Shin Bet vets critique the Palestinian occupation
As contentious debates go, the dispute between Palestine and Israel is right up there near the top. Many lives have been lost and a peace accord has been elusive. It's not a discussion one would expect to be addressed between two chefs, on either side of the divide, aired over social media, but that ... More >>
Chris Fields, Congressman Keith Ellison's Republican opponent for re-election, said in an interview yesterday that Ellison isn't doing enough for black constituents. Fields also claimed Ellison is unpopular with some "prominent Democrats" who have expressed their displeasure to Fields in private b ... More >>
Keith Ellison: Sesame Street enthusiast. As if just to further speculation that Washington has lost its mind, Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison brought an Elmo doll onto the House floor today. The point, according to a statement from Ellison, was to hammer home the argument that the United ... More >>
Committee to Stop FBI Repression"Karen Sullivan," an undercover agent who spied on Twin Cities activists.The Twin Cities activists who had their homes raided by the FBI last September are starting to learn more about why they're being investigated by a Chicago grand jury in relation to material s ... More >>
popculturegeek.comThe FBI played knock-knock this morning in Minneapolis.Update: Video from the raid after the jump. The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force raided six Minneapolis homes this morning, executing search warrants related to an investigation into the material support of terrorism.FB ... More >>
The chef's favorite dishes, such as the chicken shawarma, come straight from his childhood in Palestine.
"Not just an American dream. Also an Irish dream, a European dream, African dream, Israeli dream. And also [long pause] a Palestinian dream."-- Bono at Inaugural Celebration concert on the Lincoln Memorial Sunday, during U2's performance of "Pride (In the Name of Love).""I'd like to dedicate this ... More >>
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The modestly budgeted 'Boxers' follows amateur women fighters into the ring
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A Palestinian filmmaker records the tick-tick before the bang
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'Route 181' draws the line between human trauma and resilience
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Before Plain Layne disappeared, readers knew her as a fiery online diarist, an outspoken lesbian, and a beauty straight out of a Midwestern Botticelli. Afterward, they knew her as a hoax.
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A film about the 1972 Olympic massacre makes riveting documentary of the prototypical media spectacle
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In corporations and churches, in classrooms and capital corridors, these 100 Queers have contributed to the "Good Life" in Minnesota.
It should be remembered that the first plant Saddam used to make chemical weapons was built by the American multinational Bechtel with money supplied by the U.S. Agriculture Department.