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War on Women updates, Pelican Bay hunger strike, how not to burn out as a progressive activist

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie discuss War on Women updates, the Pelican Bay hunger strike, how not to burn out as a progressive activist, “Father Jamie’s” other podcast, the George Zimmerman trial, and Georgia executing a man with an IQ of 70. Citizen Radio is a member-supported show. [...]

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100+ bus assistants fired post-strike, Georgia man with IQ of 70 granted stay of execution, trust us: we’ve studied abroad

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Over 100 bus assistants fired post-strike in NYC, a Georgia man with an IQ of 70 is granted a stay of execution, Jamie brings tales of the jiu-jitsu, and Allison explains why you should all trust her: she’s studied abroad. Citizen Radio is [...]

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What the Olympics and the Springfield monorail have in common, Georgia prison hunger strike

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Allison and Jamie talk about the insane Olympics opening ceremony, and all the ways in which the Olympics has become a corporate charade funded by taxpayer dollars. Also, The Real News reports on a Georgia prison hunger strike. Special announcement: Check out Thrive Food [...]

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Jamie’s meltdown, Ghostbusters, hill people, Occupy Hong Kong

Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Jamie’s meltdown, Ghostbusters, hill people,Occupy Hong Kong, 170,000 march in Tokyo, Generation “meh”doesn’t care about climate change, Dubya is still an idiot, Sheriff Joe goes on trial, the Olympics is evil, and Georgia prepares to execute a man with an IQ of 70. HELP SUPPORT JAMIE’S BROTHER’S WRESTLING [...]

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Reporters funded by ‘Vulture Capitalist’ smear Occupy Wall Street, Karl Rove VS. Koch brothers

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. Reporters from the American Spectator, which is funded by Vulture Capitalist Paul Singer, posed as protesters in order to smear Occupy Wall Street. Also, Karl Rove VS. Koch brothers, Georgia considers using prisoners to fight fires, and the 99 percent continue to struggle [...]

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State Dept’s cozy relationship with Keystone lobbyist, #OWS confuses establishment media

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Listen to the new episode of Citizen Radio and subscribe to the free podcast. State Department’s cozy relationship with a Keystone lobbyist, Occupy Wall Street confuses establishment media, Chris Christie (surprise!) isn’t running, Georgia prepares to kill another potentially innocent man, Alabama’s new immigration law alienates Hispanic community, Michigan Republicans prepares to push another crazy [...]

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Troy Davis is still with us

Excerpt from an article I originally posted back in September: Two hours before Troy Davis was scheduled to die, the U.S. Supreme Court granted him a stay of execution. Davis is an African-American man, who was convicted of the 1989 killing of a white police officer, Mark Allen McPhail. However, since his conviction, seven of the [...]

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Help Georgia and Minnesota Democrats

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  In Georgia, a run-off is scheduled for December 2nd between State Representative Jim Martin and Senator Saxby Chambliss.  We need to raise money for the run-off campaign.  Voting started today so we need to get busy.  Victory Fund limit is $12,300.  To contribute to this race, go to http://www.actblue.com/page/senatepostseason and click on Martin.  Contributions to this race DO count against your federal [...]

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$100,000 Reward For Election Rigging Information

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Velvet Revolution (“VR”), a non-profit dedicated to clean and honest elections, today offers a $100,000 reward for hard information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person or persons who helped to rig the 2002 Senate race in Georgia in favor of Saxby Chambliss.  That election pitted the war hero Max Cleland, a popular incumbent, against far-right novice [...]

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