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Honest Elections Seattle looks to raise the voice of the people

Corporate special interests and a wealthy donor class speak volumes in Seattle elections, Honest Elections Seattle looks to raise the voice of the people.

Passed by the city council on July 13 and on the November ballot, I-122 would be the first system in the U.S. 462 more words

Campaign Finance Reform

"Review: Andy Biggs's 'Con of the Con Con,’" By Kevin Gutzman

Editor’s Preface:

The following piece, reprinted with permission from the Arizona Daily Independent, is a critique of Arizona Senate Majority Leader Andy Biggs’s book  2,194 more words

Essays And Reviews

Senator Ted Cruz is not fit to be President

As a federal judge, I am duty bound not to play politics. However, when a politician makes an extreme proposal to amend the Constitution and fundamentally alter and harm the federal judiciary and the Supreme Court, I have the right as a federal judge, and dare I say the duty, to respond to the proposal. 1,179 more words

Declaration of Independence

I know the Declaration of Independence (agreed to on July 2 and declared on July 4, 1776) was written by slave owners and the wording is sexist, but there are sections (below) that are as relevant today as then. 354 more words

A Reform Agenda 18– Subterfuge to strengthen an Executive Prime Minister

In these last few articles on the tragedy that befell our hopes for comprehensive reform, I thought I should spell out how exactly Ranil Wickremesinghe and those working to his agenda hijacked the process. 1,241 more words

Ranil Wickremesinghe