I grew up during the Vietnam War Protest Era. One word leapt out of that time to describe what the military was trying to do to the Vietnamese people - Pacification.
The funny thing is that strategy is back and is being used against the people in this country. What is disturbing is both conservative and liberals want to pacify us.
My husband and I are so moved by the MOVEMENT!! We just want to share the rock anthem we wrote for the protesters. Part of the inspiration for it was Thom talking about the power of "Eve of Destruction" in the 60's. Okay we ain't Barry Mcguire, but here you go! Lyrics pasted here : )
I just checked and so far only some 2,200 people have selected the billboard they prefer in support of the "Occupy" movement. Unless more people show support for the movement it just may fizzle out. It's not much to do and it may be exactly what's needed to encourage those actively engaged in the "Occupy" movement to keep up the pressure.
Thom, are you aware that dish is now charging a fee larger than either HBO or Showtime for freespeech. I just discovered it this morning. What is going on? I will try to catch you on the radio.
"Celebrity Circle", "Rare Talent", Philanthropy Concert, Economic Achievements?!?! Clinton's bullshitification of America.
Ever heard the expression "doth protest too much" or maybe simply "you are trying a little bit too hard, what's really going on?" Or my personal favorite "you're laying it on a little thick what are you trying to get away with?"
Columbus Day blows man ! The whole idea that Columbus "discovered " North America is so ignorant and self-centered it would be laughable if the results of his bumbling "treasure hunt" hadn't been so tragic for the MILLIONS of indigenous people who died as a result of the ensuing "activities". Christopher Columbus was no hero, and there is nothing to be proud of or celebrate about his "discovery".
America's leadership string - arguably two war criminals and a criminal of high finance. Yeah.
Probably a little bit old news but it evaded me.
She's brought on a deputy secretary of state for management and budgets from Wall Street (Morgan Stanley's Tom Nides).