Ending the culture of Corporate Personhood

To end the myth of corporate person hood, we must work to change our entire culture’s view, not just work for the legalistic solution of a constitutional amendment.

The Best Post-Election Day Event is in Illinois!

            Tired of corporate zombies? Want to end corporate personhood? Join us 6pm-8pm November 9, 2011 for a “Move to Amend House Party” featuring Bernie Sanders 213 S. Wheaton, Ave., Wheaton, IL DuPage Coffeehouse Move to Amend will also be kicking off our petition drive to place a referendum on Wheaton voter’s ballots asking them […]

Green Party leader civil action challenges the legitimacy of US Representatives from southern states

‘Winner take all’ apportionment of presidential electors in Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Texas is not grounded in law and violates the 14th Amendment A civil action filed by Green Party member Asa Gordon is challenging the constitutional legitimacy of several US Representives from southern states. The civil action (Gordon et al v. Clerk, US […]

Is the US at war with Libya already?

Kimberly writes: Events are unfolding on the world stage so fast I can’t keep up. I thought with the Egyptian situation, we were on our way to peacefully toppling tyrants. It is so disheartening that in the wake of a fairly peaceful victory in Egypt, the US has accepted the violence in Libya, and jumped […]

In DC today: Court hearing for an Asa Gordon case

As our regular readers may know, Asa Gordon is an electoral activist and Green Party member who studies election law, and attempts to improve the political and electoral system with pro se law suits on important issues. You can look at some of Asa Gordon’s ideas at his website: www.electors.us Today is an important and […]

NYPD on Track to Interrogate Record Number of Innocent New Yorkers in 2010, New Stop-and-Frisk Numbers Show

The New York City Police Department (NYPD) is on track to stop and interrogate a record number of totally innocent New Yorkers in 2010, according to police reports analyzed by the New York Civil Liberties Union. During the first half of 2010, police made more than 276,000 stops of completely innocent New Yorkers – the […]

Privacy Issue: Pools in Riverhead, etc.

Update, September 9, 2010: The Town decided to end their program of using Google Earth to locate residents’ pools. Story at Newsday: here. Kimberly writes: The Town of Riverhead in Long Island has been using Google Earth to spy on residents and discover if they have pools without permits. There are so many layers of […]

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