MONTPELIER, Vt. — The protesters gather at noon every Friday in front of the Montpelier post office, sharing signs made up years ago to tell the...
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Positive social change does not come from only wishing for it or spending just a few months on it. There is no greater task for any of us -- all of us -- than figuring out how to survive the political and environmental crises of this era.
As I made my way down to Zuccotti Park, I had clearly misjudged the mood of the moment and the pent-up feelings of frustration that the Occupy Wall Street movement has unleashed.
I hope "Occupy Wall Street," the current street marchers, add to their litany of grievances: demanding our getting out of Iraq and Afghanistan this year.
This Friday, October 7, 2011, marks 10 years since the United States invaded Afghanistan in the name of the "War on Terror." Where do we go from here?
Imagine what would happen if a massive popular movement of ordinary Americans decided to voice their concern about military spending -- by withholding $10.40 from their 1040 tax forms this year?
Thousands of protestors marched against the Iraq war in Los Angeles on Saturday as part of a global day of action that drew huge crowds in London and ...
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