TW Radio Archives Interview With Heather Cottner of PANDA

Heather Cottner

Heather Cottner of P.A.N.D.A. (People Against National Defense Act) chapter head in St. Charles, MO

Tyranny Watch presents Episode #3 – Zachary interviews Heather Cottner of PANDA and has special guest Dan Johnson (founder of PANDA) riding shotgun. We discuss the NDAA and how dangerous indefinite detention of American citizens is to the last bit of our freedoms we have. Info is also included on to get involved!

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TW Radio Archives Interview With Courtnae Smith of Occupy STL

Courtnae Smith

Courtnae Smith of Occupy Saint Louis (OSTL)

Previously recorded 10/04/12 a few days after the one year anniversary of Occupy STL.  We discuss misconceptions people have about the Occupy movement and the future of local activism. Featured music by Rev Dellic called “The 99”.

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TW Radio Archives – Interview With Mike Heise of

Michael Heise

Mike Heise of and Lead Organizer of the Nationwide End the Fed Let’s Coin Together Rally

Previously Recorded 08/30/12 during the Republican National Convention. We discuss the Police State, Anarchists, and the DHS/FBI Joint Intelligence Bulletin about homegrown terrorism at the RNC.

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The 99% Never Left

Occupy STL 1 Year Anniversary

by Kyle Prindiville

TW Contributor

I remember the excitement in the air one year ago as individuals gathered in downtown St. Louis to protest the status quo and to create a St. Louis branch of the Occupy Wall st. movement. It began with a sign-making event outside of the Crack Fox, followed by some motivational speakers, and then a march on the St. Louis branch of the Federal Reserve. We all rallied together behind the message that banks, Wall st., and politicians were working together to sell out the American public. Here we are one year later and while hundreds of protesters have been arrested, not one banker is in jail.

The Occupy St. Louis one year anniversary was a reunion for those protesters that met one year ago. We started as individuals, but we are now connected as networks. Our one group split into many affinity groups working on local projects. Occupy put lifelong activists in touch with enthusiastic first-time protesters. The results over the past year have been a strengthening of connections evolving through many personality disputes and ideological clashes.