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Announcement :: Protest Activity

Fourth NorthEast(A)Network meeting, NYC, August 11-12

The Northeast Anarchist Network (NEAN) is a new network of anarchists and anti-authoritarian organizations and individuals that has been meeting and collaborating since February of 2007. The purpose of this letter is to clarify the purposes of this 4th Network Wide conference and to facilitate the broader community having influence over that process.

*Please Forward Widely, post to websites/boards and tell your comrades!*

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News :: Education

US Presidential Candidate: Free Education is Possible

As millions of college students begin preparing to enter college this fall, many have become accustom to increased tuitions year after year. Nationwide college tuitions are climbing and in some states the increase is 10 percent or more going into the fall semester. Stewart A. Alexander, a Peace and Freedom Party Candidate for President, says free education is possible through university level; a position the PFP, Peace and Freedom Party, has supported for 40 years.

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Announcement :: Environment

Brazil, Paraná: Syngenta's GMO alert!

The farm is located in the band of ecological protection of the National Park of Iguaçu. "In case that it begins again to be used as field of tests toward research with GMOS, it will demonstrate that the Swiss company really wants to make, at Paraná, what it would never make in the Swiss city of Basel, headquarters of the company" affirmed Silveira.

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News :: Crime & Police : Globalization : International Relations : Peace & War : Protest Activity

Bush Hiding Secrets of "Dictator Act" from HomeSecCom Chairman.

Captain Eric May, the Internet intelligence writer, updates his investigation into a possible summer false flag and dictatorship by Bush.

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News :: Crime & Police

U.S. Cannot Account for 190,000 Weapons in Iraq: Report

The U.S. government cannot account for 190,000 weapons issued to Iraqi security forces in 2004 and 2005, according to an investigation carried out by the Government Accountability Office.

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Commentary :: Children

Britain: Recruiting Kids to Kill

In the UK children of sixteen can be recruited, an age too young to legally drive a car, drink a pint, or have a credit card. School Students Against the War www.ssaw.co.uk/ are a vibrant, informed organisation, growing across the U.K.. and have launched a campaign in response: 'Troops Out of Our Schools - Troops Out of Iraq'.

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Commentary :: Civil & Human Rights

[btlsummary]In an Echo of Watergate...

BETWEEN THE LINES Syndicated Radio Newsmagazine --Weekly Summary

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Commentary :: International Relations

US escalates ME arms race

US military package for allied Middle East states is designed to create a de facto Sunni Arab front against Iran as the region slips deeper into crisis.

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News :: Labor & Class

A 21st-century head count

The Census Bureau prepares to conduct a decennial census like no other it has performed in its 220-year history

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News :: Miscellaneous

In tech field CIA spied a chance for growth: It funds start-ups and reaps progress

Hopelessly lagging the freewheeling high-tech entrepreneurs of the day, the nation's spy agency recognized it needed better access to cutting-edge technologies to carry out its mission of collecting, analyzing and communicating intelligence data. But rather than sending covert agents, the agency took a more direct approach: It began knocking on doors with money. And for once, the CIA made no secret of its plan.

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