Author Archives: MATTHEW CHARLES CARDINALE

Universal Health Care Events held in Atlanta

Additional reporting by Sarah Epting, Staff Writer. (APN) ATLANTA – Elected officials, medical workers, and activists gathered at events nationwide on June 07, 2006, to demand Universal Health Care for all Americans which would build upon the success and effectiveness of the Medicare Program. The events were held on 6/7/06, National Health Insurance Day, to coincide with US Rep. John […]

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Gore May Run Again in 2008 for US President, Warns of Global Warming

(APN) ATLANTA – Al Gore may be a “recovering politician,” but “You always have to worry about a relapse,” Gore told Atlanta Progressive News. The in-person exchange with the former Vice President took place following a special screening of “An Inconvenient Truth,” here at Atlantic Station in Midtown Atlanta. Following the screening of the absolutely breathtaking and monumental film about […]

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BREAKING: 36 US Reps for Bush Impeachment Probe

(APN) ATLANTA — 36 US House Representatives have signed on as sponsors or co-sponsors of H. Res 635, which would create a Select Committee to look into the grounds for recommending President Bush’s impeachment, Atlanta Progressive News has learned. The two latest co-sponsors, as of Friday, were US Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) and US Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA). “For […]

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Nickle and Dimed Play Debuts in Atlanta, Living Wage Discussed on Panel

(APN) ATLANTA – Dozens of Atlanta’s leftists gathered for a preview of the stage version of Barbara Ehrenreich’s book, “Nickled and Dimed,” this evening, which was preceded by a panel discussion at The Five Spot on the living wage crisis. The play here was put together by the Seven Stages theatrical group. “I am just thrilled to go into another […]

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Progressive Eyes US Rep. Harman (D-CA) Seat

(APN) ATLANTA – Marcy Winograd was so shocked to see US Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA) enable President Bush’s illegal wiretapping program, that she decided to run for her seat this November. But now, Winograd’s grassroot campaign has been so successful, it has blocked the Democratic Party from pre-endorsing Harman, a six-term Congresswoman. “I actually made the decision to run after […]

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30 US Reps Support Bush Impeachment Probe

(APN) ATLANTA – 30 US House Representatives have signed on as sponsors or co-sponsors of H. Res 635, which would create a Select Committee to look into the grounds for recommending President Bush’s impeachment, Atlanta Progressive News has learned. “There has been massive support for House Resolution 635 from a very vigorous network of grassroots activists and people committed to […]

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McKinney Endorses Moore for Secretary of State

(APN) ATLANTA – US Representative Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) has endorsed Angela Moore for Georgia’s Secretary of State, Atlanta Progressive News has confirmed with Congresswoman McKinney’s press office. This year’s race for Secretary of State of Georgia is critical to securing voter confidence in the state’s elections process. McKinney’s endorsement of Angela Moore is especially noteworthy given McKinney’s extensive leadership on […]

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28 US Reps Seek Bush Impeachment Probe

28 members of US Congress have now signed on to H Res 635, including US Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), the original co-sponsor, Atlanta Progressive News has learned. Meanwhile, US cities of Arcata, Santa Cruz, and San Francisco, each in California, have passed resolutions recommending Bush’s impeachment. US Rep Martin Sabo (D-MN) was the latest member of Congress to sign Conyers’s […]

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Mad Housers Build Huts for the Homeless

(APN) ATLANTA — The Mad Housers, a non-profit, volunteer, charitable organization founded in 1988 by a group of Georgia Tech architecture students, builds emergency huts for the homeless in the Atlanta area at no charge. “We are just providing a basic piece of capital,” Nick Hess, 35, President of The Mad Housers, told Atlanta Progressive News (APN). The organization sees […]

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