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Grand Jury Investigation Targeting Pacific Northwest Anarchists Dates Back to March 2

Breaking News: Grand Jury Investigation Targeting Pacific Northwest Anarchists Dates Back to March 2 by Mike New information has emerged about the grand jury targeting Pacific Northwest anarchists. Documents provided to Eugene, Oregon’s Civil Liberties Defense Center (CLDC) indicate that the grand jury, which many had guessed had been convened as a result of May … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 9/18/12-9/24/12

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Vice: The Innocence of White People POOR Magazine: Occupy Was Never 4 Me- (1 Yr Later) Get Your Ass Out to Texas and Fight the Tar Sands Pipeline! In Which My Worlds Super-Collide Tides of … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 9/10/12-9/17/2012

Happy birthday, Occupy Wall Street! A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. OWS: WATCH LIVE: #S17 Live updates from The Guardian: Occupy Wall Street protests return for one-year anniversary Democracy Now: Monday, September 17, 2012 The Nation: Occupy, After Occupy Jacobin: Debt: … Continue reading

Back Page Art & Quote

Drawing by Emily  Revolution is the creation of new living institutions, new groupings, new social relationships; it is the destruction of privileges and monopolies; it is the new spirit of justice, of brotherhood, of freedom which must renew the whole of social life, raise the moral level and the material conditions of the masses by … Continue reading

Dear Emma

Dear Emma, Do you think anarchists should always tell people they are anarchists? With social networks like Facebook, it feels like everyone has a public identity because so much personal stuff can be unearthed by strangers so easily and for such a long time afterwards. Because I don’t choose to reject capitalist-controlled society, I sometimes … Continue reading

Home Is Where Our Hearts Are

When we engage in revolutionary work, we’re acting from a deep place of caring: caring for ourselves, for our fellow humans, for the planet—sometimes all of these, sometimes just one.  At times, we forget to care for ourselves and at others we are only motivated by the pain we carry.  Whatever the mix, the righteous … Continue reading

The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin

When I first heard Corey Robin speak on radio shows such as Behind the News with Doug Henwood and Against the Grain I was immediately intrigued by his critical insight and originality. After reading his blog for several months, I finally had the pleasure of reading his book, The Reactionary Mind. While most of its … Continue reading

Sending Seeds of Revolt Out on the Wind

My house was raided by the FBI and Joint Terrorism Task Force last month. Like an anonymous comrade who is laying low to avoid a subpoena, I want to make it very clear that I am not a victim. As an anarchist I am opposed to the state in its entirety – it is my … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 9/4-9/10/12

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. WSJ: Debtor Arrests Criticized WSJ: Are Debtors’ Prisons Coming Back? The Atlantic: Fear of a Black President Counterpunch: Keep Portland White! Green is the New Red: Debunked: Prosecutors and Press Calling a Militia Cell “Anarchists” … Continue reading

Weekly Link Roundup August 27th-September 3rd

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Software Meant to Fight Crime Is Used to Spy on Dissidents The Conservative Lorax China in Revolt It’s Not Rhetoric to Draw Parallels with Nazism Gimme the Loot