ONE :: The Campaign to make Poverty History
ONE is a new effort by Americans to rally Americans – ONE by ONE – to fight the emergency of global AIDS and extreme poverty. ONE believes that allocating an additional ONE percent of the U.S. budget toward providing basic needs like health, education, clean water and food would transform the futures and hopes of an entire generation in the world's poorest countries.

Vancouver Participatory Economics Collective
What is Parecon? Unlike other economic systems, parecon is designed to promote self-management, solidarity, diversity, and equity. This is done through true democracy in the workplace and a unique democratic participatory allocation system.

"What alternative form of social organization can be imagined that might overcome the grave flaws -- often real crimes -- of contemporary society in more far-reaching ways than short-term reform. Parecon is the most serious effort I know to provide a very detailed possible answer to some of these questions, crucial ones, based on serious thought and careful analysis." ~Noam Chomsky

Critiques Of Libertarianism
The only American political trend scarier than neoconservatism is right libertarianism.

The t-shirt store front for Red Hand Media which has "the goal of providing professional graphic design at an affordable price for Native American and other underserved populations around the world." The Tees rock!

Natural Resources Defense Council
NRDC is the nation's most effective environmental action organization. We use law, science and the support of more than 1 million members and online activists to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things

Political Affairs
A monthly magazine of ideology, politics, and culture. PA's mission is to go beyond simply giving an account of events to providing analysis and investigating what is new and changing in our world -- from a working-class point of view.

Brilliantly turns mass culture apparatus, particularly media and advertisting, into tools for dissent, while reflexively commenting on their subversive nature.

Critical Graphics
Progressive, political, spirited: outspoken graphical desiagns on stickers, t-shirts, buttons, mugs and more.

A small number of clever, powerful designs including George Bush holding a "Will Kill for Oil" placard.

The NewStandard
A fledgling participatory economics collective, The NewStandard?s specialty is hard news coverage unreported or rarely reported in the corporate media.

"Ours is muckraking with a radical attitude and nothing makes us happier than when CounterPunch readers write in to say how useful they've found our newsletter in their battles against the war machine, big business and the rapers of nature. ~ CounterPunch"

Third World Traveler
Provides magazine articles and book excerpts that offer an alternative view to the corporate media about the state of democracy in America, and about the impact of corporate power and the policies of the US government on a variety of issues.
"Two sets of despicable racists, one claiming to represent 'freedom' and the other 'faith' but both failing to uphold the basic tenets of either concept. If there is anything at all that marks this clash it is the complete absence of all civilized behavior and the contemptuous disregard for every law, rule and ethic evolved through centuries of accumulated human wisdom." ~ Satya Sagar
Another alternative to Capitalism, Anarcho Syndicalism represents the anarchist wing of the socialist movement. Noam Chomsky is a contemporary proponent of the system.
People assume that with the end of the Cold War there is no economic option to Capitalism. There are plenty. Participatory Economics is just one.
The Fever was performed in November of 1998 by Kairos Theatre Company at Washington Square United Methodist Church, directed by Lori Baur. Eli Bishop was assistant director. These are Eli Bishop's comments on the play, which do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Lori Baur or Wallace Shawn.
I am loathe to mention her name or her philosophy, objectivism, a secular blunt end of conservatism. However, seeing bookseller's shelves stacked with recent reprints of her texts gives me the shivers. And so, some critiques of Rand's work.