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1 June International Day of Action for Bradley Manning: | misebogland

1 June International Day of Action for Bradley Manning:

Time is running out for the US economy and the American people. The financial press and economic commentators, with few exceptions, do a good job of keeping this fact from the public. They are immune to reality. Until the real situation is understood, nothing can be done. It is difficult to sell a solution when the problem is not recognized and understood.

What The Bradley Manning Verdict Tells Us About America by StormCloudsGathering

U.S. policy is to shoot the proverbial messenger: #Lawyers at the Center for Constitutional Rights #CCR challenge lack of #Transparency around the #Manning trial.

policy is to shoot the proverbial messenger: at the Center for Constitutional Rights challenge lack of around the trial.

The Pathological Twisting of Bradley Manning: Part Two: Social Change as “Post-Adolescent Idealism”

Turning Their Back on Bradley Manning Whistleblower speaks--but press doesn't listen

Irish Hunger Strike mural - This is part of the International Peace Murals in Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland by yakshini, via Flickr - It commemorates the hunger strikes of Irish Republican prisoners in prison in Northern Ireland

Irish Hunger Strike mural - This is part of the International Peace Murals in Falls Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland by yakshini It commemorates the hunger strikes of Irish Republican prisoners in prison in Northern Ireland

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Monitor Political Cartoons - The Christian Science Monitor

Here are the worst things Fox News has ever done

Here are the worst things Fox News has ever done

No, Birmingham is not a "Muslim-only" city. Steve Emerson, you have lost what little credibility you had, "Terrorism Expert". Cartoon by Dave Brown

Steve Bell cartoon

Margaret Thatcher dies: news and reaction

Steve Bell Guardian cartoonist Cleveland College of Art & Design Hartlepool alumni

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The notorious ban on alcohol in North America sparked both outrage and a renowned speakeasy culture of underground bars and secret parties. Hence, the 1920 also became known as the Prohibition Era. Photo: protesters against the alcohol ban.

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