Occupied Tucson Citizen

Occupy Grand Juries

BY RED SLIDER Solzhenitsyn said it, Nobel winners said it, Mandela said it, everyone who has ever been persecuted, tortured or imprisoned by repressive, totalitarian regimes know it: THE ONE THING YOU MUST RESIST WITH […]

Oct, 29

Bus Riders Union Protests Possible Moving of Downtown Transit Center

BY GREG EVANS The Tucson Bus Riders Union put on an impressive show of force on Monday, October 22, when some sixty members and supporters turned out for a demonstration downtown to raise the alarm […]

Oct, 29

Occupy Stories: Kacee Dwyer

BY KACEE DWYER Exactly one year ago I got involved with the largest movement in human history. On October 15th 2011, people from all walks of life gathered in 87 countries and over 1600 cities […]

Oct, 29

Rigged Elections for Romney?

BY MICHAEL COLLINS A group of independent researchers caught a pattern of apparent vote flipping during the 2012 Republican primaries that consistently favored Mitt Romney. A form of election fraud, vote flipping occurs when votes […]

Oct, 29

The Limits of Language

BY DMITRY ORLOV Originally published at ClubOrlov—Ed Since this is the height of the political season, I have decided that it would make sense for me to say something about politics which, of course, doesn’t […]

Oct, 29

If the “War On Drugs” has Failed, is Legalization the Answer?

PAUL JAY INTERVIEWS LEIGH MADDOX AND PETER CHRIST The “War on Drugs” has helped create a situation where—from gangs to police to lawyers to jails—there are massive amounts of money to be made in sustaining […]

Oct, 29

Report on the Extrajudicial Killing of 120 Black People

PAUL JAY INTERVIEWS KALLI AKUNO The staggering number of black people killed by police is increasing. Every 36 hours a black person is executed without trial by police, security guards and self-appointed law enforcers. A […]

Oct, 29

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