United for Peace of Pierce County
Interesting people. Informative conversations. Created by cable. Offered as a public service.
Cambridge Energy Research Associates
An establishment site, founded by Daniel Yergin, author of
(1990), the standard history of the global oil industry.
Critiques and analyzes coverage of the 2004 campaign. Maintained by the
Columbia Journalism Review
Campaign Finance in American Politics
A door key to inside politics, listing individual contributors by zip code and campaign cycle.
The Cat's Dream
An independent, progressive production company using art and knowledge for political and social changes, not as shadows of power.
Center for American Progress
Progressive ideas for a strong, just, and free America.
Center for Cooperative Research
Connects events and enhances research efficiency through an open-content model of public documentation (timelines on 9/11, Iraq war, etc.).
Center for Economic and Social Rights
Promoting social justice through human rights since 1993; based in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Center for Public Integrity
Investigative journalism in the public interest.
Noam Chomsky's official web site.
Christian Allegiance and the Future of America (video)
Rev. Rich Lang of Seattle in a four-part talk on Christian fascism in the U.S.
Christian Peacemaker Teams
An organized, nonviolent alternative to war and other forms of lethal inter-group conflict.
A women-initiated, creative, nonviolent, and grassroots peace and social justice movement.
A coffeehouse near the gates of Fort Lewis with resources for service members, their families, and veterans.
Common Dreams News Center
Breaking news and views for the progressive community.
database is usually updated daily by 11 a.m.
An expert panel co-chaired by scholar David Ray Griffin and medical librarian Elizabeth Woodworth used the Delphi method to determine best evidence for consensus points challenging the official government account of the events of September 11, 2001.
Contacting the Congress
An easy-to-use database of contact information for the 108th Congress.
Tracks "military contractors," who are increasingly important as state activities are privatized.
Council for a Livable World
A nonprofit nonpartisan DC-based group advocating "sensible national security policies" and ways to reduce the danger from nuclear weapons; Gary Hart is chair.
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