If one was looking to introduce themselves to Anarchism, they must take a different approach than one would for most political philosophies. It is not quite as simple as looking back into time, finding the first fellow who uttered the word, “anarchism,” and then tracing its trajectory and development. In this way, it is distinct [...]
this story has no beginning and no end this story belongs to everything, everyone there are countless stories within this story ours is the living story inherited from muck our story takes time one must listen closely to hear but a whisper countless beings the size of nothing try, try, and try again with the [...]
from LearnStuff.com If you’ve ever creeped your way through a corn maze at Halloween, you know how it can grab ahold of your imagination, turning benign stalks into monsters and discarded cobs into severed limbs. It’s just a trick of the light–but take a look at the ways that the U.S. uses corn, and you’ll [...]
Event Title & Host Art in Action (L’Art in Action) Website http://www.cinemapolitica.org/film/art-action When? Thursday, September 13th @ 6PM Where? Queer Youth Space | 911 E Pike St | Capitol Hill (ADA Accessible, please ring for ‘QYS’ when you arrive) Why? The folks of Cinema Politica, Queer Youth Space and guest artists to guide us through [...]
By Thaddeus Achilles Griffen In a time when we all have been lamenting the sheer silence coming out of the United States in the midst of War, Torture, an ever-growing economic crisis, and what appears to be a world-wide ecological meltdown; the events of May the 1st, 2012 stand as proof that Americans will not, [...]
August 23rd, 2012 marked 85 years since the execution of Sacco & Vanzetti, Italian-American anarchists never proven to be guilty. Even if they were guilty, we should NEVER let the state execute our fellow people. Our lives are far too precious to trust an impersonal federal government with. 85 years later, the Feds are enacting [...]
I just read a story of a fellow William Lobdell who spent 8 years as a religious writer for the LA Times, culminating in his departure from both his job and his religion. This story caught my attention because I have been meditating on god & religion quite a lot lately – I’ve been trying [...]
Ah, Ayn Rand. rest in peace. I haven’t read any of your books yet, but of course I’ve heard your name 1,000 times over. At the previous house I lived in, a copy of your Atlas Shrugged ended up being displayed as art. I suppose it was a sarcastic shrine to the influence your books have had [...]
US war on whistleblowers must end – Assange (VIDEO) — RT.
Protesting Chilean students occupy schools, block Santiago streets – The Washington Post.