Robert Steele: Killing Cops – The Canary Dies Too

Robert David STEELE Vivas

Robert David STEELE Vivas

Killing Cops – The Canary Dies Too

I am troubled by the platitudes and ignorance surrounding the murder of two New York police officers. I am a son of New York and my uncle was a member of the Nassau County police force back in the day when non-judicial punishment kept people out of jail and got them back on track with tough love.

The death of these two officers is the equivalent of the canary in the coal mine dying. They have died because the USA is on the verge of a revolution. Apart from concentrated wealth, loss of faith in government, and tens of millions of unemployed college graduates, we have an unemployment rate closer to 22.4% (see ShadowStats), with 22 veterans committing suicide every single day.

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Dec 20

Michel Bauwens: Open Cooperativism for the P2P Age

Michel Bauwens

Michel Bauwens

Open Cooperativism for the P2P Age

Our recommendations for the new era of open cooperativism are:

1. That coops need to be statutorily (internally) oriented towards the common good

2. That coops need to have governance models including all stakeholders

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Dec 20

SchwartzReport: Will Marijuana Challenge Destroy the GOP and the Supreme Court in One Go?

Stephan A. Schwartz

Stephan A. Schwartz

It is driving the rightist prohibitionists crazy that none of the dire predictions they made about ending Marijuana prohibition have come to pass. In fact the outcomes have been the exact opposite to what they said would happen. So now they are trying to get the conservative majority on the Supreme Court to reverse what the people themselves voted for. It is not clear how this will play out but it has the potential to create a massive crisis of governance.

GOP attorneys general ask Supreme Court to strike down legal marijuana in Colorado

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Dec 20