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Stop and Frisk Suspense Stories

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Google Working as an Arm of Law Enforcement

by Rob Kaminski (Originally published in Liberation News, November 7, 2011) Google has been asked by U.S. authorities to remove 92 videos of police brutality, the company revealed in an update to an online transparency report. The IT giant has … Continue reading

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A Call to Action! All Out to Longview, Washington!

A Call to Action From the Cowlitz-Wahkiakum (Washington) Central Labor Council – January 2, 2012 “We are imploring all able working class people willing to take time out of his or her own lives, to come to Longview, Washington for … Continue reading

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Reform vs. Revolution Within Occupy

by Shamus Cooke(Originally posted on Workers Action, December 12, 2011) Many Occupiers have expressed a valid concern over the Obama campaign attempting to hijack the Occupy movement. To avoid this pitfall some Occupiers advocate more radical methods, ideas and strategies. But … Continue reading

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Repressing Occupy as Corporate Welfare: Reflections on Corporate Media and “the Costs of the Occupy Movement”

by Paul Street (Originally posted on ZNet, November 28, 2011; the notes can be found there) Consistent with their roles as propaganda assets of the rich, many local newspapers last week ran on their front pages an Associated Press (AP) … Continue reading

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The Empire Strikes Back in Futility: Reflections on the Occupy Movement and the Repression it has Sparked

by Paul Street (Originally posted on ZNet, November 22, 2011; the notes can be found there) Occupy Wall Street isn’t about real estate, and its signal achievement was not assembling shivering sleepers in a park. The high ground that the … Continue reading

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The Battles of Occupy Portland

by Shamus Cooke (Originally published on Workers Action, November 13, 2011) For those who were there, November 13th will be a day long remembered in Portland, Oregon. Occupy Portland again proved why it remains the 2nd strongest Occupy movement in … Continue reading

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Anti-Veterans Day Message

Someone told us that today was veterans day. This is not the kind of shit that we keep up with since we don’t tune in to propagandistic, mainstream-corporate media, but we happened to hear about this by chance so we … Continue reading

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Eyewitness Oakland General Strike

by PSL San Francisco (Originally published on Liberation News, November 6, 2011) Around 25,000 people participated in a general strike in Oakland, Calif., on Nov. 2, called by the Occupy movement. The strike shut down the Port of Oakland, as … Continue reading

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Officer Friendly

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