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Occupy Santa Cruz to Mark Third Anniversary - by One Occupier
Still Working for Social and Economic Justice
Posted: Mon Jul 21, 2014 11:22AM
Narcissistic Personality Disorders Entrenched and Encouraged in Corporate America - by Once Bitten, Twice Shy
The U.S. corporatist consumer culture is a breeding ground for individuals with narcissistic personality disorder. Though many activists (including myself) disagree with psychiatric labels, remaining ignorant about the reality of personality disorders, especially narcissism, can result in painful outcomes. There may be a "cure" for narcissism, though not with any pharma pills. The cure for narcissism may involve re-evaluation of our current cultural value systems. That's much harder than just...
Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 4:26AM
A Perspective of Cherokee Resistance, Occupation, Self-Defense and Sovereignty - by Mike Raccoon Eyes Kinney
This essay is a close examination of Cherokee Resistance and Self-Defense.
Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 12:42PM
Native Resistance and Being A Native Advocate - by Mike Raccoon Eyes Kinney
A close examination of Native Resistance and being a Native Advocate.
Posted: Sat Jul 12, 2014 2:00AM
65 Million Americans Are Not Having a Happy July 4th - by Bill Quigley
2 million in prison 4 million on probation 600,000 homeless Etc
Posted: Fri Jul 4, 2014 10:15AM
The "Great Transformation" of the 21st Century - by Joachim Bischoff and Christoph Lieber
An end of the Great Crisis is not in sight at the beginning of the 21str century... The regime of finance-market-driven accumulation has not brought forth any new formation of capitalism capable of development.
Posted: Wed Jul 2, 2014 4:36AM
Investment Protection at a Crossroads - by Pia Eberhardt
TTIP gives foreign investors the right to sue sovereign governments before ad hoc arbitration courts when lost profits occur as a result of political decisions. These decisions cannot be appealed and undermine social, environmental and labor regulations. A parallel system of justice could attack jobs (especially public sector) and end democracy.
Posted: Mon Jun 30, 2014 3:42AM
Bay Area Robin Hoods Steal from the Government to Give to the Solidarity Economy - by David Gross
Local war tax resisters are redirecting their taxes to help the solidarity economy grow and thrive.
Posted: Thu Jun 26, 2014 8:34AM
The Lone Gunman vs. Common Sense - by Daniel Borgström
some thoughts on the assassination
Posted: Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:33PM
Tarasha Benjamin's 4th year missing person's case, Selma PD under scrutiny - by Larry Shultz
" We have not given up". Says Lawyer Henderson of Georgia, who created the petition. " Tarasha's case is important to us all".
Posted: Mon Jun 23, 2014 8:44PM
(A-Radio): Interview on Brazil before the World Cup 2014 - by A-Radio Berlin
The Anarchist Radio Berlin (http://aradio.blogsport.de) has made an interview with an activist from Brazil, a member of the Comité Popular da Copa in Sao Paulo, who explains the historical and social context of the protests around the World Cup. Length: 32 minutes (this audio is in Spanish with an English voice-over)
Posted: Fri Jun 20, 2014 1:57AM
Argentina Responds to Supreme Court with Debt Swap Plan - by Erin Kelso
In reaction to an adverse Supreme Court ruling against Argentina, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced that Argentina would offer new bonds to its creditors governed under Argentine law. The proposed debt swap would involve the 92% of the country's creditors that agreed to restructure in the wake of the country's 2001 default. While the debt swap proposes an alternative for the South American country to avoid paying hold-outs, it fails to reverse the global implications on debt...
Posted: Wed Jun 18, 2014 12:15PM
Competitiveness - by Lutz Hausstein
A term becomes a myth; the myth becomes a religion. That the German economy has long been too competitive is completely denied. We are all conditioned by the misguided use of terms and connections so a way of looking at things seems absurd. The German economy acts like a bulldozer that flattens foreign economies instead of an economic locomotive.
Posted: Tue Jun 17, 2014 4:38AM
Supreme Court Refuses Argentina Debt Case - by Jenna Maus
Supreme Court Refuses Argentina Debt Case and Validates Hedge Fund Predatory Behavior
Posted: Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:34PM
Rizal's Birthday, June 19: A Call for Revolution - by Philippines Cultural Studies Center
June 19 this year marks the 53rd anniversary of the Philippines' national hero Jose Rizal's birthday. In Nov 1884, Rizal joined mass demonstrations in Madrid to protest the government's repressive policies. He wrote to his family:"Filipinos are dishonored, entrapped, debased, opposed and tyrannized," so he had to disguise himself three times. The following review centers on Sisa, the character in Rizal's novel, who symbolizes the "wretched of the earth," discussed in E. San Juan's book, SISA'...
Posted: Mon Jun 16, 2014 7:54AM
Mainstream Economics: Monocultures at the University - by Lena Kaiser
The "Plural Economics Network" challenges breaking through the monoculture and intellectual one-sidedness in economics... Instead of viewing our varied social problems from different perspectives, all the answers are derived from very similar models whose validity is rarely critically questioned... The "therapy" does not bring any healing but leads to more unemployment and poverty... Unlike a chair, an idea can be shared by a whole people. Economics should be a part of life, not a steamrolle...
Posted: Mon Jun 16, 2014 4:27AM
tires slashed on google shopping express truck in Mission District - by some anarchists
Posted: Sat Jun 14, 2014 5:20PM
Repression in America’s Pacific Colonies: Guam, Hawaii, Micronesia, and Samoa - by Al Carroll
It likely comes to a surprise to many Americans to hear the US has colonies, has had them for over a century, and that much of these colonial populations would like independence, or in some cases to be independent again as they were before US conquest. All these peoples were conquered or annexed without their consent. Three of these peoples have no say in the national political system and varying amounts of local control. Another, Micronesia, was a US colony for up to four decades. In all of ...
Posted: Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:16PM
Argentina Battles in Two World Cups - by Andrew Hanauer
While National Team Prepares to Face Bosnia, Government Fights Hedge Funds at US Supreme Court
Posted: Fri Jun 13, 2014 1:24PM
"Subcomandante Marcos ceases to exist" - by Subcomandante Marcos and the Zapatistas
Farewell speech, May 27, 2014, 16 pp
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2014 3:19PM