Abolishing The U.S. Government: Carl Gibson on our “Moral Obligation” To Abolish It

http://youtu.be/TNDZgLwFGmc Abolish it on Facebook Interview with Carl Gibson, who is organizing towards an August 3 convergence on The National Mall to do nothing less than Abolish the U.S. government. Carl Gibson is co-founder of US Uncut, a grassroots anti-austerity group that mobilized ten of thousands of activists in the months leading up to Occupy [...]

American Autumn to screen in Washington DC

DC Premiere @ Busboys and Poets, August 20th The Washington, DC premiere of American Autumn: an Occudoc will take place at Busboys and Poets (5th and K, NW) on Monday August 20th. Presented by Code Pink. Doors open at 7pm and admission is free. Cash bar and full dinner menu available. Join and share the facebook event [...]

Occupy the Dream Kicks off in DC: “Occupy 2.0”


NYCmarch2DC – “Why Can We Not Share A Few Steps Together?”

After 14 days covering 240 miles on foot, the Occupy Wall Street March reached Washington D.C.. During a general assembly held at McPherson Square, a few marchers shared their stories. Meet Ragu: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0IR7TPNhTo According to the NYCmarch2DC website: A major draw for this march is for other people to get on board and start walking; [...]

Obama’s MLK Problem

I bet Dr. Martin Luther King Jr would have traded a memorial for a world in which his country did not hold the title of undisputed greatest purveyor of violence in the world for – wouldn’t you? And yet, along with the celebration, at the dedication of the MLK memorial (now being rescheduled due to [...]

Reform, Revolution or Radical Transformation?

(a re-post from the old site- No Cure For That/ August, 2011)The system is broken. How to fix it?