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Back in the USSA Jacob G. Hornberger

With congressional passage of the new military-detention bill, and President Obama’s unsurprising flip-flop decision to sign it into law, perhaps this would be a good time to review where we are as a country.

We now live in a country in which the military has the legal authority to arrest or round up Americans (and non-Americans), place them into military dungeons or concentration camps, torture them, and keep them incarcerated for life without a trial. All they have to do is label people as terrorists.

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XL Keystone - The Pig in the Pipeline

XL KeystoneThe GOP is pushing a pipeline that could blow you to pieces

Palast conducted a five-continent investigation of Big Oil for British TV's premier current affairs program, Dispatches, and for BBC Worldwide. This report is based on the broadcast seen prime-time worldwide—but not yet in the USA.

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Go Rocky!

Former Salt Lake City mayor, Rocky AndersonProgressives have received perhaps the greatest pre-Christmas present yet. On December 11, former Salt Lake City mayor, Rocky Anderson threw his hat in the ring for President of the United States. His Justice Party hopes to be an alternative to the single party system we have in this country.

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Recovering from Authoritarian Simpatico Syndrome (ASS)

alret"Because the cops don’t need you and man they expect the same"
By Phil Rockstroh

W itnessing the acts and utterances of Republican presidential candidates can be regarded as a helpful psychological exercise, a type of “exposure therapy” involving the development of methods used to bear the presence of unbearable people who insist on evincing the history of human ignorance, duplicity and insanity.

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Don’t Reinvade Iraq

al-maliki-allawiby Jacob G. Hornberger

After those bogus WMDs failed to materialize in Iraq, the U.S. government changed its rational for invading and occupying the country to one purportedly intended to bring freedom and democracy to Iraq. Countless Iraqis have been killed, maimed, tortured, and incarcerated without trial during the past 9 years of occupation, and the entire country has been destroyed, but U.S. officials say that it’s all worth it because freedom and democracy have been brought to Iraq.

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