"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man."
-George Bernard Shaw
-George Bernard Shaw
Now that the pepper spray has settled it’s time to see what’s really trending: — Chancellor Katehi Stops Passing the Pepper Spray: Published to Youtube by UC Davis — Robert Reich features in this two minute teaser from MoveOn.org. According to UC Berkeley’s website, Robert Reich served on Obama’s Advisory Board and he was President…
Now that the pepper spray has settled it’s time to see what’s really trending:
Chancellor Katehi Stops Passing the Pepper Spray: Published to Youtube by UC Davis
Robert Reich features in this two minute teaser from MoveOn.org. According to UC Berkeley’s website, Robert Reich served on Obama’s Advisory Board and he was President Bill Clinton’s Secretary of Labor – Reich’s current title is: Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at UC Berkeley.
Grassroots occupiers crowd-fund over $6,000 to pay corporations for television ad space.
It’s sort of an occupied version of advertising. It’s about occupying ad space with what citizens think is important for the country.
Inbound marketing experts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and HubSpot suggest tools like DVR, TiVo, and caller ID are reasons why businesses are not reaching their audience. HubSpot CEO, Brian Halligan claims “We’ve learned to tune out ads on those platforms”.
Pepper spray and protests are not the only public disturbance. The occupy movement, the protesting…is it distracting the American Public? Facebook, Twitter, blogs…these are the channels most Americans receive news from. As these channels are saturated with images of terror…America continues to progress and modifications are being implemented:
Indefinite Detention: Published by ACLU.org
The Senate is going to vote on whether Congress will give this president — and every future president — the power to order the military to pick up and imprison without charge or trial civilians anywhere in the world.
It’s hitting the senate floor today (Monday November 28, 2011)
If the majority of America wants to change something in America, there is a system in place to do that. American University published a press release stating the voter turnout for President in 2008:
Is the public taking action by protesting?
Rather than dismantle the state of affairs, I want to offer some creative incite on what to do next. We understand the world has problems:
HOW ARE YOU TAKING CONTROL OF YOUR DESTINY?