Monthly Archives: February 2013
Incredible. Watch as a Native guy nails jello to the wall…and makes it stick: It’s “just pictures”. Unbefuckinglievable. Yeah…just pictures of kids being subjected to adult sexual whims before their time. No biggie! Oh, and he’s been on the NAMBLA … Continue reading
Venezuelan protesters attacking the office of the ruling Acción Democrática party in San Agustín during the Caracazo, 1989. Photo: Venezuelanalysis. Right now, Venezuela is remembering one of the worst episodes in its history: the Caracazo riots of 1989. Over a … Continue reading
Hey Harpo, see what happens when you throw your robocall scapegoats under the bus on a channel that was supposed to be your permanent mouthpiece? Michael Sona, a former Conservative staffer linked to the Guelph robocall by Sun News Network, … Continue reading
Yes, pipelines absolutely ARE a civil rights issue. Just ask anyone, native or or not, black or white, whose land is being expropriated by corporate interests without so much as a by-your-leave.
Did I not say a little while back that Evo was pissed at Sebastián Piñera for making promises he had no intention of keeping? And that he got on better with Ollanta Humala? Why yes, I did. And lo and … Continue reading
It’s been a year today that Trayvon Martin was murdered. It was his 18th birthday a short while back, and he wasn’t there to celebrate it. Meanwhile, his killer is still trying to make out like Trayvon was somehow “asking … Continue reading
Here, have my earworm: Don’t worry, it’s a keeper.
Crappy weekend, everyone! And congrats to Mississippi for finally officially recognizing what the rest of the Free World (and I use that phrase advisedly) has known for, oh, only about 160 years or so. Jeebus, with this much forward thinking, … Continue reading
The president of Bolivia gets together with Eva Golinger on her talk show, “Behind the News”, to talk about everything from soup to nuts…or in this case, from quinoa to imperialism. Here’s a short summary for those who don’t speak … Continue reading
And anthropology is the poorer for it. D’oh.