As if American citizens weren't already completely awed and angry enought at the big banks and the corporate greed, recently released court documents have revealed that the Federal Reserve of New York decided to hand the Bank Of America another "secret" handout bailout in July, 2012, in spite of the already excessive national debt and highly illegal business practices of the bank that have left countless Americans homeless and living on the streets-
What Does "Reeducation Internment" (Concentration) Camps Have To Do With Democracy And Development In the US?Submitted by Dylan on Mon, 02/25/2013 - 12:48pm
Recently, documents have been leaked to the general public that outlines the Department Of Defense's (DOD) plan to build and operate "reeducation internment" camps for the purpose of "reeducating political dissidents" in the United States.
Conspiracy theory or conspiracy fact? You decide....
Lately a lot of posts have been showing up in my Twitter feed regarding the possible required implanting of an RFID chip under the skin of all Americans by the US Government in the next few years. The chip would be similar to the ones that can already be found in your ATM card and passport. These chips contain all of your personal information, and can be scanned and read from a distance.
The Department Of Homeland Security (or DHS) in the United States has recently purchased huge amounts of ammunition like has never before been seen in any Federal Agency in the United States; nearly 1.5 billion rounds of ammunition. These ammunition purchases have created cause for serious concern amongst many Americans. The right-leaning pundits such as FOX New say not to worry, all of this ammunition being purchased is for Federal Law Enforcement Agency "training."
The Niagara Gorge Rim is home to miles of stunning scenery and breathtaking natural features, attracting millions of visitors each year. Only there’s one thing in the way of the view: a freeway.
When I was at the New Partners for Smart Growth conference in Kansas City, I saw a speaker argue that walkability increases property values (a proposition I'm not taking a position on, at least not in this blog post). When someone asked about affordability, he suggested inclusionary zoning as a solution.