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Foreign infiltration of U.S. uranium industry?

10. April 2013

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By Paul Robinson Foreign infiltration of U.S. uranium industry?

Uranium Producers of America elect executive of Russian-government owned uranium company as President

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Just Married

10. April 2013

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By Eric Garcia Just Married

El Machete

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Insight New Mexico: Don Hancock

08. April 2013

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By V.B. Price Insight New Mexico: Don Hancock

This week Don Hancock, one of country's leading experts on nuclear waste, discusses the proposed transfer of high-level radioactive waste from the Hanford site in Washington state to the WIPP site in Southern New Mexico.

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Brutal and subtle violence

03. April 2013

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By V.B. Price

Vice President Biden was right when he said that the issue of violence against women transcends politics. It was Biden, himself the master politician,  however,who authored the l994 Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), and who spurred its reauthorization by Congress last month...

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The real “Van”

02. April 2013

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By Peter Katel The real “Van”

As the global capitalist system tumbled over a cliff in the late 1920s, French teenager Jean van Heijenoort took the first steps toward a two-decade career as a professional revolutionary, the crucial part of it at Leon Trotsky’s side. More than 100 years after van Heijenoort was born in 1912, capitalism is in crisis again. But people of his caliber aren’t dedicating their lives to overthrow it.

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Insight New Mexico: Richard Fox

01. April 2013

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By V.B. Price Insight New Mexico: Richard Fox

V.B. Price talks with political scientist Richard Fox on Susana Martinez' performance as Governor.

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Border workers rally

29. March 2013

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By Frontera NorteSur Border workers rally

Workers in the sister cities of Ciudad Juarez and El Paso staged demonstrations last week on both sides of the Rio Grande...

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Backtracking

28. March 2013

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By V.B. Price

The Central New Mexico Community Collage (CNM) administration must have realized that its impulsive and, as its sister publication the Daily Lobo called it, “authoritarian” censorship and closure of its student newspaper, the Chronicle, had caused them a tsunami of negative PR.  It backtracked and reversed itself in a day, returning the confiscated “Sex” edition, reopening the paper for business, and waxing on about  how student journalists had to be better trained and overseen.

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Social media: Evolving or devolving journalism?

28. March 2013

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By Jack Ehn Social media: Evolving or devolving journalism?

The orders already are issued: Every reporter henceforth will enlist Twitter, Facebook and other social media to gather and disseminate the news...

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Greed and hypocrisy: Ingredients of a foolproof recipe for violence

26. March 2013

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By Margaret Randall Greed and hypocrisy: Ingredients of a foolproof recipe for violence

Here in the United States, I would argue that the single most influential idea fueling extreme violence is greed. The profit motive. It is every bottom line.

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