Monthly Archives: October 2011

Welcome to the Occupation

When R.E.M. first released Document, the occupation might more readily have referred to the occupation of The White House by Ronald Reagan, or the colonisation of our minds by neoliberal economic doctrines and assurances that There Is No Alternative. Since … Continue reading

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Is this the future of civil liberties?

We’re not big fans of full body scanners ~ those funny machines that reveal your naked body to security personnel, could give you cancer, and don’t seem to do what they’re supposed to do. They’re not such a big problem … Continue reading

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Occupy Wall Street: the start of a movement?

You’ve heard about Occupy Wall Street, right? We sure hope so. Beginning on September 17th, protestors showed up in Zuccotti Park, formerly Liberty Park Plaza, and … well, they’ve been there ever since. What do they want? Same as the … Continue reading

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