Tag Archives: activism

Give MoveOn a Piece of Your Mind

Whether you agree or disagree with MoveOn‘s political motivations, you shouldn’t miss the golden opportunity to give them a piece of your mind. They’ve posted three-question, open-ended (free text) survey to the web and are soliciting opinions. Share with us what you personally are thinking today. What is going through your head? What do you […]

What about the Rest of the First Amendment?

Last night, people in Fresno decided to “flex political muscle” by walking through the streets in a throng:
They were marching through the heart of Downtown Fresno to demand immigration reform.
. . . The message; today we march, tomorrow we vote.
Many marchers also came to protest recent raids in Valley communities, like Mendota, where federal agents […]

Political Activists Canít Be Trusted

A few minutes ago, I received an email from “CREDO Action.” Here are the important parts:
President Bush wants an endless war, but the majority of Americans want to bring our troops home. Now there is a real plan, endorsed by military leaders, over 50 congressional challengers, and 50,000 citizen co-sponsors like you.
. . .
The Responsible […]

Divided We Fall?

There may be trouble on the horizon for the Ron Paul Revolution. The trouble stems from recent good news out of the Constitution Party national convention. Delegates overwhelmingly rejected Alan Keyes, “a warmonger, neocon, and egomanic”, favor of Chuck Baldwin, a Baptist pastor who strongly supports Ron Paul. Adam Graham, who saw the CP convention […]

Tax Day: The Real April Fools’ Day

This afternoon I participated in a small protest of the income tax. We met at the Hilton downtown and walked to the Federal building. Alone the way we chanted, “Income tax is theft! End the IRS!” I was pleasantly surprised by the number of people who took pamphlets from us. I’m sure most ended up […]