Decadent Nation Takes to the Road and Rocks the 99%

Karla Fetrow: The music of the 21st. Century is bringing back the big sounds of seventies rock and revolutionary beat, along with a New Age progressiveness and messages for our current times. Decadent Nation is here to prove it.

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Lessons Learned From Occupation, Art and China Town: San Francisco

Experiencing San Francisco’s humanity through real life, poetry, music, fung shui, and exhaustion.

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Ground Floor Coverage: Operation Occupy

Karla Fetrow- Arm chair politics are over. The complacency of the last fifty years is at an end. The unified voice is not for an individual leader but for the human rights of the individual and the well-being of a wounded earth.

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Outsourcing the dirty work: Seattle, horsemeat & eye trouble

Jane Stillwater: Not all Americans think the butchery of human beings is a swell idea. And in the city that gave us Grey’s Anatomy and the Space Needle and Starbuck’s, “Occupy Seattle” is now in full operation — right down the street from the historic

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Occupation Wall Street Ignites World Protests

Karla Fetrow- With Occupation camps springing up all over the United States and around the globe, there still seems to be some confusion as to just what protesters want, although the protesters make it very clearly it’s at the corporations they are taking aim.

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W.D. Noble’s Dispatches From D.C.

Staff Writer W.D. Noble has taken up the call to join the protest in D.C. as a part of the OccupyDC.ORG. These are, in his own words, “‘dispatches’ from the frontline of a very nasty internecine conflict; this being the beginning of that fight. Where it ends is anyone’s guess.”

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Learning and Growing Through Protest- D.C.

Editor’s note:  There’s been a lot of confusion about the different protests, occupations, etc. taking up here in the U.S.  W.D. Noble talks about what the Stop The Machine Protest -D.C. October 2011 is about.  It started out as an altogether different protest from the Wall St. Occupation.  It was planned beginning in the summer, in […]

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Sharing A Tent In Freedom Plaza-Dispactches from D.C.

by W.D. Noble October 12th, 2011 Occupied Washington, D.C. Last night, I heard Chris Hedges speak. While he read an article which I’ve quoted in the past, I’ve never heard him speak. Most of you know that he’s one of my favorite authors. “Either you are a rebel, or a slave,” he said – and […]

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