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New ballot bids on taxes and PERS

Bend firm on point for ballot measures.

A partner in a Bend law firm with ties to the Republican Party is point man for proposed constitutional amendments on taxes and the Public Employees Retirement System. 15 more words

Bend Bulletin

Abolishing Money as Speech and Corporate Constitutional Rights

The fundamental threat to an authentically representative and direct democracy precedes the 2010 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission1 and other Supreme Court decisions asserting money is protected free speech to include the doctrine that corporations possess inalienable constitutional rights. 696 more words

My President was Clueless [1]

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If Goodluck Ebele Jonathan was described as ” clueless”, then President M. Buhari is “sickly”. But, that is the premises.

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Opinion & Analysis

Frank Jackson Has Raised A Whole Lot More Money Than All Other Mayoral Challengers Combined

All the political cash is sickening. Am quoted in the article below, but a few points were left out: “The system of legalized bribery (e.g. campaign financing) is alive and well in Cleveland as demonstrated by Frank Jackson’s rapid rise of his campaign war chest…Legalized bribery will only end by legalizing democracy — via lower contribution limits and, ultimately, by amending the US Constitution to give voice to the needs of people and communities by abolishing the doctrines that money is constitutionally protected ‘free speech’ and corporations possess inalienable constitutional ‘personhood’ rights.” 22 more words

Should the american constitution be rewritten or reinforced?

Portion of remarks at Labor Fightback Network conference

July 22, 2017  |  Cleveland, Ohio

A BREAKDOWN OF THE 33 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT BILLS PASSED BY THE SENATE; INTERPRETATIONS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS.

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Just as promised some weeks ago, the 8th Senate under the leadership of Senator Bukola Saraki is fulfilling the Constitutional amendment process. 1,384 more words

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