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Make Out Not War! Recruiting Station Kiss-In press from across the country

Berkeley Marine Recruiting Station Actions
CNN, NY Times and more
February 12th, 2008

CODEPINK's "Most Wanted" Campaign Targets Posada Carriles in Miami
Miami Herald and others
January 12th, 2008

CODEPINK Demands the US to Close Guantanamo & Stop the Torture
CBS 4
January 11th, 2008

Rose Colored Clashes
Washington City Paper
January 9th, 2008

CODEPINK at the Rose Parade
January 2nd, 2008

CODEPINK: Upping the Protest Ante
by By Anna Palmer and Elizabeth BrothertonRoll Call
December 4th, 2007

CODEPINK in Pakistan
Press Coverage from Pakistan and USA
December 2nd, 2007

CODEPINK Local Group News
Post Tribune
November 25th, 2007

Primary colour
The Economist
November 22nd, 2007

CODEPINK Interrupts Hillary in Los Angeles
3 articles, including video
November 17th, 2007

Alleged link between Arar and al-Qaida ‘shocks’ U.S. court
CanWest News Service
November 15th, 2007

House Approves Bill Linking War Funds, Troop Withdrawals
Washington Post
November 14th, 2007

Code Pink co-founder, author touts passion Crusader Diane Wilson brings environmental message to town
Durango Herald
November 13th, 2007

Smearing Code Pink
by Marie CoccoWashington Post Writers Group
November 6th, 2007

Senate committee approves Mukasey, CODEPINK protests the decision
3 articles
November 6th, 2007

Some war protestors jailed; others set free
The Politico
November 6th, 2007

The Telegraph's Top 100 US Liberals/Conservatives
The Telegraph , UK
November 5th, 2007

Bush on CODEPINK!
5 related articles
November 1st, 2007
During a talk at the Heritage Foundation George Bush said "some in Washington should spend more time responding to the warnings of terrorists like Osama bin Laden and the requests of our commanders on the ground and less time responding to the demands of MoveOn.org bloggers and Code Pink protesters."

FCC Hearings- more Green lights for the Privatization of our Airwaves
2 related articles
October 31st, 2007
The nation's media regulator wants to relax limits on ownership of radio, television and newspaper outlets, but the Republican-led Federal Communications Commission was greeted yesterday by a gale of testimony overwhelmingly opposed to the idea.

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