Thursday, September 29, 2011

Ogden, Utah police first-in-nation to use surveillance blimp

A patrol car fitted with all of the police extras cost $40,000; a surveillance blimp will cost well below that -- possibly as low as $15,000; after that, it is $100 a week to keep it filled with helium and charge its electric batteries; the police in Ogden, Utah, decides this is a good deal


I wonder....

The measure of the state’s success is that the word anarchy frightens people, while the word state does not.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

NYPD Police Brutality during Occupy Wall Street

and did I mention ?.....

Saturday, September 24, 2011

What a beautiful morning ?

“I arise in the morning torn between a desire to enjoy the world and a desire to tear down the systemic structure that is destroying the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.”

Elwyn Brooks White

Activist Post Deleted

At mid-day on Friday, September 23, 2011, the popular alternative news blog,, was taken offline. Activist Post receives over one million views per month and has been hosted by Google’s Blogger since its founding in June 2010.

“We remain puzzled as to why Activist Post was erased completely by Google,” said chief editor and co-founder Michael Edwards. “When we tried to load our back-up file into our secondary Blogger account, that was blocked as well,” he added.
It remains unclear whether Google has acted to censor for their controversial reporting. Google is becoming somewhat notorious for clamping down on truth and liberty activists, of which Activist Post is known for.
“Clearly, this is a huge set back for us and the work we do,” said co-founder Eric Blair. “Our entire crew is working on resolving the issue and restoring the website. We certainly look forward to an explanation from Google.”



Friday, September 23, 2011

Monday, September 19, 2011

Friday, September 16, 2011

What happened to the Anasazi?

Toward the end of the Anasazi period they built and moved into the famous cliff houses which seem to provide great defensive capabilities, and yet there is little or no evidence of violent conflict.

Abruptly around 1300 AD, following several years of severe drought, the Anasazi seem to have abandoned their cliff house dwellings and dispersed.

The general consensus seems to be that their agrarian way of life had led to a population explosion, which coupled with poor farming methods had depleted the soil and other resources, just as a drought led to reduced harvests.

As a result, the Anasazi left their cliff homes and moved to new territories, probably along the Rio Grande and on the Hopi mesas.

Under this interpretation, today's pueblo Indians are the descendents of the Anasazi.

Oil Gateway


Stop the Flows

I didn't expect her to counter my plan with nakedness.

Prehistoric Ruins of the San Juan Watershed

The prehistoric Anasazi Culture of the American Southwest, also known in more recent times as Ancestral Puebloan, has its roots in the pre-agricultural Archaic period. In and around the Four Corners area, agriculture had its beginnings somewhere between 1000 B.C. and A.D. 400, during which time we see the emergence of the Anasazi as a cultural entity.


Thursday, September 15, 2011

‘See Something, Say Something’ Act protects snitches from prosecution

A new piece of legislation being backed by the National Association of Security Companies (NASCO) would encourage Americans to frivolously snitch on each other by
providing legal protection for people who report “suspicious behavior” to the authorities.

Activist Post

PSA - Drive Recklessly

Monday, September 5, 2011

The Illusion Of Choice

Friday, September 2, 2011