As activists take to the streets in Syria, using the power of Facebook and Twitter to organize one of the many revolutions across the Middle East, other American technologies are propping up the very regime these protesters hope to topple.
CAIRO — Egyptian generals offered an unusual apology on Thursday for the killings of protesters in Tahrir Square, the iconic landmark of the country’s revolution, but rejected the demonstrators’ demands for an immediate end to military rule.
“I was standing in the middle of the crowd when the police started moving in,” Fox recalled. “I was screaming, ‘I am pregnant, I am pregnant. Let me through. I am trying to get out.’” She claimed that police hit her in the stomach twice before pepper
Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi of the University of California-Davis has come under heavy criticism and calls for her resignation following her support of the use of pepper spray by campus police on unresisting demonstrators.
...Pepper Spray To The Face, Rubber Bullets At Point Blank Range And Brutally Dragging Women By Their Hair
Americans look at options available in living abroad, because the increasing militarization of the police forces has frightening fascist overtones. There are more Americans afraid of their own government today than there ever have been… and justifiab
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CAIRO (AP) — Egyptian soldiers and police set fire to protest tents in Cairo's Tahrir Square and fired tear gas and rubber bullets in a major assault Sunday to drive out thousands demanding that the military rulers quickly transfer power to a civilia
Hundreds of thousands of Egyptians rallied Friday in Cairo’s Tahrir square with Islamists in the forefront to protest against what they say are attempts by the country’s military rulers to designate themselves as the guardians of a new Egypt.
Sometimes, what you really don't want to talk about is what you should talk about. And that is true of the concept of forcible resistance to "legal" evil.
Meanwhile, Tennessee recently became the first to implement Homeland Security’s VIPR program statewide, essentially placing ass-grabbing TSA agents at various checkpoints along the state’s freeways.
With information available on the Internet about central banking and the elite clique that evidently and obviously runs it, one could be forgiven for beginning to think that those who point fingers at corporations, or even politicians, are practicing
As soon as the noose settled around his neck, Guy Fawkes broke free from the hangman and jumped off the scaffolding — guaranteeing a quick drop with a stop sharp enough to break his neck cleanly…
This question comes up quite often. It is a frequent subject of debate, especially in a movement claiming to speak for "the 99%.” The easiest answer is "no one speaks for the movement."
This question comes up quite often. It is a frequent subject of debate, especially in a movement claiming to speak for "the 99%.”
Police turned a peaceful demonstration into a war zone when they assaulted the unarmed demonstrators with flash bang bombs, tear gas and rubber bullets.
Alex talks with the founder, main songwriter, guitarist, and lead vocalist for the heavy metal band Megadeth, Dave Mustaine.
Former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura told the Alex Jones Show that Americans should riot in the streets if Ron Paul is excluded from the presidential debates
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sympathized with the “Occupy Wall Street” movement’s dissatisfaction with economic inequality at a press conference Wednesday, but said protesters should not blame the Fed for bailing out the banks.
Revolutions are dangerous and unpredictable beasts, and for a population to enter into one without fully understanding what is at stake is much like handing a loaded 45 automatic to a toddler.
Anti-Wall Street protesters in Tennessee scored a victory Monday when a judge ordered police to stop enforcing new rules aimed at curbing the demonstrations.
The nearly five-hour drive from the Sacramento area to Yreka, in Siskiyou County by the Oregon border, was a reminder not just of the immense size and beauty of California, but of the vast regional and cultural differences one finds within our 37-mil
A prominent UN agency has issued a warning that the globe is hurtling toward a long recession, a 40 million worldwide job shortage and an increase in large scale social unrest.
Do you endure a dead end job? The problem is not so much “corporate personhood,” but “people corporatehood.” The solution to America’s problems, and the planet’s problems, is to restore lawfully the balance of power to individual people.
Olsen, 24, is communicating with friends and family at his bedside by writing notes, but his injury is believed to have damaged the speech centre of his brain, according to Keith Shannon, who served with Olsen in Iraq.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Wall Street protesters around the country who are vowing to stand their ground against the police and politicians are also digging in against a different kind of adversary: cold weather.
Several thousand protesters in Cairo called on the ruling military on Friday to promptly transfer power to a civilian government and exclude old regime figures from politics.