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Super Fast Municipal Broadband, not if the big corporations have their way.

Stop AT&T, Verizon and Comcast from blocking fast and affordable Internet access.

“Americans want more access to fast and affordable Internet service, not less. The FCC must preempt state laws that ban municipalities from selling Internet service.” 380 more words


Yet another Eureka "political action committee" steps forward

Dear Residents of Eureka,

With all of the attention to crime in the Eureka, especially in regards to the “crime” of panhandling, a group of concerned Citizens of Eureka has been meeting regularly to come up with constructive and new ways of approaching the real problems facing the city. 429 more words

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Walmart: Not just happy screwing workers; now wants to take away your freedom to make solar power

Walmart is well-known for exploiting its workers and squeezing its suppliers. But what few know is that, in an audacious new move, the Walton family has unleashed its immense resources on a campaign attacking rooftop solar in the United States. 344 more words

Good Ol' Boys

Measure R failed, but there is still something you can do to help our local oppressed minimum wage workers.

Don’t shop on Thanksgiving Day and don’t shop at retailers that force their employees to work on this holiday!

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and it makes me sick that this is happening. 367 more words

You have to go back to the 1930’s Great Depression to find wealth inequality this bad!

US wealth inequality – top “one tenth of a percent” worth as much as the bottom 90%

Not since the Great Depression has wealth inequality in the US been so acute, new in-depth study finds… 442 more words

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Is John Fullerton a liar?

John Fullerton has made it very clear that he hated Eureka’s Measure R minimum wage increase. He said that an increase MUST BE county wide, not just for the city of Eureka. 589 more words

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To: My Fellow Zillionaires

Memo: From Nick Hanauer

You probably don’t know me, but like you I am one of those .01%ers, a proud and unapologetic capitalist. I have founded, co-founded and funded more than 30 companies across a range of industries—from itsy-bitsy ones like the night club I started in my 20s to giant ones like Amazon.com, for which I was the first nonfamily investor. 3,742 more words