Monthly Archives: August 2011

Sidewalk Vigil for John T. Williams – One Year Later Memorial – 8/30/2011

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Scholar Warriors

“The society that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting by fools.” — Thucydides

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One Year Anniversary of the Shooting of John T. Williams – It’s time to throw off this Empire

Love, prayers and blessings to the family of John T. Williams. We cannot bring your loved one back. No one can. We can demand justice, but even if criminal charges were brought against Officer Ian Birk, it would merely be … Continue reading

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Ranking “Property Rights”

Worldwide, the more access to home loans, the LOWER the home ownership rate. Those countries with informal property rights and unenforced regulations have higher rates of tenure and more affordable housing. This is the how we solve the mortgage crisis … Continue reading

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New National Anthem?

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More on Resilient Villages

More wisdom on creating resilient communities that will stand the test of time from one of my favorite thinkers, John Robb of Global Guerrillas. In Indian Country, we should be looking toward or traditional clan and tribal structures for mutual … Continue reading

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Domestic spy operations: Fake activists, self-appointed leaders and sockpuppets

Censored News By Brenda NorrellCensored News http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com Collage by Censored News: COINTELPRO targeted black leaders and the American Indian Movement. There appears to be a systematic operation underway, placing fake activists or self-appointed leaders, into grassroots movements. They are easy … Continue reading

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