Dec 13

                
  • How much for that dog?

    How much for that dog?

    December 12, 2003

    Every so often, while I’m out walking my dogs, someone offers me money for my well-behaved beauties. Sometimes it’s just a playful and friendly joke – people are often inspired to say friendly words at the...

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  • World labor groups defend human rights

    World labor groups defend human rights

    December 12, 2003

    GENEVA – Trade union organizations worldwide used this year’s Human Rights Day, Dec. 10, to remind the international community that workers’ rights are human rights, but these rights are still denied to millions of workers. Abuses...

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  • Phil who? Ochs legacy continues today

    Phil who? Ochs legacy continues today

    December 12, 2003

    For those not fortunate enough to recall, Phil Ochs was one of our nation’s most profound folk singers in the period that bridged the Civil Rights, antiwar and feminist movements. His songs called for peace and...

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  • A must-see film on the great theft of 2000

    A must-see film on the great theft of 2000

    December 12, 2003

    Review Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election Directed by Joan Sekler and Richard Ray Perez L.A. Independent Media Center Film Produced by Robert Greenwald Productions 50 minutes, $14.98 Imagine being an African American pastor never arrested for...

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  • Etch A Sketch and the Wal-Mart phenomenon

    Etch A Sketch and the Wal-Mart phenomenon

    December 12, 2003

    Opinion Perhaps the most successful, imaginative toy of all time has been Etch A Sketch. It thrilled our youngsters – and their parents and other adults – some 40 years ago and it still does today....

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