Free speech is getting expensive in Wisconsin. Following demonstrations which drew 100,000 people to the Capitol, Gov. Walker proposed to require future protesters to pay in advance to stage an event and require liability insurance
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Cop Block co-founder Adam “Ademo Freeman” Mueller was indicted on felony wiretapping stemming from phone conversations he recorded with police and public school officials in New Hampshire. If convicted, he can serve up to 20 years in prison.
Early in October, staffers from the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of American History went through the Occupy Wall Street encampment in New York’s Zucotti Park collecting hand-made posters and other material to build up a record of the em
Sanitation officials said Wednesday that they expect to haul away 30 tons of debris from the Occupy L.A. encampment –- everything from clothing to heaps of garbage to oddball curiosities left behind by the protesters who lived at the City Hall tent c
More than 100 Occupy Wall Street protesters marched to a Midtown hotel on Wednesday night to protest a fund-raising event for President Obama.
Los Angeles city officials finally grew tired of Occupy LA protesters ignoring their eviction notice and moved in with police and crew in HazMat suits to clean up their camp.
A group of about 150-200 protesters were greeted by a strong police presence at the Westin Resort in Phoenix for the American Legislative Exchange Council meeting. The protesters were orderly, but police used pepper spray to move a group
Who, among these young protestors, could rightly have expected to be doused -- directly in the eyes -- with a purportedly "non-lethal" chemical weapon, simply for sitting there?
Police in Los Angeles and Philadelphia stormed Occupy Wall Street encampments under darkness Wednesday to arrest or drive out some of the longest-lasting protesters since crackdowns ended similar occupations across the country.
What's going on at the Public Banking Institute? Plenty! For a start, we are going to have a national public banking conference, planned to be in Philadelphia in mid-April, 2012. This conference is a direct result of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) mov
Mayor Villaraigosa served notice on Friday that Occupy Los Angeles is no longer welcome, the occupiers asked to leave by 12:01 AM Monday morning. This of course, caused angst and consternation amongst the occupiers, but it was by no means a surprise
Hundreds of thousands of youths demonstrated in cities across the country Saturday in opposition to an agreement last week that grants President Ali Abdullah Saleh immunity from prosecution in return for leaving office.
Following in the footsteps of New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg and Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa to name a few, Philadelphia’s top political executive Michael Nutter has given his local ‘Occupy’ protesters a notice of eviction.
More and more lately, it seems I find myself asking the question just how and when the ‘Occupy’ protesters in the U.S. will be considered a threat to America’s Homeland Security? And then of course, treated as such.
A massive demonstration was gathering strength in Cairo with tens of thousands of protesters chanting, "Leave, leave" rapidly filling up Tahrir Square.
Some demonstrators are planning to occupy retailers on Black Friday to protest "the business that are in the pockets of Wall Street."
Tens of thousands of Egyptians demanding an end to military rule packed Cairo's Tahrir square on Friday in the biggest turnout of a week of protests and violence that has killed 41 people.
Open Letter to Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi Posted on November 19, 2011 by crank 18 November 2011 Open Letter to Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi Linda P.B. Katehi, I am a junior faculty member at UC Davis. I am an Assistant Professor in the
Thanks to The International Libertarian for the following series of interviews with Occupy Philadelphia protesters. The three stars of the clip–a member of the Philadelphia Socialists, a unionist nurse, and a Karl Marx impersonator–are representative
Kuwaiti police Wednesday arrested at least one opposition activist over charges of storming parliament while other activists began surrendering voluntarily, their lawyer said.
Some 60,000 protesters from across Japan including a Nobel-prize- wnning author Kenzaburo Oe, gathered in central Tokyo for an anti-nuclear rally, urging the Japanese government to cut reliance on atomic power.
At least 33 people are dead today as Egypt’s military junta continues to move against civilian protesters who object to the idea that the military will retain unchecked power even after the convoluted multi-year series of elections takes place.
The online "hacktivist" group Anonymous published the personal contact details on Monday of a California university policeman who used pepper spray on protesters, and it urged supporters to flood him with phone calls and emails.
Photoshop file (.psd) of Christmas Card produced by the 10's of thousands and distributed all over New Hampshire during the holiday season of 2007
An Egyptian morgue official says the death toll has climbed to 35 during the third straight day of violence that has turned into the most sustained challenge yet to the rule of Egypt's military.
In a Police State Like Modern America, Even Peaceful Resistance Is Considered Violence and Cause for Even More Brutality
American Police Are So Brutal that the Egyptian Military Is Justifying Its Murder of Tahrir Square Protesters By Pointing to the Crackdown on Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Oakland calls for the blockade and disruption of the economic apparatus of the 1% with a coordinated shutdown of ports on the entire West Coast on December 12th.
It took more than two weeks, but we finally get to see the video of an Oakland police officer beating an Iraq war veteran with his nightstick, which left him with a lacerated spleen. The video was obtained by The Guardian newspaper in the United K