Archive | October, 2012

Stenciled Anarchy "A" above the words Solidarity With Grand Jury Resisters, USA

Occupy Grand Juries

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN? 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 EVERY FIBER OF YOUR BEING IS TO NAME NAMES. Yet that is precisely what our grand jury system has been […]

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Bus Riders Union Rally at Ronstadt Center

Bus Riders Union Protests Possible Moving of Downtown Transit Center

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN 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 over negotiations that could lead to the closing of the downtown Ronstadt Transit Center. Indeed, though the Arizona Daily Star […]

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Kacee Dwyer holds sign that says, "Comfort the Disturbed"

Occupy Stories: Kacee Dwyer

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN 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 to show their discontent with the with the corporate control of our global society. On this day, millions of people […]

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Rigged Elections for Romney?

AGONIST.ORG 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 are changed from one candidate to another or several others during electronic voting and vote tabulation. Vote flipping is difficult to detect […]

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Painting shows two hooded figures: one is holding a bow against the neck of a third non-hooded man with a violin's "f-holes" on his shirt. The other is reading sheet music. An empty violin case is in the foreground with money inside.

The Limits of Language

CLUBORLOV 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 matter. And that, obviously, is a political statement. Last night was the third and final round of what are commonly believed to be debates involving the […]

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