Bruce Stanley

 on The State of Florida 

Blood Money: The Civil War And The Federal Reserve Book Review

If you want to understand what's happening right now you have to go back at least 250 years, because many of the fortunes that rule over us today weren't accumulated in our time. When you understand how the public mind was prepared in the 1850's for the events that exploded the following decade, you can see the same deceptions playing out today. The notion that Union troops invaded the South in order to free the slaves is one of the biggest historic illusions we're still living under.

5G Comments to Hallandale Beach City Commission

Firstly, I wanted to thank you for putting this issue on the agenda and being willing to listen to your constituents. I’m here today to express my concerns about the rush to roll out 5G wireless technology here in Florida. I’m not opposed to technological...

It’s Time to Ban Fracking in Florida

In the recent past, Florida nearly became the largest state to pave the way for fracking, which would have opened up much of the Everglades to widespread oil and natural gas exploration. The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) revealed that a Texas-based company made the very first fracking attempt in Collier County. For starting operations without an environmental review or permission, the company was fined a mere $25,000.

Tollmageddon Strikes: MDX Rolls Out New Rate Hikes

Drivers on the SR 836 and SR 112 expressways faced a 50% increase in toll fees starting Saturday, November 15 as the Miami-Dade County Expressway Authority implemented a rate hike at 17 new tolling locations along the east and west bound lanes and exit ramps. For the...

March Against The TPP in Miami

Protesters in Miami, Florida marched from Government Center to the Torch of Friendship on November 16, 2013 against the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a multi-nation trade deal that is being negotiated by corporations behind closed doors and kept secret from the...

Thousands in Miami March Against Monsanto

On May 25th, over 1,500 Miamians of all ages marched up and down Biscayne Boulevard in protest of global seed giant Monsanto and to demand a GMO Free Future. Responding to a callout to March Against Monsanto made by activist and mother Tami Canal in late February,...

Occupy Miami Ignites The Torch of Friendship

Introducing Occupy Miami – Nearly 200 activists, artists, and organizers made clear their intentions last Saturday, at the first #OccupyMiami organizational meeting. The new collaboration assembled to discuss problems facing the community at a local and national...

WikiLeaks: Truth to Power

“The first serious infowar is now engaged. The field of battle is WikiLeaks. You are the troops.”– John Perry Barlow Co-Founder, Electronic Frontier Foundation Author of A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace In the effort to bring anybody...
It’s Time to Ban Fracking in Florida

It’s Time to Ban Fracking in Florida

In the recent past, Florida nearly became the largest state to pave the way for fracking, which would have opened up much of the Everglades to widespread oil and natural gas exploration. The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) revealed that a Texas-based company made the very first fracking attempt in Collier County. For starting operations without an environmental review or permission, the company was fined a mere $25,000.

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