Matt Agorist – Instead of addressing the actual problem of homeless people in the city by helping them, the city is choosing to start arresting them, ensuring a massive future problem.
John W. Whitehead – While we squabble over which side is winning this losing battle, a tsunami approaches.
John W. Whitehead – From the moment you’re pulled over, you’re at the mercy of law enforcement officers.
John W. Whitehead – How could this be happening right under our noses?
Gary ‘Z’ McGee – Ask yourself: would you rather be considered courageous and stupid or cowardly and smart?
John W. Whitehead – No longer does America hold the moral high ground as a champion of freedom and human rights.
Claire Bernish – The State is persecuting homelessness.
Isaac Davis – A return to these old-fashioned ideas would go a long way in healing the nation.
Isaac Davis – The latest crime fighting device is just plain inhumane.
Patrick Hilsman – What do veteran cops think about the epidemic of police shootings?
Gary ‘Z’ McGee – The authoritative system is the disease. Bad cops are merely a symptom.
John W. Whitehead – It’s hard to tell young people that we live in a nation that values freedom, which is governed by the rule of law.
David J. Krajicek – Are steroids to blame for so much police brutality?
Isaac Davis – Take a close look at the names and faces of those who’ve been killed by police in 2015.
Infographic – Only a small percent of victims of police brutality receive the justice they deserve. This infographic shows us why.
Video – Based on recent media attention, one might wonder, what’s with all the police violence? Are police officers really out of control?
Sam Mitriani – Before the 19th century, there were no police forces that we would recognize as such anywhere in the world.
Isaac Davis, Contributor Waking Times Few things are more disturbing than looking at the news each day to find yet another shocking case of American police officers using excessive brutality…
Andy Dilks, Staff Writer Waking Times In a recent article for Waking Times, Julian Wash suggested that the psychopaths running the show might as well be inhuman, discussing the apparent…
“One day of revolt — not rest! A day not ordained by the bragging spokesmen of institutions holding the world of labor in bondage. A day on which labor makes its own laws and has the power to execute them!”
The workers who struck on May 1 faced police bullets. Their leaders were hanged. Outraged, an international gathering of revolutionary workers declared that May 1 would become a worldwide day of resistance and revolution.