Editor’s Pick
AUGUST 25, 2011 11:46AM

Number 59

This article was originally published at Infinitesque.

At 1515 on August 22 I became a free man again; I was released from Washington, D.C. metropolitan police custody without any arraignment for my charges. About 52 hours

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DECEMBER 19, 2010 11:37AM

Using WikiLeaks ammunition in CancĂșn

A version of this article was originally posted at Infinitesque.

For much of its duration, Amy Goodman was reporting for Democracy Now! on the 2010 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 16) in Cancún, Mexico, which came to a close

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A version of this article was originally posted at Infinitesque.

Everyone wants to make headlines; Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson and many other city and area leaders want those headlines to reflect its rebirth as a sustainable community. Working to make this vision a reality,… Read full post »

This article was originally published at Infinitesque.

Towards the end of June (last week, as of this writing), I learned that Howard Zinn died this year, on January 27. Nearly four months after his death, seeking a rich presentation of history, I would start reading

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APRIL 20, 2010 10:06AM

Make us want to donate

A version of this article was originally posted at Infinitesque.

How can we get excited about donating money to support creators who specialize in information expression, such as authors, publishers, artists, musicians, bands, reporters, and newspapers? Glenn Greenwald is a writer who focuses… Read full post »

This article was originally posted at Infinitesque.

Our leaders continue to emphasize the need for continued, or—if it can be believed—increased growth in order to manage the immanent dangers that threaten not only our country, but our world. A dramatic array of these leaders… Read full post »