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Voting: The Sham and the Shame

Imagine something so precious that only the most powerful rulers and their cronies are allowed to have it, and it is forbidden to ordinary people. That precious right is the ability to make decisions about how you can live, what you can or cannot do, and what opportunities your children will have. It is what the right to vote should be, but is not.

Fuck OB People's Co-op! - by Mark E. Smith

I just got the June issue of the Ocean Beach People's Organic Food Co-op News and I'm so angry I can barely type.

Voting Against Values - by Mark E. Smith

Today, while at the organic food cooperative where I do most of my shopping, I ran into one of their founders, a dear man, a good man, and a man I've known for many years and happen to like. He and his wife, the co-op's general manager, helped take the co-op from a hippie storefront thirty years ago, to the multi-million dollar business it is today.

Voting to Die - by Mark E. Smith

First I'm going to copy the latest articles by Ace Hoffman about restarting the San Onofre nuclear power plant, and then I'm going to explain why the problem is not the regulators or those who appointed them, but those who vote to grant them the power to kill us all:

Where did the 11 million missing voters go? - by Mark S. Tucker

In the last part of this issue of Veritas Vampirus, Mark S. Tucker asks a very significant question.

A Penny for Your Thoughts--Six Billion for Your Vote - by Deborra Ann Low


$6 billion was blown on the 2012 election cycle. Along with that expense comes
one overall goal ? the legitimacy of the state. And even with that whopping

Whores of Babylon - by Mumia Abu-Jamal


It is possible now to live in a major American city, which boasts of a Black mayor, a Black police chief, and a Black president of a local legislative body, say, a city council, or county commission.

That’s largely because of Black population concentrations in urban districts, and their utilization of their voting power.

Legislative Reform School - by Mark E. Smith

Many voters believe that voting can bring about social progress through legislation, but I've been unable to find any concrete

Situation NORML - by Mark E. Smith

The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) thinks it has detected a whiff of opposition to the federal government.

In Amerika there will never be a real debate - by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

God help them if Obama and Romney ever had to participate in a real debate about a real issue at the Oxford Union. They would be massacred.

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