Corporations are bad. Really bad. These faceless behemoths wield an inordinately large influence over society and our government.
Whatever Wall Street wants it gets.
America will be just like any other occupied country before too long. Even veteran activist Alex Jones backs down at checkpoints. Learn the difference between unalienable rights and privileges. Also, the United States is a private corporation.
In his recent monologue, Judge Andrew Napolitano asks the provocative question, "Does the government work for us or do we work for the government?" Both are true.
Rage against grand theft
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reiterated her pledge to offer help as Greece tackled its debt woes, passing an unpopular new property tax.
Obama wants to sock the poor
Morally corrupted America
My friend, Luke, filed his Fee Schedule with the City and County (Home Rule) of Denver recently. It says: "Notice of Fee Schedule for protection from corporate abuse, false arrest, victimless charges and bills of attainder....
A leading U.S. presidential candidate says that, if elected, he will immediately order trade sanctions against China for currency manipulation. Republican Mitt Romney, who was until recently the front-runner in the race for the right to challenge
Five years ago, antiwar liberals calling the Bush administration fascist were labeled as kooks, marginalized by their own party leadership, accused by conservatives of treasonous thoughts worthy of federal punishment, even deportation.
Stephen Lendman's new book on banker occupation of America
Last week Federal agents raided two Gibson guitar factories in Tennessee because materials that were used by the guitar maker were allegedly breaking international laws. Court ruling informs guitar company that it should move production to Madagascar
Commandos armed with assault rifles raided the offices of the British oil company BP on Wednesday, in one of the ritual armed searches of white-collar premises that are common enough here to have a nickname: masky shows
Henry Juszkiewicz, Chairman and CEO of Gibson Guitar Corp., has responded to the August 24 raid of Gibson facilities in Nashville and Memphis by the Federal Government. In a press release, Juszkiewicz said: "Gibson is innocent and will fight to prot
Must see interview with regarded economist, historian, and writer Professor Dr. Antony Sutton.
According to a recent report by the Justice Policy Institute, the U.S.’s two largest private prison companies - Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and GEO Group - pocketed collective annual revenues of 2.9 billion dollars at the close of 2010.
Look, this is the new reality in America. The entire country has become a nation of criminals– there isn’t a single man, woman, or child alive who is not in violation of some obscure regulation or cannot be ‘suspected’ of wrongdoing.
Hmmm, S&P downgrades US debt and the Justice (sic) Department launches a probe into its role in the housing meltdown. Surely a coincidence.
Here, we have the YouTube debut of the strawgirl, who marries the strawman and together they give birth to strawbabies…it’s a whole fictional family! How charming!
So in America, the light unto the world, American citizens are thrown out of their homes in order that banks can bulldoze their homes.
Obama is pathetically doing the bidding of Wall Street – much like an errand boy.
"Caylee's Law" is a new proposal is gathering signatures across the country. AP reports that at least 16 state legislatures are now considering some version of this law. Will Caylee's law really save any children's lives, or punish irresponsible pare