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We are all Sovereign, divinely mandated, equal beings. We nominate Sovereigns and Governments to administer and manage our Nation.
"Fixing Failed States" A Framework for Rebuilding a Fractured World. The book by Ashraf Ghani and Clare Lockhart
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On July 13, 2011, the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) unveiled this trove of over 800 "model" bills and resolutions secretly voted on by corporations and politicians through the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).
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Near the top of an office building at a secret address on Broadway in Lower Manhattan there's a door hung with a yellow placard, reading, "This is a good sign." Open that door and you'll meet a man sitting at a folding table behind a Toshiba netbook. He's Occupy Wall Street's doorman.
The current tax system between the State of California and its local governments is an impediment to sustainable communities.
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Prepared by Occupy Washington DC Freedom Plaza, November 2011 The disconnect between Congress and the people is vast. For decades, Congress has been passing laws that benefit the 1%, their campaign donors and big business interests, rather than creating a fair economy that serves all U.S. citizens.
A former aide to the owner of the Denver Nuggets has been quietly pitching the idea of turning part of downtown San Diego into a giant "entertainment district," complete with massive, Times Square-style animated advertising signs, video screens, and billboards. According to a presentation on his company's website , David Ehrlich, principal of FinWater Advisors in Denver, wants to "create a public-private partnership to develop the legal/political environment to make the district a reality."
I am writing to you as a voter in your district.
Remember when people were freaking out over the Patriot Act and Homeland Security and all this other conveniently ready-to-go post-9/11 police state stuff, because it would obviously be just a matter of time before the whole apparatus was turned against non-Muslim Americans when they started getting complain-y about the social injustice and economic injustice and income inequality and endless recession and permanent unemployment?