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RIP: From the Archives: Leonard Nimoy on
Society & Culture  (tags: society, politics, movies, tv, Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek, obituary, culture, americans, interesting )

Cal
- 2 days ago - cbsnews.com
He talks about what the role meant to him and his career; about competition among the show's ensemble cast; how fans kept the sci-fi series alive through syndication and beyond
In Historic Vote, the FCC Approves Aggressive Regulation of Internet Providers
Society & Culture  (tags: world, society, internet, FCC, internet providers, web, level playing field, freedom, ethics )

Darren
- 5 days ago - washingtonpost.com
The Federal Communications Commission approved strict new rules for Internet providers Thursday in a historic vote that represents the government's most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playing field.
To the United States Congress: Expand Do Not Cut, Social Security - Petition
Society & Culture  (tags: Social Security, Seniors, Elders, disabled, funding cuts, increase not decrease )

Dandelion
- 7 days ago - takeaction.ourfuture.org
This myth of impending and catastrophic insolvency is well-worn and predictable, but still dangerous. Republican majorities in Congress are emboldened and anxious to show their Koch backers that they are serious.
Wars: DeJa-Vu, Shared Sacrifice Wasn't Part Of It
Society & Culture  (tags: military, troops, war, government, americans, healthcare, healthcare, housing, ethics, violence, world, society, culture )

James
- 9 days ago - vato21stcentury.blogspot.com
Shared sacrifice must happen or we risk continuing a pattern in which our nation's wars are fought by a warrior class almost completely disconnected from the citizens they fight to protect.
The Shame of Killing Contests Mars Humankind
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, animals, 'killing contests', society, culture, ethics, law, humans, sadness, rights, activists, news, freedoms, dishonesty )

CarrieSic
- 22 days ago - abqjournal.com
The man in the photo was me and the 39 dead coyotes were the victims of a killing contest held just the weekend before Christmas. A few of the animals had been skinned, but most of the bodies were intact, except, of course, for the bullet holes.
This Transatlantic Trade Deal Is A Full Frontal Assault On Democracy - The TTIP
Society & Culture  (tags: TTIP, governments to be sued, Corporations, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partn )

Dandelion
- 26 days ago - theguardian.com
Would grant big business to sue the living daylights out of governments which try to defend their citizens. Would allow a secretive panel of corporate lawyers to overrule govts and destroy legal protections. Yet the defenders of our sovereignty say nothin
Mr. President, Please Take a Public Stand for Our Earned Benefits
Society & Culture  (tags: Social Security, earned benefits, President Obama, cuts, protect, petition )

Dandelion
- 31 days ago - advocacy.ncpssm.org
threats to my earned benefits are at an all-time high in Washington. ThatâEUR(TM)s why we need you and other elected officials in Washington to take a strong public stand for protecting the benefits that weâEUR(TM)ve paid into during our entire working lives
Louisiana Governor Wants to Amend Constitution to Block Gay Marriage
Society & Culture  (tags: gayrights )

Darren
- 36 days ago - gaystarnews.com
Another homophobe that wants to change the Constitution
Marriage Equality Comes To Florida
Society & Culture  (tags: Same Sex Marriage, Florida, Volusia County, Mosaic Unitarian Universalist Congregati, Clerk of Circuit Court Diane Matousek )

Dandelion
- 43 days ago - beacononlinenews.com
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle's Jan. 1 order that cleared the way, statewide, for same-sex couples to wed. "They've really been happy, crying," Volusia County Clerk of Circuit Court Diane Matousek, said, "It's been a historical day for us."
Cornel West on 'The Radical King'
Society & Culture  (tags: Martin Luther King Jr, MLK, The Radical King, Cornell West, Travis Smiley, interview, The American Dream, Martin Luther Kings Dream )

Dandelion
- 43 days ago - chicagotribune.com
King had a dream. Question becomes, what was that dream? It wasn't the American Dream. It was a dream that all human beings, especially poor and working people, be treated with dignity. The American Dream is individualistic. King's dream was collective.
 
 
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