Sep 23, 2010 - Issue 394
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Cover Story: Israel and Obama - The African World By Bill Fletcher, Jr.
Political Cartoon - Mideast Peace Talks By Zapiro, South Africa
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Of Course Poverty Is On the Rise In Charles Dickens’ America By David A. Love, JD
Gangsters, Politicians, Cocaine and Bankers By Dr. Horace Campbell, PhD
An executive order would repeal "Don’t ask, don’t tell" By The Reverend Irene Monroe
Obama, Jobs, Poverty, Taxes & the 'Enthusiasm Gap' - Left Margin - By Carl Bloice
The Wizards Go ‘Round Again - Represent Our Resistance By Dr. Lenore J. Daniels, PhD
Historical Necrophilia of the Extreme Right Wing - Keeping it Real - By Larry Pinkney
Political Cartoon: American War Fronts By Mark Hurwitt, Brooklyn NY
Tea Partiers Support the Elite Who Have Caused Their Troubles By John Funiciello
Pan Africanism and Reparations! - Worrill’s World - By Dr. Conrad W. Worrill, PhD
The One (or Two) Dimensional Coach - National Affairs - By Lawrence R. Velvel, JD
Political Cartoon - War is Business By Carlos Latuff, Brazil
Progressive Mobilization - Washington DC on October 2 By
BC Readers Remember Ron Walters
Art: Lady Wisdom By Margaret Warfield, Atlanta GA



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David A. Love, JD
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