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March 25, 2010

  • Tea party bigotry on parade

    The days before the House vote on health care legislation were filled with tea party protests in Washington--and open displays of racism and bigotry.

  • The liars inside the Green Zone

    Paul Greengrass' new film Green Zone peers into the dark recesses of the U.S. government's drive to war in Iraq.

  • It's time for the truth to be told

    Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland has had lasting significance--and the families' campaign for the truth has reverberated around the world.

  • Florida campus shooting protest

    University of Florida students and community members converged on campus to protest the police shooting of a Ghanaian graduate student.

  • Stopping the Nazis in Chicago

    More than 50 anti-racists gathered in Chicago for a "pro-diversity rally" on a day that ended in a victory in keeping neo-Nazi thugs from rallying.

March 24, 2010

  • Creep of staff

    Depending on who's talking, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is either a "saboteur" undercutting Barack Obama's liberalism or a voice of realism.

  • A cause for celebration?

    Liberal organizations are praising the passage of health care legislation, but the sad truth is that it will do more harm than good for working people.

  • Union democracy goes on trial

    Andy Stern and the SEIU are using their vast financial resources to sue an upstart California health care workers' union.

  • When Black homeowners fought back

    The struggle of the Contract Buyers League in 1960s Chicago holds lessons for the victims of today's housing crisis.

  • Antiwar protesters back in the streets

    Antiwar activists from Washington to San Francisco marked the seventh anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 20 with protests and marches.

  • Money for schools not stadiums

    University of Cincinnati students are organizing against tuition hikes and the administration's backward spending priorities.

March 23, 2010

March 22, 2010

  • The empty locker

    The creators of The Hurt Locker were more concerned with playing on our fears about the Iraqi people than portraying the war realistically, says an antiwar vet.

  • Anti-abortion lies become law

    Pregnant women who have miscarriages caused by "intentional or knowing" acts can now be charged with murder in Utah.

  • Hotel workers' stand in Karachi

    Workers at a five-star hotel in Karachi occupied the building’s basement after management fired four veteran workers and union activists.

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