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Falling profits impel capitalists to war as surely as thirst drives donkeys to water. 2001 witnessed a 54 percent drop in the profits of the Fortune “Global 500,” the world’s 500 largest corporations.
TUCSON, Ariz. – Reacting in anger and horror to the mounting number of deaths on the Arizona-Mexico border, about 100 demonstrators turned out for a protest at the Federal Building July 23 organized by La Coalición de Derechos Humanos/Alianza Indígena Sin Fronteras.
PHOENIX – Five arrests were made at a militant protest led by Arizona AFL-CIO leadership in response to ultra-right Senator Jon Kyl’s support for legislation to privatize Medicare.
Texas Governor Rick Perry recently told a Mexican American civil rights group that he was cutting $300,000 in funding that it needs to operate a job training and employment services program for veterans.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The basement of St. Rose Church was jam-packed, and the crowd spilled out into the streets for Connecticut’s statewide Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride kick-off rally July 23.
News analysis The attempted recall of California Democratic Gov. Gray Davis has all the markings of another Republican Florida-style ballot-box coup. The situation is very fluid and volatile, but the underlying class and social forces are shaping up for a mega-battle.
Families of the 3,000 people who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack welcomed release July 24 of a House-Senate intelligence report that outlined specific warnings to the FBI and CIA of an imminent attack which they did nothing to prevent.
Mientras oficiales de la Casa Blanca excusan al presidente George W. Bush, cientos de ciudadanos estadounidense están exigiendo que hagan una investigación sobre el porqué la administración Bush se fue a la guerra contra Irak.
Dress rehearsal for the nation? AUSTIN, Texas – After three years in power, the Bush administration’s vision is coming more sharply into focus.