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Letter to George W. Bush on September 11 By Garcia Marquez

How does it feel? How does it feel now that horror is erupting in your own yard and not in your neighbour’s living room? What is it like to feel the fear pressing down on your chest, the panic caused by the deafening noise, to see the flames burning out of control, the buildings collapsing, […]

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After FBI Raids And Assassination Orders, How Will They Sell Us Unity?

On September 24, a series of raids were conducted on the homes of six anti-war activists by the FBI in Chicago and Minneapolis. Activists all over the country denounced the raids as a return to the misuse of the FBI as a tool to intimidate people who will not go along with the goals of […]

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Wells Fargo Finances Drug Traffickers: Reparations Now

Check out the entire El Pueblo issue 20,000 copies strong, or just read the editorial here.    A June 28th report in Bloomberg news confirmed that some of the US largest banks have been helping to finance drug cartels in Mexico and border states.  Bloomberg states:   “Wachovia, it turns out, had made a habit of […]

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Debate On DREAM Act

Debate: Is DREAM Act a Solution for Millions of Undocumented Youth or a Funnel for Military Recruitment? The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act—DREAM—would allow undocumented young people a chance at citizenship provided they attend college for at least two years or enlist in the military. It’s been described as a dream come […]

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Avatar – A Hollywood Film Comes Close To Portraying Colonialism

It’s almost impossible for me to view a film without analyzing its message and implications. This usually makes my family ecstatic It is especially difficult to hold back when the theme of the movie has to do with socio-political reality or history. I barely saw Avatar last night…spoiler alert. Avatar was well received in the […]

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Afghanistan: The Quagmire

I was watching Fareed’s GPS this morning and the topic was Afghanistan. Diane Feinstein and some senior Republican were guests, and nobody could give a very precise answer for several minutes on the following simple question: “when will the US consider itself successful in Afghanistan?” Asked another way, “what is the mission in Afghanistan?” Both […]

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The Military Provision of DREAM: My Personal Take, My Family’s Experience

Herminia Balli De Chavana (Mama Mine) and Rogerio Chavana (Papa Roger) I have to admit that I got a little emotional last night discussing the DREAM Act on my other post.  I think many people have the impression that because I have had the benefit of some material privilege, that my arguments are somewhat based […]

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US Government: We Have No Choice But To Trust BP

Admiral Thad Allen is the US government’s top guy overseeing BP’s oil spill in the gulf. He was recently interviewed by CNN’s Candy Crowley. Even top Democrats, like James Carville, have railed against the Obama administrations response, lampooning the administration for thinking that “they are actually partners” with BP and for thinking that BP actually […]

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Obama Repeats Iraqi Invasion Myth To West Point Graduates: Civil Rights Will Be Forgotten

During his speech to West Point graduates today, Obama repeated the myth that the pretext for invading Iraq was America’s War of Terror.  I knew soon after the Bush administration slyly shifted the war’s rationale from the search for Weapons of Mass Destruction to an extension of Afghanistan, that the administration would eventually be successful in […]

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Chicago: Let’s Militarize Our Streets To Control Our Youth

A few months ago, a video showing a young black man being beaten to death with plywood in a group fight made national headlines.  Several more Chicago youth-related homicides have made national news.  Some “representatives” are now proposing that the military or the national guard be brought in to the neighborhoods. What has a society […]

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