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Commentary :: Activism : International Relations : Protest Activity : U.S. Government : War in Iraq

100,000+ March on Washington to End the Iraq War

On a sunny Saturday in Washington D.C. on Jan. 27, 2007, 100,000+ people gathered on The Mall and marched around the Capital Building to highlight the point that Congress can and should bring an end to the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Chants included "Bring the Troops Home Now," and "Hey Bush! Can't You See? All the People Disagree!"

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Commentary :: War in Iraq

Rep. John Conyers: “Congress Can Fire Bush!”

A massive anti-Iraqi War rally was held, in D.C., on Sat., Jan. 27, 2007. The Chairman of the House’s Judiciary Committee, Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), sent an unmistakable warning to President George W. Bush. Conyers said he wants the “war stopped.” He reminded Bush, that the U.S. Congress “can fire him.” Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said Bush “tricked the American people” into the war. She said, to loud applause: “Bush isn’t the decider. He’s the liar!”

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Commentary :: U.S. Government

The Ehrlich Report

A Reflection on Entering the New Year with Mr. Bush


Commentary :: History

Will Nancy Pelosi Remember Her Populist Roots?

Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, returned to her Baltimore roots on Jan. 5, 2007. Part of a street near her old home was renamed in her honor. Pelosi said that she’s committed to making the “future better” for America. She is also on record demanding a “political solution” to the Iraqi War and labeling Dubya’s Iraqi War surge scheme as “flawed.” Will Pelosi do the right thing and also seek the impeachment of Dubya and V.P. Dick Cheney?

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Commentary :: Elections & Legislation : Latin America


A report on the elections in Venezuela by Indymedia correspondents in Caracas.

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News :: Baltimore MD : Education : Protest Activity : Race and Ethnicity

NAACP Protests Racial Incident at Johns Hopkins University

Report on November 5 protest of racial incident on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in October.

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Commentary :: Media

The Ehrlich Report

The Ehrlich Report is a monthly column of political commentary. This month we look at the manipulation of the news media.


Commentary :: Peace

Kathy Kelly to James Baker: “Tell the Truth about Iraq!”

Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy Kelly, gave a talk at the UMBC campus, on Nov. 20, 2006. She mocked the ex-Secretary of State, James Baker, for saying he wasn’t going to “wring his hands” about past mistakes in Iraq. Baker heads up the so-called “Iraq Study Group.” Kelly roared: “We will wring our hands! One of the ways to stop this next war is to tell the truth about this war. And, it’s not going to be such a pleasant mirror to look into.”


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