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Mutual Aid: The Next Step Forward

Almost right after being elected, the Trump Administration began issuing Executive Orders. Two of these came out January 25th, Executive Order: Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements… 1,894 more words

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Where are all the young people?

We keep saying “it’s our future” yet we don’t go to the protests

Recently, my parents attended a talk, ‘Brexit – What’s next?‘, hosted by… 854 more words


Do protests work? Only when gutless politicians or company owners fold like deck chairs

Apparently, protests work: Taking part in direct protest action for an environmental cause can generate attention and headlines, but do they prompt change? Environmental protests have been a common sight in New Zealand in recent years – in January, protesters chained themselves to a Fonterra factory gate, while Greenpeace protesters occupied the ocean research ship…

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Some places I've been lately

So, blogging has fallen by the wayside in the last month or so. I was in Milwaukee all last weekend, my dad was visiting the last few days, work has been extra busy, and sometimes, I dunno, I just don’t feel like sitting down and writing here. 215 more words


Anti-Trump Protests Are a Right, And An Important One at That

The day after Trump was elected, there were people protesting in cities across the country. People were protesting the day after that as well. You’ll also recall the protests that took place in airports across the country after Trump introduced his immigration ban. 281 more words


Idiots, Drugs, and Mech Metaphors

Ok, most people who are reading this for some happy fuzzy thing may want to leave now.

It is your funeral otherwise.

So living another day I would like to tell you something. 1,182 more words

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Good-bye Freedom of Speech and the Right to Peaceful Assembly

There are so many things to write about right now, such as the massive leak of CIA documents on Wikileaks, or Trump’s new executive order on immigration, but what I’d like to focus on this week is the numerous laws being proposed in various states, which challenge the right to free speech and peaceful assembly. 1,052 more words