Review: “Share or Die!”, Millennials’ Response to Scarcity

In “Share or Die: Voices of the Get Lost Generation in the Age of Crisis” the Millennials’ respond to scarcity by sharing using a mixture of high-tech and high-touch

Hillary Clinton’s State Department Oil Services and Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline by Mark Fiore

A not-so-far-fetched parody of Hillary Clinton’s State Department Oil Services and the influence of oil industry lobbyists on the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline permit decision. For more information, visithttp://www.desmogblog.com/tarsands Related articles Protests Continue at the White House Against Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline | AlterNet (www.onthewilderside.com) Daryl Hannah Arrested At Keystone XL Pipeline Protest […]

Obama: Declaration of Thingamajig

Barack Obama holds forth on the legality of various conflicty thingamajigs. Take a closer look at Libya, Yemen and Pakistan after the president delivers his address on Afghanistan and Iraq. A Mark Fiore political animation.

NAACP demands removal of Col Allan (editor) & Sean Delonas (political cartoonist) from the Post

KW: During the Bush administration, many of my peace friends and colleagues seemed to be hounded and harassed by the Secret Service if anyone got too close or made any odd allusions to President Bush. It seems insane that someone (even a cartoonist) portrayed a symbolic shooting of the President, in an image that hundreds […]

Should the/will the NY Post boycott end?

Latest update: The NAACP, Al Sharpton, Spike Lee and others have determined that an apology is not enough. The boycott continues. The goal is to have new policies on diversity at the Post, and also for the government to reconsider the waiver Rupert Murdoch has to own more than one major media outlet within the […]

If you are a patriot…boycott the NY Post!

Update: Friday morning, Feb 20th. After first asserting it had done nothing wrong, the NY Post finally made a half-hearted apology last night. There was a rally planned for this evening at 5pm, and it seems like Al Sharpton and other groups who took offense, will be mulling over the next step. The boycott is […]

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