Monthly Archives: October 2015
How to get a student to leave a room against their will—without violence
It seems that there are those who just cannot accept the idea that what Officer Ben Fields did to the young female student in the South Carolina classroom was unjustified, even though his boss has now fired him and said … Continue reading
We’re getting to them: SC Classroom Cop FIRED
Turns out that even Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott agrees with those of us who instinctively knew what the South Carolina classroom cop did was wrong: She continued to refuse, and at that point the video shows the deputy flipping … Continue reading
We Are Not Put On This Earth To Obey Cops, Pt. 2
By now, most people have seen the video of a South Carolina school cop throwing around a non-violent teenage girl like a ragdoll: Very shameful behavior on the part of the cop. Such use of force could possibly be justified … Continue reading
Quantum Theory of Fake Money and Fraud: “The black hole of debt is starting to warp the financial universe”
Professor Max “Planck” Keiser again breaks down for us what is really going on in Episode 827 of the Keiser Report. Professor Stacy “Einstein” Herbert tells us that in the past few episodes, she and Max had been talking about … Continue reading
Why Did Bernie Sanders Vote to Fund the Iraq War?
Originally posted on People's War:
Michael Arria’s widely read but rarely analyzed Alternet article “Bernie Sanders’ Troubling History of Supporting US Military Violence Abroad” mentions in passing: “While it’s true he voted against the Iraq War, he also voted…
American “Capitalism”= “Pay or Die”: The system we actually have is not the system we think we have.
In a very revealing appearance on Gary Dubin’s vital radio program—“The Foreclosure Hour”—Washington attorney Scott Stafne accurately gets to the core of what is behind not only the crisis faced by homeowners trying to save their homes from foreclosure via … Continue reading
R. Crumb also hates banks! “2008 was the biggest robbery in history…”
I’ve been an R. Crumb fan for years, and these comments of his about the ongoing ripoff of society by the banks–from a new article in the New York Observer–only deepen my admiration for him: “…The documentary The Sorrow and … Continue reading
Where is the money gonna come from to pay for all that “free stuff?” From thin air, of course—time to accept the truth.
NOTE: This is not an article about, or necessarily in support of Bernie Sanders. Please don’t read it that way. He is just emblematic of the larger point being made herein and therefore has to be referred to multiple times… … Continue reading
99 Homes Review: Letting the banks off the hook? (SPOILERS)
If you have not yet seen the powerful new film 99 Homes and want to be surprised how it all turns out at the end, you might want to stop reading this now, because I am about to spoil the … Continue reading