Tag Archives: Classism

Stakeholders means property owners essentially, for whom the original constitution was drafted, not you.

When you see “stakeholder” it’s the brushoff. When government representatives hold hearings for stakeholders, they want to hear from monied interests and not you. Stakeholders are businesses and their periferal entities which may or may not include community members organized … Continue reading

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Now the shitkicker is on the other foot, will Bush Doctrine suffer?

This story is from the Yakima Herald: “YAKIMA, Wash. — Wyatt McNulty was listening to country music and waiting for a friend in the parking lot of the Social Security Administration building Monday morning when the magazine popped out of … Continue reading

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Ward Churchill speaks on which settler invasion wrote the book on Apartheid

Ward Churchill spoke in Tucson on Friday and Brenda Norrell has posted the footage. Watching the ex-CU professor speak, I can’t help but think about the university students’ loss. They’re missing the lamentably rarefied perspectives he offers of course, but … Continue reading

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