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Celebrating July 4th in the Trump Years: Make it Inter-Dependence Day to Challenge the Ideology of Right Wing Ultra-Nationalism
The truth is, though, that much of what we love about America was created by ordinary citizens.
Every child killed or maimed by US-made weapons inevitably creates enemies among survivors.
“They are doing to us on the inside what they are doing to us on the outside,” he said. “They are letting poor people die or killing them for profit. Things will get worse and worse until people can’t take it anymore. These corporations won’t stop. No one in the political class will make them stop. It is up to us.”
These are hard times, man. Hard times. Thursday, 04 July 2013 09:02 By William Rivers Pitt, Truthout | Op-Ed (Image: Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) Did you hear about Jeffrey Olson? The guy from San Diego who wrote things like “No thanks, big banks” and “Shame on Bank of America” in water-soluble chalk on the sidewalk? He was looking at […]
The Preamble The Constitution and the Campaign Trail: A Weekly Update www.ACLULibertyWatch.org July 3, 2012 AMERICAN PIE While President Obama is picnicking at Camp David and Mitt Romney is busy competing in his family Olympiad, ACLU Liberty Watch is hard at work defending the Constitution. We’re sorry to report thatA an apple pie was pulled […]