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More reasons to be pissed at the US Government

October 5, 2011


I’m particularly frustrated by the corruption of US government agencies supposedly working for “security” or “Defense”. First: Freedom isn’t free at the State Department – Opinion – Al Jazeera English. As we sat in a small, grey, windowless room, resplendent with a two-way mirror, multiple ceiling-mounted cameras, and iron rungs on the table to which handcuffs […]

US censorship of war casualties (a must read)

July 28, 2011


Censorship of war casualties in the US – Opinion – Al Jazeera English. more and more (though still few and far between) I’m seeing articles that are honestly discussing what is happening in american politics.  This is a pretty long article, and i highly suggest reading it, but here are some of the points i […]

6 wars obviously isn’t enough

June 15, 2011


The Militarization of America: How the Military Mindset Is Permeating Our Political Culture and Society | | AlterNet.: With the latest news (revealed last week by the New York Times) that the U.S. has launched a significant “intensification” of its secret air campaign against Yemeni tribesmen believed to be connected with al-Qaeda, the U.S. is now involved […]

the morning roundup

March 14, 2011


First, I saw this at Feministing: Resource Generation, it’s seriously worth checking out: Since 1998, Resource Generation (RG) has engaged over 1,400 young people with wealth across the U.S. Through community building, education and organizing, we help young people with wealth bring all they have and all they are to the social change movements and issues […]