Watch this documentary from Move to Amend about the need to amend the United States Constitution to say that corporations are not people and money is not speech. Occupy Saint Paul supports Move to Amend in its efforts to “legalize democracy,” the way corporate rule has been legalized by the courts. This video released January 2014. It is free to watch here. It is also available on DVD from Move to Amend, www.movetoamend.org.
Occupy Saint Paul supports the passage of House File 276 (HF 276) this session of the Minnesota Legislature. HF 276 is a bill that would call on Minnesota’s senators and representatives in Congress to pass an amendment to the United States Constitution saying that corporations are not people and money is not speech. Move to Amend’s Saint Paul Chapter is heavily involved and invested in seeing HF 276 pass the Minnesota Legislature this year, 2014. The bill almost passed last… Read More
Occupy continues into 2014. The occupations in the parks and plazas have been removed by the police in the cities in which they first sprang up, but the spirit and intent of Occupy continues. Occupy is not as visible as it once was, but it has spread out across the nation and the world where like-minded people are striving to make the world a better place for all people. The struggle to curb the inequities of wealth and remedy the… Read More
Deric Lostutter faces felony charges for computer hacking. What did he hack and bring to light? He obtained the videos of the rape of a 16 year old girl, filmed by her rapists, who were not being charged for the crime by the local authorities, claiming they lacked evidence to bring anyone to justice. What really happened was that the boys on a high school football team in Steubenville, OH, carried the unconscious body of the young woman from party… Read More