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A Letter to Young Cops

“My understanding of policing a free, democratic society is that we make it work from the bottom up. If police are disrespectful to others, mean-spirited, un-just, cut corners, issue false reports, engage in “testi-lying,” or are quick to use physical force, we rip the fabric which is America.

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As Israeli arms company Elbit expands, activists’ resistance grows

By Eliza Egret and Tom Anderson

The number of Palestinians who have been killed or maimed in Gaza during the Great Return March protests continues to rise. 78 more words


Die Linke

Einen Artikel über Rechts und Links muss ich noch bringen, dann ist damit Schluss und ich konzentriere mich auf Wertesysteme und Menschen. Politik ist dann vorbei. 1,046 more words


Wall Street bonuses shrink for second year in a row, report says

By Leslie Picker

Wall Street shot callers will see smaller paychecks this year, 5 to 10 percent lower, according to an annual report to be released on Monday by Johnson Associates, a compensation consulting firm. 779 more words

L'etat C'est Moi

It is the 50th anniversary of the student and worker protests in France.  I spent some time looking at the legendary posters from that period, and wanted to apply that to today.  39 more words

Political Art

Ramble: It's a Big Club and You Ain't In It

Originally published on December 19, 2012 on occupy.com

In his 2006 HBO special “Life is Worth Losing,” George Carlin presciently noted: “They call it the American dream, because you have to be asleep to believe it.” 1,229 more words

(Lack Of) Accountability

Fat Rocket Man

I have drawn a few illustrations relating to the current administration, some of which might be construed as less than charitable.  There may be some truth to that, but I do try to keep the comments respectful.  63 more words