Monthly Archives: April 2014
Michael Ruppert’s six part series Apocalypse, Man, put together by Vice TV late last year. Michael Ruppert died a few days ago, by his own hand. For those of you not familiar with him, he was a writer, activist and renegade–he’d been inside the Law Enforcement system and blown the whistle on criminality he […]
Whatever happened to the peace movement?.
Today was Tax day, so it was also War Tax Day. As I reported a few days ago, the venerable War Resisters League tax day protest kicked off in front of the IRS offices at 110 West 44th Street. It’s the largest anti-war protest I’ve seen in awhile–and that’s part of the problem. I don’t […]
It’s that time of year again. As I laid out last year, Tuesday is the day we all pay into the Federal tax system (most state income taxes are also due at this time, a subject for a different article). As usual, the New York Peace community will be out in force to remind […]
If you read this space, you know that I write about troublemakers. The three kinds of troublemakers I’ve written about are: Intentional troublemakers who expect prison time for their deeds. This is a relatively small group–the Plowshares activists come to mind. Their whole point is to be arrested in protest because the thing they’re protesting […]