Government & Economic Development Institute

Update: Due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and the uncertainty of its continued spread in Alabama, all classes scheduled from March 16 – May 31 are cancelled in a face-to-face format. We are working hard to examine our options for rescheduling. While some classes will be able to be rescheduled later in the year, others may not be rescheduled until next year.

All participants enrolled in cancelled courses will be advised of the changes as they occur and will automatically be enrolled in the rescheduled class. We will email current registrants with more details as they are available and we hope that you are satisfied with our solution. There will be no cancellations fees for any class registration through May 31st. Please continue to be patient as we work out the details over the coming weeks and we will post all changes on the GEDI website as soon as we

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Government Against The People | The Public Sector’s Economic War against the Private Sector

Libyan rebels backed by American progressive democrats lynch a black man in Benghazi

No one should be surprised that many on the American right support military action against the regime of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Attacking countries that pose no threat to the U.S. is typically cheered by many American republicans, especially those of the neocon variety.

What’s surprising is that many on the American left support the current aggression against Libya as well—surprising because American democrats typically like to portray themselves as anti-war and anti-imperialist.

What makes the situation in Libya especially ironic is that American “progressives” of the left may, without knowing it, be supporting Libyan rebels who have committed—and may still be committing—atrocities against soldiers and civilians suspected of being aligned with the Gaddafi regime. These atrocities, by many reliable accounts, have included the lynching of black Africans.

Yes, American liberals are throwing their support behind mobs

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