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  • ‘Red Lines’: Syria from activists’ eyes
    ‘Red Lines’: Syria from activists’ eyes
    It’s easy to want change, to talk about change, but acting on it is another story. The new documentary ‘Red Lines’ by directors Andrea Kalin and Oliver Lukacs follows two passionate activists, Razan Shalab al-Sham and Mouaz...
  • T-Dubb-O
    Latest WH beer summit features rapper 'T-Dubb-O' but no cops
    The police appear to have "acted stupidly" again. That's one possible reading ofBarack Obama’s latest plan of action in re recent events in Ferguson, Mo. ViatheDaily Caller:Obama’s first move in December will be to focus...
  • Senator Ted Cruz
    Senator Cruz to New Hampshire: Now is the time to speak out
    Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) was one of the speakers at the inaugural Freedom Summit hosted by Citizens Unitedand Americans for Prosperity Foundation in Manchester yesterday. Considered a potential 2016 presidential candidate, Cruz not only got a...
  • Pete Seeger
    Appraising Pete Seeger
    Forty-five years ago half a million baby boomers and others rallied in Washington, D.C. against the Vietnam War. Who led them in a rousing rendition of John Lennon’s new song, “Give Peace a Chance”—Pete Seeger.Here was a...
  • Activists protesting deer cull in Long Island
    Animal rights activists and hunters unite against Long Island deer cull
    It was a rare joint effort between animal rights activists and hunters as they stood side by side during a Saturday protest in Long Island’s East Hampton. Both groups were against a plan to kill as many as 3,000 deer on the East End of Long...
  • No coal train
    Activists defeating coal export terminals in the Pacific Northwest
    This week, Goldman Sachs sold off its share in the largest proposed coal export terminal in the country. And activists made it happen, according to Amanda Starbuck of Rainforest Action Network.By continuing to raise their voices about this...
  • RIP 2013
    Public Figures and Celebrities We Lost in 2013
    It’s been a rough year for celebrities. Depending on your criteria for the status of a celebrity, nearly 100 famous and semi famous folks have passed over to the other side this year. With only a little more than 30 days left in this year,...
  • Wal-Mart Labor Protest
    Labor unions stage paid protests to hurt holiday retail sales
    During the busy shopping weekend, that began with Black Friday through the Thanksgiving holiday-weekend on Saturday and Sunday, many Christmas bargain-hunters were subjected to loud, boisterous labor demonstrations in front of department stores...
  • Ted Cruz supporters say Republican RINOS are kaput
    Ted Cruz supporters say Republican RINOS are kaput
    John McCain and John Boehner should be looking over their shoulders because the end of their long- held power may be coming to an end. Their pretense of being Conservative is being challenged by activists who don’t want a third party but...
  • Arctic Sunrise
    Russian Coast Guard holding Greenpeace activists at gunpoint
    Today, September 19, 1013, Greenpeace international started a campaign to bring international attention to the plight of more than 20 Greenpeace activists being held at gunpoint on the Arctic Sunrise in the Russian Arctic. Fifteen armed Russian...
  • Liberal union members disrupt labor reform event in Washington state
    Liberal union members disrupt labor reform event in Washington state
    Liberal union activists disrupted a labor reform event in Vancouver, WA, Jennifer Burke of TPNN reported on Friday.The event, sponsored by the Freedom Foundation and the Cascade Policy Institute out of Oregon, focused on state labor reforms and...
  • Syrian children who died during chemical attack
    Syrian protesters claim chemical weapon attacks
    The Associated Press is reporting, today, that the Syrian government is being accused of launching a chemical gas attack that has killed at least 100 people. The attack is said to have occurred in the eastern suburbs of Damascus that included...
  • Snowden asylum request from putin
    Edward Snowden report: asylum in Russia only real option for safety
    Edward Snowden is seeking temporary asylum in Russia while he looks for permanent asylum elsewhere according to multiple media sources who are citing a story from the state-owned RIA Novosti news service.An article from the Los Angeles Times said...
  • Little girl with sign: ‘If I Wanted The Government In My Womb, I’d F*** A Senator’
    Little girl's sign: ‘If I wanted the government in my womb, I’d f*** a senator'
    Yesterday, abortion activists yelled 'Hail Satan!' at pro-life advocates who were singing 'Amazing Grace' at the capitol in Austin, Texas. Today, a little girl was sent to protest with a sign,‘If I Wanted The Government In My...
  • March against Monsanto
    Activists march against Monsanto at Pershing Square this Saturday
    This Saturday May 25 activists from around the world will unite to march against the Monsanto Company.This is a worldwide event protesting against the Monsanto Company and its genetically-modified foods that is harmful to the environment and can...