CORPORATE INFLUENCE AND PARTISAN POLITICS HAVE PREVENTED CONGRESS FROM PASSING PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION

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Organization and Informartion Resources

Activism

Capitalism – Disaster Economy

Censorship

CEO Pay

Civil Liberties

Climate Change

Climate Change Justice

Congress

Consumer Protection

Coronavirus

Corporate Reform

Corporations – We the People Amendment

Covert Operations

COVID-19 And Civil Society

COVID Origins

Criminal Justice

Cuba

Death Penalty

Digital Security

Donald Trump

Drug War

Drugs

Economy

Election 2016

Election 2020

Election Process

Election Protection

Energy

Energy Industry

Environment

Environmental Protection Agency

Federal Budget

Filibuster

Food Industry

Foreign Policy

Fossil Fuels

Gig Economy

Globalization

Government

Government – California

Government Reform

Government – Revolving Door

Haiti

Health

Healthcare Justice

Homelessness

Housing

Human Rights

Human Rights – National Security

Human Rights – Prisoners

ICE Detention

IMF – International Money Fund

Immigration

Income

Inequality

Intellectual Property

Iran-Contra Affair

Labor

Mass Incarceration

Media

Medical-Industrial Complex

Medicare for All

Militarism

Military Industrial Complex

Minimum Wage

NAFTA

Net Neutrality

Palestine and Israel

Pharma

Police Reform

Politicians

Poverty

Progressive Legislation

Recession (Great) 2017-8

Recession/stimulus 2020

Regulations

Republicans

School Vouchers

Sequestration Cuts

Social Programs

Social Security

Socialism

Student Debt

Supreme Court

Surveillance

Taxes

Trade

Trans-Pacific Partnership

Unions

Vaccine

Voting

Wall Street Reform

War

Wealth Inequality

Wireless Technology

Worker’s Rights

World Bank

Yemen

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Green Party Platform

Advanced Technology and Defense Conversion

Alternatives to Incarceration

American Exceptionalism

Anti-Trust Enforcement

Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF)

Banking and Insurance Reform

Banking Reform

Chemical and Biological Weapons

Civil Rights and Equal Rights

Climate Change

Climate Change Solutions

Consumer Protection

Corporate Accountability and Democracy

Corruption Reform

COVID 19 Coronavirus

Covert Actions

Criminal Justice Reform

Curbing Corporate Power

Demilitarization and Exploration of Space

Democracy

Domestic Security

Drones- Surveilance and Weapons

Economic Health – Measuring

Economic Justice – Social Safety Net

Education – Privatization

Electoral Reform

Energy Sources – Eliminate the Dirty & Dangerous

Energy Transition – Requirements

Environmental Justice

Fair Banking for All

Fair Taxation

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy-Trade

Green New Deal

Health Care

Human Rights vs. Corporations

Immigration

Insurance Reform

International Environmental Policy

International Law

Iran – Threat of War 2019-20

Israel-Palestine

Labor

Labor – Unions

Land Mines

Land Use

Marijuana

Measuring Economic Health

Media Reform

Media Reform Solutions

Medicare For All

Middle East – A Real Road to Peace

Military Arms Sales

Military Defense Budget

Minimum Wage

Monetary Reform

Monetary Reform (Greening the Dollar)

Muslims

National Endowment for Democracy (NED)

Nuclear Issues

Nuclear Weapons

Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

Police Accountability

Political Reform

Post Office

Poverty

Prison Conditions, Prisoner Treatment and Parolees

Renewable Sources

Republicrats Duopoly

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Single Payer

SOA – Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation

Student Debt

Syria Intervention

Taxes

Torture

USA PATRIOT Act

War on Drugs

Water

Welfare – A Commitment to Ending Poverty

Whistleblower

Women’s Reproductive Rights

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Our Emergency

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About mekorganic

I have been a Peace and Social Justice Advocate most all of my adult life. This Blog and website are meant to be a progressive educational site, an alternative to corporate media and the two dominate political parties. Your help and participation is most appreciated. (click photo)
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