Tag: government

Every Day is Labor Day

“Nothing binds you except your thoughts; nothing limits you except your fear; and nothing controls you except your beliefs.” — Marianne Williamson The big 1-2-5. That’s right, 125 years ago, 1894, Labor Day was marked on mental calendars of the working class for the first time. Class consciousness has been

Inspired by Our Revolution, a Movement for Change: Justice Democrats

Following a powerful win in 2018, Justice Democrats have been organizing as hard as Bernie Sanders’ Our Revolution. You may not have heard of them, but here’s a brief introduction. Consider giving them a hand print Democracy back into Democrats.

For Jazz: Our Shared Dream

No, not Jazz Jennings. I would, of course, love to meet her. Pero no. Check out these fresh pics and the amicable discussion I had with my new friend Jazz about the future of society and democracy.

S/O for Democracy 1: Slovakia; Zuzana Čaputová

A late but necessary shoutout to wins for democracy. No one can be equal under an unequal system. For Slovakia, shoutout to Zuzana Caputova!

The Big Progressive Wins on Election Night, Midterms 2018

Democrats were looking forward to a Blue Wave. Progressives were hoping for progressive candidates. Right-of-center? A redder political map. Well, we can delve into that later on, but here’s what we got for the most part last night. The Big Progressive Wins First, a list. Next what we can expect

No Excuses: The Election Rundown: Now Go Vote!

Here’s basically everything you will need to know in order to practice your civil right while remaining unbiased and non-influential, except for one way: NOW YOU WANT TO VOTE!

Transparency/Open Government in Port Jervis

Dear Readers, Port Jervis, believe it or not, because of recent events is closer to being an example of open government in action. Transparency sounds good in theory, but in action, it’s even better. Civil society needs transparency in order to be free of corruption and serve the needs of

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