- This 4th of July will we just mindlessly enjoy the fireworks or will we commit to exercise principled diligence to preserve our republic?
- It's up to each of us to challenge those who are shredding our constitution and to support those who honor it.
- What the Flag Means To Me
- Are We Politicians or Citizens?
Mitchell Rabin, Rocky Anderson (Admin)
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Hear Rocky Anderson, interviewed by Mitchell Rabin, call for a restoration of the rule of law, the application of fundamental constitutional principles, and the urgent need to rein in the imperial presidency ramped up during the Bush/Obama years.
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What the Flag Means To Me, S. Brian Willson, brianwillson.com
- So when I see the flag and think of the Declaration of Independence I see the United Corporations of America; I see the blood and bones of people all over the globe who have been dehumanized, then exterminated by its imperialism; and I see a symbol that represents a monstrous lie maintained by excessive, deadly force. It makes me feel sick, and ashamed.
- Liberation Requires Disobedience.
Are We Politicians or Citizens? Howard Zinn, the Progressive
- It is not easy, in the corrupting atmosphere of Washington, D.C., to hold on firmly to the truth, to resist the temptation of capitulation that presents itself as compromise.
- Except for the rare few, like Barbara Lee, Maxine Waters, Lynn Woolsey, and John Lewis, our (movement) representatives are politicians, and will surrender their integrity, claiming to be “realistic.”