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McChrystal Paints Bleak Picture of Afghanistan War

President Obama’s pick to lead war effort said time on the ground is critical to provide specific answers on key issues.
Jul 31, 2020

McChrystal Paints Bleak Picture of Afghanistan War

McChrystal Paints Bleak Picture of Afghanistan War

President Obama’s pick to lead war effort said time on the ground is critical to provide specific answers on key issues.
President Obama’s pick to lead war effort said time on the ground is critical to provide specific answers on key issues.
Jul 31, 2020

New Mexico Occupy protestors fight the law by trying to win them over

New Mexico Occupy protestors fight the law by trying to win them over

Before protestors were placed under arrest and escorted by police through the University of New Mexico, they shouted to their future apprehenders “Cops are the 99 percent!” More than a glib rhetorical device aimed at making their voices heard, the (Un)occupy activists were unwittingly or not using a tactical device employed by previous successful protest movements.
Before protestors were placed under arrest and escorted by police through the University of New Mexico, they shouted to their future apprehenders “Cops are the 99 percent!” More than a glib rhetorical device aimed at making their voices heard, the (Un)occupy activists were unwittingly or not using a tactical device employed by previous successful protest movements.
Jul 31, 2020

Pew ad appeals to Obama to extend Grand Canyon mining ban

Pew ad appeals to Obama to extend Grand Canyon mining ban

A new ad from the Pew Environment Group taglined “Don’t Undermine the Grand Canyon” calls on President Barack Obama to extend a one-million-acre mining ban around Grand Canyon National Park for the next 20 years. Robert Redford Running this week in the New York Times (pdf) , the ad is signed by actors Robert Redford and Ed Norton, filmmaker Ken Burns, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Theodore Roosevelt IV, direct descendant of the president who helped found the national park system A moratorium on mining within a million acres of the iconic Grand Canyon was imposed by current Interior Secretary and former Colorado Sen.
A new ad from the Pew Environment Group taglined “Don’t Undermine the Grand Canyon” calls on President Barack Obama to extend a one-million-acre mining ban around Grand Canyon National Park for the next 20 years. Robert Redford Running this week in the New York Times (pdf) , the ad is signed by actors Robert Redford and Ed Norton, filmmaker Ken Burns, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Theodore Roosevelt IV, direct descendant of the president who helped found the national park system A moratorium on mining within a million acres of the iconic Grand Canyon was imposed by current Interior Secretary and former Colorado Sen.
Jul 31, 2020
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