<table><tr><td>Dear Anarchist News Moderators,
I tried to find contact info for anarchistnews.org moderators but couldn't find any, so this is the only way I know of to contact someone. I'm interested in if there is even one reasonable explanation for why the piece "i. communique" was put under the "Wingnut" category.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10237/1082564-100.stm">Pittsburgh Post-Gazette</a> - by Paula Reed Ward
A jury today found David Japenga guilty of breaking the windows of three businesses in Oakland during the G-20 summit last year.
Mr. Japenga, 21, was charged with three counts of criminal mischief and one count each of possessing instruments of crime and making false identification to law enforcement.
<table><tr><td>Authoritarian-control-freakism finds its forte in popular beliefs such as ‘the climate is misbehaving’ and ‘we can', and, 'we need to' correct its errant behaviour. (which we claim, we caused in the first place).
<table><tr><td>A relatively uneventful day in court on Monday for Scott DeMuth was followed by an unexpected subpoena for former grand jury resister Carrie Feldman.
<table><tr><td>Anarchists are everywhere this August; on the 28th, We're In DC!
The DC Summer Anarchist Network is holding a day of workshops, tabling, food, fun, and more at St. Stephen’s Church in Columbia Heights. Come for the food (but not bombs) and stay for the radical politics!
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.crimethinc.com/texts/atoz/terrain.php">Crimethinc</a>
<em>Overture:</em> The More Things Change…
<p>Once, the basic building block of patriarchy was the nuclear family, and calling for its abolition was a radical demand. Now families are increasingly fragmented—yet has this fundamentally expanded women’s power or children’s autonomy?</p>
<table><tr><td>Aug. 23, 2010 (KILLEEN, TX) - Five peace activists successfully blockaded six buses carrying Fort Hood Soldiers deploying to Iraq outside Fort Hood's Clarke gate this morning at around 4 a.m. While the activists took the width of Clarke Rd. and slowed the buses to a halt, police made no arrests, but instead beat the activists out of the streets using automatic weapons and police dogs so the deploying Soldiers could proceed.