Daily Archives: November 3, 2011

This Is What the First Amendment Looks Like From ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)


This Is What the First Amendment Looks Like From ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)

This Is What the First Amendment Looks Like From ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) (Click Here to access the article at ACLU)

Me and Bobby McGee: Janis Joplin (“Freedom is just another word for nothing left to loose”)


Lay Down (Candles in the Wind): Melanie


We Shall Overcome: Joan Baez


I’ll follow the Sun: the Beatles


“Norwegian Wood (This Bird has Flown)”: The Beatles


Jacques Brel : Les Bourgeois


Jacques BREL, Georges BRASSENS et Léo FERRE


La Jolie Fleur: Georges Brassens


Georges Brassans: La Gorille



A la guerre comme a la guerre!

My Sweet Lord: George Harrison



At Occupy Vancouver, and everywhere!

Global Revolution_Life Stream_Occupy Vancouver_Imagine_Somewhere in Time_ Here Now!


Global Revolution_Life Stream_Occupy Vancouver_Imagine_Somewhere in Time_ Here Now!

Global Revolution_Life Stream_Occupy Vancouver_Imagine_Somewhere in Time_ Here Now! (click to access!)

Whether You Occupy or Tea Party, Know Your Rights! (from ACLU: “Dissent IS Patriotic!”)


Whether You Occupy or Tea Party, Know Your Rights_Dissent is Patriotic

Whether You Occupy or Tea Party, Know Your Rights_Dissent is Patriotic (Click here to find out more from ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union)

Lady Liberty: A symbol of Peace, Prosperity and mindful of the World’s Destiny


Lady Liberty 2011: Thank You for Your infinite Wisdom!

Lady Liberty 2011: Thank You for Your infinite Wisdom!

Lady Liberty had to  come down to the streets, now, before it is too late. We salute you, your courage and your wisdom!

“Lady Justice” is on her way too!

Solidarity Forever: Leonard Cohen


They have taken untold millions that they never toiled to earn
But without our brain and muscle not a single wheel can turn
We will break their haughty power, gain our freedom when we learn that
The union makes us strong
Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever
For the union makes us strong

In our hands is placed a power greater than their hoarded gold
Greater than the might of atoms multiplied a thousand-fold
We will give birth a new world from the ashes of the old for
But the union makes us strong
Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever
For the union makes us strong

It is we who plowed the prairies, build the cities where they trade
Dug the mines and build the workshops, endless miles of railroad laid
Now we stand outcast and starving ‘mid these wonders we have made but
The union makes us strong
Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever
For the union makes us strong

When the union’s inspiration through the workers blood shall run
There can be no power greater anywhere beneath the sun
Yet what force on Earth is weaker than the feeble strength of one but
The union makes us strong
Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever, Solidarity Forever
For the union makes us strong

Live Stream of Today’s Show (from Democracy Now)


Live Stream of Today's Show (from Democracy Now)

Live Stream of Today's Show (from Democracy Now)