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Forgetting Dr. King’s dream of justice by Bill Moyers & Michael Winship

NPR’s ombudsman asks ‘Where are the women?’

Looting Main Street by Matt Taibbi

The Fed in hot water from Talking Points Memo

The push to legalize marijuana is real from The Atlantic

New journalism centers for public media from Save the News

TSA concedes body scanners store and record images from EPIC

Mountaintop removal crackdown could mean more than offshore drilling

Everything you need to know about Obama’s new fuel-economy rules from Grist

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Haiti photo by Ansel Herz

– “Down with occupation, down with stealing NGOs, return Aristide” –

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Majority of Americans think Iran has the bomb by Allison Kilkenny

Operation New Dawn by Cindy Sheehan

Should we call the IRS attack terrorism? from The Atlantic

What are we bid for American justice? by Bill Moyers & Michael Winship

FREE SPEECH & THE PRESS

Best of 2009 journalism from True Slant

The demise of academic freedom? from Free Expression Policy Project

Why the media silence on Flight 253 hearings? from Media Channel

Attack disrupts access to College Publisher web site from SPLC

NO JUSTICE FOR DISGUSTING TORTURE LAWYERS

Probe clears Yoo for torture advice despite deleted emails by Stephen C Webster

Yoo said Bush could order civilians to be ‘massacred’ by Michael Isikoff

Justice Department’s shoddy investigation exposed from Commentary Magazine

Who asked Yoo and Bybee to write the memos? from Huffington Post

RON PAUL: REAL CONSERVATIVE POLITICS

Ron Paul wins big in CPAC 2010 straw poll by Sam Stein

WATCH- Ron Paul dominates CPAC with largest, loudest audience

Boos as Ron Paul wins CPAC straw poll from Politico

WATCH- Judging CPAC by the free swag by Rachel Maddow

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December 27, 2009 was Ashura, traditionally a day of mourning for Shia Muslims, and in several Iranian cities nonviolent protests turned into clashes between anti-riot forces and opposition demonstrators. Among many others, the nephew of opposition leader Mir-Hossein Mousavi was killed.

There are plenty of other sources for further reading, but one of the most diligent English language live-bloggers during the recent violence was Andrew Sullivan, who writes for The Atlantic. Here are some scenes.

BE WARNED: SOME OF THESE VIDEOS ARE VERY DISTURBING.

The size of the crowds

Rocks vs. guns

Freedom vs. power

Running over protesters with cop cars

Simply staggering footage

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