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By: Open Source | Empress of the Global Universe

Fri, 25 Feb 2011 17:43:08 +0000

[...] I have been reading this article again, and also the two previous articles The Open Source Party Proposal and The QuestionAuthority Proposal. [...]

By: RU Sirius: The QuestionAuthority Proposal | Disinformation

Sat, 26 Sep 2009 06:51:19 +0000

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By: DNAniel

Wed, 30 Jan 2008 21:50:12 +0000


By: The Circling Crow » Blog Archive » Take Action Against Authoritarianism

Wed, 05 Dec 2007 05:06:43 +0000

[...] To Read the QuestionAuthority Proposal click here [...]

By: Samba

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 21:21:53 +0000

The title Question Authority is too passive,and accepts the power structure as legitimate,by trashing the constitution they have violated the oath of office. This movement would be better named- RECLAIM AUTHORITY

By: Nancy Jane Moore

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 13:19:07 +0000

I like the Question Authority ideas and will keep an eye on what you do. However, I must tell you that when I pulled up your page, I got also got an ad for John McCain's presidential run. I'm sure it was placed by an ad robot, but it still seemed a tad ironic.

By: Benjamin Harrison » Going Globo

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 07:25:32 +0000

[...] light in the gloomy wilderness of national politics. He published two documents this week entitled The QuestionAuthority Proposal and The Open Source Party Proposal. They have me sort of excited, because for the first time in a [...]

By: R.U. Sirius Kicks Off The QuestionAuthority Movement | Democracy for Vancouver

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 04:26:11 +0000

[...] Read More. Recent posts in Free speech categoryR.U. Sirius Kicks Off The QuestionAuthority Movement - November 28th, 2007aye-yi-yi - November 28th, 2007Persistent people pushing for peace - November 4th, 2007 Stumble it! [Share This] [Sphere: Related Content] [ Print This ] [ Email This ] This entry is filed under Free speech, Government Accountability, human rights. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. Leave a Reply This post is open to comments [...]

By: Neil in Chicago

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 03:39:17 +0000

As the proposal stands, it's fatally flawed. If there is any distinction between vigilance toward centralized political power and centralized economic power, equally, the project fails.

By: vanderleun

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 02:45:21 +0000

Plus noen with "The Final Solution." Tell you what,noen, you haul out there to Identify, Impeach, Prosecute Imprision. Pack a lunch. You'll get very, very hungry en route to your nembutal nirvana.

By: vanderleun

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 01:39:34 +0000

OK, Ron Paul androids have landed. Move on. Nothing more to see here.

By: noen

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 01:13:32 +0000

Naomi Wolf today on Democracy Now: "Finally, we have to -- we started the It’s a democracy movement to restore the rule of law. We're calling for lawyers across the country and citizens to call for hearings, special prosecutor, identify the crimes, impeach and prosecute, and save the country." Identify Impeach Prosecute Imprison The only solution.

By: Steve

Thu, 29 Nov 2007 00:20:14 +0000

Looks like people here need to vote for Dr. Ron Paul. 1) "Resurrection of all basic liberties and protections": yes. 2) "Maximum state transparency": yes. Ron Paul is the only major candidate to have voted against the original "USA PATRIOT Act", and has written bills that would repeal it. He opposes REAL ID, usage of your SSN as universal ID, and continues to take uncompromising stands for privacy and liberty. 3) "A robust system of checks and balances...a return to active use of the 'War Powers Act'": yes. Ron Paul has opposed every undeclared war since he entered office, including the current one. He has consistently supported limitation of the Federal Government to its constitutionally allowed powers for his entire career. 4) "An end to the so-called 'war on drugs'": yes. Ron Paul supports legalization of all drugs at the federal level, and has sponsored the "State's Rights to Medical Marijuana" act, among others. 5) "Continued vigilance in the defense of free expression": yes. Ron Paul has consistently opposed all efforts to regulate free expression, including the "Broadcast Indecency Act of 2004" and all efforts to regulate expression on the Internet. Ron Paul is the only major candidate for decades that has consistently and uncompromisingly stood for freedom and the Constitution. We need to support him with whatever we've got, and VOTE. IMPORTANT! Please note that many states have closed primaries, so you may need to register Republican to vote for him. See his official site to see how to vote for him in your state:

By: vanderleun

Wed, 28 Nov 2007 21:24:47 +0000

" We've witnessed, in recent years, the death of many of our constitutional rights and liberties. " By "many" you have to mean more than 2 (a couple) and more than 3 (a few)... so could you please list four or more?

By: left palate

Wed, 28 Nov 2007 20:52:45 +0000

Why don't we just cut the shit and go straight to the challenge authority stage. Authority could care less about being exposed, it just makes us all the more fearful about it and reifies the monster. What it can't stand is being revealed for the paper tiger that it is. Why not a proposal to start shutting down the authority instead?

By: Just Lookin

Wed, 28 Nov 2007 20:49:01 +0000

There may be one more authoritarian trend I think you should consider - the tendancy of police forces to move from helpful 'serve and protect' deployment to a hostile, armed military force with a focus on intimidation and revenue collection.

By: » Blog Archive » RU Sirius’s two proposals

Wed, 28 Nov 2007 20:36:21 +0000

[...] It’s time for all those who oppose authoritarian governance and culture to put aside their differences and join together in a coalition that can act as a counterforce to this gathering threat to our liberties. Link [...]

By: REkzkaRZ

Tue, 27 Nov 2007 08:16:30 +0000

I mean to mention my latest blog post, featuring an interview w/Naomi Wolf (not by me) and also a link to Kucinich page where he asks "is it time" to impeach Bush?

By: REkzkaRZ

Tue, 27 Nov 2007 08:14:08 +0000

MondoGlobo -- I like it. American Apparel ads? I don't like 'em. Open Source Party concept? Very catchy. Nerdy - cool. I like it. Another 3rd party in a 2 party system. Sucks. We have to change the 2 party to 3 party. Frankly, I could give a flying F--K about another 3rd party, b/c I'm Green Green Green. I love the Green Party -- don't love Nader particularly, but at least he 'understood' what's happening here. He just didn't have that charisma thingie. How about having your Open Source Party concept link up all the 3rd parties into a massive combo party that can unite on specific issues, like end of war(s), environment and people before corp profits, and so on...? We don't need another 3rd party, we need a multi-party system!!! Then again, I think the word 'party' would be better described as 'political viewpoint'. We need more viable political viewpoints in the debate than merely "I'm for big biz and weathy" vs "I'm for big biz and wealthy but the poor folks don't have to starve".