Censorship

Guest Blog: The Execution of Christopher Dorner

I am reprinting the following piece originally published today by Counterpunch, with permission, because it gets at some very important issues about structures of violence that resonate not only throughout the U.S., but also in Palestine (the normal topic of this blog).  One of the authors, George Ciccariello-Maher, is a St.

Re: In response to the last attacks on The Muslims and The US Consulate: RESPONSIBILITY WE ALL SHARE!

Thanks for Your comment. There is NO NEED for any censorship laws now and in the future. YET there is need for something else: NEED TO RESPECT EACH OTHER. Freedom of speech ends where freedoms and rights of another human being are violated and treated, or her/his culture and values are insulted, mocked, and laughed at.

“They made us many promises…”

 As I sit in my kitchen after baking 14 (literally) pies for Thanksgiving, I begin to wonder what other Native families are doing in preparation for the holiday.

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