Occupy Austin rejects the passing of SDAA and calls for immediate repeal! Austin Occupiers create a street scene protest scenario to mimic the “disappearance” and or the indefinite imprisonment of US citizens without fair trial. We are blessed with some
Rally & March Protesters gathered at 11th and Congress in front of the Texas State Capitol to protest the 2012 NDAA which includes a provision to allow for the indefinite detainment of American Citizens without giving a cause for detainment.
Three Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested and four issued summonses in Grand Central Station, where approximately 150 demonstrators formed a “flash mob” to protest President Obama’s signing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
Protesters affiliated with “Occupy The Caucus” held a symbolic “die-in” at the Renaissance Des Moines Savory Hotel in Iowa on Monday afternoon to protest the National Defense Authorization Act and corporate influence. Twelve people were arrested.
National Defense Authorization Act puts more than 600 billion more dollars towards defense for fiscal year 2012, an amount in itself that deserves questioning, and yet never gets it. But what deserves to be highlighted even more this year is
The popular music network MTV has recently released commercials depicting modern day Martial Law in the United States, making comparisons to 20th century/WWII concentration camps. Surprisingly this doesn’t come days after a recent controversial provision in the NDAA act for