdropper and Orwell himself had never said, “To be corrupted by totalitarianism, one does not have to live in a totalitarian country.” Acclaimed by critics, the skilful production was a measure of our cultural and political times.

#UK GISTEREN/Yesterday (more in comments) https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f…

#UK GISTEREN/Yesterday (more in comments) Timeline Photos BREAKING: 1 million public sector workers across the UK walk off their jobs to protest pay and pension cuts in the nation’s largest strike in decades. Firefighters are leading the crowd chanting, “It’s time to rescue people, not banks!” SHARE if you stand in solidarity with them!! #J10

“This is Russism, babe, Orthodox Fascism” (Music video with English subtitles)

“This is Russism, babe, Orthodox Fascism” (Music video with English subtitles) Новый хит из Харькова! Это, детка – Рашизм!!!! Песни времен АТО на Востоке Слава Русі-Україні! Автор – Борис Севастьянов Рашизм (Русизм или Russism, также …

Traffic Ticket Defenses

RealityChecker  shared this post via CopBlock.org’s submit page . This site rocks! I always surf it, and have noticed some complaints about citizens issued phone infraction and parking tickets. I wanted to offer some expertise on some rather diabolical traffic ticket and other defense strategies that are California specific that I have used.

Lean In: A fairy-tale in a fantasy land

Friday, July 11, 2014 Please help rabble.ca stop Harper’s election fraud plan. Become a monthly supporter . After reading Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg, I couldn’t stop comparing myself to her.

A page from Rosemary Sexton’s book shows diaries get closest to lived life

Friday, July 11, 2014 Please help rabble.ca stop Harper’s election fraud plan. Become a monthly supporter . I hardly know what to say about Rosemary Sexton’s book, Home Before Dark , and that’s a rare gift from an author

Poll: Americans Still Blame Bush For Today’s Iraq Crisis

President Bush addresses the nation to announce the start of the Iraq War in 2003 CREDIT: AP Photo/via APTN In a recently released poll, Americans by an almost 2 to 1 margin blame the current turmoil in Iraq more on former president George W. Bush than the White House’s current occupant, though giving Obama low marks for his handling of the crisis. In the survey, conducted between June 24 -30, Quinnipiac University contacted 1,446 registered voters and asked them point blank : “Who do you blame more for the situation in Iraq, President Obama or former President George W.

Why Afghanistan’s Election Results Have Everyone Worried

Aarthi Gunasekaran is a Research Assistant with the National Security and International Policy team at the Center for American Progress. Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah runs his hands through his hair as he addresses supporters CREDIT: AP Photo/Massoud Hossaini Allegations of election fraud are the most recent factor of a looming political crisis that seeks to undermine and raise the stakes for Afghanistan’s stability and transition into a viable democracy after decades of bloodshed and violence. Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah and his team rejected preliminary results of the June 14th run-off election, citing extensive fraud as a “coup against people’s votes,” drawing concern from the international community of a potential fracturing of the fragile Afghan political system.