One prominent Democrat hopes that the electrical fire that gutted the Atlanta landmark OK Cafe burned up the carving of Georgia’s 1956 flag, complete with the controversial Confederate battle emblem, that… 1,306 more words
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“That is because it de facto transfers the real power in our societies from legitimate elected officials to officers of large corporations and of mega banks, and to owners of capital in general who, in turn, can use it to corrupt the political system to their advantage.
The City of Ottawa Planning Department’s Client Relationship Leader pilot project has come under criticism but it should be heralded as an innovation with the potential to save taxpayer money and foster needed economic development in our city. 267 more words
By Elisha Dorfsmith
If his previous book A Government Of Wolves was the appetizer, John W. Whitehead’s followup book Battlefield America is the main course. Where the former touched on how America is moving toward a police state, Whitehead’s newest shows us just how entrenched the police state is in America and tells story after story of how we are all suspects who are looked at as guilty until proven innocent. 342 more words