In August of 2009, No Kidding, Me Too!, Joe Pantoliano, Lisa Jay, and Dr. Bob Irvin from McLean Hospital went on the "Stomp The Stigma" tour for ten days in Iraq. They screened Joey's documentary "No Kidding, Me 2!", spoke about their experience with mental illness, and interviewed troops about the growing problem of suicides and P.T.S.D. (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) as a result of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Produced by No Kidding, Me Too! / NKM2
Abby Martin speaks to the director of Project Censored, Mickey Huff, about the organization's release of 'Censored: 2014' the annual publication of the top most censored stories in the corporate press, from the trial of Chelsea Manning to the Trans...
The Federal Reserve is an independant organization, responsible for loaning money, at interest, to governments. It was these interest schemes, otherwise known as usury, that was the main cause of the first American revolution.
Is art great because people think it's supposed to be, or does it have some intrinsic value? This video is an odd depiction of people walking by $10,000+ artwork being sold for $60 and not giving it a second glance.