Tag Archives: Ebola

Wired: 2014 Kinda Sucked: A Look at Our Slow Descent Into Dystopia

Mirror, mirror on the wall, what’s the most dystopian image of them all…read to the end for the MOA #blacklivesmatterminneapolis protest to see the image and story.

Yes! — 10 Ways Human Rights and Democracy Won in 2014 (Yeah, You Heard That Right)

Let’s be honest: It was a brutal year for human rights. But we still have victories worth celebrating. by Sarah van Gelder  Yes! Magazine  December 29, 2014 Ferguson, Missouri. October, 2014. Photo by Sarah-Ji. In 2014, we saw a lot of brutality. Unarmed black men and women were killed by police, women were raped on college […]

Cartoon: Eruption of Political Fear Mongering

Monte Wolverton, Cagle Cartoon Posted on Nov 3, 2014  Truthdig.com

National Priorities Project: Monster Mash-Up of Tools/Resources for the Election and Beyond

In honor of Halloween, and with Election Day just four days away, we bring you a “monster mash-up” of tools and resources to help you connect how hot-button federal budget and spending issues play into this election. Read up before you vote and share with your friends! Return of the Living Deadline On December 11, […]

▶ Thom Hartmann: Thom discusses the renewed protests in Ferguson, MO with Radio Talk Show Host and Activist Joe Madison, Columbus Day, and more…

Published on Oct 13, 2014 Thom discusses the renewed protests in Ferguson, MO with Radio Talk Show Host and Activist Joe Madison, whether budget cuts at the NIH are hurting the U.S. response to Ebola with David Laska of the New York State Republican Party and how feminism and peep shows go together with Journalist […]