A photo of Juli Briskman giving the middle finger to the president went viral. Her employer was not pleased.
The government says the picture suggests the Russian president is gay.
The regime strikes back The Kazakh people often watch the regime get away with this behaviour, partly because they enjoy
We have serious doubts that we'll see Trump at any future debates -- after all, if he can blow them off with impunity, why would he subject himself to them in the first place?
Federal land is currently being occupied by protestors. Or, according to some, by domestic terrorists. But pigeonholing these guys with either label isn't quite as easy as it might first seem.
Book-reading is a perfect tool for silent protest.
So what does an ordinary citizen need to do to get one's political voice heard in this day and age where one needs money and access to play with the big whigs? If you are me, you not only dress up in costume, grab some props and exhibit comic performance art on the street, you stage your own protest.
We too have an ostensible left-of-center president who has made a bargain with the financial elite. And we too have our version of the Roman circus that diverts attention away from that reality.
Whaaaa? I'm is helping market the Volt for GM, a company I so vehemently protested in 2005 that I ended up in jail? Has the world turned upside down? In the world of electric vehicles, it sort of has.
If people cast their ballots only for local measures, that would send a whopping-loud message to the folks in state and national races that you've tuned them out, but that you still believe in the political process.