<p>We are pleased to finally announce the publication of <i>A Murder of Crows</i> #2! Itâ€™s been a year since the last issue, longer than we expected, but we think it was well worth it. The price has been bumped up a buck to $3 (ppd) from the last one, but we think youâ€™ll appreciate the expanded content and color cover. A preview of the cover art is now on our website, as is one of the issueâ€™s featured articles, â€œRepression as State Strategy.â€ Check it outâ€”we believe it is internet time well spent.
<table><tr><td><b>The Pigâ€™s Eye in the Sky</b></br>
This article appears in Modesto Anarcho #3, which viewed in secret here at <a href="http://s161.photobucket.com/albums/t209/mahub/">here</a>.</p>
â€œWe feed the spectacle poison, disguised as bird seed.â€ â€“ Surveillance Camera Players </p>
<table><tr><td>by DB<br><br>I would like to briefly respond to Steve Mastersonâ€™s recent criticism of my article â€œDarwinian Anarchism.â€ In my article, I called on anarchists to embrace a scientifically accurate theory of human nature and to incorporate this understanding of human nature into anarchist theory.
<table><tr><td>During a federal court hearing on March 2, 2007, the following sentencing dates were finalized for the eco-sabotage defendants from the District of Oregon â€œOperation Backfireâ€ cases:
Tuesday, May 15, 10AM:
Oral arguments on application of the Sentencing Guidelines â€œterrorismâ€ enhancement for all defendants (Could add up to 20 years to sentences).</td><td><img title="!" src="files/pictures/prisoner_libertad.gif"></td></tr></table><!--break-->
<table><tr><td>By Steve Masterson
<table><tr><td>Green Anarchy: An Anti-Civilization Journal of Theory and Action, is a bi-annual publication of radical (as in diggin' at the roots) thought, analysis, and practice published by an all-volunteer collective based in Oregon. Essays, articles, news, poetry, reports-back, reviews, columns, and letters offer a variety of hard-hitting ideas for your consideration.<br><br>
<table><tr><td>By Sea Weed
There is a global conflict going on right now. Even those of us in apparently open and peaceful countries are deeply involved in it. It is a war of ideology versus freedom of thought. It is a war of industrialism against nature, of the mass against the free individual. It is a war between the rich and the poor.
<table><tr><td>Fellow workers, Glasgow University IWW Job Branch and the Save Crichton Campus campaign in Glasgow are calling another phone lobby on the success of last week's event, which saw the University implement a telephone protocol for complaints about Crichton and lay on extra staff to deal with the volume of calls.