Two of the three branches of US government might currently be sputtering — if they’re not completely broken — but there are other powerful engines the Constitution outlines that protect US democracy, … Continue reading Democracy is not at risk, it’s working like the US constitution intends
More than half the countries in the latest update of a democratic-health index saw their scores decline Democracy fades away when you don’t stay on top of it. Source: Democracy continues its … Continue reading Democracy continues its disturbing retreat – Economist
Globalisation was supposed to bring widespread uniformity and benefit. But it hasn’t addressed old grievances. It goes deeper than that, it’s the EU’s economic policies that are driving people to look for alternatives. Source: Catalans are not alone. Across the world, people yearn to govern themselves | Neal Ascherson | Opinion | … Continue reading Catalans are not alone. Across the world, people yearn to govern themselves
A web developer has created an app that allows Turkish citizens to prove how they voted in a recent controversial referendum. With Turkish employers requiring people to take a picture proving they … Continue reading Turkish Referendum: New App Lets People ‘Prove’ They Voted ‘Yes’
Coming soon to a collapsing democracy near you… pic.twitter.com/ZGHFvbAKGq — LibrarianShipwreck (@libshipwreck) March 25, 2017 “Coming soon to a collapsing democracy near you… https://t.co/ZGHFvbAKGq” Source: LibrarianShipwreck on Twitter Continue reading Coming soon to a collapsing democracy near you…
Source: John Kennedy JFK 1963 ! Speech – 10 days before – Secret societies – YouTube I was recently sent the above video where John F. Kennedy, in a speech 10 days … Continue reading The Making of a Conspiracy Theory – JFK Exposes Secret Society is then Assassinated
In Italy, it is the Millennials who voted NO! 81 percent of voters between eighteen and thirty-four voted No and Yes won only among voters older than fifty-three Source: Democracy Against Neoliberalism | … Continue reading Democracy Against Neoliberalism
Across numerous countries, including Australia, Britain, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden and the United States, the percentage of people who say it is “essential” to live in a … Continue reading How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red’
Non-voters (including disenfranchised voters) are by far the larger party in this country. If organized, could easily change our direction. — Justin Wedes (@justinwedes) November 13, 2016 This is funny and sad … Continue reading Non-voters and the disenfranchised unite!
Should I send a letter or make a phone call? Turns out you should call your congressmen and women! SHOW UP to town hall meetings! I know – we all thought we … Continue reading How to effectively talk to your member of congress (with tweets) · editoremilye
80% of the population of the USA do not trust and do not appreciate either of the two candidates. The strongest argument for voting Trump is not so much This article describes … Continue reading A more dangerous world is probably coming after the US election!
“The people made their choice, and did so decisively. It is the responsibility of the government to get on with the job and to carry out their instruction in full,” May wrote. … Continue reading Parliament must accept Brexit vote was legitimate: UK PM May