Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

Are We Really Free?

They call us free Who's to say? We the people must put an end to all this madness You're our only hope The love has faded away The flowers have fallen from our hair Those times are gone Forced to play along We have been lead to what we have become Forced to follow along Or Pay a price Money, pain, incarceration, Death among a few Even the most respected and powerful people have tried to stand And paid the price ...more »

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Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

Legalization of Prostitution

We are wasting billions of dollars fighting this non-problem when it could be better used as a tax base, when less money can be better spent to chase bona fide human traffickers and child pornographers. This is a non-crime. Let the people who choose to do it, do it. Regulate and license it, mandate condom use, and spend the money chasing actual criminals.

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Campaign: Making Government Operations More Open

Broadcast all state executions -- Capital Punishment on TV

We pay for it. We pay to execute people, and it is done in our name. Should the State shield taxpayers from it? This is not a question about whether capital punishment right or wrong. Rather, if we have it, should we be kept from seeing it? We're talking about bringing the actions of the State into the light... this is certainly something that is kept from us. Obviously, serious provisions would be made for guarding ...more »

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Campaign: Legal & Policy Challenges

Why the famous ex-presidnet of korea died?

In korea, ex-president died. Police say that he suicided. But there is every reason to believe that it is a murder. When he was the korea president, he couldn't change korea society well. Korean people wanted to be rich as soon as possible. And also we wanted to do irregularities for our success. Korean people was always full of complaints. He perfectly couldn't punish criminals by the complains. The criminals increased ...more »

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