Issue No. 60: Spring '06
This issue hit the streets April 7. This is some of it. Enjoy.
What You're Missing | Advertiser Index | Order Print Copy
From the Editor
by Craig Mazer
Editorial: Good-Bye from IMPACTWhy This Is Our Last Issue"So ten years are behind me, and IMPACT is riding 48 final pages into the sunset. It has been a good, bumpy, exhilirating, gratifying and exhausting ride ..."
Revealing the Revolutionary King
by Jeff Nall
Dr. Martin Luther King has been dead for more than 35 years. Today, the blood of torture victims from Guantanamo to Bagram is seeping into his grave while another sarcastic procession of politicians praise the polite Negro civil rights advocate. They obscure his true epitaph, a radical vision of peace and justice.
by Don Pflaster
So That's It? Seriously, humans, what¹s the deal? We used to know how to run a relatively peaceful world. Did our society peak at the end of 1999?
Comic Relief: The Muddlemarch
by Neal Skorpen
Choose: Passing the Buck | Alqaidastan
Clear-Cutting Green Activists: The FBI Escalates the War on Dissent
by Dr. Steven Best and Anthony Nocella, II
As corporations escalate their bloody and destructive assault on animals, biodiversity, and the Earth, so too is the FBI ratcheting up its attack on activists who defend the rights of nature. This is not a coincidence, but a strategic attempt to silence voices that speak truth to power.
Maturity Is For The Weak
by Adam Finley
As an acute observer of human behavior, I've noticed there has always been a strong desire among grown men to bed teenage girls.
by various writers
A little bit on a whole heck of a hell of a lot of CDs.
Advertiser Index: The businesses that make this magazine possible; includes lots of cool music-label links.
This issue's quotes:activist and author Abbie Hoffman
"Revolution is not something fixed in ideology, nor is it something fashioned to a particular decade. It is a perpetual process embedded in the human spirit."
"One has not only a legal, but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsiblity to disobey unjust laws."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.