Campaigns


AT&T vs Landlines

AT&T asks FCC to let it off the hook; doesn't want to provide landline service, compromising communications in times of crisis

Posted January 9, 2010


Question WHY EXECUTIVE ORDER 12425 DESIGNATING INTERPOL AS A PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION ENTITLED TO ENJOY CERTAIN PRIVILEGES, EXEMPTIONS, AND IMMUNITIES

Demand to know more about AMENDING EXECUTIVE ORDER 12425 DESIGNATING INTERPOL AS A PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION ENTITLED TO ENJOY CERTAIN PRIVILEGES, EXEMPTIONS, AND IMMUNITIES signed by Mr Obama on Dec 16th 2009.

Posted January 8, 2010


Rewriting The U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973

this will make state agencies for the blind accept out of state and in-state National Federation of the blind rehabilitation funding for blind individual consumers who desire training at NFB Training facilities

Posted January 6, 2010


Legalization of marijuana

This is honestly just to help me graduate from high school, plus the fact that weed is useful for stuff. Is that good enough?

Posted January 4, 2010


Economic Hardship Student Loan Forgiveness

Due to the current economy, student loans for people over 45 that cannot find work in their field for more than two years should be forgiven.

Posted January 3, 2010


Restore Humane and Regulated Horse Processing in the U.S.

Misguided initiatives cause suffering of horses, and devastation of equine economy

Posted January 2, 2010


Control the Overpopulation of Wild and Feral Horses

Public land is being abused, and horses, people, & communities are suffering

Posted January 2, 2010


Say NO to virtual strip searches!

Stop full body scanning NOW

Posted January 1, 2010


Declare Individual Sovereignty

The American people's individual sovereignty is protected under the constitution.

Posted December 31, 2009


Transparency in the health care bill

I am opposed to the health care bill, and want to see the whole bill before any decisions are made!

Posted December 29, 2009



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