Maybe it’s just sleep deprivation, hunger pangs, and the stress of an impending eviction talking, but I think I’ve lost all faith in humanity. Not that this is anything new for me; in fact, it’s pretty much been my default state for as long as I can remember, a hellhound on my trail, my very own personal dark cloud following me everywhere I go, raining misanthropy down on my head in an unending torrent.… [Read more]
Just what, exactly, are you waiting for? Get off the fence! How long are you going to sit on the sidelines wondering why you didn’t get everything you want?
Have you picked up on where we’ll go if the GOP contender gets within sniffing distance of the White House?
Not only will we lose what we’ve gained — we’ll go backwards.… [Read more]
Yesterday’s May Day protests ended with a bang, or, at least 50 sets of handcuffs. While many of the demonstrations around the world in support of workers’ rights were peaceful, tensions spilled over — as they often do when right meets…well, the opposition. We offer this tip.… [Read more]
On Wednesday, April 25th, the youth and students of America are taking action and sending a message to big banks and Wall Street: they need to stop destroying our climate and bankrupting our future. It is a nationwide day of action against both crippling student loan debt and Bank of America, the number one financier of the coal industry AND the number one fore closer on American homes.… [Read more]
Revolution is defined as follows:rev·o·lu·tion [rev-uh-loo-shuhn]
1. an overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of an established government or political system by the people governed.
2. Sociology. A radical and pervasive change in society and the social structure, especially one made suddenly and often accompanied by violence.
3. A sudden, complete or marked change in something.… [Read more]