NOTICE: Dec. 5, 2011 ~ I’m taking some time off to generate an income. ~ Rady

Mainstreaming radical thought, Coalition of the Obvious (COTO) is a group of people who openly recognize that corporations are destroying Earth, our home; that the enemy of every social justice cause is a corporation; that corporations have purchased governments around the world; that mainstream media is corporate propaganda; and that the first step out of the Corporate State is to expose the truth. Neoliberalism is just another name for a tiny minority legitimizing their lust for wealth and power, at the expense of the economy, the environment, and human cultures.

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COTO Report is made possible by the following good folks:

Rady Ananda, Executive Editor.  Using years of editorial experience and web publishing, Rady now promotes the ideas and work of a select group of quality writers and artists here and at Food Freedom. (Full bio here.)

To support Rady’s work, see http://radyananda.wordpress.com/donations/.

Betsy L. Angert, Author.  Educator and student of life. Her site is BeThink.

Aussie Oz, Author.  An Australian apiarist apprentice, bio/organic advocate, permaculture soil analyst, Oz opposes genetically modified foods, chemical farming and Big Pharma.

CasaZaza, aka Peter, Artist Extraordinaire.  Bringing ideas, music and digital arts to the world, he published Chaos in the New World Order, which can be downloaded as a free pdf. He is responsible for many of the header images here at coto2.

Michael Collins, Author.  A writer in the DC area who researches and comments on the corruptions of the new millennium. His articles focus on the financial manipulations of The Money Party, the abuse of power by government, and features on elections and election fraud. His articles can be found here. His website is called The Money Party.

Tom Degan, Author.  Video artist, civics teacher, and former Green Party candidate for New York State Senate, he writes at The Rant by Tom Degan.

Megan ‘Verb’ Kargher, Author and filmmaker.  Globetrotting artist by trade, writing is Verb’s passion. Her video shorts are posted here.

Bob Koehler, Author.  Award-winning Chicago-based journalist and nationally syndicated writer, his website is CommonWonders.  His new book (2010), Courage Grows Strong at the Wound, is available by contacting him at koehlercw@gmail.com.

Prof. Elaine Hunter (heartthinks) is an Independent Researcher. Feel free to contact her at: uncommon.eyes at gmail.com. A late-comer to the concerns about DU munitions, was shocked when she learned she lived in the midst of the US DU “production” triangle. She grew up a pre-boomer WWII military brat.

Laughnmatter, Artist. Also known as Mr M, Michael portrays the obvious thru his cartoons, featured by radicals all over the web.

Susan Lindauer, Author. Holds the dubious honor of being the second non-Arab American to face indictment on the Patriot Act, after Jose Padilla, for blowing the whistle on 9/11 and Iraq cover ups. She is the author of Extreme Prejudice: The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq.

Denis G. Rancourt, Author. As a scientist, he has published over 100 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals in diverse areas including marine geochemistry, condensed matter physics theory, materials magnetism, and planetary science. He blogs at Academic Freedom.

Steve Sheetz, Chairman of the Montgomery County Libertarian Committee, Steve is involved with numerous freedom activities and is currently pursuing Agorism to address frustration with libertarians perpetually attempting to negotiate with statists.

Richard Volaar, Author.  Award winning poet, writer and refugee from the educational testing industry, Richard agitates, supports and motivates activists of all kinds, while Eating Crow and Humble Pie.

Claudia Woodward-Rice, Author. Laudyms likes to share information, question authority, defy perception management, and encourage critical thinking. She was in Berkeley for the 60s and now lives in Hawaii, posting at Laudym’s Wake-Up Call.

Elizabeth Woodworth, Author. Retired professional health sciences librarian, assistant to David Ray Griffin, and a freelance writer.  She is the author of two published books and many articles on political and social justice issues.

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