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Time to change how law is formed

Written by test | Tuesday, 14 February 2012 11:01

It is time to change how law is formed. The earth will guide us if we arrange our minds to see and hear. A central principle in Earth Law is that the regulations of law must have a relationship to that which it regulates. Our guest speaker on Febuary 18th, Judith Koons can be seen and heard

Time to change how law is formed

Written by | Tuesday, 14 February 2012 11:01

It is time to change how law is formed. The earth will guide us if we arrange our minds to see and hear. A central principle in Earth Law is that the regulations of law must have a relationship to that which it regulates. Our guest speaker on Febuary 18th, Judith Koons can be seen and heard

CPAC Celebrates Citizens United

Written by | Monday, 13 February 2012 19:45

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) empanelled a number of lawyers and campaign finance experts last weekend to "celebrate Citizens United" - i.e., Citizens United v Federal Election Commission, the 2010 Supreme Court decision which makes it possible for corporations (and unions) to spend unlimited amounts of money from their treasuries on political campaigns.  (I include unions parenthetically because, although media descriptions of the ruling almost always list “corporations and unions,” the truth is that unions are so outgunned that they may as well just keep their money.

Introducing the Compassionate Progressive

Written by | Friday, 10 February 2012 09:17

When George W. Bush campaigned as a Compassionate Conservative, the concept was meant to appeal to Independent voters who didn't want heartless laws or more of the same-old same-old power grab. It turned out to be a mere public relations ploy to win votes.

Two Events coming up at the Unitarian Universalist Church at Brevard. Earth Law. {jcomments on}

Lake Nona VA Project Disaster.

Written by | Thursday, 02 February 2012 12:03

In April of 2010 I began writing about the Lake Nona VA Hospital that had just started construction.  We in the Building Trades tried to warn VA compliance officers that because contractors on the project were hiring untrained and unskilled workers, the project was in danger of being sub-standard.  Unfortunately, it is even worse than we had feared.

Brevard Commissioners to consider wetlands

Written by Turtle Coast Sierra Club | Monday, 30 January 2012 19:57
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ACTION! Citizen input needed to preserve wetlands in Brevard County. At 5pm Thursday, February 2nd, Brevard County Commissioners are to consider drastic changes to Comprehensive Plan Wetlands Policies. Please attend, or contact commissioners. Info here.

Challenging the System: The 99% Declaration

Written by Mireille Moya | Monday, 30 January 2012 19:20
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The founders of our nation, having overthrown the tyranny of a monarchy, had the foresight to design a representative democratic system that could be challenged by the people whose rights it was meant to protect. This right is currently being thoroughly tested by the Occupy movement. One Occupy group is The 99% Declaration Working Group...

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