Three Arrested at Bush Library Dedication

By Roy Appleton and Avi Selk, Dallas Morning News -

George W. Bush and Dick Cheney were arrested Thursday morning during a protest near the Southern Methodist University campus. Sort of. Three men, two wearing papier-mâché bobble-heads depicting [...]

Anti-Drone Protestors Arrested at Beale Air Force Base

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Five people were arrested around 8 a.m. this morning after dozens of anti-drone demonstrators blocked the entrance to Beale Air Force Base for hours, resulting in hundreds of vehicles being [...]

Earth Day Celebration: Announcement of Green Shadow Cabinet with Cheri Honkala, Christopher Cox and Sean Sweeney

Today we mark International Mother Earth Day with the announcement of the new alternative government in the US, the Green Shadow Cabinet. The Cabinet was appointed by the Jill Stein and Cheri [...]

Drone Warfare and Growing Resistance to it with Noor Mir and Judy Bello

This week we discuss the use of drones for surveillance and warfare around the world, but particularly in Pakistan. April is a month of actions in the US to protest the use of drones. It [...]

Over 7,000 March, Demand Return of Stolen UMWA Health Benefits

By Kay Tillow, -

The UMWA pioneered in healthcare benefits and pensions when they battled coal operators and the American Medical Association to establish the UMWA Health & Welfare Fund. John L. Lewis and the [...]

Homeland Security Kept Tabs on Occupy Protesters: Report

By Staff, -

The PCJF obtained the 252 pages of documents under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filing with the DHS, the sprawling Federal agency ostensibly created to combat terrorism after the September [...]

A Forest of Poisonous Trees: The US Criminal (In)Justice System

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

The US prison system has become an embarrassment to the nation and to the principles which the United States claims to uphold. From police treatment on the streets through the courts and into the [...]

Fast Food Workers Plan Surprise Strike

By Josh Eidelson, -

Fast food is becoming an ever-larger and more representative sector of the U.S. economy. “We should think of these jobs as the norm,” said Columbia University political scientist Dorian Warren, [...]

Greenpeace ‘Polar Bear’ Floats Past Kremlin

By Staff, -

The activist in a furry white suit stood on a white air cushion designed to look like an ice floe with signs reading "Help!" and "Arctic not for Sale" before a river patrol came out in a [...]

Towson University Students March For Unity

By Rochelle Ritchie, -

A march for unity. Towson students fed up with the alleged poor representation a white student union is painting of their school marched through campus in effort to bring peace. Rochelle [...]

Big Finance Fraud and Public Banks with Bill Black and Ellen Brown

Bill Black, associate professor of economics and law and leading investigator of financial fraud, discusses the rampant fraud and corruption in the financial system, the misguided response to the [...]