Tag Archives: freedom

Sara Thomsen: Freedom Song

Oh, blowing wind Where do we begin? Have you any answers now? Can you tell us how? Freedom Song Sara Thomsen Lyrics Oh, blade of grass Can I ask you Where is the road to peace? Tell me, please. Oh, singing bird What are the words To the freedom songs you sing? Oh, how they […]

Is It for Freedom? by Sara Thomsen

Children of the world, you have the right
To sing and dance, run and play, let your dreams take flight.
As the innocent die, you rulers carry the shame,
And if we stand idly by, we share in the blame.

Dorothee Benz: ‘We Need to Do Everything We Can on All Fronts’

“Three years in, [the Democrats] still haven’t understood that it’s not business as usual. Right? They’ve had to be pushed every step of the way to show any real resistance to the extent that they have.”

What Kind of Times Are These, by Adrienne Rich

“…our country moving closer to its own truth and dread…”

Song Around the World: Seeds of Freedom

“Be Ready.” “Last chance to Save Humanity”

American Society Would Collapse If It Weren’t for These 8 Myths, by Lee Camp

It’s time to wake up.

Philip Farruggio: Rollerball Amerika 2015

Cassius had said it most succinctly: “The fault dear Brutus is not in our stars but in ourselves.” By Philip Farruggio | NationofChange | Blog Post  February 4, 2015 You must see or revisit Norman Jewison’s 1975 film Rollerball starring James Caan as superstar player Jonathan E. In it, we see a world is no longer […]

Groups That Battled SOPA Reunite to Defend Internet

Groups That Battled SOPA Reunite to Defend Internet By Juliana Gruenwald   July 19, 2012 | 2:21 PM    National Journal Click here> What’s Wrong with the media? Many of the same groups and lawmakers that banded together to help derail earlier this year two anti-piracy bills have reunited to formally launch Thursday a new coalition to help fight future […]

Randall Amster> Averting the ‘Total Ruin’ of Institutionalized Injustice

Averting the ‘Total Ruin’ of Institutionalized Injustice by Randall Amster    April 3, 2012    Common Dreams  As a parent, I tend to keep one eye on the present and another on the future. I also keep one (the third eye, perhaps?) on the past, since we need to know where we’ve been to know where we’re […]

Occupy Wall Street not Palestine by Mira Dabit from Ramallah

Occupy Wall Street not Palestine by Mira Dabit from Ramallah Submitted by Crystal Zevon on Tue, 02/28/2012   OccupyPeaceHouse.org In the heart of a revolution transcending one locale, what connects us? That question looms deep in my mind as I walk through the streets of Ramallah, a city I know so well. I look ahead and am […]