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Archive for March, 2011

14 Min Documentary on the GA Guidestones

Posted by invizweb on March 5, 2011

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Remembering the Chinatown Fair…

Posted by invizweb on March 5, 2011

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Chinatown Fair,a local institution in New York City and Chinatown landmark closed on Saturday late night. This video game arcade was also known as Tic Tac Toe x Chicken, due to the previous attraction of playing a game of Tic Tac Toe against a live chicken in a machine, all for the price of $1 (in the late 80s at least). [Video after the jump]

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Wisconsin Video by Robert Greenwald

Posted by invizweb on March 1, 2011

Robert Greenwald, founder  of Brave New Films, created this retrospective video (which can be viewed after the jump) on the current situation in WI.

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WI Protest Coverage Part II

Posted by invizweb on March 1, 2011

The following article below comes from guest of the Podcast and my personal friend Kenaz Filan.  Here is another excerpt with opinions and views shared by the Invisible Web: Read the rest of this entry »

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Wisconsin…

Posted by invizweb on March 1, 2011

Aside from Rachael Maddow’s show, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, and most major news outlets here in the States, have basically blackout coverage of the protests in Madison, Wisconsin.   Here at the Invisible Web, however, we will cover the story of unions fighting for the working class struggle against an uncompromising governor and a media which does not want to talk about what some call “Cairo of the United States.”  A video covering the protests after the jump.

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