Est. April 5, 2002
Oct 25, 2012 - Issue 491
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: Who Do You Want Picking The Next Supreme Court Justices?
Presidents appoint Supreme Court justices based on various factors, not the least being pressure from within THEIR own constituencies.
Political Cartoon - Rest in Peace Candidate By Mr. Fish, Philadelphia PA
Vote Smart and then Prepare for the Next Stage
I like going to the polls and seeing my neighbors there and having them see me and wearing the little badge reading “I voted” on my lapel as I shop or enter the neighborhood bar.
Who Do You Believe? The Growing Acceptance of Deception and Deceit in Our Society
Our movement must raise the bar and set the standard by valuing truth in our own politics and conduct.
California’s Prop. 34 Will Stop the Execution of the Innocent
Given the threat of executing the innocent, California would be well served to put its death penalty system to death.
Political Cartoon - Tea Party Reflection By Mark Hurwitt, Brooklyn NY
Privatization: War on Democracy
Prepping for their delivery to the “host,” they have been vetted and groomed for the corporation that will have them!
GLAD’s Diversity Work
In 2005, the GLAD Board asked the executive director to develop a diversity plan.
Political Cartoon - Trick or Treat By Eric Garcia, Chicago IL
In Tribute To Russell Means - Whose Spirit Shall Never Die!
He tirelessly sought to raise the consciousness of the people.
In Newspaper Contract Talks, Persistence Pays Off
They took care of each other and continued to build the union and, through that, they learned well what it means to be united and a unified force in the workplace.
Political Cartoon - Women’s Vote By Chuck Siler, Carrollton TX
The United States of Disappointment - A Voters’ Guide By Larry Matthews
They are levitating in a space created by focus groups and professional campaigners.
The Adult in the Room
Our deliberative intelligence can be integrated with our soaring emotions.
Animated Political Cartoon - Undecided Flakes By Mark Fiore, San Francisco CA
Republicans Mantra-When They Win-They Win, When They Lose-They Win: Now That We Know What We’re Up Against - GET OUT THE VOTE
Suddenly he’s “angry” or “condescending,” code words for “uppity”.
Never Saw It Coming
These men have been in solitary confinement since April 17, 1972.
Political Cartoon - Hope Less By Zapiro, South Africa
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