Would you like to know how many people have visited this page? Or how reputable the author is? Simply
sign up for a Advocate premium membership and you'll automatically see this data on every article. Plus a lot more, too.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, February 17, 2014 Why Stopping The Ward Valley Nuclear Waste Dump Is Worth Remembering...
Members of the Ft. Mohave Indian Tribe have always known the true value of gratitude, love and respect for our sacred Mother Earth and all life that lives upon it. This is also well known in Shamanic traditions from all cultures on all continents. However, too many of us have not yet learned to live in harmony with nature. It is imperative that we do so if we are to survive in a world worth living.
(2 comments) SHARE Tuesday, January 28, 2014 The Passing of Anthony Guarisco
IAAV/AAV was a 501(c)3 non profit organization that worked on behalf of Veterans who participated in the 1940s and '50s in U.S. atmospheric nuclear weapons testing and were injured as a result of their exposure to radiation released from the weapon detonations. Anthony Guarisco, an atomic veteran who honorably served in both WWII and Korea, was the founder and director.
SHARE Friday, August 16, 2013 Regardless of Screeching Media Banter, Whistleblowers are our Bravest Heroes
Currently, Bradley Manning is being thoroughly ostracized in the mainstream media that is working overtime to demonize him as a confused, abused nut-job with conflicting gender identity issues. Never mind the fact that he's an honorable U.S. soldier (with a conscience) who blew-the-whistle and exposed U.S. hypocrisy.
(5 comments) SHARE Friday, August 9, 2013 Edward Snowden Has Awakened the Sleeping Giant
Thanks to the sobering revelations of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, the world has been given a glimpse of the abuse of power (and trust) that our governments have breached. Indeed, the gravity of this "hijacking of humanity" is a crime against "life" itself.
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, May 13, 2013 America is Dying (But don't blame me, I'm just the messenger)
I thought this was the home of the brave and land of the free! Why do we seem content to roll over for this crap? For some time now, I have seen this fundamental shift quickly escalate. I have watched my fellow citizens eagerly give-up huge swaths of liberty and freedom in exchange for vague promises of increased security. Why? Have we lost all common sense along with our druthers?
(3 comments) SHARE Sunday, May 5, 2013 Pawns Are Always Expendable When Played
If I could ask the Highest Deity for one small favor, one simple concession--it would be that all politicians who support or voted in favor of going to war -- including the Generals who think it's cool to play God with human lives on their chessboard of death via covert action or otherwise--that they attend each soldier's funeral and look into the eyes of each family member and explain to them why their loved ones are dead!
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 27, 2013 Evaluating The Grim And Finding Viable Solutions
Our leaders and news media clowns all try to convince us that "The terrorists hate us for our freedoms." But those of us who did our homework know better. You can't have a foreign policy objective that dictates marching around the globe with jackboots taking (by force) whatever you want to satisfy stockholders, without some blow-back.
(6 comments) SHARE Sunday, March 17, 2013 No More Mr. Nice Guy: Enough is ENOUGH!
Turn off the TV. Grow a garden. Do not let our children enlist in the military. Do not work for the corporations of the military industrial complex. Be wise consumers and do not invest your hard-earned money with them. Get involved and support grassroots organizations that represent peace and goodwill.
SHARE Thursday, April 19, 2012 Realize Your True Potential and Let's Create A Society Worth Living!
At this point in time we are almost completely dependent on a corrupt corporate apparatus for our survival, an apparatus that places profits before people. And, It has nothing at all to do with the true nature of man and our relationship to this earth or to each other, yet we depend upon it for our food, for our housing, for our information and even for our entertainment.
(4 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 6, 2012 Poverty in America -- From Riches to Rags
Like a pebble dropped in a pond, everything we do affects the people in our lives, and their reactions in turn affect others. The choices we make will have far-reaching consequences. Each of us carries within us the capacity to change the world in small ways for better or worse.
SHARE Thursday, November 3, 2011 The Importance Of The Occupy Movement
People of all walks of life are highly motivated -- students, teachers, seniors, workers, the unemployed, the homeless, veterans, civilians, unions and the list is endless. All have joined hands to voice their frustration, their grievances at a corrupt system that begs for change.
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 4, 2011 Us against Them
There are six billion souls on this planet and, if we unite under one banner and join the world revolution that's currently sweeping the globe, we can gain the needed footing to remove these parasites of insanity from our presence.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, July 21, 2011 There and Back Again: Sobering Thoughts about the Nuclear Madness We All Face
It makes little or no difference if exposure comes from an "atomic warhead" or from a "nuclear reactor meltdown." The end result is the same -- people suffer horribly and die. And just like the world revolution that's currently being waged around the globe with hardly a whisper in mainstream media, it will not be televised or reported.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, July 15, 2011 The Audacity of Hopelessness and Betrayal
After enduring eight years of Bush hypocrisy, Senator Barack Obama easily took the Oval Office in 2008 on a hope and a prayer for "change." Well, here we are in the summer of 2011. Our country thirstier than ever for that change he spoke of.
SHARE Friday, June 10, 2011 Solar Storms, CME's, and All Things Considered. Are you Ready?
When it comes to being prepared for possible disasters, most people mistakenly take the "wait and see" stance and then wonder why the response is feeble at best and pathetic at the least. Remember Katrina? Can you imagine what would happen if the whole U.S. electrical grid went down for any length of time? Do you think the government is prepared? Think again.