Tag Archives: corporate personhood

Before George Floyd—Dred Scott in Minnesota

“In 1857, on March 6th, Dred Scott was found to be “not a person.” This finding by the Supreme Court of the United States was ridiculed inside the country and abroad.”

Can the Left and Right Unite to End Corporate Rule? An Interview with Ralph Nader and Daniel McCarthy

From the article: Each side, the left and the right, is willing to let its own unfaithful allies get away with murder.

Rob Kall> Is The USA The Only Nation in the World With Corporate Personhood?

Is The USA The Only Nation in the World With Corporate Personhood? By Rob Kall   Posted: 02/ 8/2012    Huffington Post It’s not surprising to learn that no nation on earth enshrines in its constitution the right of corporate personhood. Mila Versteeg, associate law professor at the University of Virginia, is probably the only […]

Video> How to Reverse the Corporate Coup d’Etat> A Conversation with Lawrence Lessig and Chris Hedges

How to Reverse the Corporate Coup d’Etat A Conversation With Chris Hedges and Lawrence Lessig Monday 30 January 2012  TruthOut Chris Hedges and Lawrence Lessig, Yes! Magazine | Interview and Video  Protesters against Citizens United demonstrate outside the Sacramento Capitol, California, January 21, 2012. (Photo: Public Citizen) “We’ve undergone a corporate coup d’etat in slow motion. And it’s […]

Murdoch Playbook Revealed: Push for War, Fake the Results in Iraq & Murdoch Meltdown: Corporate Personhood

Two important articles from OpEdNews:  Progressive, Tough, Liberal News and Opinion OEN is now an RSS feed on WAMMToday.  Scroll down on the left-hand column under FAIR and find media articles and general articles. Click on the links below to read the articles. OpEdNews – Article: Murdoch Playbook Revealed: Push for War, Fake the Results […]

Real People on the Move Against Corporate Control

Real People on the Move Against Corporate Control by Polly Mann     WAMM Newsletter June 2011 Years and years ago I read about Vinoba Bhave, the so-called “Walking Saint of India” who has been compared to Mahatma Gandhi. He went from one Indian farm to another begging for a small portion of each farmer’s […]