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Cash Of The Titans: Against The Noxious Fantasy Of Limitless Growth

Rick Santariumby Phil Rockstroh

The concept of endless economic growth, accepted as sacrosanct by both U.S. mainstream political parties, and internalized as the dominant mode of mind by the general population of the corporate/consumer state is mirrored in the exponential mathematics of a malignancy.

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Tear Down the Wall with Cuba

Alan Grossby Jacob G. Hornberger

While U.S. officials are decrying the Egyptian military dictatorship’s criminal prosecution of U.S.-government-funded NGOs for supposedly spreading “freedom and democracy” without a government-required license, now would be a good time to revisit Cuba’s criminal conviction of Alan Gross.

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Saving Khader Adnan's life and legacy

Khader Adnan recently ended his 66-day hunger strike after Israel agreed to release him in AprilIt is a great relief to those millions around the world who were moved to prayer and action by Khader Adnan's extraordinary hunger strike of 66 days that has ended due to Israel's agreement to release him on April 17.

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Israel is decapitating the two-state solution

two-state solutionBy Khalid Amayreh

The Israeli government, a settler government par excellance, is now allowing Jewish settlers to build settlement outposts in area-B throughout the West Bank. According to the hapless Oslo accords, Israel has exclusive security control over area-B while the Palestinian Authority (PA) has limited administrative authority.

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The New York Times has it Wrong on US Aid to Egypt

brotherhoodby Jacob G. Hornberger

The New York Times, along with other members of the mainstream media, is in a tizzy over the Egyptian government’s decision to charge three American NGO’s, along with 19 American officers of the organizations, with criminal violations. Apparently the NGO’s failed to comply with Egypt’s registration requirements prior to engaging in “pro-democracy” political activity in Egypt.

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