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Recognition for the Work of the Labor Policy Institute of Oklahoma

June 27, 2012


A new upstart organization called the Labor Policy Institute of Oklahoma (LPI-OK) has seen some recent successes with a new video they’ve produced entitled “The Main Street Moment: The Struggle in the Heartland”.  As Selecting Stones itself originated out of Oklahoma, we saw it necessary to highlight the progress of another Oklahoma-based organization pursuing the […]

Muslim Brotherhood sends Egyptian stock market soaring

June 25, 2012


In a cacophony of nonsense, Selecting Stones took it upon itself to cut through the hype and lay bare the real nature of the Muslim Brotherhood, as a part of our ongoing project, The Encyclopaedia of the Bourgeoisie.  In its objective orientation, the Brotherhood is a run-of-the-mill party of the middle bourgeoisie.  It protects, above […]

A Lesson from the Past for Occupy – Is it too late?

June 21, 2012


By Lupus With the tremendous flop of Occupy’s promised May Day General Strike, and the rancorous denunciations by libertarian Occupiers of the labor-backed “99% Spring” non-violence trainings over the last couple of months, even the most ardent Occupiers are beginning to admit they need a change of strategy, calling for a new “meme” to continue […]

The Dangers of Labor Leaders and Filmmakers: McCarthyism Revisited

June 15, 2012


By Rick Skull There were some misunderstandings that resulted from my previous article on the failings of the liberal understanding of McCarthyism and the Cold War.  This forum was even mistaken for being a source of conservative commentary.  Perhaps the appearance of Ron Paul and the Tea Party as frequently mentioned subjects may have led […]

German “Pirate Party” Takes Politics to an even higher level of Charade

June 9, 2012


By Bruno Fournier Recent elections in Germany have given a new political party known as the “Pirate Party” a sudden splash on the political scene, as it has gained seats in four of Germany’s sixteen state-level legislatures.  You can catch the full story from the BBC or NPR, or check out a good account by […]


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