By Anonymous (not verified), 27 February, 2013
Michael Slate

“We Are All Still Trayvon Martin and the Fight to Remove the Bull's Eye from the Backs of Black and Latino Youth”

Following the footsteps of Trayvon Martin as he walked to his death at the hands of the vigilante "wanna be" cop, George Zimmerman.

Li Onesto, journalist, Revolution newspaper, analyzes the fierce counterassault on Trayvon Martin, even months after his murder, and how the system murdered him once with a gun and re-murdered him again
by assaulting his reputation and character, presenting him as a thug.

By Anonymous (not verified), 21 April, 2011
Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky answers questions from Ken Loach, Paul Laverty, Alice Walker, Chris Hedges, John Berger and Amira Hass. interview with Frank Barat. March 20, 2011.

Mp3 prepared compressed and adapted for radio by Radio Chomsky, New Zealand -- Please appreciate the work by donating for a non-profit, political-educational and lectures FM radio station - visit http://www.radiochomsky.org

By Anonymous (not verified), 3 September, 2009
Free Press

In response to ColorofChange.org's call for advertisers to stop airing commercials on the Glenn Beck Show after Beck's racist remarks, 57 companies have pulled their ads. And an appeals court threw out the FCC's ruling that cable companies couldn't own more than 30 percent of a market. But that doesn't mean that the agency gets to ignore the issue of capping cable ownership.

By Anonymous (not verified), 16 July, 2009
Free Press

Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) told FCC nominees Mignon Clyburn and Meredith Attwell Baker that the FCC was broken and he expects them to fix it. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) asked Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor about the Internet and the First Amendment. And the mainstream media's racist and sexist coverage of Sotomayor's nomination has Mary Alice Crim of Free Press angry and ready to take action.