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“Warrant Withdrawal Wednesdays” Start Today at Municipal Court

Starting today, the Milwaukee Municipal Court will be holding special walk-in sessions to lift outstanding warrants on the first three Wednesdays of this month.

There are more than 100,000 outstanding municipal warrants in the City of Milwaukee, … 233 more words

African American Interests

The Bullying of US Militarism Pervades the Entire Society

 What causes bullying in the United States? In Bully Nation, Charles Derber and Yale R. Magrass show how US inequalities of power, militarism and aggressive capitalism make both personal and institutional bullying commonplace.  3,653 more words


The Biggest Strike in World History? No Thanks, We’re Focusing on the New iPhone

Not a single US newspaper found in the Nexis database—which includes most of the major papers, like the New York Times, Washington Post and… 528 more words

Media Criticism

The American Dream is Broken

The American Dream is broken.

It’s as broken as the howling winds that swirl through the gas stations, decaying and polluted before you go inside to buy a pack of cigarettes to calm your nerves in traffic and distract you from those driving behind you pressuring you to speed up when you have nowhere to go. 718 more words


Viet Con — by the inimitable Mr. Fish

Viet Con

By Mr. Fish  truthdig.com  May 24. 2016

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Military Madness

Flashback Feature: Roger Sterling's Agencies Of The Future (Mad Men, The Hollywood News, Nov 2014)

Greetings and salutations. My name is Roger Sterling and I run Sterling Cooper & Partners, a thriving advertising agency in Manhattan. We have one rule – if you can successfully cross the street after a lunch meeting then you’re the man for us (tougher than it sounds folks). 1,067 more words

Against Capitalism Chat #26

Yet another article on the decline of San Francisco as anywhere anybody who used to live there would now want to live…

I realize I’ve… 198 more words

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