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Gender Justice

IMF Secures Windfall Gold Sales Profits for Concessional Lending to Low-Income Nations


Declaring Syria Regime Illegitimate Sends Strong Human Rights Message and Exposes Lenders

Over the last year, a religious antipoverty organization has met with U.S. Treasury and White House officials to encourage them to declare the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad an illegitimate government. This action would impose restrictions on lending to Syria that supports its military or the needs of the Assad regime. When governments or financial institutions make this declaration it lets lenders know that if they lend to Syria they may not receive a return on their investment. Types of lending and financing that could be affected are arms contracts with Russia and oil investment from Iran.


Abortion Bill Nears Vote in Texas Senate

July 11, 2013 - The Texas Senate is nearing a vote on abortion restriction bill SB 2. Proponents and opponents of the bill gathered at the Texas Capitol to view the Senate proceedings.

Texas Capitol

Today in Austin... audio from the overflow room of the senate debate on HB 2- Sneak Peek of tonight's show!

 On tonight's show... audio from the frontlines of the Women's Clinic of Houston clinic defense. Also, Katie Heim's testimony "If My Vagina was a Gun". And, this piece...


Audio from earlier today at the senate hearing on HB2/SB5/I can't keep track it's had like 5 titles


Don't miss it!

Sneak Peek! Tonight's (7-5) Houston Indy Media Show

 Testimonials from Tuesday's hearing... houston indy media traveled to austin earlier this week to protest sb5, now reintroduced to legislature as hb2. here are some testimonials that the house committee on state affairs heard on tuesday.... at one point, a woman giving her testimony says "excuse me" to 'mr. chairman' byron cook a few times because he was rudely talking during her testimony....

Anti-Choice Texas SB5 Defeated, New Special Session Called by Perry

Texas SB5 was defeated on the morning of June 26, 2013. A 13 hour filibuster by State Senator Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) prevented a vote on the bill. Hundreds of opponents of the bill gathered at the Capitol to show their support of reproductive rights. Governor Rick Perry announced a new special session will begin on July 1.

Photo by Ann Harkness

4th anniversary of the murder of Dr. Tiller- Sneak Peek of tonight's show

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The Next 50 Presidents

We have a great nation, a great history, and ever evolving culture and society, and we inspire many to seek freer lives for themselves, their loved ones, their communities and their countrymen.  We aren't perfect, but our constitution allows us to evolve with the times, and the forefathers of our great nation saw that we would need flexibility in order to adapt to the world as its revolutions around the sun brought something new each day.  They saw this, and were people ahead of their time by doing so and keeping one foot oriented towards what was coming next always.

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The Interface Of The Mormon Church And Electoral Politics



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