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Hedges: Get In the Damn Streets!

October 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: This was originally posted on Alyssa Röhricht’s blog, Black Cat Revolution, earlier this week. If you want some awesome work on international politics, the surveillance state, and a whole slew of other issues, head on over to Black Cat Revolution and give her some …

No Justice for Chagos

September 22, 2014 // 0 Comments

Many know of the forced displacement of the people of the Bikini Islands, who were removed from their land to make room for US Army and Navy joint testing of nuclear weapons in the 1940s. While the islanders were told that they would only have …

Major General Buchanan: Sir, you have the power to do the right thing and make sure that Bradley Manning is commended for his actions, not thrown in jail for the rest of his life. Manning exposed war crimes. Whether or not those war crimes were …

Dear Raging Chicken Press readers and supporters, Two years ago today Raging Chicken Press’s first issue hit the Internet. Back then we were publishing one online issue a month. That first issue featured: “An Open Letter to Governor Corbett,” by Wendy Lee “[Self] Pep Talk,” …

“Where you die matters.” We know the names of the children killed in Newtown, CT. We know the names of those killed in the Boston Bombing. The lives and deaths of those killed in these tragedies are important because journalists did their jobs and covered …

On Monday, the Associated Press revealed that the Department of Justice used subpoenas to obtain phone records of its editors and reporters from April and May 2012. The records were obtained due to the investigation and supposed leak to the AP last year that the …

To the Supreme Court of the United States: There is only one correct decision today, and that is a landmark ruling stating that the right to marry is a constitutional and inalienable right for all people, regardless of sexual orientation. Today, the Supreme Court will …

Soldier Suicide: What Isn’t Being Said

March 22, 2013 // 3 Comments

On March 21, 2013  at around 11 p.m., a tragedy occurred as a U.S. Marine shot and killed two co-workers at the Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia and then committed suicide. While this instance is a tragedy in itself, it marks an alarming trend among …

I wasn’t sure what to write about today. I wrestled back and forth with different topics, knowing I needed to write something but lacking the focus to really tackle any of the topics I would normally jump at.  Truth be told, I’ve been distracted. Hugely …

After a series of votes through the Maryland House and Senate, SB 276 was passed through the Maryland House of Delegates on March 15, 2013, to repeal the state’s death penalty and replace it with life without parole. It is widely accepted that Governor Martin O’Malley will also add …

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