Obama, the Supreme Court, and the 2012 Election - by Mark E. Smith

There has been quite a bit of discussion in the mainstream media and the alternative media about Obama's criticism of the Supreme Court, which is considering his health care plan. Seeing one of these discussions on a mailing list I subscribe to, I took the opportunity to do some more election boycott advocacy.

Liberty's Easy Slide into Tyranny - by Prof John Kozy


The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men
Gang aft agley,
An' lea'e us nought but grief an' pain,
For promis'd joy!

Robert Burns – 1785

How to Hold Free and Fair Elections - by Mark E. Smith

Having spent the past decade studying why the United States does not have free and fair elections, I've learned a lot about what is necessary for free and fair elections to occur.

This is not an inclusive list, but without these minimal measures, elections cannot be said to be free and fair.

The U.S. Tyranny of Impunity - by Mark E. Smith (Book Review)

If you want to understand the United States, you can't do better than to read the book The Assassination of Fred Hampton, by Jeffrey Haas.

Racism emanates from the highest levels of our government, from our black President waging war on brown people abroad, to our justice system waging war on people of color here at home.

stop voting, start acting - by Mothuzad Keen


BBC Describes Saudi Prince's Murdered Slave as His "Servant." - by Mark E. Smith

A Saudi Prince is on trial in the U.K. for murder. 

The victim, who was brutally beaten and apparently sexually abused, is described as being docile, submissive, and accustomed to abuse.

The BBC story is here:


The Difference Between a Law and a Turd - by Mark E. Smith

In a democracy, laws have to be voted upon, whereas in a tyranny, a dictator simply issues an edict or executive order.

Colombia's Constitutional Court has just ruled that the permission to have US troops on seven Colombian military bases, granted to the US by former Colombian dictator Alvaro Uribe, is unconstitutional and should have been voted on by their Congress.

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