Despite drought afflicting almost the entire Western United States, elected officials do nothing to prevent the coming conflagration.
Elected officials invite voters to attend “hearings” about how they should spend taxpayers’ money, but then never listen to what their constituents say.
One only negotiates a contract if one cares whether or not anyone else signs it. Otherwise, one writes the contract to meet specific needs and others have the option of signing. Or not.
Police violence hasn’t abated despite more and more departments requiring body cameras and the Internet filled with videos of egregious police conduct.
It has now been eighteen years since the Iraq invasion, and I’m still not done raging about it. Nobody should be.
Until dismantling the current propaganda engine becomes something we focus on achieving, none of the more favorable agendas that benefit us will ever come to pass.
Caitlin Johnstone points out, during these unprecedented times, unprecedented things can happen and we can create a healthier world together.
Police reform requires starting over from the ground up. Anything less is just an adhesive bandage on a gaping, hemorrhaging, pus-filled wound.
Caitlin Johnstone suggests that you reject cliques and be your own revolution; attack the machine wherever you detect a weak point in its armor.
Journalists who believe they are empowered to invade other people’s lives and private property for clickbait and airtime don’t care whose lives they destroy.