Ted Glick went to court today for the grave atrocity of hanging a banner inside the US Senate building suggesting that “green jobs now” were a good idea and that the Senate should “get to work” on a climate bill.
For this, the Obama “justice” system sought to get him imprisoned for three years. . . . → Read More: Ted Glick’s Sentencing Statement July 6, 2010
© Copyright 2010 by Kelly Gerling
What kind of crisis are we Americans experiencing?
US government military forces and intelligence agencies in Afghanistan and Pakistan select targets with large percentages of civilians and kill them, along with people suspected as being members of militias resisting the US occupation. The US government holds . . . → Read More: Solutions for a Nation in Crisis
By Kelly Gerling
Ralph Nader posted a list of questions that ought to be asked of Elena Kagan in her hearings before the US Senate.
I like these questions by Ralph Nader. Here is the link to the essay:
I’d suggest that an additional category of questions would also be helpful, . . . → Read More: Questions for Kagan, Additions to Those by Ralph Nader
Achieving Progressive Political Unity
Based on a Speech to the Tacoma-Pierce County Chapter of Washington Public Campaigns Tacoma, Washington October 31st, 2009
By Kelly Gerling
© 2009 Kelly Patrick Gerling
My name is Kelly Gerling. I work as . . . → Read More: Achieving Progressive Political Unity
I think it is important to realize that power in the US is largely political. The money in politics is not the real power, but is used to harness that power. . . . → Read More: In America, who or what is sovereign?
by Kelly Gerling
A progressive revolution is the process of bringing about a democratic system whereby the will of the people becomes the law of the land. Where this has happened it is due to using electoral and constitutional methods which protect the rights of minorities, enables majorities to make decisions, allows . . . → Read More: What is a progressive revolution?