By Dr. Saleh Al-Naami The Israeli, Cypriot, Greek summit held in Cyprus’s capital city, Nicosia, is another example of how Tel Aviv’s predictions regarding its gas discoveries on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea were realized. Tel Aviv had predicted that its huge gas discoveries in what it claims to be its “economic waters” would […]
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Reviewed by Ludwig Watzal (Ghada Ageel, ed., Apartheid in Palestine. Hard Laws and Harder Experiences, University of Alberta Press, Edmonton 2016.) Apartheid in Palestine” is a valuable guidance in the struggle for justice in Palestine. Ghada Ageel gathered activists, indigenous Palestinians and scholars, which do not represent the worn-out media views that the public is tired of […]
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Teresa Younger has launched a 52,000-mile “listening tour” and has made appearances around the country, like one held Thursday in Santa Fe.
To the surprise of no one, members of the elite families that have dominated politics and economics in Juárez and the state of Chihuahua for the better part of a century are entering the upcoming mayoral race, but this round they are joined by an array of disaffected insiders along with a sprinkling of outsiders.
The decisions that close public meetings and secret public records must be made impartially and according to the spirit of the law, not by politicians and public servants with conflicting interests.
Guest Commentary Several days ago, the trap net trawler ‘Sandy’ sank in Ludington near the Pere Marquette retaining wall by the Washington Avenue Bridge. The trawler is not owned by the tribe, but it is owned by one person who is a tribal member. The fisherman is only licensed to fish by the tribe. These […]
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Lawmakers have held a series of private committee and subcommittee meetings over the last two weeks to discuss how to allocate more than $6 billion in state money, without the public scrutiny that comes with most committee hearings.
“Had they done the minimum allowable under the law, which would have been to continue the phosphate dosing — which in Detroit water, it would’ve cost $80 to $100 a day.”
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