I personally lack the nerve and freedom to go to D.C. and join such a protest, but by analogy with the situation in Egypt and other countries, I can see why people feel forced to engage in such resistance.
Saturday, October 22nd – 5 PM. Lawrence Lessig, “The Corruption of Congress” Seattle Town Hall (downstairs hall; entrance on Seneca). 1119 – 8th Ave, Seattle 98101 (8th & Seneca) (tickets $5 – in advance or at the door) Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig is nationally acclaimed for speaking out in favor of campaign finance reform, […]
Last weekend I hosted a free screening of the movie Inside Job at the Kent Library. This documentary shows us how the financial industry pillaged the American economy during the Banking Crisis of 2008. One of the key causes of the Great Recession was the transfer of assets from the balance sheet of banks to […]
It’s up to us, we the people, if we want to save life on earth and build a better world for all. The 1% cannot and will not save us. They are afflicted with the deadly greed disease. The two major parties will not save us, the police and military will not save us; they […]