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The forces of counter-revolution amass (reacting to Occupy)

It is no secret that the forces with the most stake in the status quo, namely the business class and those currently running the state itself, can be expected to use every available tool to react to any perceived threat … Continue reading

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WFJ points out the obvious: Um, what about the constitution?

A few years ago we were arguing that the government can’t tap our phone just because it feels like it. Today we find ourselves insisting that the government cannot kill us just because it wants to. Are there really people … Continue reading

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Killing al-Anwar, killing the US constitution: merci Obama

Glenn Greenwald summarizes and says all that needs to be said. If you think it’s alright for the president to bypass any judicial process and basically kill people at will *because he wants to*, because he claims they are a … Continue reading

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