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Author: Liberation Lit
Nov 01, 2007
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"We have won an historic victory," proclaimed President Rafael Correa of Ecuador. On Sunday the political coalition he heads won an overwhelming majority of the seats in the Constituent Assembly that is tasked with "refounding" the nation's institutions. Taking office early this year in a land slide victory, Correa has repeatedly called for an opening to a "new socialism of the twenty- first century," declaring that Ecuador has to end "the perverse system that has destroyed our democracy, our economy and our society." His government marks the emergence of a radical anti-neoliberal axis in South America, comprising Venezuela, Bolivia and now Ecuador.
Albert: Fatalism May Be Fatal
Sep 29, 2007
A couple of days ago I opened the Sunday New York Times. The main headline, front page, top right, was "At many homes, more profit and less nursing." The article was about a trend in nursing homes in Florida where private investors have cut costs to raise
An often overlooked country in the Central African mosaic, Burundi recently began an optimism-filled journey filled to establish a democratic and peaceful post-conflict nation. Following the 2005 elections that brought current President Pierre Nkurunziz
Author: North America, the House of Saud and the real gas Gouging Rabbits, royals and wahabis driving us nuts.
Sep 09, 2007
North America, the House of Saud and the real gas Gouging Rabbits, royals and wahabis driving us nuts.
Author: Some Reasons for Setting-up PPS-UK
Jul 29, 2007
"Another World is Possible" (Slogan of the World Social Forum)
Author: On the 40th Anniversary of the Six Day War
Jun 16, 2007
On the 40th Anniversary of the so-called Six Day War, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas stated that the Palestinians were on the verge of a civil war--as if he had nothing to do with it, in contrast to his predecessor.
Author: Falwell and Me
Jun 09, 2007
It was fitting to see so much gushing on TV news about Rev. Jerry Falwell in the hours after his death. He and TV news held the same things sacred: fame, soundbites and uninformed fear-mongering.