Tag Archive | Wall Street
I was waiting for someone outside Madison Square Garden one day and there was a lot of pedestrian traffic along Seventh Ave. Of course, this is a busy area and there’s often a lot of activity, but this seemed different, especially when I noticed a lot of police – and a lot of police with […]
This is what happens when you obey: And this is what happens when you don’t obey: Any questions?
Originally posted on The Most Revolutionary Act:
In 2011, to address the failed US recovery, former Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and Congressman John Conyers (D-Michigan) introduced HR2990, the National Emergency Employment Defense Act. The bill proposed to abolish the Federal Reserve system and end the ability of private banks to create money out of thin…
This is a quick rant about the incredibly annoying habit the people of the U.S. have of settling for something unworthy of consideration. What’s so annoying is that we do it for important things yet fight and argue incessantly over insignificant details in life. Settling for a different type of soup with dinner or a […]
Really? Hillary Clinton deserves to be president simply because she’s smart, extremely ambitious and has been in politics for so long? And because she’s been attacked viciously by simple-minded cheerleaders in the republican party for years? And because it’s time for a woman to be president of the United States? While I agree wholeheartedly with […]
Hello, world. Wake up! Wake up to the ugly reality of how the United States of Corporations works today – Corporatocracy. It is a finely tuned system of organized oppression fueled by the religion of Capitalism that has been “perfected” for more than 100 years. Early in the 20th century, corporate rulers learned an insidious new way of programming people to behave […]