This story ran in the Ecologist magazine in May 2011, but only recently brought to the T-Room’s attention. It’s a must see for any who doubt corporate has become the “bestest” of friends with environmental/conservation nonprofits. Read full investigative report below the fold.
h/t Diana [Read more…]
Today is the 4th of July. A day American’s reflect on our nations independence from Britain, a monarchical form of government for which America’s Founding Father’s broke free. Yet, when one reflects over the last decade, and if so adventurous over the last 50+ years, one can rightly question whether our country’s course has been incrementally being redirected back toward such a tyrannical form of government.
Below are essays circulating alternative news media today which discusses, argues and/or debates America’s independence and our constitutional form of government. Bother yourself to read current thinking and when you’re done, ask yourself what you have done lately to continue to ensure your country, the United States of America, remains an independent, free and sovereign nation.
Let’s begin by listening to Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance lesson, a long-time favorite of the T-Rooms –
Two-hundred and thirty-five years after our first Declaration of Independence, true Americans in 2011 celebrate the preciousness of liberty with clarity and vision. Sobering questions about our future as a Republic, and our role as citizens in protecting our liberty permeate the air and each breath as the sights, sounds, and smell of celebration surround the senses.
In 2011, it is a time of reaffirmation, of spiritual awakening, of moral renewal…a realization that suddenly we are standing in the shoes of our Founders. The case for American redress having failed, it was then, and it is time now, for declaring a second wave of American independence. [Read more…]
Apparently the gov thinks the people are stupid. Oh well. Big clue, we’re not!
To read the transcript and other Corbett Reports click HERE