Over and over I see people asking the question of what a journalist is, then attempting to define it for us. Don't do it. Please. Haven't we learned anything? by O Society April 15, 2019 Over and over the case is made: either Julian Assange is a journalist or else he's an "activist" or an … Continue reading What is a Journalist?
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” ~ John F. Kennedy written by Rainer Shea Revolution Dispatch edited by O Society Mar 27, 2019 The Democratic leadership, the mainstream media, and likely most of Hillary Clinton’s supporters will never address the sabotage of American democracy that they were complicit with in 2016. … Continue reading DnCriminals: the Democrats, a Corrupt Enterprise, Rigged the 2016 Elections, They’ll Do It Again in 2020
by Roberto Savio Inter Press Service edited by O Society March 28, 2019 If we ever needed proof of how the political system has become self-referential and unable to update itself, the latest student march in more than 1,000 towns is a very good example. https://youtu.be/VFkQSGyeCWg Of course, politicians referred to it in declarations and, in a … Continue reading The System, Youth, and Democracy
...and they are pissed! Adults refuse to fix the world's glaring problems, so the kids stand up for themselves Common Dreams edited by O Society Mar 20, 2019 Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old whose protests outside the Swedish parliament spurred a massive global movement of young people striking from school to demand bold action on the … Continue reading The Children Are Coming, The Children Are Coming…
The report won’t be “full and thorough” so Democrats will continue to look for political payoff from Russia-gate written by Patrick Lawrence Consortium News edited by O Society Mar 19, 2019 Last week gave us mounting indications Robert Mueller finished his two-year probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections and is about to issue … Continue reading Why the Dust Won’t Settle After Mueller’s Report
By Lissa Johnson New Matilda edited by O Society Mar 19, 2019 In the first part of a New Matilda investigative series, clinical psychologist Lissa Johnson exposes the ‘science’ behind the hunt for Julian Assange, and the tactics those in power use to keep you in the dark. Rallies will be held in Sydney and Melbourne … Continue reading The Psychology Of Getting Julian Assange Part 1: What’s Torture Got To Do With It?
Candidates may shun donations from Big Pharma, but are they finally ready to take on drug prices climbing through the roof? by Addy Baird Think Progress edited by O Society Mar 19, 2019 Once a month, Sarah Stark makes the trip to her local pharmacy to pick up the insulin she needs to keep her … Continue reading Americans are dying because they can’t afford their insulin. This is now a 2020 campaign issue. Seriously.