Monthly Archives: October 2012

Review: “One Nation Under Blood” by Tarrin Lupo

Posted on by Davi Barker

Tarrin Lupo has done it again. Tarrin is the author of a whole stack of books, most famously the “Pirates of Savannah” trilogy. I’m proud to say I had a small hand in proof reading his young adult novel “The … Continue reading

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End the Fed, Then What? Competing Currencies Explored

Posted on by Barry Donegan

Money Monday Over the past few years, countless Americans have awakened to the fact that their currency system was hijacked nearly a century ago by a private banking cartel. The Federal Reserve system, created in 1913, has systematically debased the … Continue reading

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8 Creative Ways to Deface Money

Posted on by Davi Barker

Let’s face it. There’s at least one great thing about inflation. It means the relative value of each individual monetary note keeps going down, and there’s a lot more of them around. And since paper is the quintessential arts and crafts material, … Continue reading

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Not All Propaganda Is Harmful

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Pop Friday Most people look at the term propaganda in a negative light. In recent history, architects of coercive messaging have largely done it to benefit themselves at the expense of others. For instance, American culture has been bombarded with … Continue reading

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TSA Hires a Child Molester

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When the TSA needs new agents to rummage through our personal belongings, take naked pictures of us, and occasionally sexually assault us, a basic background check is asking too much. 65-year-old Thomas Harkins was hired by the TSA to “serve” … Continue reading

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FBI Gone Wild: Anarchist Witch Hunt Comes to Portlandia

Posted on by Barry Donegan

Growing up, Americans hear stories of Joseph Stalin’s security forces snatching political dissidents in the night. Few realize the extent to which this is happening right here in the United States. Using mild property damage caused at the May Day … Continue reading

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The Best Animation Blooper Yet?

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I don’t think this needs a caption at all. It’s just distrubingly…HILARIOUS! //

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Green Party’s Jill Stein Crashes Debate, Gets Arrested

Posted on by Barry Donegan

Rebel of the Week At last night’s presidential debate, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney interrupted one another repeatedly despite having nearly identical views on the major issues of the day. The same vague topics were recycled from previous election years, … Continue reading

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6 Reasons to Hate Apple

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I’m not one to go after corporations when the Police State is on the rise. You can boycott corporations you don’t like. Trying to boycott the Police State will get you thrown in a cage. But Apple crosses some lines … Continue reading

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Was GT Fulford Killed for Funding Tesla’s Energy Experiments?

Posted on by Barry Donegan

Tinfoil Tuesday In 1905, George Taylor Fulford, one of the richest men in the world at that time, became Canada’s first official automobile accident fatality. Fulford was somewhat of an early version of a pharmaceutical baron, having made a massive … Continue reading

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