Tag Archives: Video

▶ In Rare Protest US Supreme Court Is Disrupted

Protester disrupts the Supreme Court over its Citizens United decision By Al Kamen  February 27th, 2014  www.washingtonpost.com  PopularResistance.org Above: Kai Newkirk in front of the US Supreme Court “Just released from jail after disrupting a Supreme Court session yesterday to raise up the voice of the vast majority of Americans who believe democracy should be […]

NDAA Indefinite Detention Bill Passes Senate After Rand Paul Calls It An ‘Abomination’

NDAA Indefinite Detention Bill Passes Senate After Rand Paul Calls It An ‘Abomination’ By Matt Sledge 12/21/2012  huffingtonpost.com The Senate passed a version of the National Defense Authorization Act that was stripped of a prohibition of the indefinite military detention of US citizens on American soil by an 81-14 vote on Friday, but only after […]

What is the Declaration of Internet Freedom? Why do we need internet freedom?

What is the Declaration of Internet Freedom? July 18, 2012  SavetheInternet.com Our responses to these frequently asked questions will give you some background about the movement to protect Internet freedom. You also might find it useful to print out this guide and share it with people who attend your event. Why do we need Internet […]

Bill Moyers> How Can Ordinary People Fight Citizens United?

How Can Ordinary People Fight Citizens United? February 1, 2012 Click here for the full video and transcript.

Coleen Rowley> A Rainy Day in D.C., Marching to Close Guantanamo

A Rainy Day in D.C., Marching to Close Guantanamo By Coleen Rowley   Posted: 1/17/12   Huffington Post It’s hard to know what to do, as mere citizens, to try and fix things so many years after the United States government decided it did not have to follow its own laws, the Geneva Conventions or […]

SOPA Vote Delayed, Allowing For More Corporate Fundraising From Censorship Bill

SOPA Vote Delayed, Allowing For More Corporate Fundraising From Censorship Bill Zach Carter     December 16, 2011    Huffington Post WASHINGTON — After two days of debate, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-Texas) abruptly halted a key hearing on the Stop Online Piracy Act, postponing a Committee vote on the bill until 2012. The […]