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News :: Civil & Human Rights

Better than I ever did

It should also be noted his faithful wife, spends her
days, phoning wives of other potential bush bitch nazi
whores, encouraging them to support the war crimes of
her husband, by not mentioning the treason that
foreigner Saudi blount has dedicated the sacrifice of
American soldiers for.

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LOCAL Announcement :: Latin America

Eyewitness Venezuela


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News :: Protest Activity

: Revolutionary Reporting Live from the RNC

Revolutionary RNC Coverage - Ongoing!

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Interview :: Labor


Building Bridges: Your Community and Labor Report presents this 27 minute Radio Program. TO LISTEN CLICK ON LA INDYMEDIA AUDIO LINK.

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Personal notes on A-29

A-29.jpgIMCer editorial collective member shares his personal observations on a summer day's walk in NYC

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News :: Miscellaneous

News Junkie Scott's Blog (8/31)


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Commentary :: Miscellaneous

An Open Letter to Lady Margaret Thatcher

Mark Thatcher, son of Lady Margaret Thatcher, is in big trouble. He was charged in South Africa, with helping to finance a planned coup in oil rich Equatorial Guinea. He is under house arrest, on $300,000 bail. Equatorial Guinea is looking to extradite him on the same charges. Meanwhile, Zimbabwe may want to get their hands on him, too. Baroness Thatcher is naturally distraught. The Open Letter offers some advice and historical context.

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Commentary :: Elections & Legislation

"We know who you are, and where you live..."

Commentary regarding the federal investigation concerning the recent posting of Republican National Convention Deligate names and contact information on an indymedia web site.

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Announcement :: Protest Activity

HELP! Bail $ Needed in NYC!

Hey friends, please try to help these folks!

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News :: [none]

Baltimore's "Free Books!" Charity in Dire Straits

I spend anywhere from three to eight hours every week sweating along with a motley crew of local misfits, shelving, sorting, and hauling ton after ton of written matter in a rowhouse basement in Baltimore. We have no heat nor air conditioning, but still, every week, we come and work. Volunteer night is Wednesday, but many of us also work on the weekends, when we're open to the public. There are times when we're freezing and we have to wear coats and gloves inside, making handling books somewhat tricky; other times, we're all soaked with sweat, since it's 90 degrees out and the basement is thick with bodies. One learns to forget about personal space when working at The Book Thing, since you can scarcely breathe without bumping into someone, and we are all so accustomed to having to scrape by each other that most of us no longer bother to say "excuse me" unless some particularly dramatic brushing occurs.

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