Author Archives: Paul Mueth

Resolution Opposing The Dakota Access Pipeline

Resolution Opposing The Dakota Access Pipeline WHEREAS, the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline would carry as many as 570,000 barrels of fracked crude oil per day for over 1,000 miles from the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota to Illinois, passing … Continue reading

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Af-Pak Escalation Not The Change We Need

THE COMPLEXITY OF THE REGION affords great cover for ongoing misrepresentation by the administration, representatives, think tanks, and the media. All spin, “simplify” and generally distort the war on terror/al-Queda as currently conducted mainly in Afghanistan/Pakistan. Unresolved colonial borders that … Continue reading

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Some Notes on the Social Forum Phenomenon

THROUGH THE MONTHS OF 2000 around Brasil and parts of Latin America, there was concerted effort to bring together parts of civil society, historically disenfranchised over decades of dictatorships and economic hegemony by the North, mainly by the Monroe (en)Doctrinated … Continue reading

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What Is SAIC Doing In UI’s Research Park?

A SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL COMPUTING (SAIC) corporate spokesperson said in the journal, Business 2.0, “We are a stealth company. We’re everywhere, but almost never seen.” Indeed, they were there when pardoned felon Admiral Poindexter began the Total Information Awareness (TIA) … Continue reading

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Independent Media and the Right to Communicate

by Paul Mueth Article 19 of the U.N. General Assembly’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) says: Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive … Continue reading

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