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John Johnson’s Art on Display Through August 21

Posted on 16 August 2014

The John Johnson exhibit Runs through Aug. 21 at UnUrban Coffee House, 3301 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica. Call (310) 315-0056 or visit unurban.com. Read More: http://argonautnews.com/a-journalists-secret-passion/ Continue Reading

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Calendar

August 2014 Calendar

Posted on 16 August 2014

*Partial Calendar for August 2014 Since we are posting this late…   John Johnson’s Art Exhibit Runs through Aug. 21 at UnUrban Coffee House, 3301 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica. Call (310) 315-0056 or visit unurban.com. Read More: http://argonautnews.com/a-journalists-secret-passion/   Sunday, August 17 3:00 PM, “Sir! No Sir!” film screening and Q&A with director David Zeiger about GI Resistance during […] Continue Reading

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John Johnson

My brother, John Johnson

Posted on 16 August 2014

by Linda Johnson Hoffman My brother, John Johnson, was an icon of the ‘60s. That decade personified his life and it was where he felt most comfortable. Growing up in North Hollywood with our parents and our older brother, Eric, my brothers and I all attended the same elementary, junior and senior high schools. Johnny always […] Continue Reading

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John Johnson, Paul Krehbiel

John Johnson Remembered

Posted on 16 August 2014

By Paul Krehbiel John Johnson, publisher and editor of Change-Links newspaper, passed away April 13, 2014 while preparing the May issue of a newspaper loved and relied upon by thousands of progressive political activists in Los Angeles and southern California. He would have turned 70 on July 4, 2014. John was in his 21st year with […] Continue Reading

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Calendar, Editorial, Events

March 4, 2014: PDF Version of Calendar

Posted on 04 March 2014

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Editorial

Governmental Bureaucracy

Posted on 04 March 2014

Governmental Bureaucracy   By John Johnson   I got bogged down in it the last couple of months.  I accidental deposited funds for Change Links into a personal account.  In about a  week my Social Security was cut way down,  my food money, saying I had too much money in my bank account.  They are […] Continue Reading

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Banks, Democracy, News, Peace and War, People, Politics

The Overshelmed Peace Movement

Posted on 04 March 2014

Inevitability? The Overwhelmed Peace Movement by WINSLOW MYERS There was a major story in Time magazine this week that military personnel were cheating on competency tests relating to the command and control of American nuclear missiles. This was one more confirmation of what we already know in our hearts but prefer not to examine too […] Continue Reading

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Banking Reform, Big Business, Calendar, Democracy, Economy, Events, Film & Documentaries, Films, Free Speech, Human Rights, Independent Media, Los Angeles, News, Peace and War, People, Politics, United States, Wall Street

March 2014 Calendar

Posted on 04 March 2014

Pussy Riot Being Followed by the Moscow Police Change Links March 2014 Calendar Volunteer: Change-Links Change-Links needs a VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR to assist John in bringing together people to determine the necessary resources for continuing CL with the permanent, reliable status it enjoyed for over 20 years. The VC and all other positions are unpaid due […] Continue Reading

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Poverty

50 Years Later, A New Hunger for National Anti-Poverty Agenda

Posted on 02 February 2014

Despite right-wing rhetoric, over 80 percent of Americans support renewed ‘War on Poverty’ policies by Lauren McCauley, staff writer — Published 2014-01-08 by Common Dreams As Wednesday marked fifty years since President Lyndon B. Johnson declared the need for an “unconditional war on poverty in America,” a growing number of Americans are calling for a […] Continue Reading

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Banking Reform, Big Business, Bill Quigley, Human Rights

Ten Examples of Welfare for the Rich and Corporations

Posted on 02 February 2014

by Bill Quigley Here are the top ten examples of corporate welfare and welfare for the rich. There are actually thousands of tax breaks and subsidies for the rich and corporations provided by federal, state and local governments but these ten will give a taste. One. State and Local Subsidies to Corporations. An excellent New […] Continue Reading

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