• BRACK:  An open letter to racists

    By Andy Brack, editor and publisher   |  Dear racists, You may think you’re winning the battle with a killing here or a hate rally there, but you’re losing the war.  Americans are getting increasingly sick, tired and repelled by your vitriolic, creepy, abhorrent prejudices.  Your days are as numbered as the president you glorify

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  • We Need A Government Funded Public Works Program to Create Jobs

    By Mark Friedman Strikes by workers at fruit packing plants in Washington state, nurses unions nation-wide, Amazon workers internationally and independent truckers protesting in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., show the way forward for working people. These are examples of what we can do to stand up to the companies and their<

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  • Random Letters: 5-28-20

    Coronavirus Pandemic

    Like a devil out of the dark It has wreaked havoc It has left its mark   Its virus has no goal It attacks the unsuspecting Taking a tremendous toll   A toll of millions of people regardless of their worth Striking with swift consistency Throughout the entire ear

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  • 100,000 Dead — A War We Don’t Seem to Be Winning

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher Just this week, the U.S. death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic passed 100,000. It seems like such a long time ago that candidate Donald Trump kept saying, “We are going to Make America Great Again,” and that “We are going to win so much that you’ll get tired of

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  • Clean Air Regulations 2021

    By Peter Warren, Indivisible San Pedro I am writing to tell the community about the at-berth regulation for ocean-going vessels proposed for implementation in January 2021. I am speaking on behalf of Indivisible San Pedro and its more than 300 members, all residents and California voters. The members

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  • Amy Klobuchar, Minneapolis Police and Her VP Quest

    https://youtu.be/ZWzkgKPZWcw By Norman Solomon Eighteen years before Minneapolis police killed an unarmed black man named George Floyd on Monday, Minneapolis police killed an unarmed black man named Christopher Burns. Today, U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar decries the killing o

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  • Class War — Not the Media Hokey Pokey — Is What It’s All About

    By Norman Solomon

    Journalists aren’t supposed to “bury the lead.” But when death is the topic and corporate power is the culprit, the connection routinely goes unmentioned.

    Class war -- waged methodically from the top down -- is so constant and perv

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  • Behind the anti-shutdown protests: protecting Wall Street and corporate profits

    Photo: Lorie Shaull Protests against state lock downs to stop the spread of COVID-19 are occurring from Washington and Idaho to Michigan and Pennsylvania. T

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  • Random Letters: 5-14-20

    Making Connections As of March, [as always], I find your newsletter more and more interesting; especially concerning the coronavirus. Its very coincidental that March 9 [full moon], March 13 [Friday the 13th], are parallel with the 2020 census and the presidential election. [The] World Health Organization seems to have convinced u

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  • Trumpdemic

    Build a wall to protect the truth

    By James Preston Allen, Publisher I’ve been thinking lately that perhaps America should build a wall like Donald J. Trump suggests, just not where he envisions it or for the reason he proposes. He can even have his signature brand on it to remind Am

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