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Comment spam attack

The Baltimore IMC has been subject to a sustained, but futile comment spam attack.

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Commentary :: Activism

The Anti-War Movement Sourced the Democrats’ Victory!

The Democratic Party, read “The War Lite” Party, is basking in the glow of victory today. It has regained control of the House of Representatives, and the U.S. Senate for the first time in 12-years. The two issues that it won on-The Iraqi War and the whacky persona of President George W. Bush-had little or nothing to do with the Democratic Party. Those two matters were actually sourced by activists in the Anti-Iraqi War Movement!

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Commentary :: Elections & Legislation : Right Wing : U.S. Government : War in Iraq

2006 Elections Augur Change, Expel Donald Rumsfeld

The 2006 election Democratic victory was fueled by a rejection of the war in Iraq and Republican corruption. It offers citizens an opportunity to bolster this breeze of change.

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News :: Elections & Legislation

Nov. 7 Elections: Time to Vote

This country and in fact the world is desperate for some checks and balances of this runaway Bush Administration. Voting is the best first step.

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Commentary :: Elections & Legislation : U.S. Government : War in Iraq

Nov. 7 Elections May Bring Change

The Nov. 7, 2006 elections are gearing up to bring the Democrats into control of the U.S. House of Representatives and possibly the Senate, as voters look to embrace change.

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Commentary :: Baltimore MD : Civil & Human Rights : Crime & Police : Media

Indypendent Reader, Fall 2006

Baltimore Indymedia's and campbaltimore artist collective's collaboration, the "Indypendent Reader" is now available online. This "Indypendent" (Issue 2, Fall 2006) focuses on the prison system and the experience of prisoners and their families in Baltimore and Maryland.

* Eddie Conway: Political Prisoner. By R.B. Jones
* Women in Prison. By Natalie Sokoloff
* Children of Prisoners. By Howard Ehrlich
* From Death Row: John Booth-el and Vernon Evans
* Community Organizing in Caracas. By Cira Pascual-Marquina
* 2006 Public Housing Resident's Summit. By David Sloan
* Timeline on Maryland's Prison System: 1804-2005

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Commentary :: Elections & Legislation

Green’s Ed Boyd Challenges Duopoly in Maryland

It was business as usual for the ruling Duopoly-the Democrat/Republic Parties-on Oct. 14, 2006. Instead of have a three-way debate for governor of Maryland, Maryland Public Television, (MPT), excluded the Green Party’s Ed Boyd. Mr. Boyd said: “This sad situation is the best democracy that ‘money can buy.’ All the folks on the ballot aren’t being heard.” It makes me wonder: What does the word “public” in Maryland Public Television really stand for?

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Review :: Activism : Baltimore MD : Culture

American Poet Philip Levine: A Reading in Baltimore in Oct. 2006

American poet Philip Levine, who has written about the lives of working men and women and the struggle for social justice in America in countless books of poetry, read at Johns Hopkins University on Oct. 12, 2006. The reading was free and open to the public. Levine was an inspiring, funny, powerful, and fierce force, reading mostly new work as a poet in his mid-70s.


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