video here Activist Post documents and asks the question if enough Americans are prepared to state “emperor has no clothes” facts to impeach a US president in an important step to recognize and end US Wars of Aggression. Importantly, war law prohibits the use of force, or armed attack by a nation’s military. The US […]
CENSORED IN 1978: AMERICA’S SECRET POLICE NETWORK J. Edgar Hoover knew that power lies between the manila covers of a personal dossier and he used that knowledge to build and maintain his empire for almost half a century. The FBI, the CIA and virtually every other agency given the authority to spy to defend us […]
The issue I am about to attempt to analyze is pressing and I call for all of you who wish to protect public education to please contact Yvette Felarca, firstname.lastname@example.org, National coordinator of the By Any Means Necessary coalition at www.bamn.com, (510) 502-9072 to oppose the privatization of Berkeley public schools and to resist the first step towards implementing this plan for privatization by the REALM charter school, scheduled to be approved on February 3, 2010 at the Berkeley Unified School District Meeting.
The REALM charter school, of which I write and that which is the subject of the Berkeley Unified School District’s upcoming decision, will be either approved or disapproved at the February 3, 2010 Berkeley School Board meeting. This is an important opportunity for you, the citizens of Berkeley and beyond, to register your protestations over what, if approved, will steer the course towards the privatization of Berkeley public schools. You can contact school board members and the Mayor of Berkeley by e-mail or phone:
Karen Hemphill, President (2010)
Beatriz Leyva-Cutler, Vice President (2012)
Nancy Riddle, Director (2010)
John T. Selawsky, Director (2012)
Shirley Issel, Director (2010)
Valeria Gonzalez Student Director (2009–10)
Contact Information for the BUSD Board of Directors:
Individual email addresses above or
email@example.com will send your message to all of the Board.
When the 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti a little over a week ago, a lot more than buildings and infrastructure collapsed. While the presidential palace crumbled, so did the state infrastructure. In a country as desperately poor as Haiti, and with such revolutionary traditions, first and foremost in importance in this state infrastructure are the forces […]
Stories from the last two months of British news.
No other nation has been more concerned about the segmentation of governmental power than the United States. The Founding Fathers fractured it in innumerable ways. They asserted that all power derives from the consent of the governed, the federal and state constitutions act as distribution grids —apportioning authority between the federal government and the fifty […]
In what was a important verdict, Rwandan Colonel was convicted for organizing the deaths of over 500,000 people in 1994. Huffington ARUSHA, Tanzania — A former Rwandan Army colonel behind the 1994 slaughter of more than 500,000 people was convicted of genocide Thursday and sentenced to life in prison, the most significant verdict of a […]