Tuesday, January 02, 2007

My Top Posts of 2006

Some things are important enough to be repeated... or maybe I'm just feeling lazy today. In any case, here are some of my top posts of 2006. They were chosen based on comments, traffic, links, and votes.

December 21, 2006
Bright Sparks of Light, on the Longest, Darkest Night. Me being optimistic. Good to know it happens at least once a year.

November 29, 2006
Who Are the 400 Poorest? Well, after all, it's a good question!

November 16, 2006
Microcredit and Women Empowerment This year's hot topic in development

October 29, 2006
Non-Violent resistance in Israel and the Occupied territories Because violence begets more violence, but there are always courageous people working for peace

October 22, 2006
"Environmentalists need to get on the Social Justice Bus" No, I'm no hippy, but I can clearly see it's all connected.

October 05, 2006
Connecting Movements = Solidarity Two environmentalists walk into a Take Back the Night March... Just kidding. It isn't a joke. Women's rights movements really are related to environmental movements.

September 21, 2006
"War, War, Rumours of War" From Afghanistan to Iran to Bob Marley to Bonobos... why can't we all just get along?

September 15, 2006
"Gaza is a Jail. Nobody is allowed to leave. We are all starving now" This post is mostly just a quote from a piece on Common Dreams, but it got so many votes, I thought I should include it

August 16, 2006
UK "Terror Plot" too Convenient Why airport security doesn't let you bring bottled water through

March 16, 2006
Why Do People Vote Right-wing? In order to change minds and hearts, we need first to understand them.

March 08, 2006
International Women's Day We're not quite where we hoped to be, but women have come a long way.

February 09, 2006
Pseudo-Scientific Hate Propaganda and "Women Drivers" In which women are scientifically proven to be poor drivers and homeosexuals are found to eat human feces and die young.

January 19, 2006
Canadian Election Strategies for Progressives Looks like we'll be needing this in 2007

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