Posts Tagged "Free Speech"

Silencing Women

Silencing Women

Harper’s published a great cover story by Rebecca Solnit. CHECK it out. Share on Facebook

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Action To Save Democracy

Action To Save Democracy

It is critical that we all generae letters to the editor on this, and for that purpose we have turned on by default the optional function on this action page:Letters To The Editor on Overturning Citizens United: Watch this great piece by Elizabeth Warren. Share on...

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I, Spy: Edward Snowden in Exile

I, Spy: Edward Snowden in Exile

He doesn’t drink, he’s reading Dostoevsky and, no, he doesn’t wear a disguise. A year after blowing the whistle on the NSA, America’s most wanted talks frankly about his life as a hero-pariah – and why the world remains ‘more dangerous than Orwell imagined’. Fiction and films, the nearest most of us knowingly get to the world of espionage, give us a series of reliable stereotypes....

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Egypt Exploding

Egypt Exploding

Unedited footage of Egypt’s uprising E S or Egypt’s Streets on Facebook seems to have updated information on the uprising. It appears Morsi is under house arrest. for more information as the military has seized control of the media. http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/03/opinion/burleigh-rapes-tahrir-square/index.html democracy now...

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I call. You’re stone. One day you’ll look and find I’m gone.

I call. You’re stone. One day you’ll look and find I’m gone.

Poetry Magazine’s Landays: Poetry of Afghan Women http://bit.ly/12raltn I call. You’re stone. One day you’ll look and find I’m gone. The teenage poet who uttered this folk poem called herself Rahila Muska. She lived in Helmand, a Taliban stronghold and one of the most restive of Afghanistan’s thirty-four provinces since the U.S. invasion began on October 7, 2001. Muska, like many...

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