• In the Criminal Age IN THE CRIMINAL AGE by James C. Henderson In the criminal age, in this time of corruption In this age of fiat currencies, gamed economies failing governments, and a dying planet I have tried to love you as best I can. In this time of brutality where the innocent perish so the cruel may profit, […] One response 1 min read December 14, 2016
  • Debt DEBT by James C. Henderson Debt is like opening your hand to find a black spot on a dirty scrap of paper, left there after a desperate handclasp with a blind pirate who even though he is blind has found you. You were always a good lad or lassie did what you were told washed […] No responses 3 min read January 11, 2016
  • Representative Democracy? REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY? by Scott Thompson onservatives and right libertarians sometimes argue that the United States is supposed to be a republic, not a democracy. According to this argument, a republic is an elected government in which the individual has sovereign rights, and a democracy is a “tyranny of the majority” in which the minority has […] No responses 3 min read May 4, 2013
  • The 1% Has Decided THE 1% HAS DECIDED by Athena M. Henderson The 1% has decided that we the 99% will die from hunger or sickness or the cold. That we will not be educated or have shelter or even a place to hide from the rain One response 1 min read April 4, 2013
  • Harder Than the Truth: the power of our powerlessness 2 HARDER THAN THE TRUTH: THE POWER OF OUR POWERLESSNESS 2 by Jeff Clark                                                                     Nothing but the truth Common words in use Hard […] No responses 8 min read April 2, 2013
  • The Great Work-Around THE GREAT WORK-AROUND by Scott Thompson number of years ago, I took a job working for a company that imported traditional music from Scotland and Ireland. I was interested in the music and I had experience in sales, so the owner of the company made me the marketing manager. “Manager” was strictly a hypothetical title, […] No responses 3 min read December 4, 2012
  • Let’s Talk about Anarchy LET’S TALK ABOUT ANARCHY by Scott Thompson ith three grand jury resisters now in jail for refusing to testify against their friends, even people with no sympathy for the Occupy movement have started to take notice. The police state tactics are finally starting to scare people, or at least a few of them. But even […] No responses 4 min read October 6, 2012
  • Occupy Discussed on “Off the Record News” The editorial team of Occupied Minds Magazine, as members of Occupy Saint Paul, Minnesota, discuss the Occupy movement, April 18, 2012 on “Off the Record News” with host Diane Longrie. “Off the Record News” is a local cable television show aired from the community cable television studios in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. No responses 0 min read April 18, 2012