Cynthia McKinney: Bike4Peace Days 18 – 24

Common Ground Along an Uncommon Route Along this trip, I’ve been testing a line: We’re biking for peace.  We started at the House of Common Sense in Oakland, California and we’ll end up at the White House that needs some common sense! Everyone in every state has enthusiastically agreed! Now, you won’t believe this!  I […]

Cynthia McKinney: Bike4Peace Update–Biking in the Key of F: Days 12 Thru 18

Well, it was in Milford, Utah that our fellow bike traveler, Paul Stutzman, left us.  It was a particularly sad moment for me because Paul and I are carrying with us the memories of lost loved ones:  for him, it’s his wife, died of cancer–misdiagnosed and caught too late to save her; for me it’s […]

From Cynthia McKinney: Bike4Peace Update Days Four Thru Eleven

Well, it is quite a journey for me.  The co-founder of Bike4Peace, Vernon Huffman, is a wealth of global experiences that can keep one mesmerized for hours in interesting conversation.  His partner, Yaney MacIver, is the reason I am a part of this historic effort and I am grateful to her for her empathy at […]

Bill to add DC and extra Utah rep to Congress dead

While this bill, HR 157, was “adding” voting rights for D.C., groups such as the DC Statehood Green Party had opposed it as not going far enough, and possibly interfering in the battle to eventually gain full statehood for DC. from Ballot Access News Bill to Expand U.S. House by Two Seats is Dead for […]

Cynthia McKinney: Just Back From Utah Where We ARE on the Ballot!!! Good Ballot News From Ohio, too!!

Cynthia McKinney writes: Hello all!  Just got back from Utah where Rosa and I are on the ballot!!!  And just heard from Anita Rios that Bob Fitrakis put that legal mind of his to work to get us on the ballot in Ohio!!!!  Thanks Deanna and Tom and all the Utah petitioners, and thanks Anita […]

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