Jul 22, 2010 - Issue 385
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Cover Story: Your Voice as a Veteran or Member of a Military Family - By Michael T. McPhearson
Political Cartoon: Crooks Go Free By Eric Garcia, Albuquerque NM
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Dysfunctional Politics Begets Suicidal Policies - The Color of Law By David A. Love, JD
A Hoop Dream, Politics & the Long Reach of High Tech Money - Left Margin - By Carl Bloice
Imitating One Another Imitating Master - Represent Our Resistance - By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
Domestic workers in New York win historic victory! - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Confiding in the People’s Struggle - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney
Right Tries to Block NAACP Criticism of Tea Party Racism - African American Leadership By Dr. Ron Walters, PhD
Another Example of the Black-White Divide in our Community - Inclusion - By The Reverend Irene Monroe
Political Cartoon: South Africa's Protection of Information Bill By Zapiro. South Africa
Tales From the Class War - Solidarity America - By John Funiciello
Remembering a Chicago Basketball Legend - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD
Why Tea Party Chairman Mark Williams Got Kicked Out - Between the Lines By Dr. Anthony Asadullah Samad, PhD
Art: Panther Power On Wood By Shepard Fairey, Los Angeles CA
COINTELPRO and the Omaha Two --An interview with Michael Richardson By Angola 3 News
Political Cartoon: The Fruit of Imperialism By Carlos Latuff, Brazil
Quote to Ponder: "It's so clear that you have to cherish everyone..." —Alice Walker



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