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Mission creep: the militarizing of America THE PROGRESSIVEREVIEW From the March 1996 issue of the Progressive Review MILITARY PERSONEL BEING USED TO SPY ON PROTESTERS IN THE NATION'...
More on U.S. Militarization of Open Access 2008-09-17 Maximilian Forte - As if to continue a previous post here titled, “Imperializing Open Access and Militarizing Open Source: “What’s yours...
NNOMY In Solidarity with Occupy Movement December 18, 2011 NNOMY is a national network that serves to unite national, regional and local organizations that oppose the growing intrusion of t...
Pay No Attention to the Apocalypse Behind the Curtain David Swanson - Remarks in London, England, July 2, 2014 Thank you to Bruce Kent and the Movement for the Abolition of War and to Veterans For Peace ...
Religion and militarism NNOMY/Compilation - As one might suspect, the issue of cultural militarism and religion has evoked some controversial opinions from voices within dif...
Repress U, Class of 2012: 7 Steps to a Homeland Security Campus Michael Gould-Wartofsky - Campus spies. Pepper spray. SWAT teams. Twitter trackers. Biometrics. Student security consultants. Professors of homeland...
San Diego Students Give Pink Slip to High School Military Program Rick Jahnkow - Students at Mission Bay High School in San Diego are now celebrating what amounts to a very rare organizing victory: the expulsion o...
Saying No to Militarism Robert Koehler - No mail on Saturday, maybe, but small-town police get armored personnel carriers? Let's take a moment -- in the context of the...
School to Prison Pipeline: Military Influence in Schools Rebecca Perez - This segment in my series of the School to Prison Pipeline is on the influence that the military has on our school systems. During my ...
The Consensus Behind Militarism Jeff Cohen - While the U.S. media has some spirited debate over politics and social issues – i.e. Fox News vs. MSNBC – there remains a broad consens...

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