The North Dakota Access Pipeline protests rage on. The latest comes today when a Dakota Access company resumed construction of its pipeline that is said to run under the Missouri River after requests from Army Corps were ignored to wait as they assess re-route options. The protesters call themselves water protectors. The Missouri is their main source of water and they are protecting the land, water, and air of ancient native burial grounds. Camps formed back in April and protests began in August.
Now Anonymous has another message for the world, this time to Donald Trump, urging him to do what no other US leader has attempted in some time: create unity and peace.
Whether you voted for Clinton or Trump or were Rand Paul, Bernie Sanders supporters or even backed that (anything but) Libertarian Party, you sided with morality brands. A lot of them carried more or less identical messages, when boiled down.
It is possible to discuss politics (and religion) without starting a fight, when we understand how it is possible to heal social rifts with moral psychology. “Happiness comes from between. It comes from getting the right relationship between yourself and others, yourself and your work, and yourself and something larger than yourself.” — Jonathan Haidt If […]
Some of the anti-Trump protests in the US have been organized by groups that were sponsored by Clinton sympathizer and billionaire George Soros.
Among Wikileaks’ Podesta emails was a strategy document involving the Soros-supported MoveOn.org and grassroots organizing and funding.
Since protesters are now actually calling for war and death, if Obama, Clinton, and Sanders really loved America, these three would use their influence to ease the transition and call for peace. Instead, one must wonder if the rumors about a Soros-funded, Clinton-approved Purple Revolution to destabilize America are about to become our new reality.
According to new voter turnout statistics from the 2016 election, 47 percent of Americans voted for nobody, far outweighing the votes cast for Trump (25.5 percent) and Hillary (25.6 percent) by eligible voters.
Through calls and emails to elected officials, as well as memes on social media, we should be encouraging Trump to end interventionism and go after the Fed… And, to truly revamp society, we need to build a movement: a parallel society within the society
This is about lifting the veil on a system that we have to choose to no longer stand for. Despite these revelations, which will be discussed within this article, there are still many people watching, believing, and feeding into all of the drama and distraction that takes place…It’s time for us to wake up to a few facts about politics that clearly show how the entire system is broken, and how we must begin discussing different options.
What it means for our nation is bringing us back from the brink of World War III with Putin over Syria over the Ukraine and end to the TPP. What it means is dismantling of the executive orders that Obama signed. What it means is revising repealing or doing away with Obamacare entirely, saving American families in the middle class from economic destruction…
Marijuana has proven to be a great income booster for the states that have legalized it. Find out which states made recreational use legal in last night’s election.
If ever there was a repudiation of “The Establishment,” this was it. This is not so much an embrace of Donald Trump as it is a repudiation of everything Establishment for the past two decades, especially Clinton, the living embodiment of Everything Establishment.
It turns out that several money bundlers for Hillary Clinton—Fredrick D. Schaufeld, Karen Schaufeld, Sonjia Smith, Michael Bills—donated significant sums to Jill McCabe, who was running for the state senate in Virginia, in 2015. Well, Jill McCabe’s husband is an assistant FBI director, Andrew McCabe, who was involved in the Hillary email scandal investigation. You know, the investigation that falsely exonerated Hillary.
Election 2016. What will change and what won’t change after today’s vote? Foreign policy? Fed? Media? Congressional authority? Economy? Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams offer their predictions (including some positives).
“The right to receive and impart true information is the guiding principle of WikiLeaks – an organization that has a staff and organizational mission far beyond myself. Our organization defends the public’s right to be informed. This is why, irrespective of the outcome of the 2016 US Presidential election, the real victor is the US public which is better informed as a result of our work.” – Julian Assange