"Resistance was organizing and growing and the Tea Act was the final straw. The citizens of the colonies were preparing to throw off one of the corporations that for almost two hundred years had determined nearly every aspect of their lives through its economic and political power. They were planning to destroy the goods of the world’s largest multinational corporation, intimidate its employees, and face down the guns of the government that supported it."
Since December 5th, 2002 over 600 comments have been posted to the FCC Public Record, you should be part of this exploding electronic action! It is your right as an American Citizen to file comments with the FCC to curb media concentration.
When I heard FSRN begin referring: "to listen to the current news program and to hear archived news broadcasts visit www.fsrn.org' I thought it was simply a matter of pointing this out. According to Deepa Fernandes, the host, it's an effort for much needed support via www.fsrn.org sales and monetary donations. Also "critical of all signs" and ho wto complement some with independent refernces.
If another world is possible--then why can't anyone describe it in a way that is realistic? What is our vision of the future? Competing ideas exist among progressive activists. How do we sort out what is correct and overcome the "crisis of theory" that has paralyzed the movement for a better world? Our future world needs us to create today calm, scientific debate that is open to all activists. It is now happening ... The "Anarcho-Leninist Debate on the State" is beginning to take shape and attract talent ...