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Kellia is a freelance journalist in Oakland, CA who left the Pacifica Radio Network in July, 2010 after 11+ years in the KPFA news department and over 10 years with Free Speech Radio News. She is now in the odd position of needing a paid job while advocating the abolition of monetary systems. Kellia has an ongoing book and documentary project called The End Of Money: A critique of paying, owing and working "for a living" which asks the question: "Why must we pay to live on the planet we're born on?" Many of the articles she posts are about economics and are, in a way, the first draft of the book.
The Inconvenient Truth of Competition
We are all supposed to find a job in the competitive job market. But how can we all do so when competition, by its very nature, creates losers as well as winners?
Thursday, November 11, 2010(3 comments)
If It's Too Broke, Don't Fix It!
We have work that needs doing and workers that are idle, food that gets thrown away and people that go hungry. houses that are vacant and families that are homeless. Why? Money. It's high time we ditches all the monetary systems.
The Folly of Exclusivity
The Right media presents a united front, saturating its air waves and its print organs with its message, which, no matter how outrageous, gets absorbed by the public consciousness (or is that unconsciousness?) by virtue of repetition. The Left media outlets, on the other hand, compete against each other to be "the first and only" and so the messages are not as powerfully and consistently presented.
Friday, August 13, 2010(4 comments)
Book Review: The Global Economic Crisis
The Global Economic Crisis is THE most important book of our time because it teaches us how the current global financial system works, and that knowledge will serve as the impetus for the major changes we need to build just, peaceful and prosperous societies on an ecologically flourishing planet.
Thursday, August 12, 2010(10 comments)
Peak Oil? Yes! Peak Food? I Don't Think So!
Michael C. Ruppert says world news sources are indicating that we may have reached "Peak Food." Kellia Ramares does not believe that the term "peak" is appropriately applied to renewable resources.
Healthcare or Warfare?
As Obama readies his announcement of an escalation in Afghanistan, millions of jobless workers lose their federal subsidies for health insurance. Why do we link health care to employment and why do we spend more for war than health?
The Dangers of Voting on Civil Rights
Voting on other people's civil rights is anti-Constitutional. Voting on same sex marriage sends us down a slippery slope and distracts us from the criminals who are ruining all our lives.