Posts Tagged ‘prison’

Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! (DN!) interviews Mumia Abu-Jamal from Death Row a week after his plea for a new trial was rejected. (more…)

Infoshop: For millions of people, both in America and abroad, the inauguration of a Black person as President of the United States was a moment of transcendent history, one of meaning and significance that suggests real change in a nation that has long labored under its racist history. (more…)

Amnesty Int’l calls for Obama administration to abide a court ruling in providing more public information on ‘the other Guantanamo’. (more…)

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, gave the keynote address at this weekend’s New Hampshire Liberty Forum on the “against me” argument for liberty. Molyneux’s article on this subject–in late ’06–discussed ‘the gun’ further in early ’07 and repeated it later that year in response to libertarian hypocrisy. (more…)

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, on how violence borgs voluntaryism and false concepts obscuring real violence. (more…)

HRW report, “Decades of Disparity” [.pdf], containing national data on 1980-2007 cases show huge disparities. (more…)

Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, on the prosecution of state crimes, in particular 9/11. (more…)

A US detention center in Afghanistan receives a large boost in funding shortly after the president signs an order to shut down Gitmo — Bagram Air Base a.k.a. “The Other Guantanamo”. (more…)