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      The Peace Exchange Bulletin

      Published by Tom Hayden, The Peace Exchange Bulletin is a reader-supported journal, critically following the Pentagon's Long War in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq, as well as the failed U.S. wars on drugs and gangs, and U.S. military responses to nationalism and poverty around the world.

      Wednesday
      Nov092011

      Mississippi Voters Deny 'Personhood' to Fertilized Egg, Could Corporations Be Next?

      With a last-minute grass roots surge, Mississippi voters rejected an initiative by anti-abortion extremists to confer "personhood" on fertilized eggs. The measure had support from both political parties in the final campaign stretch, but was defeated 58-42%. The measure was a direct challenge to the Roe v. Wade ruling of 1973.

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      Wednesday
      Nov092011

      Anti-Immigrant Tea Party Senator Loses in Arizona

      "Karma!" exclaimed Tim Carpenter, national director of Progressive Democrats, at the stunning 53-45% defeat of Maricopa County's Senator Russell Pearce, self-styled "Tea Party President" and author of the anti-immigrant SB 1070 legislation.

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      Wednesday
      Nov092011

      Environmentalists May Cause Delay of Pipeline Decision

      Updated on Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 9:53AM by Registered CommenterTom Hayden

      After major environmental demonstrations outside the White House, and revelations of internal conflicts of interest in the review process, it appears that the Obama administration may delay or revise its plans for the Keystone XL pipeline moving Canadian tar sands oil through pipelines to Texas.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Ohio Votes Against Tea Party Republican Policies, Wisconsin Recall Next

      Ohio voters rebelled at the polls 62-38% Tuesday against Republican governor John Kasich’s attack on collective bargaining rights, sending a strong message from the heartland that the Tea Party agenda may be unraveling. Next week, Wisconsin activists will launch their drive to obtain 540,000 signatures to recall Gov. Scott Walker sometime next year.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      How Wall Street May be Reformed

      According to PJRC analysis, the New York Times has published no less than 150 articles on the Occupy Wall Street movement since October 1, all of them apparently intended to be somewhere between objective and positive, at least according to the standards of the newspaper of record.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Commentary on Occupy: Robby Cohen

      Commentary on Occupy Wall Street by Robby Cohen.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Commentary on Occupy: Robert García

      Commentary on Occupy Wall Street by Robert Garcia.

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      Tuesday
      Nov082011

      Commentary on Occupy: Mike De La Rocha

      Commentary on Occupy Wall Street by Mike De La Rocha.

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      Monday
      Nov072011

      Public Strongly Supports Obama’s Iraq Pullout But U.S. Military Balks

      While a stunning majority of Americans favor President Obama’s decision to withdraw troops from Iraq by this December 31, some neo-conservatives and Pentagon factions are lobbying hard for a contingent of American troops to remain. The internal battle may continue deep into December, while Congress is out of session.

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      Monday
      Nov072011

      Thoughts on Occupy from Strong Supporters

      Two opinions on Occupy Los Angeles from Bulletin readers and supporters of the movement.

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