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Keystone XL Theatre | Why did Obama Choose NRDC Founder John Bryson as his Commerce Secretary?

Frances Beinecke, president of NRDC, on the nomination of NRDC founder John Bryson by President Barack Obama: “As one of the founders of NRDC, John Bryson is a visionary leader in promoting a clean environment and a strong economy. He has compiled an exemplary record in public service and in business that underscores the strong

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Bolibya? Juan Carlos Zambrana Sets the Record Straight on the Destabilization Campaign Against Morales Led by U.S. Funded NGOs

Al-Jazeera, which started out as a credible news agency, has become the whore of international journalism and is as credible as the scrawlings of a demented simpleton on the walls of a football stadium. What is really happening in Syria, we shall be reporting in the forthcoming days. Meanwhile let us tell the story of

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Keystone XL | The Ivory Tower’s Crushing the Last Remnants of Climate Justice

A recent article was posted to an International Climate Justice Now! listserv written by “agent” Jamie Henn of 350.org/1Sky/Tar Sands Action. The 16 January 2012 article titled “Grassroots Strategy Is Key to Winning Keystone XL Fight” gave the impression that the mainstream green groups were a magnificent force to be dealt with due to an

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Indigenist Oil Companies?

The international Right has put on an indigenist costume, not only to draw nearer to its historical victim, but also to infiltrate indigenous organizations to the point of directing their movements.   The contribution of millions of dollars for the welfare of indigenous people is one of several manifestations that are taking place in Bolivia

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Music: Did You Miss These Albums in 2011?

We asked our readers to nominate their favorite albums released in 2011. Here, in no normative or ordinal order, are some albums you might have missed, and some you probably didn’t, nominated by an array of progressive and otherwise enlightened listeners. In some cases, hyperlinks are to the artist’s web site, in other cases, to

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