By Anonymous (not verified), 31 August, 2012
WSQT Direct Action Radio 90.5 FM in DC


Pirate Radio Song
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Palestine Today for August 31
War Update:Another "insider attack" kills 3 Australian troops
Ralph McTell: "Pick up a gun" counter-recruiting song
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Yuppie windows and cars smashed in solidarity with grand jury resistors
Wells Fargo attacked in solidarity with grand jury resistors
RNC:Scott Walker appearance disrupted by banner drop
RNC: Tampa NEws report on anarchist march and voter suppression protest
RNC: Speeches about voter ID/voter suppression from the voter suppression protest

By Anonymous (not verified), 29 August, 2012
WSQT Direct Action Video 90.5 FM in DC

As Hurricane Isaac bypassed Tampa to pound on Louisiana, the RepubliKKKan Party got an ugly reminder of George W Bush's disasterous response to Hurricane Katrina 7 years ago. Since the GOP can't win elections by fair means after things like Katrina, the Iraq War, and gutting social programs, they have favored voter suppression tactics for years.

By Anonymous (not verified), 11 September, 2008
Free Press

Journalists covering the Republican National Convention were held at gunpoint during pre-emptive “security” raids, swept up in mass arrests with protesters, detained for several hours to several days, had their equipment confiscated, and were roughed up by police. Now journalists and citizens of St. Paul are demanding all charges be dropped.

By Anonymous (not verified), 1 September, 2008
Skidmark Bob


Audio of video Two Incidents (Watch Live at Uptake.org
1 - Uptake reporter covers march that comes under fire by gasbombs when trying to cross street

2 - At Park Uptake journalist and others forced to sit down with hands on head while arrests are made journalists allowed to leave others peppersprayed and arrested.

By Anonymous (not verified), 26 August, 2008
Andrew Ó Baoill

We start by looking forward to the conventions, including a discussion of the platform they provide for activism. Then onto recent local activism: a protest about inadequate wage increases at the U of Illinois, and a rally on energy policy. We spend an extended period discussing energy policy and public transit. We close by talking about the reputed agreement between the Iraqi and US governments on a timetable for withdrawal.