By Resilience.org Staff
There will be light posting from 20th April to 5th May due to editorial vacations. Regular posting will resume on 8th May. Teaser …
By Mari Margil, YES! magazine
If we want to secure community control, we must plant our feet...on the people’s inherent, constitutional, collective right to govern the places where they live.
By Thomas Linzey, Mari Margil, YES! magazine
Today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission—giving corporations the ability to spend money directly to influence federal elections under the Constitution’s First Amendment—was inevitable. It represents a logical expansion of corporate constitutional “rights”—which include the rights of persons which have been judicially conferred upon corporations. “Personhood” rights mean that corporations possess First Amendment rights to free speech, along with a litany of other rights that are secured to persons under the federal Bill of Rights.