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While The Can Kicks Back goes Broke, its Campus Recruiting Plan is a Complete Failure (Documented)

Politicos around the country are having a hearty chortle at the ham-handed in which the fake grassroots political corporation called “The Can Kicks Back” accidentally released e-mail conversations revealing that it is A) indeed the funded creature of pro-corporate billionaire Pete Peterson and B) is going broke now that the original Pete Peterson funding stream […]

350.org Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign Hits American Campuses (at least on the Internet)

In the 1980s, nearly two hundred colleges and universities across the United States agreed to divest — that is, stop investing their endowment funds — in businesses involved in the deeply racist Apartheid regime of South Africa. In this decade, the Fossil Free movement is organizing students and faculty on college campuses, who are in […]

The Online Presence of OccupyColleges and Americans Elect Campus Leaders

In the waning months of 2011, two social movements claimed to erupt on college campuses across the nation.

On September 23 2011, the privatized-presidential-nomination 501c4 corporation called Americans Elect declared that it had “Americans Elect Campus Leaders” on 103 college campuses in the United States and began to use the tag AE Campus Movement in […]

Americans Elect Data Dump Reveals Campus Leaders are 76% Male

The Americans Elect corporation has made a pretty interesting release of a Google map of its “Campus Leaders” tasked with organizing students to participate in the nation’s first ever privatized online presidential nomination, taking place in just 110 days’ time. It’s interesting for two reasons:

1. Inadvertently or on purpose, Americans Elect has released data […]