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The Column: The Dog Has Buddha Nature
by Morris Sullivan
A courtroom defeat of Intelligent Design prompts a search for the great truths inherent in the Creation and other myths.
The Great Money-Gobbling War MachineWho Needs American Workers?
by Jim Hightower
Do you know how much our military spends?; Americans are training their offshore job replacements.
Announcing the P.I.-litzer Prizes for 2005
by Norman Soloman
It is regrettable that only a few can win a P.U.-litzer. In 2005, a large volume of competitors made the selection process very difficult.
Over-Priced Musings: Immortality and the Singularity
by Don Pflaster
Clinical immortality achieved in 20 years? It's more than a possibility and the prospect has turned Pflaster into a futurist.
Hard Evidence of U.S. Torturing Prisoners to Death Ignored by Corporate Media
by Peter Phillips
Military autopsy reports provide proof that detainees are being tortured to death while in U.S. custody, yet the U.S. corporate media pays little attention.
Capitalism as Cancer
by Charles Sullivan
It is painfully obvious that America is a land that worships the market economy. Big money is God here. Big money is all powerful, spreading like a disease.
A Strike Against Inequality
by Chaka Uzondu
When 33,000 workers go on strike anywhere in the U.S., we should take notice.
by Virgil Butler, David Payne, Robert Allan Williams
"The Holocaust & The Henmaid's TaleA Case for Comparing Atrocities," "Social Crisis and DemoralizationThe Dynamics of Status in American Race Relations," "Beginner's Guide to Community-Based ArtsTen Graphic Stories About Artists, Educators and Activists Across the U.S.," and "Class MattersCross-Class Alliance Building for Middle-Class Activists."
Comic: The K Chronicles
by Keith Knight
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