The Supreme Court Dropped The Ball On The Right To Protest

In recent months, US cities have seen widespread protests denouncing police brutality against unarmed Black people. Local and national law enforcement agencies, responding to crowds of [...]

The High Cost Of Insurance Profits

By Peter Dolack for Systemic Disorder. You could not devise a worse health care system than that of the United States if you tried. By far the most expensive, with among the worst [...]

Decriminalize Dissent

By Cecily McMillan, -

By Cecily McMillan in Al Jazeera - Yet, from Lower Manhattan to Ferguson, Missouri, and from Occupy Wall Street to Black Lives Matter, such nonviolent movements continue to be met with [...]

Denver Court Bans Protests At Courthouse Over Jury Nullification

By Ethan M. Long, -

By Ethan M. Long for Rebel News - There is a battle brewing in Denver, CO. between the City, the Second Judicial District Court, and protesters. The problem: a controversial court order issued on [...]

Radical Dreams: The Democracy Movement, Plan For Revolution

By Jack Balkwill, -

It is time to declare independence again, this time not from a king, but from ruling Forces of Greed (FOG). This column is a blueprint for a citizen revolution. We have more individual wealth [...]

Landmark Settlement In DC Will Improve Policing Of Protests

By Staff, -

After more than 12 years of class-action litigation, the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) has reached an unprecedented settlement with the Justice Department and the Department of the [...]

Newsletter – Overcome Fear With Love

Instead of taking action to prevent or mitigate the next crisis, politicians are causing more harm as they work hand in hand with the wealthy elites who are trying to grab even greater power and [...]

Countries Around World Are Revoking Freedom Of Assembly

By Willie Osterwell, -

On March 26, without much fanfare or attention from U.S. media, the Spanish government ended freedom of assembly. In the face of popular opposition (80 percent of Spaniards oppose it), the upper [...]

Charges Dismissed For Four Hancock Drone Protesters

By Judy Bello, Ed Kinane, John Honeck, Julienne Oldfield, Andrew Schoerke, -

On April 1, 2015 in the DeWitt Town Court, after hearing about 90 minutes of motions, Judge Robert Jokl dismissed all charges against four defendants charged following protests at Hancock Air [...]

The Flood Wall Street Not Guilty Verdict Changes Policing

For the first time, a New York judge gave judicial notice to the realities of climate change as he exonerated ten protesters on freedom of speech grounds. Judge Robert Mandelbaum found the Flood [...]

Activists RespondTo NYPD Attempts To Thwart #BlackLivesMatter

By Peter Rugh, -

“We understand now that we have mass power,” said Jordan, who pointed to the indictment Tuesday of Officer Peter Liang for the November shooting death of Akui Gurley in a Brooklyn housing [...]

Bratton-de Blasio Back Off Machine Guns, Create Protest Task Force

By Rocco Parascandola, -

On Monday NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton announced a new heavily armed, machine gun carrying special force that would be used to fight civil disturbances and protests as part of an anti-terrorism [...]

Thousands Rally Across The Nation To #ReclaimMLK

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

Over 50 Cities Nationwide Rally Against Police Abuse and For Racial Justice on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Thousands of people across the country took to the streets to reclaim the legacy of [...]

Exposing The FBI

By Lawrence S. Wittner, -

The Burglary tells the story of how, on March 8, 1971, in the midst of the Vietnam War, eight peace activists broke into an FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, in an effort to discover whether the [...]