What is Tor? How does it work? And why should you use it? With the ever expanding surveillance systems being employed in the United States and around the world, the ability to use the internet anonymously is becoming increasingly important, especially for activists, or anyone who is not okay with your Search Engine provider, ISP
C4SS has received a long overdue paint job and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Crisp, clean and dramatic. This redesign is the work of one wizard, William Gillis. Just check out the cool blacked out social media icons that drop down to show you how many facebook, twitter and reddit shares the article
C4SS Technology Coordinator and Stateless Ex-American, Mike Gogulski, was recently interviewed for an RT segment covering former US Citizens that have renounced their citizenship for tax reason or, in the case of Mike, moral reasons. “RT segment from April 15, 2013 in “honor” of US income tax day. Features noted figures Jet Li and Eduardo Saverin, who recently quit
Dear C4SS Supporters, Over the last two-week period, I’ve submitted 8,106 Center op-eds to 2,763 publications world-wide (it’s been a slow commentary period, in sync with, but not because of, our site remodel — pretty cool, isn’t it?). I’ve so far identified eight Center “mainstream media” appearances for the period: My own “Boston Marathon: Living
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Sheldon Richman on “The Absurdity of Universal Background Checks,” gun control, the legal, rational and moral arguments for the right to self defense, the immorality of the income tax, practical anarchy and much more.
Tom Knapp on this week’s op-ed submissions and pickups.
C4SS Senior Fellow and Karl Hess Scholar in Social Theory Kevin Carson was recently interviewed on the Liberty Minded podcast by Jason Lee Byas, Grayson English and Trevor Hultner.
Knapp: Nine media pickups for the Center this week.
Have a great weekend!
Kevin Carson, Senior C4SS Fellow and Karl Hess Chair of Social Theory, was interviewed today on The Corbett Report: Open Source Intelligence News.
We’ve got several good op-eds in the pipe, and hopefully will be able to keep our heads above the “five pickups per week” water from here on out. Have a great weekend, and please support the Center!
In this episode of Speaking On Liberty’s Jason Lee Byas, Grayson English and Kyle Platt interview C4SS Fellow and Dissenting Leftist blogger Nathan Goodman about the the US prison system.
Knapp: 5,343 submissions, two pickups.
Dear C4SS Supporters, This week I’ve submitted 5,343 Center op-eds to 1,781 publications (all in the US). I’ve found five pickups and citations of Center material so far this week: Kevin Carson’s “15 Benefits of the War on Drugs” appeared on Counterpunch on March 12. It was then cited/quoted at Truthdig on March 13, culminating
C4SS Senior Fellow Kevin Carson, Karl Hess Chair of Social Theory, was interviewed March 14th on the Truthdig radio program, Pacifica Radio, on his recent column “15 Benefits of the War on Drugs.”
Knapp: 3,561 submissions, five pickups.
Knapp: Six pickups, one mention in this week’s media roundup.
C4SS: We’re big in Bangladesh and Bali.
Knapp: 23,000 submissions, 18 pickups, onward and upward!