Congressional Reform Act of 2011

Do you want term limits? Pass this on if you want to fix congress.

Congressional Reform Act of 2011
The 26th amendment (granting the right to vote for 18 year-olds) took only 3 months & 8 days to be ratified!  Why?  Simple!  The people demanded it.  That was in 1971.
Before computers, before e-mail, before cell phones, etc.
It is simple to Fix Congress  . . .
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Lock and load take up your arms rhetoric of American politics

The way public and media figures have framed political participation with shooting gallery imagery is just as potentially lethal.

The “Lock and Load” Rhetoric of American Politics Isn’t Just a Metaphor
Marty Kaplan
I’m not saying that putting a bullseye on Arizona Democrat Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ congressional race – as Sarah Palin did – was an explicit or intentional invitation to violence.
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Big Media – Forget the Net There are only Only Two Companies

6 Monolithic Corporations That Control Almost Everything We Watch, Hear And Read

Big Media – Forget the Net There are only Only Two Companies

6 Monolithic Corporations That Control
Almost Everything We Watch, Hear And Read

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Clear Silicone case for ipad 2

it’s widely believed that key staffers at Hon Hai’s Foxconn factories are routinely either bribed or strike illegal deals to supply information to small companies near the plants that want to get a head start on manufacturing.

Chinese firms say iPad 2 cases based on real plans
Some of the companies behind recent iPad 2 case listings at online retailers like Alibaba have claimed or strongly implied that the information was obtained directly from Foxconn’s parent firm Hon Hai. Fullchance Industrial, one of these companies, said in an interview on Friday that it was actively working with Hon Hai and had schematics directly from the contract manufacturer. The details were “extremely accurate,” he told the Wall Street Journal when asked.