Category: Video

Jul 05 2017

NEIL YOUNG COMES THROUGH AGAIN!

This is so right on!  Good for today!    

Mar 31 2017

CELEBRATE OCCUPY

Occupy.com was born on April 1, 2012, with the publication of the Declaration of the Occupation, a document originally written and distributed by the New York City General Assembly at Occupy Wall Street in September 2011. Since the days of the Occupy movement, our media organization has continued to cover national and global issues through the …

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Dec 12 2015

The Earth Is Alive – Coast Salish Teachings

If you missed this event here it is BEAUTIFUL    

Oct 26 2015

LEAVE IT IN THE GROUND

After all, we may need some of it for that far future, if the human species lives that long.  

Oct 07 2015

10 Indian Commandments from the Great Spirit

   

Jul 23 2015

LISTEN TO THE CHILDREN

This is about as good as it gets.   How better to tell the truth than by song? ENJOY!

Feb 24 2013

Blockadia Rising: Voices of the Tar Sands Blockade

Blockadia Rising: Voices of the Tar Sands Blockade from Garrett Graham on Vimeo.

Feb 15 2013

== Too Big to Fail == Too Big for Trial == Too Big to Jail ==

What is the most important thing you need to do today? Consider using your “Share” button to take this video and its message “viral” as that most important thing. The issue addressed by doing this is this. == Too Big to Fail == Too Big for Trial == Too Big to Jail ==   Everyone …

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Feb 11 2013

Leaving Felons in Charge of the Banks

Originally published December 23, 2012 at therealnews.com, this Paul Jay interview with William K. Black, author of THE BEST WAY TO ROB A BANK IS TO OWN ONE, discusses “Too Big to Prosecute” aka “Too Big To Jail” YouTube version of the Interview is seen above, and the same video is available within the article below …

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Feb 10 2013

When We Kill Without Caring – a Bill Moyers Essay

Bill Moyers Essay: When We Kill Without Caring from BillMoyers.com on Vimeo. I’m Bill Moyers. This week, the New York Times published a chilling account of how indiscriminate killing remains bad policy even today. This time, it’s done not by young G.I.’s in the field but by anonymous puppeteers guiding drones by remote control against …

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