Posted on October 11, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Cuomo and Astorino both take pay-to-play contributions-for-contracts, while both are hypocrites for calling out the other for unethical transactions.
Filed under: election, governor, grassroots democracy, Green Party, howie hawkins, Long Island Politics, New York State Politics, News, progressive politics | Tagged: 3rd state senate, Adrienne Esposito, andrew cuomo, howie hawkins, Paul Senzer, pay-to-play, Rob Astorino, Steve Hackeling, Walter Long | Leave a Comment »
Posted on October 5, 2014 by Ian Wilder
First of the 2014/2015 season! PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse Friday, October 10, 2014 at 8pm Dedicated to the memory of John Phillips, (“Portugie” of Copper Rose fame) PeaceSmiths friend and videographer, musician, artist, activist, and Pubic Access producer A special evening of music by old and new friends. Among the presenters: -Nightmare Police (acoustic duo) -Billionaire […]
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Posted on September 22, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Yesterday was just the Global Warming parade! This afternoon, activists and occupiers take to Wall Street. Find updates with Twitter update #FloodWallStreet. Thousands of occupiers. Moving sit-ins. I think the action is focused on Broadway. Street closed at one point between Exchange Place and The Bull. There is some police activity. Tim Pool is doing […]
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Posted on September 21, 2014 by Ian Wilder
The Green Party of New York State has a ban on endorsing Democratic and Republican candidates because those parties do not agree with the Green Party’s worldwide Four Pillars of Social and Economic Justice; Grassroots Democracy; Ecological Wisdom and Nonviolence/Peace. Democratic and Republican Party insiders have taken advantage of New York State Election law to […]
Filed under: election, Green Party, long island, Long Island Politics, New York State Politics, News | Tagged: 3rd state senate, Adrienne Esposito, Boycott Divestment and Sanctions, Desmond Tutu, district court, Gaza, Israel, Paul Senzer, Steve Hackeling, Walter Long | Leave a Comment »
Posted on September 19, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Dan Rather speaks out about the corporatization of mainstream news media, the corruption, how deep it runs, and the demise of investigative journalism.
Filed under: Corporations, media, News, video | Tagged: Corporation, Dan Rather, Gary Younge, Guardian, Washington | 1 Comment »
Posted on September 14, 2014 by Ian Wilder
NY Green Party Governor candidate Hawkins will work hard to win the votes of the principled progressives who were inspired by the Zephyr Teachout campaign.
Filed under: 3rd party, election, governor, Green Party, howie hawkins, New York State Politics, News | Tagged: andrew cuomo, Tim Wu, Zephyr Teachout | Leave a Comment »
Posted on September 6, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader and anti-tax activist Grover Norquist spoke on issues where the left and right can come together
Filed under: Action Alert!, activism, economy, elections, grassroots democracy, News, Occupy Wall Street, Ralph Nader, US Politics | Tagged: coalition, Dandelion Salad, Grover Norquist, left-right, National Press Club, Unstoppable | Leave a Comment »
Posted on August 16, 2014 by Ian Wilder
The terrible news of the passing of Robin Williams reached me here in the Peruvian Amazon late last night with tremendous sadness.
Filed under: Green Party, News | Tagged: Gesundheit, Patch Adams, Peruvian Amazon, Robin Williams, TOM SHADYAC | 1 Comment »
Posted on August 13, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Ed Sanders performs his song-poem Yiddish-Speaking Socialists of the Lower East Side at the Sidewalk Cafe, New York City, part of David Kirschenbaum’s Boog City 8 Poetry & Music Festival, on Poets’ Theater Night, August 3, 2014.
Filed under: Art, New York State Politics, News, original music, poetry, video | Tagged: boog city, david kirschenbaum, Ed Sanders, Lower East Side, new york city, poet, Sidewalk Cafe, theater, Yiddish language | Leave a Comment »
Posted on August 10, 2014 by Ian Wilder
NY Green Party Governor candidate Hawkins says Westchester County Executive Astorino’s housing desegregation record shows he can’t resolve this statewide.
Filed under: activism, election, governor, grassroots democracy, howie hawkins, New York State Politics, News | Tagged: AFFH, andrew cuomo, Anti-Discrimination Center, Common Core Standards, Education, housing, howie hawkins, Rob Astorino, Westchester | Leave a Comment »
Posted on August 4, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Anacoustic Minds played their song “Cost of War” at Welcome to Boog City 8 festival on 8/3/14 at Unnameable Books, Brooklyn, N
Filed under: Anti-War, Books, buy local, local, music, new york, News, Peace, war | Tagged: boog city, brooklyn, Cost of War, Mike Ogletree, Reggae, Unnameable Books | Leave a Comment »
Posted on July 28, 2014 by Ian Wilder
Stop the Arms Trade – Cut the Arms Budget Join South Country Peace Group’s 32nd annual World Peace Vigil A Community Dedication to Peace on the 69th anniversary of the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima Wednesday, August 6, 2014 – 7:15 pm Commemorative Poetry and Songs Nuclear Weapons Update You may wish to wear white, the traditional Japanese color of […]
Filed under: activism, Calendar, events, international politics, long island, Long Island Politics, new york, New York State Politics, News, nonviolence, Peace, US Politics, war | Tagged: Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Bellport New York, long island, Nuclear weapon | Leave a Comment »
Posted on July 6, 2014 by Ian Wilder
My answer about the axioms that determined the last Presidential election can be generally.
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