Podcast: Why Occupy? A government and history teacher explains

Podcast: Why Occupy? A government, history teacher explains James Fetzer interviewed me on his radio show and podcast, The Real Deal, to walk Americans through the central arguments of Occupy: The 1% “leadership” in politics, banking, and corporate media commit crimes centering in war and money, and then lie about them. These crimes annually kill […]

Star Wars: a false flag story; US-Iran (1953-1988): false flag reality

video here. A false flag attack is when a nation attacks in disguise. The purpose is to fool the public who otherwise wouldn’t support a criminal War of Aggression. The desired outcome for false flag attacks is control over other governments and their resources. The brilliant 10-minute video from CameronFanSite walks you through the plot […]

Diversity and the Rise of Majority-Minority Schools

In the “Historical Notes” conclusion of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, the reader discovers through a darkly biting satire of academia that the world of the novel’s main character, June/Offred, developed in part through the shifting proportion of races in the U.S. and throughout the world. The shift in majority and minority status among races […]

Occupy Wall Street: Mobs, Media, and Message

  When the Tea Party formed, in 2009, they rolled up in billionaire chartered buses, handed out pamphlets, and were often hosted by national figures, like former Republican Speaker of the House Dick Armey. It turns out, a few of the many Koch brother’s front groups, like Freedom Works and Americans for Prosperity, have been […]

Why I Am At Occupy Oakland

The “Occupy” movement that is sweeping the nation hit Oakland, California, on Monday. Well over 1000 people turned out in downtown Oakland on a rainy afternoon to kick things off. At the start, different people stood up and spoke about why they were here – the loss of jobs, the rich getting richer while everybody […]

America’s Selective Sympathy for Loss of Life

America’s Selective Sympathy for Loss of Life: Life, Death and Racism By Solomon Comissiong January 8th 2011 will long be a day marked in infamy throughout the United States. Friends and family of the six Americans whose lives were tragically and needlessly ripped away, by a crazed 22-year old, may never recover emotionally. 19 people […]