Jun 10, 2010 - Issue 379
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Cover Story: Israel’s Talking Points, the Media and the Cement Missile Threat - Left Margin By Carl Bloice
Political Cartoon: BP and Israel - Partners in Crime By Mark Hurwitt, Brooklyn NY
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A Campaign To Divest From Mideast Apartheid - The Color of Law By David A. Love, JD
A Pride Event Not To Be Proud Of - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe
The Obama Matrix - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney
Artur Davis Uses Post-Racial Politics in Alabama and Loses - African American Leadership By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD
Punching Holes in so-called Free Market Economics By Bill Fletcher, Jr and Stewart Acuff
Political Cartoon: I'm With Trouble By Eric Garcia, Albuquerque NM
Who Supports Public Education? - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello
Preparing for NBUF’s 31st National Convention - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD
Political Cartoon: Skunk of the World By Zapiro, South Africa
Crushing Exploitation of the European People - But For How Long? - By Garda Ghista
Art: Resist By Eric Garcia, Albuquerque NM
Quote to Ponder: "You can kill a man but you can't kill an idea." - Medgar Evers
BC Question: What should be the next step in healthcare reform?




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