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Malatesta: All or Nothing?

In these troubled times, I often think back to the situation faced by Errico Malatesta and the Italian anarchists when Mussolini’s Fascists held power in Italy. 926 more words

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Pipeline to the President

Next Tuesday, do one of two things…Join the Standing Rock National Day of Action event being organized in Dover, ND, or, send an email, letter, or call President Obama with an urgent message to end progress on the Dakota Access Pipeline. 601 more words

Kelly Ann Ramsey: The Love Wayne County Needs Now, Pt. 7

Lesson Of A Lifetime

Kelly Ann Ramsey has a firm focus on the future in everything she does.  One of the ways her future-focus manifests positive results is in her work as co-founder of For The Seventh Generation ( 1,593 more words

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Kelly Ann Ramsey: The Love Wayne County Needs Now, Pt. 6

The Voice Of God

“You know, there’s no more respect in this world today, there’s no more,” Kelly Ann Ramsey pauses a moment, “deference to the police, or to the elderly, or to teachers.” 2,247 more words

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Kelly Ann Ramsey: The Love Wayne County Needs Now, Pt. 5

Neurobiological Warfare

In everything Kelly Ann Ramsey does, she’s operating directly from her value system.  This includes how she perceives what she sees on television, in the movies, what message she hears in current music, and on and on.  1,946 more words

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Kelly Ann Ramsey: The Love Wayne County Needs Now, Pt. 4

Anything But Average

Kelly Ann Ramsey is a go-getter, an overachiever, the kid in class who ‘sets the curve’.  People of this type have a tendency to compel others to do one of two things: raise their standards and output to meet them on their higher level, or try to knock them down to their own lower level. 2,239 more words

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Kelly Ann Ramsey: The Love Wayne County Needs Now, Pt. 2

The Struggle Is Real

Fact: Kelly Ann Ramsey has been working in the judicial system for most of her adult life.

“The first time I ever received a paycheck in my life,” she states proudly, “was when I started to work at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s office.  2,259 more words

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