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Albuquerque Activists Rally in Solidarity with Ferguson: A Photo Essay

By DAVID CORREIA

Albuquerque activists called two rallies in solidarity with Michael Brown and Ferguson, MO. The first was held last night, the day prosecutor Bob McCulloch revealed that a grand jury would not indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for the murder of Michael Brown. 267 more words

Albuquerque

Character Profile: Betty Friedan

Birth: February 4, 1921
Death: February 4, 2006

Notable works: The Feminine Mystique

Betty grew up in Illinois in Marxist and Jewish circles. In high school, after being turned down by the school newspaper, she and her friends started a literary magazine called Tide.  155 more words

Character Profiles

Insight New Mexico: V.B. Price and David Correia on the DOJ Consent Decree

By New Mexico Mercury

V.B. Price is editor and co-founder along with Benito Aragon of New Mexico Mercury. Price is the former editor of Century Magazine and New Mexico Magazine, former city editor of the New Mexico Independent, and long-time columnist for the late Albuquerque Tribune. 76 more words

New Mexico

Political Activism: Why I respect it but can't do it anymore

It’s hard to believe I was inspired to write my next-up essay, “Big Picture of Hope,” after watching the wonderful documentary, The Abolitionists… 558 more words

Hope For Healing

Liberty Unfiltered interviews Adam Kokesh

Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the new episode of Liberty Unfiltered did not air tonight (Wed 11/19/14) as regularly scheduled.

In its place, listen to Steve’s interview with Adam Kokesh.

Listen here!

Politics

Opinion Polls Are Meaningless, Votes Aren't

Over the past week since the election, I have seen a number of political blogs talking about various progressive ideas that are favored by “the majority” of the American people, and  they’ll cite various opinion polls to back that up.  629 more words

Politics