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Archive for January, 2011 :


Breast-Feeding Debate Closed? Brain Science Weighs In
January 31st, 2011

If America knew what breast milk can do for the brains of its youngest citizens, lactating mothers across the nation would be enshrined, not embarrassed.


Protests Spread to Saudi Arabia
January 31st, 2011

The biggest threat to the Middle East region is the possibility that the population of Saudi Arabia may try to imitate what has been happening in the area, bringing total chaos to the established regional geopolitical and more importantly, energy structure. Who will benefit from it?


“The New York Times” May Start Its Own Version of WikiLeaks
January 31st, 2011

The New York Times is considering developing a system that will let anonymous leakers easily submit large and confidential files directly to the newspaper. Sound familiar?


Can Eating Less Meat Curb Climate Change?
January 31st, 2011

A conservation-minded Texas mom assesses her contribution to climate change, one meal at a time.


Climate Skeptic ‘Misled Congress with Oil Money’
January 31st, 2011

A leading climate skeptic patronized by the oil billionaire Koch brothers faced a potential investigation today on charges that he misled Congress on the extent of his funding from the oil industry.


Judge Rules Obama Health Care Law Unconstitutional
January 31st, 2011

A federal judge’s ruling Monday that the health care law that passed last year is unconstitutional leaves implementation exactly where it was: moving forward.


Justice Department Seeks to Have All Web Surfing Tracked
January 31st, 2011

The US Justice Department wants Internet service providers and cell phone companies to be required to hold on to records for longer to help with criminal prosecutions.


CIA Views China’s “Student Informant System”
January 31st, 2011

The SIS employs traditional political spying and denunciation techniques, seeking to create a ‘white terror’ environment on campus — in which students and teachers fear surveillance more than arrest — to achieve and maintain influence and control.


Africa’s New Country
January 31st, 2011

Expectations of a better life ran high as voters in South Sudan voted overwhelmingly for independence in mid-January.


New Oil Platform Planned Near Endangered Whale’s Feeding Ground
January 31st, 2011

Sakhalin Energy Investment Company – part owned by Shell – has announced plans to build a major oil platform near crucial feeding habitat of the Western North Pacific gray whale population.


Washington’s Plan B: Why Obama Fears Democracy in Egypt
January 31st, 2011

Raising Lazarus from the dead would be easier than reviving the Egyptian President. So Obama is on to plan B. And as it turns out, plan B looks a lot like the status-quo, minus a change of face.


FCC Asks Court to Dismiss MetroPCS, Verizon Net Neutrality Suits
January 31st, 2011

The Federal Communications Commission on Friday moved to dismiss the net neutraliy challenges filed by MetroPCS and Verizon, claiming they were “filed prematurely.”


Patterns of Misconduct: FBI Intelligence Violations
January 31st, 2011

EFF’s analysis of recently disclosed documents provides new insights into the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s unlawful surveillance of Americans during intelligence investigations conducted between 2001 and 2008.


Hawaii Law Bars Release of Obama Birth Info
January 31st, 2011

A privacy law that shields birth certificates has prompted Democratic Gov. Neil Abercrombie to abandon efforts to dispel claims that President Barack Obama was born outside Hawaii, his office says.


Churches Find End Is Nigh
January 31st, 2011

Residential and commercial real-estate owners aren’t the only ones losing their properties to foreclosure. The past few years have seen a rapid acceleration in the number of churches losing their sanctuaries because they can’t pay the mortgage.


Pup’s Death Sparks Call for Change in Laws
January 31st, 2011

Las Crucens, even those who aren’t actively involved in animal rights, said there’s no place, or justification, for violent actions to be taken on any animal or person.


Cruelty Claims Over Calves Starved for Last Hours
January 31st, 2011

Animals Australia has begun a nationwide campaign using touching images of calves to prevent a new legal standard that would allow the abattoir-bound offspring of dairy cows to be denied liquid food for the last 30 hours of their lives.


Japanese Whaling Will Come to an End – the Question is Simply When
January 31st, 2011

On December 22, 2010 – the Fisheries Agency of Japan (FAJ) acknowledged and publicly apologized for embezzlement within the whaling industry.


Ban Neonicotinoid Pesticides to Save the Honeybee
January 31st, 2011

Fresh evidence links neonicotinoid pesticides to death of the honeybee spurs calls for banning the pesticides.


Virginia House Bill 2482 Pulled After Opposition
January 31st, 2011

As the proposed bill was examined line by line, human societies, local animal control offices, and animal lovers formed a strong opposition to the changes 2482 could bring about.


Maneka asks Karnataka to Ban Endosulphan
January 31st, 2011

Noted animal rights activist Maneka Gandhi today urged the Karnataka government to emulate the example of its neighbouring state Kerala and ban the use of endosulphan chemical by farmers.


Arizona Farmers, Humane Society at Odds Over Animal Rights
January 31st, 2011

Arizona livestock and poultry farmers are pushing back against what they say are increasingly aggressive campaigns by the U.S. Humane Society over how animals are raised for human food.


HSUS: Animal “Rights” Means Letting Animals Sue You
January 31st, 2011

The writings of Harvard law professor Cass Sunstein, raised the hackles of many lawmakers. This was because Sunstein believed animals deserved the right to sue people in court.


Airship Exposes Koch Brothers Secretive Meeting
January 31st, 2011

The aerial message “Koch Brothers: Dirty Money” highlighted the brothers’ ongoing use of their vast oil profits to push a polluter agenda through campaign contributions, lobbying, and funding fronts groups and think tanks.


Shocking Animal Abuse at an NY Mills Puppy Mill
January 31st, 2011

As the Minnesota legislature prepared to hear a proposal to crack down on puppy mills, an animal-rights group has posted a documentary on line that was shot at a controversial dog breeder’s farm near New York Mills, Minnesota.


GMO Alfalfa: Issues of Cross-Contamination and Biodiversity
January 30th, 2011

Farmers are already troubled with wind-pollinated crops cross pollinating in either their own or neighboring fields. Even more so in the case of GM plants, especially Alfalfa, for several reasons.


Salmonella Victims Sue Sprout Grower
January 30th, 2011

Sprouters Northwest, Inc. has been named in a couple of lawsuits, after the company issued a voluntarily recall of its clover and clover mix products because of potential Salmonella contamination.


Victory for Independent Science
January 30th, 2011

World-famous independent scientist researching the risks of GMOs wins libel case against biotech association fronting a concerted campaign to discredit and victimize him.


Solution to Taco Bell’s Legal Woes: Go Vegan
January 30th, 2011

Taco Bell has been sued by Alabama-based law firm Beasley Allen, which claims the chain was using too little beef in its “beef.” If there’s hardly any beef, then why not go vegan?


22,000 Germans Rally Against Polluting Agriculture
January 30th, 2011

22,000 people demonstrated from the main train station through the government district to the Brandburger Tor against polluting agriculture in Germany and its consequences for health and nature.


How the Cancun Conference Failed to Save the Climate
January 30th, 2011

The Cancun conference may go down in history as the decisive turning point at which the burden of saving the climate was passed on developing countries, and WTO procedures was introduced into UN meetings.


Dog Cruelty Reward at $5,000
January 30th, 2011

The reward is now $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for a dog found dead with its mouth taped shut.


Animal Lovers Vowed Revenge Against Poodle Abusers
January 30th, 2011

Animal lovers have vowed vigilante action against a couple involved in the torture of a poodle as efforts intensified to save the cuddly dog.


Inside the World of Animal Fostering
January 30th, 2011

Rescued animals depend upon foster volunteers to care for them until they can be placed in forever homes.


Yellowstone Bison Debate
January 30th, 2011

Less than a week after 25 wild buffalo from the nation’s last purebred herd were permitted to roam into Montana, officials have shot and killed one bison and were debating the fate of 14 others.


San Diego Zoo Safari Park Bashed for Elephant Breeding
January 30th, 2011

An animal rights group criticizes the San Diego Zoo Safari Park for allowing four more male elephants which they say are hard to keep in zoos once they reach adulthood because of their strength and size.


Environmental Crime Doesn’t Pay
January 27th, 2011

A legislative bill in Peru aims to channel the fines for environmental crimes to pay for environmental repairs and other public goods directly affecting the population. Until now, the fines collected have ended up elsewhere in the government.


China Puts Urumqi Under ‘Full Surveillance’
January 27th, 2011

Xinjiang city which saw ethnic violence in 2009 now watched by tens of thousands of cameras, says state media.


Chicago Artist’s Protest Backfires, Faces 15 Years in Jail
January 27th, 2011

A Chicago artist who used a video camera to record being arrested by police is facing up to 15 years in prison. Chris Drew has been charged with Class 1 felony under the Eavesdropping Act in Illinois.


Community Solar Programs: Solar Ownership for the Masses?
January 27th, 2011

A host of new state and local policies to encourage community solar may be catalyzing a wave of new projects. But will the reality of community solar live up to the ideal?


Minn. Republicans Hope to Undo Clean Energy Policies
January 27th, 2011

Minnesota’s pioneering clean energy policies could be headed for major changes. Republican legislative leaders feel that the 2007 legislation is just a government interference.


Prisons Grapple with Increase in Mentally Ill Female Inmates
January 27th, 2011

A wave of mentally ill women is flooding into the Canadian penitentiary system, sparking calls for reform and the creation of treatment facilities that already exist for male offenders.


How Can We Feed the World and Still Save the Planet?
January 27th, 2011

Underinvestment and market failures have trapped many countries in a vicious cycle of low productivity and exposure to price hikes, says Olivier de Schutter, UN special rapporteur on the right to food.


Exactly What Part of Taco Bell Beef is Really Beef?
January 27th, 2011

According to a lawsuit filed by California resident Amanda Obney, not much of the beef in your Taco Bell products is really “beef.” Don’t get exited, it’s not vegetarian either.


Whale Freed in Rare At-Sea Sedation
January 27th, 2011

An endangered right whale swam south along the Florida coast this week, free of 50 feet of rope that had been wrapped around its head and flippers after scientists sedated it during rescue.


Rainbow Warrior Crew Take Action in Taiwan to Defend Tuna
January 27th, 2011

A blacklisted tuna factory ship was blocked from leaving port by Greenpeace climbers from the Rainbow Warrior.


Canada’s Dirty Secret
January 27th, 2011

Why Canada’s outdated animal rights laws are enabling cruelty across the country. In a report that compared animal rights laws in 13 industrialized countries. Canada ranked at the bottom on all fronts.


Island to Become Focus of Anti-Whaling Demonstrations
January 27th, 2011

International pressure groups and Jersey animal rights campaigners are to hold demonstrations when the Island hosts a controversial whaling conference this summer.


Animal Lovers Protest Dog Culling in LenOblast
January 27th, 2011

Hundreds protested the killing of cats and dogs ordered by City Governor Valentina Matviyenko as part of measures to fight the outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) in Volodarsky, St. Petersburg.


Animal Activists Want UBC to Stop Using Monkeys for Research
January 27th, 2011

Animal rights activists will be gathering in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery on Thursday to protest the use of monkeys by UBC researchers.


Tale of Chimp Gains Strong Buzz at Sundance
January 27th, 2011

Steering clear of labeling it an animal rights film, “Man on Wire” director James Marsh has returned to the documentary world by examining a chimpanzee famed in the 1970s for being raised like a human.


Shelter Tails: Spay or Neuter Your Pet
January 27th, 2011

Prevent overcrowding in our shelters and rescues. Have your pet spayed/neutered today.


Humane Society Under Fire for Serving Meat
January 27th, 2011

The Humane Society of Ottawa has come under fire from another animal advocacy group for serving meat at its upcoming fundraising dinner, the Fur Ball.


Animal Rights Activists Sue UCLA Police
January 27th, 2011

A small handful of animal rights activists say the school has gone way too far and are suing the UCLA police department in federal court for harassment and intimidation.


American Cougars on the Decline
January 27th, 2011

Mongabay talks with big cat expert Dr. Howard Quigley about the status and research implications of the elusive, enigmatic, and unique cougar.


Should Fish Have Rights?
January 26th, 2011

Many now are the laws that cover the welfare of almost all animals — except the fish. Are they just seafood, or should fish have rights?


Guinness Records Drops Elephant Polo Statistics
January 26th, 2011

Guinness World Records said Monday it had decided to remove all references to elephant polo, following complaints from animal-rights campaigners.


Will West Hollywood Become ‘Fur Free’ Capital of the U.S.?
January 26th, 2011

It’s probably only a matter of time that the “fur free” movement came to West Hollywood. City Council candidate John D’Amico is making it an issue on the campaign trail.


Air Canada Says It Must Ship Lab Monkeys
January 26th, 2011

Air Canada has dismissed a call from a U.K.-based animal rights group that is demanding the airline to stop shipping lab monkeys in cargo holds.


Five Thousand Sign Animal Rights Petition
January 26th, 2011

Nearly five thousand people have signed a petition in Guernsey demanding an animal rights law.


Effort to Repeal Missouri Dog Breeding Law Begins
January 26th, 2011

A Missouri House committee is taking up a proposal to overturn a new dog-breeding law approved by state voters last year.


Mother, Son’s Bail Set in Granite Falls Pet Deaths
January 26th, 2011

A mother and son accused of letting more than 30 animals starve to death inside a feces-infested Granite Falls home each was ordered held Tuesday on $100,000 bail.


PAWS Awards Contract For Dearborn Animal Shelter
January 26th, 2011

The Partners for Animal Welfare Society of Dearborn County, Inc. has awarded a contract for interior construction of the new P.A.W.S. of Dearborn County Humane Center to Maxwell Construction.


Council OKs Vallone’s 3-Hour Dog Tether Bill
January 26th, 2011

The City Council last week passed a bill that prohibits dog owners from tethering an animal for more than three continuous hours.


GMO Bacteria Creating Dangerous Mutants in the Gulf
January 25th, 2011

Genetically-modified (GM), oil-eating bacteria introduced into the Gulf is reportedly causing the emergence of various other mutant bacteria, as well as increasing severe harm to humans and the environment.


10 Foods that Vegans Can’t Eat
January 25th, 2011

Vegans and vegetarians have to take special care to get enough vitamin B12 and protein, but like anyone, they can get all the nutrients they need from a varied diet of plants and grains.


New Label for GMOs or Pesticides Opposers: “Unscientific”
January 25th, 2011

Watch out for the word “unscientific” in propaganda that’s pushing GMOs, pesticides or other dangerous chemicals onto our world.


Pesticides Give Rise to Mutant Bed Bugs
January 25th, 2011

Pesticides and insecticides are jointly responsible for spawning a new breed of mutant bedbugs that is genetically-resistant to the very chemicals commonly used to eradicate it.


U.S. Government Launches Pharmaceutical Division
January 24th, 2011

The drug companies aren’t coming out with “breakthrough” drugs quickly enough, so the U.S. government plans to spend taxpayer dollars conducting research on drugs to be turned over to Big Pharma.


U.S. Government Commits Avian Holocaust
January 24th, 2011

The USDA is engaged in what can only be called an avian holocaust through its Bye Bye Blackbird program that has poisoned tens of millions of birds over the last decade.


People Fell for GOP’s Health-Care Misinformation
January 24th, 2011

Now that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is being debated in Congress, the truth is little by little coming out. And it seems that the American people were deceived by the GOP after all.


USDA Also Knew About Bee-Killing Pesticide
January 24th, 2011

A leaked document revealed that the U.S. EPA knowingly approved, and continued to allow approval for, neonicotinoids, despite the fact that they knew the chemicals killed bees.


Buzz Builds for ‘Clean Energy’ Standard, but Passage Isn’t Easy
January 24th, 2011

Legislation advancing clean energy at first glance seems like a palatable option for a divided Congress, a kind of combination plate enticing lawmakers with varied morsels.


KAMUT Welcomes Improvements to School Nutrition Bill
January 24th, 2011

The Montana organization sees whole grains as logical choice in school cafeterias.


First Omniscan Jury Trial Starts Today
January 24th, 2011

The plaintiff in the lawsuit, an elderly Minnesota woman, claims she developed nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) after being injected with Omniscan as part of MRI procedures.


Florida Woman Accused of Slapping a Police Horse
January 24th, 2011

After spending nearly 12 hours behind bars, accused of slapping a police horse, a Florida woman was happy to be home Monday, but said she still doesn’t understand why she was arrested.


Animal Rights Groups ‘Outraged’ at Bill
January 24th, 2011

Alley Cat Allies, a national advocacy organization, is taking action against a Top of Utah legislator and his proposed bill regarding feral cats.


Animal Lover’s New Year’s Resolution: Give Local
January 24th, 2011

Still need a New Year’s resolution? 56% of Americans didn’t make one this year, but here’s something we can all get behind: Saving adoptable pets in Georgia by making donations locally.


To Buy or Not to Buy, That is the Question
January 24th, 2011

In Des Moines and all over the world, there are such strong arguments about puppy mills. Many question if mass dog breeding facilities are puppy mills.


Animal Advocates Rally at Troubled Hempstead Shelter
January 24th, 2011

Advocates from Long Island animal-rights groups gathered at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter in Wantagh to rally for improved conditions and fiscal responsibility at the troubled shelter.


Horse Roundup Near Pickens Sanctuary Criticized
January 24th, 2011

Animal rights activists are lashing out at plans to remove about 2,000 wild horses from the range near two northeastern Nevada ranches that the wife of oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens purchased to serve as a mustang sanctuary.


Horses Receive Care After Alleged Abuse
January 24th, 2011

A Viola man faces felony charges of abuse in connection with alleged mistreatment of more than 100 horses, but now animal rights groups are coming to the horse’s aid.


Animal Welfare Under Resourced in Israel
January 24th, 2011

Animal rights are under pressure and The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Tel Aviv can’t keep up with animals that have been deserted by their owners.


Kindness-for-Hens Initiative is Filed
January 24th, 2011

Animal rights advocates filed a citizen initiative today to require more room for egg-laying hens that many industry farms keep in close-fitting cages.


Bunny Blues: Animal Abuse in the Year of the Rabbit
January 24th, 2011

As the Year of the Rabbit approaches, animal rights groups from China and abroad are issuing desperate pleas to Asians around the world to abstain from buying rabbits.


Human vs. Animal Rights: It Is a Dog’s Life in Bulgaria
January 24th, 2011

There is still a widespread notion that improving animal rights is insulting for the average Bulgarian citizen, since humans in this particular country do not possess a great deal of rights as it is.


Mayor Langford: New Jersey vs. God
January 23rd, 2011

The mayor insisted the state’s impending battle to control the city’s high-tourism areas is not a fight against him, but against God.


Leaked U.S. Cable: Iran Will Nearly Soon Have a Nuclear Bomb?
January 23rd, 2011

The people can’t help but suspect whether this is an “induced” leak or a legitimate one. Who knows if this may just be a ploy so the public would agree when the rest of the world suddenly invades Iran.


New Secret UFO Wikileaks Cable Revealed
January 23rd, 2011

In the leaked document, all embassy staff were told to “never discuss under any circumstance, the concerns DOD has with UFOs entering orbit.”


Scientists Say Tidal Generators Could Confuse Sea Life
January 22nd, 2011

Tidal and wave-powered generators may possibly interfere with the internal compasses of sea creatures, which rely on the earth’s magnetic fields to navigate vast distances.


The Hypocrisy of ‘America’s’ Democracy
January 21st, 2011

The United States of America is, in reality, a one-party corporatist state whose very existence is, more than ever, perpetuated by a conscious deliberate denial of reality.


Vermont Gov. Moves on Affordable Healthcare
January 21st, 2011

As the House voted to repeal Obama’s healthcare bill that enriches the medical mafia, the state of Vermont is taking matters into its own hands and is trying to develop a sane and affordable program for the people, not the crooks.


Facist Firms Who Want to Control the Net
January 20th, 2011

Corporate criminals and other anti-freedom firms are lobbying the Feds to give them control over the Internet. Now you have a good list of companies to boycott.


U.S. Presses Europe to Worship Genetically Modified Foods
January 20th, 2011

“Wikileaked” diplomatic cables revealed that Bush administration officials were doing everything in their power to undermine the E.U.’s ban on genetically modified (GM) crops.


Kenyan MP Alleges Plot to Import GMO Maize
January 20th, 2011

The parliamentary committee on agriculture is issuing an alert over what it claims is a plot to bring in genetically modified maize into the country.


Genetically Modified Food at ‘Center’ of Debate
January 20th, 2011

Some call it frankenfood. Others call it playing God. But at the core of the matter, genetically modified food and crops are at the center of a debate between government, science and humanity.


Senator Seeks Ban on ‘Frankenfish’
January 20th, 2011

An Alaskan senator plans to reintroduce a bill to ban the sale of genetically altered fish — which he calls “Frankenfish” — for human consumption.


Genetically Modified Sugar Beets Should Wait for USDA Study
January 20th, 2011

It was shocking to see the editorial advocating the planting of genetically modified sugar beets before the U.S. Department of Agriculture study is complete.


Genetically Modified Crops No Good at All
January 20th, 2011

Just like the debate on mosquitoes and DDT, I still find it strange that a scientific fact, such as the harm that GMOs bring, is subjected to ‘social’ debate. – Amon Mbekiza


Tribal Nations in U.S. Going Green
January 20th, 2011

U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu said up to $10 million was available under a tribal energy program that would help develop energy efficiency and renewable energy programs on tribal lands.


Feds Yank GE Crops From All Northeast Refuges
January 20th, 2011

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has agreed to stop planting genetically engineered (GE) crops on all its refuges within a dozen Northeastern states.


Anti-Walmart Politicians Benifitting from the Store’s Money
January 20th, 2011

The New York politicians who are stoking anti-Walmart fervor are not to be taken seriously for as long as the city’s pension system is a major shareholder in the retailing giant.


State has Diverted Millions in Fees
January 20th, 2011

The diversion of the money has county officials and some environmentalists vowing to fight the renewal of laws authorizing the fees.


Vermont Group Catalogs Hazardous Waste Sites
January 20th, 2011

Vermont boosts of scenic vistas and unspoiled natural assets. But there’s also plenty of hazardous waste and pollution, according to a group that released a town-by-town listing of the state’s toxic threats.


Pigs Out, Mannequins In
January 20th, 2011

A McMaster-based trauma-training program that had used pigs as subjects for teaching emergency medical procedures has reluctantly switched to mannequins after pressure from an animal-rights group.


Removing Veal of Secrecy
January 20th, 2011

For years, Ontario veal producers have tried to keep a low profile as animal rights groups protest the treatment of veal calves. But not anymore.


Tasers for Bears, Moose, etc.
January 20th, 2011

The folks at Taser International believe they’ve found an effective less-than-lethal way to deal with aggressive bears, moose, elk and other large animals.


Arcadia Suspends Controversial Coyote-Trapping Program
January 20th, 2011

Less than six months after reinstating it, City Council members voted unanimously to suspend a program that traps and kills coyotes in residential neighborhoods.


SPCA Takes Kindness to School
January 20th, 2011

The association is starting Kindness Clubs at city schools for this purpose. The clubs tell the students the importance of being good to animals.


Animal Rights Group Criticizes Niabi Zoo
January 20th, 2011

The Niabi Zoo finds itself on a top ten list, but it’s not a ranking they’re happy with. Activist group “In Defense of Animals” named the Niabi Zoo one of the ten worst zoos for elephants.


Catfish Farm Near Mesquite Accused of Torture
January 20th, 2011

Daniel Hauff and Mercy for Animals have called Catfish Corner, which is in eastern Dallas County, “a fish slaughter facility.”


Not All Humane Animal Standards Created Equal
January 20th, 2011

After comparing regulations used by five organizations, the results reveal that while all vastly improve upon conventional standards, ‘humane’ comes in many shades.


Animal Abuse Protesters Again Descend on Courthouse
January 20th, 2011

A small group of animal rights protesters gathered outside the Kane County courthouse for the second time to protest an Aurora man who authorities say severely beat and broke several teeth of his pet dog.


New Group Fights for Animal Rights
January 20th, 2011

Executive director of Animal Liberation NSW, Mark Pearson, said the aim of the group would be to generate campaigns that specifically looked at local issues surrounding animal rights and welfare.


CIA Terrorist Posada in U.S. court
January 20th, 2011

Guilty of killing 73 in an airline bombing, and countless others, CIA terrorist Luis Posada Carriles is charged in the U.S. with immigration violations, not terrorism. He was only charged because in his old age he had been openly bragging about his crimes and had become a liability.


Whistleblower’s Home Raided, Eqpt. Stolen
January 19th, 2011

A man trying to expose environmental crimes of the State of Florida is being targeted by State Police.


Mother Teresa’s Support for Haitian Dictator
January 19th, 2011

The former psycho-dictator of Haiti has returned to the country and is facing charges for his crimes. What few are aware is how much support the mass murder had from the Vatican and Mother Teresa.


China Bans Animal Circuses
January 19th, 2011

China has banned animal circuses and warned its zoos they must stop abusing animals or face closure.


More Than a Million Pigs Buried Alive in South Korea
January 19th, 2011

The recent controversial culling of more than a million pigs thought to be infected with foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is once again thrusting animal rights in South Korea back into the spotlight.


Robeson Board to Hear Plan to Privatize County Animal Shelter
January 19th, 2011

Robeson County commissioners are expected to hear tonight from an animal rights advocate who wants to privatize the county animal shelter.


Hong Kong Urged to Tackle Animal Welfare
January 19th, 2011

Animal rights activists in Hong Kong have raised concerns over the treatment of animals used for breeding.


Panel on Animal Cruelty Meets After More Than a Year
January 19th, 2011

The collector and members of the committee met on Saturday after a gap of over an year to discuss cases related to animal rights over last year.


Tables Turn as Fox Shoots Hunter During Scuffle
January 19th, 2011

Anyone involved in animal rights has probably muttered something similar to, “How would you feel if the animals had guns and hunted us?” Well a little fox in Belarus did just that, he actually shot a hunter.


India for Animals Conference to Be Held in Chennai
January 19th, 2011

For the first time in the country, activists, organisations and lawmakers will get together to discuss topical issues and come up with an action plan to take the animal rights movement forward.


Animal Rights Group Targets Humane Society’s Meaty Menu
January 19th, 2011

The same animal rights group that got foie gras removed from the National Capital Commission menu at Ottawa’s Winterlude kickoff dinner has set its sights again on the annual fundraising Fur Ball organized by the Ottawa Humane Society.


Mysterious Deaths of Big Cats at Tehran Zoo
January 19th, 2011

The Tehran zoo remained closed Tuesday as a mystery surrounds the killing of several big cats, stunning the city and leaving angry mourners demanding answers from authorities.


Southern California Angler Catches Court Case
January 19th, 2011

Newport Beach, CA fisherman Jon Apothaker is facing a court case and criminal charges after reeling in a giant black sea bass– a protected species in California.


Animal Rights Groups Criticise Ancient Spanish Horse Festival
January 19th, 2011

Animal rights groups and equine welfare experts have condemned a traditional Spanish festival that sees 100 horsemen brave flames that leap several metres high.


Kuwait to Clean Up Contamination of 1990 Invasion
January 18th, 2011

Kuwait plans to launch a project to clean up what it calls “oil lakes”, referring to ground contamination resulting from crude spills during the Iraqi invasion of the Gulf Arab state in 1990.


Why Did the Police Send Kennedy Undercover?
January 18th, 2011

The efforts of the police to undermine democratic protest expose the ugly political realities of Britain today.


MedShare Volunteers Learn the Art of Treasure Hunting
January 18th, 2011

Not all volunteers want to go dumpster diving. The ones that do, though, will help provide critical medical supplies to hospitals in the developing world.


Wild Animal Ownership Banned in Ohio
January 18th, 2011

As one of his last efforts, outgoing Governor of Ohio Ted Strickland has placed an emergency ban on the buying or selling of wild predators such as bears, wolves, primates, alligators, venomous snakes, and large constricting snakes.


7 Legislative Decisions Changing America’s Food System
January 18th, 2011

This is a monumental time in the history of our food system. Even while corporations like Monsanto are attempting to patent the seeds we plant, more and more citizens are bucking up and saying not so fast.


Tunisians Unite for Democracy
January 17th, 2011

The people of Tunisia are struggling to liberate themselves from corruption, oppression and usher in an era of true democracy.


When Our Heros are Branded as Terrorists
January 17th, 2011

The Feds consider those who defend nature and animals to be enemy #1.


Eco-Spy Mark Kennedy Exposed After He Quit the Met
January 17th, 2011

An undercover policeman who infiltrated eco-activists was exposed after he resigned from the force and began working for a private security firm.


China Animal Rights Groups Protest Seal Meat Deal
January 17th, 2011

More than 40 Chinese animal rights groups on Thursday hit out at Canada for turning China into a “dumping ground” for its seal meat and oils, after the products were banned in the European Union.


Brevard Animal Proponents Meet on ‘No-Kill’ Plan
January 17th, 2011

Area animal rights proponents met on Saturday (Jan.15th) in Viera to address the county’s efforts to initiate a no-kill policy at Brevard County’s two animal shelters.


Riding a Storm in Pursuit of a Black-Hearted Sun
January 17th, 2011

The Japanese whaling fleet’s supply vessel led Sea Shepherd into a storm to try and shake the Bob Barker and the Steve Irwin off its tail.


No Justice, no Pasta!
January 17th, 2011

Seattle activists are coming together to tell employers like Bella Napoli owner Ciro D’onofrio that they can’t get with wage theft.


The Mirage of Military Cuts
January 17th, 2011

The media is lapping up the Pentagon’s claim that it is making painful “cuts” in spending–even as the military budget continues to grow.


Jared Loughner, Possibly An MKULTRA Assassin?
January 17th, 2011

Loughner’s posts on YouTube gives a general sense of his mental impairment, there are statements he wrote that more directly help to make the case that he may be a victim of mind control.


A New Obama Conspiracy: He’s Confiscating Your IRAs
January 17th, 2011

On Thursday morning, a conservative website that features the work of prominent rightwing commentators sent out an email ad to its readers revealing the latest Obama conspiracy: he wants to steal your retirement account. Literally.


Scientific American Finds U.S. Pig Farms May Be ‘Flu Factories’
January 17th, 2011

An article just published in Scientific American says that American pig farms are virtually “flu factories.” Industry results of pig flu tests are kept confidential, and the pork industry is reluctant to share data with health officials.


Stop USDA Approval Of Monsanto’s GE Alfalfa!
January 15th, 2011

Despite a Supreme Court decision to regulate genetically engineered, Roundup Ready alfalfa for widespread commercial use in June 2010, the USDA is again poised to release this potentially harmful crop for national use.


Africa: In Corrupt Global Food System, Farmland is the New Gold
January 15th, 2011

Farmland is better gold than gold for speculators. This is why many were still hungry in 2008 despite a record high in wheat harvest. The global food system is designed to generate profits not feed people.


Animal Rights Groups Slam Canada-China Seal Deal
January 15th, 2011

Canada, which failed in a public-relations campaign to convince Europe that the seal hunt is humane, will also flop in its “insulting” attempt to find consumers in China, animal rights groups said.


Activist Joe Hashman Fired for Fighting for Animal Rights
January 15th, 2011

Imagine if you could be fired from your job just for supporting animal rights on your own time. That’s what Joe Hashman believes happened to him.


Animal Right Advocates Frustrated by Erickson Sentence
January 15th, 2011

The animal rights advocate who cared for Heidi Erickson’s malnourished cats blasted judicial officials this week for giving the so-called Cat Lady a light sentence for cruelty to animals.


Animal Welfare Board to Monitor Jallikattu ‘Closely’
January 15th, 2011

The Animal Welfare Board today warned against violation of Supreme Court guidelines and said it would closely monitor the conduct of Tamil Nadu’s traditional sport of ‘jallikattu’ (bull taming).


Spy Claim Made at Animal Park
January 15th, 2011

Garvin County authorities are continuing an investigation into a Wynnewood area animal park’s claim a former employee was planted as a spy for a national animal rights group.


UTMB Gives Workers Tips on Dealing with Activists
January 15th, 2011

University of Texas Medical Branch officials have distributed “no trespassing” signs and some guidance on what to do if targeted or harassed by animal-rights activists.


State Halts Euthanasia at Robeson Shelter
January 15th, 2011

State regulators have ordered the Robeson County Animal Shelter to stop euthanizing animals after at least two live puppies were sent to a nearby landfill.


Animal Rights Activists Sentenced
January 15th, 2011

Three animal rights activists who attacked branches of Barclays Bank because of the company’s then links to the animal testing lab Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS), have been sentenced.


Federal Judge Delays Sentencing of Animal Rights Activist
January 15th, 2011

A judge has delayed the sentencing for an animal rights activist from Minneapolis who was convicted of participating in a conspiracy to free ferrets from a breeding facility in Minnesota.


Animal Rights Protesters Slam Top Model Ad
January 15th, 2011

A trailer for New Zealand’s Next Top Model has been slammed as taking its cue from sick videos where small animals are crushed by women in high heels.


What if Jared Loughner were a Muslim?
January 14th, 2011

Let’s be brutally honest. If the suspect’s name was Jamil or Mahmud, America’s reaction might have been different.


The Smartphone, Your Most Dangerous Possession
January 14th, 2011

As if the wireless phones are not already very dangerous to your health, Smartphones double the risk now that these allow users to manage their finances, and their social lives through it.


The Glock Spiel
January 14th, 2011

If there’s one thing that Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her attacker Jared Lee Loughner shared in common, it would be that they both own a Glock pistol. The company that made their guns has a secret itself.


Oath Keepers and the Age of Treason
January 14th, 2011

The patriot movement is being high-jacked by sinister forces and steered so far to the right that members are losing sight of what it means to be a patriot.


America’s Trillion Dollar Drug Cartel
January 14th, 2011

America’s so-called ‘war on drugs’ is in reality a global drug business with taxpayer’s money being used to take out the competition.


Sea Shepherd Asks Greenpeace to Step Up
January 13th, 2011

Sea Shepherd is formally asking Greenpeace to fulfill its promises and actually help save whales instead of simply raising money on the promise that it might take some action.


The Truth About Walmart’s ‘Humane’ Jewelry Line
January 13th, 2011

Greedmart’s Love, Earth jewelry line was supposed to meet a new level of environmental and human rights standards—from mine to factory. But an investigation reports that the reality doesn’t quite match up. What? Wal-Mart caught lying again?


Gays Remain Minority Most Targeted by Hate Crimes
January 13th, 2011

The reality is that homosexuals or perceived homosexuals are by far the group most targeted in America for violent hate crimes, according to an Intelligence Report.


“Buy American” Provision, Robs Taxpayers Twice
January 13th, 2011

The “buy American” provision robs the taxpayer twice: by being forced to prop up industrial losers, and being forced to pay extra through the government procurement process in order to prevent failure among government subsidized companies.


Obama to Declare Powers of a Dictator
January 13th, 2011

Obama is drafting an executive order that would enable him to imprison anyone indefinitely with no evidence of wrong-doing.


Homeland Security Urges Americans To Tell On Their Neighbors
January 13th, 2011

Homeland Security, when it’s not busy seizing domains of hip hop blogs, is apparently on a campaign to enlist Walmart shoppers in a creepy attempt to get people to spy on their neighbors.


6 Crackpot Conspiracy Theories That Actually Happened
January 13th, 2011

Cracked.com looks down at those who spread urban legends and conspiracy theories, but has to sometimes stop and point out the downright terrifying historical precedents for even the craziest of claims.


Churchill’s Asian Spy Princess Comes Out of the Shadows
January 13th, 2011

The spy’s bravery has long been recognised in France, where there are two memorials and a ceremony held each year to mark her death. But in Britain, her courage has since been allowed to fade in history.


The Truth About Chavez
January 11th, 2011

Because Venezuela’s President, Hugo Chavez, is not a servant of US corporations, America’s media slanders him and tells big fat lies about Venezuela.


The Pentagon’s Planet of Bases
January 11th, 2011

The ’empire’ now has more than 1,000 military bases around the world.


Nader’s Open Letter to Obama
January 11th, 2011

Ralph Nader tells Obama like it is. Washington serves the interests of corporate criminals, not American taxpayers.


Jared Lee Loughner’s Currency Obsession
January 11th, 2011

Among Rep. Giffords’ alleged shooter’s “revolutionary thoughts”: Paper money not backed by gold is “illegal.” — James Ridgeway


Why Is Jeff Sessions Blocking A Child Sex Trafficking Bill?
January 11th, 2011

The bill is “the first of its kind to deal with young trafficking victims domestically.” But when the Senate attempted to pass the bill by unanimous consent, Sen. Jeff Sessions put a hold on the bill.


How a Red Herring About WikiLeaks Killed Whistleblower Protections
January 11th, 2011

WikiLeaks killed our whistleblower protections bill—sort of.


Just Talk or Real Threat? Shooting Raises Questions About Rhetoric
January 11th, 2011

The Arizona shooting is sparking an intense debate over whether incendiary political talk across the country is a real danger, or merely vivid political rhetoric.


Central Banks are Acquiring Gold, Dumping US Dollars
January 10th, 2011

There is evidence that central banks in several regions of the World are building up their gold reserves. What is published are the official purchases.


7 Reasons Food Shortages Will Become a Global Crisis
January 10th, 2011

Global food shortages have forced emergency meetings at the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization where they claim “urgent action” is needed. Large GMO food companies, it seems, found the perfect opportunity to force their products into markets.


Muslims Show Up As ‘Human Shields’ To Defend Christians
January 10th, 2011

As Egyptian Coptic Christians attended their Christmas eve mass at their churches, thousands of Muslims acted as “human shields” to protect them from terrorist attacks by extremists.


Canada’s Best-Paid CEOs ‘Recession-Proof’: Study
January 10th, 2011

Canada’s best-paid 100 CEOs breezed through the worst of the recession with earnings 155 times higher than the average Canadian income earner, says a new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA).


They Will Steal It!
January 10th, 2011

“When you’ve got something really good, you don’t have to force it on people. They will steal it!” says African-American comedian and activist Dick Gregory.


Where Does Nuclear Disarmament Go From Here?
January 10th, 2011

With U.S. Senate ratification of the New START treaty on December 22, supporters of nuclear disarmament won an important victory. But making further progress on nuclear disarmament will not be easy.


New Book Tells of How Surveillance Is Erasing Freedom and Autonomy
January 10th, 2011

Author Elliot Cohen says that there’s evidence for thinking that we’re moving in a direction of a controlled society, a controlled culture.


Docs Detail CIA’s Cold War Hypnosis Push
January 10th, 2011

In order to maintain its spying edge over the Russkies, the CIA considered the benefits of hypnosis.


A Critic of Western Policy in Haiti Loses His OAS Job
January 10th, 2011

On December 25, the Organization of American States removed their special representative, Ricardo Seitenfus, from Haiti. The reason was very simple. He told the truth.


Rape is Rampant in the Military
January 10th, 2011

The military machine will go to any length to maintain public silence over the issue, but the numbers of victims of sexual assault are at epidemic proportions.


Witches Threaten Romanian Taxman After New Labour Law
January 10th, 2011

Self-declared witches in Romania are preparing to curse the country’s rulers publicly for taxing their profession under an amended labour law.


Journal’s Paper on ESP Expected to Prompt Outrage
January 9th, 2011

The publication by one of psychology’s most respected journals of a paper presenting strong evidence for extrasensory perception, delighted believers in so-called paranormal events, but is mortifying scientists.


Real Life Superheroes Hit The Streets Of Seattle!
January 9th, 2011

In Seattle, a group of “superheroes” have taken to the streets to fight crime.


US Subpoenas Twitter Data on WikiLeaks Supporters
January 8th, 2011

The US has ordered Twitter to turn over all records on people who openly supported Twitter, including foreign politicians.


Rampage in Tucson
January 8th, 2011

Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords has survived a shooting that left at least 5 others dead.


America’s War Budget Continues to Explode
January 8th, 2011

Despite proposed modest budget cuts, US military spending has been growing rapidly and will continue to do so.


Here’s One Way to Prevent Local Wind-Farm Fights
January 8th, 2011

Most states lack uniform, enforceable standards governing wind turbine siting, leaving regulatory decisions to local governments.


Energy Crisis? Look at Water
January 8th, 2011

A resident from Canada’s British Columbia province asks why B.C. let so much of the water in its rivers pour out into the sea without making any effort to harness the energy first.


Calif. County Criminalizes Smart-Meter Installations
January 7th, 2011

Citing alleged health effects from electromagnetic waves, a county in the North San Francisco Bay Area has criminalized the installation of “smart” electric meters. Now, we ask, how about cellphones?


Scientists Say Dolphins Should Be Treated as ‘Non-Human Persons’
January 7th, 2011

Dolphins have been declared the world’s second most intelligent creatures after humans, with scientists suggesting they are so bright that they should be treated as “non-human persons”.


Utah’s $1.5 Billion Cyber-Security Center Under Way
January 7th, 2011

Officially named the Utah Data Center, the facility’s role in aggregating and verifying dizzying volumes of data for the intelligence community has already earned it the nickname “Spy Center.”


The Roots of Racism
January 7th, 2011

In the first article in a series on “Socialism and Black Liberation,” Lance Selfa explains the origins of slavery at the dawn of capitalism and the ideology of white supremacy.


Not So Wild About Wildlife
January 7th, 2011

When Barack Obama took office in 2009, conservationists expected him to end the outgoing administration’s policy of blocking, delaying, and politicizing endangered-species listings. What became of their expectation?


Mother Sues McDonald’s for ‘Interfering’ With Kids
January 7th, 2011

Happy Meals just got a little more expensive for McDonald’s: the fast food chain has been sued by California mother Monet Parham for using toys to make her two young daughters want nutritionally unsound Happy Meals.


The Melting Arctic: A Threat to Indigenous Land and Culture?
January 7th, 2011

Climate change in the circumpolar region has had and will continue to have devastating effects on the Indigenous peoples who consider the region to be their homeland.


Outgoing Ohio Governor Orders Ban on Exotic Pets
January 7th, 2011

Ohio’s outgoing governor has ordered a ban on new dangerous pets, in one of the last states to allow them to be owned with few restrictions.


The Maverick Marchioness
January 7th, 2011

Next month, the European Parliament will get down to discussing a number of animal-welfare issues, especially concerning cruel methods such as battery production for hens and small cages for pregnant pigs.


GOP Opposition was Shaky
January 7th, 2011

The Senate confirmation of new U.S. District Court Judge Benita Y. Pearson was held up for nearly a year supposedly because of concerns by Republicans about her views on animal rights.


Activists Urge Ban on Buying, Selling of Animal Traps
January 7th, 2011

Animal rights activists yesterday urged the government to ban the purchase and sale of animal traps, as many pets as well as children have fallen victim to them.


China’s Secret Weapon: Women
January 6th, 2011

China may be lagging in development as a country, but in the growing cities, their glass ceiling is full of open windows of opportunity. Young educated women have equal chances to advance.


Veganism on the Increase as More People Question Eating Meat
January 6th, 2011

Vegans seek to exclude the use of animals for food, clothing, or any other purpose – and their numbers are growing.


Goat Traders Challenge Law on Panjrapole Custody
January 6th, 2011

Goat traders from south Gujarat moved the Gujarat high court (HC) questioning certain provisions of animal protection law.


Animal Rights Activists Roughed Up
January 6th, 2011

A bunch of Indian police personnel, outnumbered by a sizable mob of butchers, were left helpless as two animal right activists were subjected to unbridled thrashing for trying to save 40 buffaloes on Tuesday.


Medicare Backs Away From End-of-Life Discussions
January 6th, 2011

Medicare will not reimburse doctors for discussions about end-of-life care. The original proposal was criticized by conservatives who believed it would lead to the creation of “death panels.”


Nano-Tech Foods Are Not Organic
January 6th, 2011

Nanotechnology, the process of manipulating matter at the atomic and molecular level, has no place in organic food. Like genetic modification, it is the antithesis of the organic concept.


Now the FDA Is Going After Vitamin C!
January 6th, 2011

The FDA has just notified small pharmacies that they will no longer be allowed to manufacture or distribute injectable vitamin C—despite its remarkable power to heal conditions that conventional medicine can’t touch.


Meet the New Imperial Court, Same As the Old Imperial Court
January 5th, 2011

Be it Democrats or Republicans, Congress is extremely unlikely to diverge from its path of ever increasing Pentagon expenditures unless a massive public movement pressures it to do so.


A Profound and Jarring Disconnect
January 5th, 2011

On every key issue of public concern –from protecting Social Security, to climate change issues, the government in this supposed democracy has gone against the wishes of the majority of the public.


Living in Fear of the Government
January 5th, 2011

Activists in the Bay Area have come together to form the Coalition for a Safe San Francisco, a grassroots alliance of individuals and organizations working to protect civil rights that are being shredded in the name of “national security.”


The Tyranny of Defense Inc.
January 5th, 2011

Dwight Eisenhower’s warning 50 years ago about the threat to democracy due to the growing fusion between corporations and the armed forces, actually understates the scope of our modern system and the dangers of the perpetual march to war it has put us on.


A Threat Facing All Activists
January 5th, 2011

Activist, author and attorney Robert Meeropol explains why progressives should unite to defend Julian Assange against attempts to prosecute him for espionage for his work on WikiLeaks.


Supreme Court Justice: No Protection for Women in Constitution
January 5th, 2011

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s belief that women have no protection under the constitution could herald the return of officially-sanctioned gender discrimination, a prominent Washington lawyer says.


Federal Appeals Court Punts Prop 8 Back to California
January 5th, 2011

Holding your breath for a speedy resolution to the landmark federal case that argues California’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional? Stop it; you’ll turn blue.


The Rise of the New Global Elite
January 5th, 2011

The good news—and the bad news—for America is that the nation’s own super-elite is rapidly adjusting to the perspective where American businesses that don’t internationalize aggressively risk being left behind.


Sea Shepherd, a Serious Concern to Japan’s Whale Killers
January 5th, 2011

Leaked documents reveal that the Japanese govt. views Sea Shepherd as a very serious threat to their illegal whaling activities.


Loving the Freedom of Expression — A Global Action
January 5th, 2011

The group Food Not Bombs wants everyone to consider organizing a free vegan meal and rally outside your countries U.S. Embassy, U.S. federal courts or U.S. military bases on February 14, 2011.


Can GM Mosquitoes Eradicate Dengue Fever?
January 5th, 2011

A risky strategy experimented on humans without informed consent, and based on data from unpublished studies.


How Videogames Are Changing the Economy
January 4th, 2011

From Silicon Valley to China to media, video games are leading the next productivity revolution. So hug a geek today.


Whistleblower Exposes Attempted ET Manipulation
January 4th, 2011

Former Project Seagate whistleblower and Project Camelot witness Aaron McCollum has exposed an attempt into making him a manipulator between purported extraterrestrials that would ‘decloak’ over the Festival and child participants in the Festival.


‘Loophole’ in Revised Dog Act, says Animal Rights Activist
January 4th, 2011

An animal-rights activist is afraid the NWT’s revised Dog Act is going to contain what she describes as a major loophole. The new legislation allows for “locally accepted or traditional practices.”


New El Paso City Ordinances Take Effect
January 4th, 2011

Most provisions of a sweeping ordinance meant to reduce the number of pets killed at the Animal Services Shelter took effect Saturday.


Robeson Animal Shelter To Take Over Euthanasias
January 4th, 2011

The manager of Robeson County’s animal shelter plans to take over euthanasia responsibilities at the shelter next week after at least two live puppies were sent to the county dump.


Wolves Are Much Ado About Money
January 4th, 2011

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in April, will move to have the Western Great Lakes wolf population removed from the endangered species list.


Obama Administration Wants You To Know Faux from Real Fur
January 4th, 2011

The Truth in Fur Labeling Act, is designed to protect consumers from buying real fur unintentionally essentially by saying that real fur must be labeled as such regardless of the price of the item.


Animal Activists Get in Cage to Protest Pet Transaction
January 4th, 2011

Activists from animal rights group AnimaNaturalis took part in a protest against buy and sale of pets in Mexico City, Mexico, Jan. 2, 2011.


Writing for Animal Rights
January 4th, 2011

Here at last is one of the best writers engaging imaginatively, compassionately, politically and ethically with the pain and suffering of animals.


Condoms Promote Awareness of Endangered Species
January 4th, 2011

The Center for Biological Diversity distributed 50,000 condoms on New Year’s Eve to raise awareness about the effects of human overpopulation on endangered species.


Delaware Gets Good Marks for Pet Protection Laws
January 4th, 2011

Effective Jan. 1, animal shelters in Delaware are subject to a new law that creates uniform standards for how they must care for animals they take in.


Manila Dolphin Show Fails to Amuse Animal Welfare Activists
January 4th, 2011

Since Christmas Day, dolphins Tutti and Frutti have been performing five times a day to the beat of deafening music, in a small 12×18 foot pool.


The Enemy Within
January 3rd, 2011

Our enemies are not people in far away countries but our own criminal corporations and their govt. minions.


Feds Threaten Human Rights Activist
January 3rd, 2011

Federal agents are using their broad new powers to terrorize American citizens who try to stand up for what is right.


Republicans to Investigate Obama Corruption?
January 3rd, 2011

The political puppet-show goes on with the corrupt promising to investigate the corrupt.


Neo-Colonialism, Imperialism & Resistance in the 21st Century
January 3rd, 2011

Colonialism has evolved over the years and grown stronger and more destructive yet more seductive at the same time.


US Aided Banking Criminals
January 3rd, 2011

Leaked documents expose how the Bush crime family were involved in massive bank fraud.


Female President Takes Office in Brazil
January 3rd, 2011

Brazil has made history with the swearing-in of its first female president.


The NAZI – CIA Connection
January 3rd, 2011

The US actively recruited thousands of the worst NAZIs and embedded them deep into the military for research and paramilitary operations. The NAZI influence is still present.


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