Retired Judge, Advocacy Group Seek Clarence Thomas Indictment

Two new calls last week for federal prosecution of Justice Clarence Thomas on bribery charges could affect the Supreme Court’s decision-making this term but are virtually unreported aside from small corners of the blogosphere.

The Santa Rosa Magical Occupy Movement

By Shepherd Bliss Occupy Wall Street (OWS) erupted in New York City on Sept.17 and continues its daily presence. Occupy Santa Rosa ignited on Oct. 15 and still flames brightly. Occupy Petaluma began on Oct. 29, the same day that town celebrated Day of the Dead. The inspiring grand opening of Occupy Santa Rosa on […]

A MOVIE WARNS US

By Saul Landau Occupy Wall Street activists everywhere agree: the system has become dysfunctional. The angst – or anger — among citizens reaches beyond economic collapse and the government’s inability to improve the situation. Frustration and puzzlement persist: why do Presidents keep initiating wars in remote places? Why does Congress back them? Its Members, like […]

So, we got rid of the illegals and no one wants their jobs

The Obama administration has been extremely tough on rounding up illegal immigrants and deporting them. So tough that he’s deported more than any other administration in history. So what’s the problem you ask? Well, no one wants the jobs because they either don’t pay enough, are too hard, or both. Although a tough new law […]

The Curmudgeon

You know what the real problem with getting “old” is?  The real problem with getting old is that you remember.  You remember things you shouldn’t. I inherited one of those leather Kleenex holders, one that clips to the sun visor of your car, from my father-in-law when he died.  It is one of those items […]

To Be or Not to Be – Reform or Revolution – Fear or Love?

There are many paths to the mountain top. Ninety-nine percent of the people would agree that our goal is a just, peaceful, equitable, world, liberated from the shackles of violent, deceptive, corporate rule, with a future where human needs and the planet are honored and respected over profits. The strategy of how to get from […]

Concord Law Symposium Violates Disclosure & Conflict of Interest Rules: Parsasites looking for a host

Concord Law , Kaplan University’s on line law school, which is owned by the Washington Post Company, is holding an “academic” symposium On Oct 29, 2011 entitled” Privacy vs. Free Speech in the age of Mass Media, 21st Century Communications and Social Media”.  Concord   decided to utilize 21st Century communications to promote the symposium using a […]

Occupy This: US History exposes the 1%’s crimes, then and now. 6 of 6

source: Carl Herman Occupy Wall Street (and nationwide) has three emerging objectives: Public recognition of the 1%’s crimes, centering on war and money. End war and money crimes that annually kill millions, injure billions, and loot trillions of our dollars. Build a brighter future for 100% of humanity, centering on full constructive employment and the creation of money […]

Occupy DC to protest corporate profiteering from student loans

  Friday, October 28th 2011,OccupyDC will undertake an action in protest of corporate profiteering on student loans. We will be working in conjunction with Occupy Colleges and with students from among the diverse and numbered DC Metropolitan area universities and institutes of higher education. The action will commence fromMcPherson Squareat 3PM and the final destination […]

Bill Gates: Popping Up with Compulsory Proactive Help

Remember the obnoxious, hyperactive paperclip that popped up in Word when you were trying to write a letter? As soon as you typed “Dear,” up popped up Clippy: It looks like you’re writing a letter. Would you like help? Uninvited. You’d been writing letters for decades, but Microsoft insisted you needed what they called “proactive […]