Barry Commoner, The Greatest Environmentalist of the 20th Century by Ralph Nader

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By Ralph Nader
The Nader Page
Oct. 9, 2012

Dr. Barry Commoner dies at 95

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Dr. Barry Commoner, equipped with a Harvard PhD in cellular biology, used his knowledge of biology, ecosystems, nuclear radiation, public communication, networking scientists, political campaigning, and community organizing to become the greatest environmentalist in the 20th century. He died on September 30 at the age of 95, deeply involved in challenging conventional dogmas in the field of the genetic engineering.

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The Gitmos: Why Vote? + Rap News 16: Obama v Romney – the Final Presidential Debate

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Oct 15, 2012 by CornFlu

Video by Marshall J. Baumgartner and Scott Hughes.
The Gitmos Great Seal artwork by Todd N. Kennedy
Tell us why or why not you plan to vote!

Why vote?
When there’s no one worth voting for
Why vote?
Every politician is a whore
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Appealing To The Corporate State Is Futile by Chris Hedges

by Chris Hedges
Featured Writer
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October 15, 2012

SSREC Tar Sands Action

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The next great battle of the Occupy movement may not take place in city parks and plazas, where the security and surveillance state is blocking protesters from setting up urban encampments. Instead it could arise in the nation’s heartland, where some ranchers, farmers and enraged citizens, often after seeing their land seized by eminent domain and their water supplies placed under mortal threat, have united with Occupiers and activists to oppose the building of the Keystone XL tar sand pipeline. They have formed an unusual coalition called Tar Sands Blockade (TSB). Continue reading

Gar Alperovitz: America Beyond Capitalism

Workers Of The World Unite!

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Oct 13, 2012 by

Talk by Gar Alperovitz author of America Beyond Capitalism: Reclaiming Our Wealth, Our Liberty, and Our Democracy recorded October 3, 2012 at Town Hall Seattle in Seattle, WA by Todd Boyle.

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