Above all, capitalism wastes human life. The U.S. spends billions to warehouse 2 million people—many of them young Black and Latino men—in overcrowded prisons. It provides sub-par education to millions of poor students, sending a message that their lives will amount to nothing.

Are people homeless in America because there’s a shortage of homes? And if that’s the case, is there a shortage of homes because we don’t have the concrete, the wood and the steel to build them?

The truth is that under capitalism, there’s no incentive to build low-cost housing for the homeless—because it isn’t profitable to do so.

The same goes for the more than 800 million people in the world who go hungry. It isn’t profitable to feed them. So food is stockpiled or destroyed rather than distributed to them.


Is the free market efficient? (via humanformat)

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"Women aged 15-44 are more likely to be maimed or die from male violence than cancer, traffic accidents, and war combined."

Feminist talk at Students For Liberty’s 2013 Austin Regional Conference and why feminism is not outdated. (via thecheekylibertarian)

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lemme just change into my pajamas. the ol PJs. jammies. lil jammy jammers. jam jams. my sleeper slippers + hush bonnet. dream garb. slumber pumps. nightmare raiment. hypnic haltertop. gotta go for a snooze cruise w/ my sleep peeps  

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World Naked Bike Ride (Portland) poster illustrations by Alexandra Becker-Black

Portland’s WNBR is the largest in the world, peaking in 2010 with 7000 participants. 

The next ride is 8 June 2013 at the Portland Art Museum.

The Portland Art Museum will open its doors at 8pm for riders. Admission for the museum is $1 per piece of clothing. Ride leaves at 10pm from the South Park Blocks and is free to join.

Breath Taking!

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Best minute I’ve ever spent.

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TV On The Radio – Ambulance (129 plays)


TV on the Radio

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