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Thursday, April 10, 2008
The cynicism of the corporate media is such that even protests over human rights abuses become just so much fodder for their conservative grist mills. Sanctioned and Unsanctioned Protests of Human Rights Abuses
Monday, November 20, 2006
As Felipe Calderˇn, who many believe did not actually win the election, is set to assume the Mexican Presidency, frantic preparations are made to insure that his inauguration goes off without a hitch. In Oaxaca, meanwhile, federal police sent in to protect its citizens are doing nothing but violating women's rights. Can Peace Be the Last Refuge of a Scoundrel?
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
As the struggle for justice continues in Oaxaca, the weight of the modern military state attempts to crush it. But the calls for accountability and decency will not be silenced. This modern battle is part of an ongoing class conflict, and a racism which has endured 500 years. Class and Cleanliness in Oaxaca: The Return of the Tourist Police State?
Thursday, October 19, 2006
In a world that daily becomes harder to bear, we all find ways to cope, and denial is one of the best ways. But what about the people who report the news? Is it legitmate for them, too, to ignore, in Al Gore's words, "inconvenient truths"? The unbearable weight of being: Media and Politics as Usual in the US and Mexico
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
The violence inherent to the Right Wing shows itself again in Mexico BMD┬┤s: Babies of Mass Destruction?
Sunday, July 23, 2006
Why did George Bush jump the gun and congratulate Felipe Calderˇn when no president-elect has yet been named in Mexico? Of George and Felipe: A case of premature congratulation?