If we made voting fun, including making it a holiday, participation would go way up. At last, here comes Tuesday, Nov. 6: Time to vote! But we don’t make voting fun, not at all. From … Read moreWhat If We Made Voting Fun?
It’s time for a constitutional amendment to protect voter’s rights: A Voter’s Bill of Rights. (Here’s an essay I wrote earlier this year and posted to my blog where you can find other essays on … Read moreA Voter’s Bill of Rights
Who are these so-called Undecideds we keep hearing about in this election? Some of the great eternal questions are “What is the sound of one hand clapping.” “If a tree falls in a forest, and … Read moreIf it Qualified for the Ballot, “None of the Above” Would’ve Won the Election in a Landslide
Husband acting a little strange? Check him for these tell-tale signs he’s thinking of voting Republican. by Roz Warren and Janet Golden There are plenty of magazines featuring stories like: “What He Isn’t Telling You” … Read more15 Signs That Your Husband Is Thinking of Voting Republican
Evidence suggests who we vote for isn’t always who we should Each election cycle we are beaten over the head with the agenda that candidates feel are important to our lives. Many times there is … Read moreUpdate the Voting Process to Meet Our Needs
Populist ideas win big, but not Democrats There’s no denying that Democrats took a drubbing at the polls in 2014. Running cautious campaigns and shying away from Obamacare, Wall Street regulation, the anti-fracking movement, immigration … Read morePopulist Proposals Win in 2014
Do we have a democracy, or an oligarchy? There are a lot of reasons for the lopsided results Tuesday, none of them good. Huge dark money expenditures, smearing candidates (and issues) with lies and innuendo, … Read moreOligarchy, or Just the Best Democracy Money Can Buy?
Voter IDs — because nobody said democracy was supposed to be convenient Whiners. Bounders. Ingrates. Talking about the incessant griping and sniping currently buzzing over long overdue Republican reforms requiring citizens to produce a government … Read moreVoter ID: One Man, One Vote
Replaces Voting Rights Act with Katherine Harris Acts By Greg Palast They might as well have burned a cross on Dr. King’s grave. The Jim Crow majority on the Supreme Court just took away the … Read moreKu Klux Kourt Kills King’s Dream Law; Voting Rights Act Neutered
More business-friendly environment sought Most Americans would agree that a split of the union would be disastrous. But another way to see it — as the newly formed “National Chamber of Commerce” does — is … Read moreCorporations Vie for Naming Rights for Newly Seceding Country