Thursday, June 15, 2006 Silencing Witnesses
Like hit-men killing witnesses who might testify against a Don and his Mafia, some military specialists seem to be exterminating people who could testify about the brutality and lies of U.S. aggression in Iraq.
Saturday, May 13, 2006(3 comments)
Why Domestic Spying is a Violation of Civil Liberties
As a systems analyst I pondered the purpose of the reported NSA spy project. Since complete electronic data on suspected Al Qaeda terrorists is being collected from both domestic and overseas messages as a separate project, there would be little value in an exhaustive domestic data collection on all telephone calls. For what other purposes could this data be used?
Friday, April 14, 2006 PLEASE, NO VIETNAM RE-RUNS
People are getting tired of sacrificing their loved ones and dreams of a better tomorrow on the ALTAR OF WAR. Social conditions are moving on. AWAKE, look around, the streets are now filled with a new generation of immigrant workers, labor unions, religious groups, and peace activists. People are finally connecting all the dots from human rights to civil rights to worker rights. Just one more dot to connect.
Monday, April 10, 2006(1 comments)
CORPORATISTS, NEO-CONSERVATIVES, AND WHITESHIRTS
Watch and listen for whiteshirts. Recognition becomes instantaneous to alert citizens. Dont let them get away with propaganda or bully attacks. Challenge their lies and abuse in a rational truthful manner to take the emotional edge off of their intended purpose, incitement and diversion. Whiteshirts are just a bunch of scripted con-artists desperately trying to act like the-big-man.
Friday, April 7, 2006 Third Tax-cut for U.S. Capitalist Parasites from King George Bush
Concerned about tax increases? Unless your income is over $10 million, you should be.
At the tip of the 'social status pyramid' people do not have to work, because their money works for them and continues to buildup for future generations of capitalist parasites. While at the bottom of the social pyramid, people work harder and pay more taxes without a penny left over to invest in their future.
Saturday, April 1, 2006 Workers Get Up and Walkout
The groundswell against racism, poverty, and oppression shook the streets across the United States last week when Latino workers, along with supporters from labor unions and communities, walked out into the spring air and shook their fists at fundamentalist politicians rushing to defend white supremacy. United in struggle, these stalwart masses stood together against elitist tyranny. They were in step and right on time.
Friday, March 24, 2006 Reframing the Debate over U.S. Ports
The debate over the operation of U.S. Ports must not be limited to U.S. corporations vs. foreign corporations vs. foreign corporations owned by foreign countries. Why should critical national infrastructure and operations be outsourced to private corporations at all? The real debate is how to reclaim all the ports from private enterprise and operate them within the public domain.
Sunday, March 5, 2006 Citizens for Outsourcing Political Jobs
Forget Impeachment. It will take too long to get a new Congress elected. And besides, with Free Trade, Free Markets, Ports for Sale, Open Borders, and Outsourcing in vogue; its time to think outside the box and outsource all political positions, both elected and appointed.