Other Articles



U.S. troops home now! / The Teflon prez?


Vermont Labor: Bring ’em home / 19 arrested in overtime protest / Justice denied for newspaper workers / Union veteran?

Nova Scotia OKs same-sex marriage

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Nova Scotia became the sixth Canadian province to sanction same-sex marriages Sept. 24 when Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Heather Robertson upheld the Ontario marriage of a lesbian couple living in Nova Scotia.


Polls wrong, keep up the fight Just got off the phone with friends. We have all — to a person — agreed that the polls have absolutely no logic. I travel the whole state regularly and have not seen one place where evidence would should me that Bush is leading.



Electoral College belongs on history’s ash heap / It’s about the movements

Peltiers lawyers seek hidden FBI files

BUFFALO, N.Y. — An attorney for imprisoned Native American Indian activist Leonard Peltier accused the government Sept. 13 of withholding documents in the case to cover up its own misconduct 30 years ago.

In Ohio, job losses loom large

CLEVELAND — Industrial plants continue to close down, and the official unemployment rate goes up. This is the real situation faced by Ohio’s working families as they go into the home stretch of the 2004 election campaign. click here for Spanish text


Editor’s Note: Hundreds of thousands of volunteers are knocking on doors across the country to defeat Bush. Many are young people and first-time activists.

13 4 5 6 718