Expendable People: Economics, a “Murderous Science”

By John Kozy Global Research, October 29, 2013 The English who settled America brought English culture with them. The colonies were nothing but little Englands. When the colonists revolted, they were merely trying to get free of the tyrannical English monarchy, not trying to change the culture. They were perfectly happy with the English way … Continue reading Expendable People: Economics, a “Murderous Science”

Is Privacy Dead? 4 Government and Private Entities Conspiring to Track Everything You Do Online and Off

AlterNet / By David Rosen The police-corporate surveillance “complex” is being consolidated, drawing ever-closer corporate tracking and government surveillance. September 10, 2012  | Americans' personal privacy is being crushed by the rise of a four-headed corporate-state surveillance system.  The four “heads” are: federal government agencies; state and local law enforcement entities; telecoms, web sites & … Continue reading Is Privacy Dead? 4 Government and Private Entities Conspiring to Track Everything You Do Online and Off

D.C. Court Upholds Arrest of Protesters at Supreme Court

D.C. Court Upholds Arrest of Protesters at Supreme Court Posted by ShereeKrider Friday, 17 December 2010 20:53 Legal Times of Washington December 16, 2010 D.C. Court Upholds Arrest of Protesters at Supreme Court The District of Columbia's highest court today unanimously upheld the conviction of six protesters who were arrested in January 2007 on the … Continue reading D.C. Court Upholds Arrest of Protesters at Supreme Court

Death Penalty Goes on Trial in North Carolina

By NATHAN KOPPEL Kenneth Bernard Rouse was sentenced to death after a jury found him guilty in 1992 of fatally stabbing 63-year-old Hazel Colleen Broadway. Police found her body in a North Carolina convenience store, the knife still in her neck. Associated Press Kenneth Bernard Rouse, in an undated photo, has challenged his death sentence … Continue reading Death Penalty Goes on Trial in North Carolina

In the Rearview Mirror, Oklahoma and Death Row

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/11/us/11land.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1&emc=eta1 By DAN BARRY Published: August 10, 2010 MONTGOMERY, Ala. Related Times Topic: Dan Barry Nicole Bengiveno/The New York Times Stanley Washington, an Equal Justice Initiative caseworker, served 14 years in prison. Readers' Comments Readers shared their thoughts on this article. Read All Comments (131) » You can never come back, ever. If you plead … Continue reading In the Rearview Mirror, Oklahoma and Death Row

With the Poor Still Starving, India Rethinks Safety Net

By JIM YARDLEY Published: August 8, 2010  http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/09/world/asia/09food.html?_r=1&partner=rss&emc=rss&src=ig With the Poor Still Starving, India Rethinks Safety Net Lynsey Addario for The New York Times Meera Damore sat with her severely malnourished 1-½-year-old son, Pappu, in a hospital in Jhabua. JHABUA, India — Inside the drab district hospital, where dogs patter down the corridors, sniffing for … Continue reading With the Poor Still Starving, India Rethinks Safety Net

Talking about HEARD A PIN DROP

  Quote HEARD A PIN DROP  JFK'S Secretary of State, Dean Rusk, was in France in the early 60's when DeGaule decided to pull out of NATO.  DeGaule said he wanted all US military out of France as soon as possible.   Rusk responded, "Does that include those who are buried here?"  DeGaule did not respond.  You could have heard a pin drop.   When in England, at a fairly large … Continue reading Talking about HEARD A PIN DROP

Tell Virginia to Stop Persecuting Religious Prisoners With Long Hair

What would happen if prisons required you to denounce your faith upon entry? That's what's happening in Virginia, where people first entering prison get their heads shaved — whether willingly or by force. No exceptions for people whose religions ban such styles. If you allow your hair to grow back, you are sent into isolation … Continue reading Tell Virginia to Stop Persecuting Religious Prisoners With Long Hair

THIS WEEK on CHANGE.ORG Cities Criminalize Homelessness

  (Comment:  This particular petition is for Boulder, CO, but it could be anywhere in the U.S.  With job losses and increasing unemployment, and lack of health insurance could put any one of us on the street at any time.  Don’t ever think that it can’t happen to you. Smk ) Last November, a homeless … Continue reading THIS WEEK on CHANGE.ORG Cities Criminalize Homelessness

Public Concerns and Meets with Community Members on the BP Oil Spill

From: U.S. EPA <usaepa@govdelivery.com> Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 12:25:33 -0500 (CDT) Subject: BP Oil Spill Response Update EPA Addresses Public Concerns and Meets with Community Members on the BP Oil Spill One of the most important elements of the federal government response to the BP oil spill is the involvement of the community. In … Continue reading Public Concerns and Meets with Community Members on the BP Oil Spill

Kevin Costner Helps Fight Oil Spill

NEW ORLEANS -- Actor Kevin Costner was in New Orleans on Thursday with a machine that extracts oil from water, New Orleans TV station WDSU reported. He said he's ready to go to work to help clean up the Gulf oil spill. The world-famous actor and environmental activist said he's not here to talk the … Continue reading Kevin Costner Helps Fight Oil Spill

Kentucky supports WV Coal Miners and their Families

After watching the news this morning, I thought it was important that the WV Coal Miners and their Families know that we are praying for them and support them in their time of need. (As reported by ABC News) The West Virginia community rocked by a massive mine explosion that killed 25 people are holding … Continue reading Kentucky supports WV Coal Miners and their Families

The Venus Project Foundation

  The Venus Project Foundation     The Venus Project Foundation Welcome The Venus Project Foundation is an educational, non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable national organization based in Manhattan, New York City. We are dedicated to the defense and promotion of human rights, abolition of female and child slavery, female rights, gender equality and environmental protection measures.We … Continue reading The Venus Project Foundation

Fw: Response from Congressman Yarmuth

  ShereeKrider@USMJParty.org   http://www.ShereeKrider.Com Sheree M KriderFree Lance Writer ShereeKrider.ComPO Box 18006Louisville, KY 40261 smkrider@insightbb.com tel: fax: mobile: 502.290.9182502.290.9182502.797.3225 Want to always have my latest info? Want a signature like this? ----- Original Message ----- From: Congressman John Yarmuth To: smkrider@insightbb.com Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 12:51 PM Subject: Response from Congressman Yarmuth May 21, … Continue reading Fw: Response from Congressman Yarmuth

The United States Marijuana Party

Saturday, 24 May, 200805:33:51 PM   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Marijuana_Party   The above link to Wikipedia states the following:   The United States Marijuana Party (or US MJP) (MORE POPULARLY KNOWN AS: U.S. MARIJUANA PARTY) is a cannabis political party in the United States. It was founded in 2002, specifically to end the war on drugs and to … Continue reading The United States Marijuana Party

Fw: Unfair Immigration Laws – Website

  http://www.ShereeKrider.Com Sheree M KriderFree Lance Writer ShereeKrider.ComPO Box 18006Louisville, KY 40261 smkrider@insightbb.com tel: fax: mobile: 502.290.9182502.290.9182502.797.3225 Want to always have my latest info? Want a signature like this? ----- Original Message ----- From: Deborah To: smkrider@insightbb.com Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 11:01 PM Subject: Unfair Immigration Laws - Website I am writing a hard … Continue reading Fw: Unfair Immigration Laws – Website