Tag Archives : Occupy


Illogic in Fractional Reserve Banking

  Source: http://mises.ca By James E. Miller Illogic in Fractional Reserve Banking   If there was one business venture the leftist and forgotten “Occupy” movement was right to distrust, it was the banking industry. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent bailing out of the world’s financial system by fascist states, taxpayers […]

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Free & Equal’s Christina Tobin Interviews Emmy Award-Winning Whistle Blower Amber Lyon

Christina Tobin of Free & Equal interviews Amber Lyon, Emmy Award winning journalist and whistle blower.  Free & Equal has been on the fore front against the limited choices that We The People have been stuck with thanks to the two party duopoly sitting in D.C.  Please visit Free & Equal and support their actions […]


What Ron Paul Might Have Said About That 47%

Source: http://lewrockwell.com By Thomas J. DiLorenzo Unlike Romney and Obama, Ron Paul is neither a repeater of Republican Party platitudes about “America’s greatness” nor a mumbler of silly socialist platitudes that sound like they were paraphrased directly from The Communist Manifesto (“From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs”). Ron Paul […]

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Anaheim, CA Police State! 1

Source: http://crooksandliars.com By karoli Anaheim Police Laugh At Citizens They’re Sworn to Protect Video streaming by Ustream Video streaming by Ustream This is a clip from Timcast’s live stream which was up from about 8pm to 12:00am yesterday. Diane posted the live stream on Occupy America last night, but there’s one particular highlight I want […]


“The Last War Crime” Debuts at Cannes–but Censored in US 1

Source: http://www.nationofchange.org By Jeanine Molloff During this summer of Occupy and subsequent police brutality, the subject of torture is hotly denounced by protesters and conveniently ignored by candidates. Like that ostrich diving head first into the sand of political expediency–Americans want to focus on the alleged debt crisis or gay marriage–anything that absolves us from […]


Mexican Presidential Elections: How Social Media Has Changed Politics

Source: http://www.policymic.com Mexican Presidential Elections: ‘I Am Number 132′ Movement Shows How Social Media Has Changed Politics At a time when the Mexican government is attempting to demonstrate that it has everything under control, the social movement “I am number 132” has sprung up without warning, calling attention to the numerous injustices prevalent in Mexican […]


2012 Smoke Screen

Published on May 30, 2012 by Folkvar2012 Freedom informant network – FIN – http://www.freedominfonetwork.org BROTHERS AND SISTERS UNITE!!! ***Visit channel for more videos*** A powerful production by Tim Watts, the co-host of The Freedom Link radio broadcast on The Orion Talk Radio Network. We do not forgive. We do not forget. We are anonymous. Government. […]


Is the Ron Paul the Best Hope for Progressives?

Source: http://www.randpaulreview.com By Rand Paul Review Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is the last man standing in the Republican presidential race besides presumptive victor Mitt Romney, even after a strategy statement misunderstood by many as “dropping out.” Since that announcement, Paul has won his second state, Minnesota (Maine was the first), and is on target to end up controlling presidential voting […]


Moscow police arrest dozens at Occupy-style rally

Source: http://www.reuters.com (Reuters) – Police detained dozens of opposition protesters on Sunday at an Occupy-style rally against President Vladimir Putin in central Moscow. Activists gathered near Red Square in front of the Kremlin and walked toward the popular Arbat pedestrian district, but were detained upon reaching the sit-in protest which began earlier this month. Witnesses […]


“The Ron Paul Revolution Won’t Stop Here”

Source: http://www.ronpaul2012.com By Jack Hunter “The Ron Paul Revolution Won’t Stop Here” I have made the case that Ron Paul is not only changing the Republican Party, but is catering to a new, emerging electorate that eschews the big government aspects of both parties. Writing today at CNN.com, Timothy Stanley makes some of the same […]