Occupied — What Now? | by David Swanson

War Is Crime Thanks in large part to the New York and national corporate media a massive campaign to shift power away from giant corporations and into the hands of the people is now afoot all across this continent. It was inspired by peoples’ nonviolent...
How the 1 percent rules | Lance Selfa

How the 1 percent rules | Lance Selfa

The Occupy movement’s most powerful unifying factor has been its clear and simple identification of the key problem in American society: the divide between the vast majority of the population–the 99 percent–and the richest and most powerful 1...
The Russell Tribunal on Palestine: Findings

The Russell Tribunal on Palestine: Findings

Israel subjecting Palestinian people to apartheid, as defined under international law Cape Town Session: Summary of findings, 7 November 2011″May this tribunal prevent the crime of silence” – Bertrand Russell, London, 13 November 1966The Russell...

Unions challenge govt. – and opposition

The mass strike on Wednesday was only nominally about e-tolling on public roads and the problem of labour brokers. It was, in fact, a serious shot across the bow of government about the deteriorating conditions faced by wage earners, the poor and the unemployed....