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Book Review of "Days of Rage" by Bryan Burrough

It’s interesting that Freddie Gray’s death in police custody (just read the Maryland state attorney’s statement that six policemen are charged in his death) and the resulting protests – and violence – in Baltimore and other cities across the U.S. 661 more words

Living The Bible

Days of Rage

Days of Rage is the new book by Bryan Burrough (he also wrote Public Enemies). The book is about the violent movements of the 1960s and 1970s. 117 more words


IF You Don’t Think Obama Won’t Send Us to FEMA Camps, Listen What To This Late FBI Agent | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

This terrorist help to launch Obama’s political career from his Hyde Park Chicago home.

This terrorist help to launch Obama’s political career from his Hyde Park Chicago home. 810 more words

Alternate News

Perception Management 101: While Thousands Gather to Reject Cuomo’s Proposals, the New York Post Babbles on About a Retired Radical

Since its inception, “education reform” has been almost entirely a product, not of public debates, but of public relations and perception management campaigns. Fueled by billionaires and corporations, propagated by a compliant corporate media often owned by the same billionaires, the premises of “education reform” have entered into the skulls of millions of Americans who are barely aware of how they even got there. 1,044 more words

American Insanity

Three Americans among dead in Palestinian attack on Jerusalem synagogue

Fox News, Nov. 18, 2014:

Three Americans were among four worshippers killed in a Jerusalem synagogue Tuesday by two Palestinians wielding meat cleavers and a gun and shouting “Allahu Akbar” in a brutal attack that prompted a vow from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to “respond harshly.” 1,169 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Days of quiet rage

Generating turnout at a movement event is hard work.  Grievances and injustice don’t make protest happen; rather, grievances allow an activist effort to resonate.

When Anonymous called for nationwide demonstrations on the Ferguson events, they… 220 more words