What one decides to do in crisis depends on one's philosophy of life, and that philosophy cannot be changed by an incident. If one hasn't any philosophy in crises, others make the decision.
Denver Direct: Monahan Brothers reach Denver in march against corporate personhood
The Monahan Brothers stopped in Denver last week on their coast-to-coast march against corporate personhood and corporate control of our government and politics. The local blog Denver Direct had this report and video:
Stop Corporate Personhood I've previously mentioned the idea that "corporate personhood" underlies many of our current problems. From the Gulf oil eruption to our own local Purple Pipewater Pollution, the power of corporations over people is evident. How else can one explain the secret deal during the Web administration that allowed large corporations, Coors, Lockheed-Martin, Rockwell International, et.al. to avoid their liability for massive contamination at Lowry Landfill by dumping it on us - through our sewers and into our recycled water - ending up on our fields and in our lakes. When I heard that two old guys were walking across the United States to raise awareness of the devastating effects of corporate personhood on our everyday lives, I couldn't resist attending their rally on the Capitol steps last Monday.