DHS Is Employing Agent Provocateurs and Are Behind the Events In Ferguson

by Dave Hodges What the mainstream media is not reporting is beginning to leak out from local citizens in St. Louis and from an informant from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) who are all telling a different story than the one you are seeing on Fox, CNN and CBS. First, the locals are reporting […]

WTF People: Santa Cruz Police Department Partners with 7-Eleven Stores to Indoctrinate Kidz

by Santa Cruz Police News The Santa Cruz Police Department announced they will be partnering with 7-Eleven stores to launch “Operation Chill,” which is code for a program that attempts to affect the behavior of kids, and change their perception of the police department, by bribing them with free slurpees. operation_chill.jpg SCPD issued the press […]

One Nation Under SWAT

by Matthew Harwood Think of it as a different kind of blowback.  Even when you fight wars in countries thousands of miles distant, they still have an eerie way of making the long trip home. Take the latest news from Bergen County, New Jersey, one of the richest counties in the country.  Its sheriff’s department […]

Mass Murder az Political Marketing

News, analysis and commentary from the black left. by Dr. TP Wilkinson The CIA’s infamous program to crush the resistance to U.S. occupation of South Vietnam is largely remembered as a gigantic campaign of assassination that claimed tens of thousands of lives. However, the Phoenix Program is best understood as an extension of U.S. propaganda. […]

On Thiz Day In History (our story)

In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, police begin evacuating people from their Osage Avenue homes in order to prepare for an operation against MOVE, a radical cult group that had assembled a large arsenal. By the end of the confrontation, 11 people were dead and 61 homes had been burned down. The roots of the 1985 incident date […]

The Federal Marijuana Ban Iz Rooted in Myth and Xenophobia

The federal law that makes possession of marijuana a crime has its origins in legislation that was passed in an atmosphere of hysteria during the 1930s and that was firmly rooted in prejudices against Mexican immigrants and African-Americans, who were associated with marijuana use at the time. This racially freighted history lives on in current […]

“Let The Fire Burn” new documentary film about bombing of MOVE

  “This MASTERPIECE about an astounding and forgotten moment in recent American history SHOULD BE SEEN FAR AND WIDE.” – Filmmaker Magazine “Has THE FORCE AND INTRIGUE of a courtroom thriller…Ripples with URGENCY and MORAL COMPLEXITY.” In the astonishingly gripping Let the Fire Burn, director Jason Osder has crafted that rarest of cinematic objects: a […]

Chess vs. checkerz

by Abdul Olugbala Shakur Life is like a game of chess and checkers. Many of us play checkers. And many of us think we’re playing chess, but, in practice, we’re actually playing checkers. So it should be of no surprise to any of you when I say, most poor people play checkers, prisoners in particular. […]

‘Mass Incarceration on Trial’

Review by Judith Tannenbaum “Mass Incarceration on Trial,” by Jonathan Simon, professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley, is a new book (from The New Press) that talks about mass incarceration nationally, but focuses on California. The book should be of value to all California citizens for, as Simon writes, the decisions in […]