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Eric Snowden Had a Breaking Point, Where He Decided to Risk It All to Fix This Country — What’s Yours?

Change starts with action, and each of us has a way to contribute.    By Kevin Zeese, Margaret Flowers AlterNet, JUne 14, 2013 When Edward Snowden reached his breaking point, the world saw the truth about the vast extent of spying by the NSA on Americans and people around the world. In an act of conscience, Snowden released secret …

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Washington, DC is Starting to See the Obvious

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Dissident Voice, June 12th, 2013 We are starting to see the early signs of a possible change in economic policy in Washington, DC. The recent jobs report showed no change in the unemployment rate, with a barely acceptable 175,000 jobs created.  The sad truth is the United States is …

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Be Prepared for the Inevitable and Unpredictable Mass Movement

People who seek justice and an end to militarism feel like they are laboring in relative obscurity, organizing seemingly unnoticed actions, but at some point a wave of mass resistance arises. Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com/Mohamed Elsayyed By Kevin Zeese, Margaret Flowers AlterNet, June 6, 2013  The surprise events in Turkey show how unpredictable mass movements are.  Turkey, which is …

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The Yin Yang Of Banking, Work, Wealth, And Health

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Albany Tribune, April 3, 2013 This week, the economy continues to reveal the failure of banking reform, how that failure may worsen and why we need to move toward a well-regulated, public banking system.  Reports continue to show a foundering “economic recovery” that is not producing sufficient jobs. More people …

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