Archive | July, 2008

18 July 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Residency Not Determined by Undocumented Status

The Idaho Supreme Court ruled today that an undocumented immigrant who was injured in Ada County was entitled to medical assistance from that county regardless of his immigration status, stating that “the concept of residency does not distinguish between citizens and those who have entered this country illegally.” The ruling reversed a board opinion and […]

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17 July 2008 ~ 0 Comments

The Sexist Politics of Online Censorship

Youtube has a strict policy of banning boobs or nipple show (unless we are talking educational material like self-examination – Actually on that note I am even going to defend the educational value of love scenes but not here). Getting to the point, someone please explain to me why showing L-O-V-E scenes with boobs (or […]

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16 July 2008 ~ 0 Comments

83% Blame Government for 'Illegal Immigration' not Immigrants

In a new poll by Rasmussen Reports, 32% of likely voters polled expressed anger over “illegal immigration” whereas 39% said it was just another one of the issues. However, only 12% of people blamed immigrants for coming here–an overwhelming 83% held the federal government responsible for inaction and being lobbied by ‘special interest groups.’ It […]

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16 July 2008 ~ 0 Comments

Ontology, Space and Radical Politics

The Spaces of Democracy and the Democracy of Space Research Network invites you to: Ontology, Space & Radical Politics, 4-5 August 2008 August 4th: Radical Politics Today, Community Forum Long Beach Public Library, 101 Pacific Avenue, Civic Center Plaza, Long Beach, 90822, 6-8pm Panelists: Gilda Haas | Strategic Action for a Just Economy, Los Angeles; […]

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14 July 2008 ~ 4 Comments

"Mann Tu Talbat" – Language and Meaning – TRANSLATION

Alright, so I am trying to understand this song called “Mann Tu Talbat” which is in Hindi, English and Arabic. I am having trouble with the Arabic part. Some say “Mann tu Talbat” means “I want you” whereas others say it denotes a double meaning or confusion like “I want you but I don’t want […]

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