You could do a lot of damage by putting your hopes, and your resources and time, behind a candidate for president in 2016.
Why? There is no one seeking to be Commander in Chief in 2016 from either party who will:
The first and second of Bob Avakian’s “3 Things that have to happen in order for there to be real and lasting change for the better” (May 1, 2016) are (1) “People have to fully confront the actual history of this country and its role in the world up to today, and the terrible consequences of this,” and (2) “People have to dig seriously and scientifically into how this system of capitalism-imperialism actually works, and what this actually causes in the world.”
An Aging Muslim Prisoner, Jailed For 23 Years After FBI Entrapment, Petitions For Presidential Clemency
Carol Dudek | June 21, 2016
Debra Sweet | June 16, 2016
Reuters reported this week that the Obama administration has quietly ceased efforts to Close Guantanamo.
Curt Wechsler | May 18, 2016
CIA destruction of the Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture fails to erase the history of, or culpability for the horrors practiced at Guantanamo. No one will be able to put that particular genie back in the bottle. U.S. and international law provide no statute of limitations on the prosecution of war crimes.
World Can't Wait | June 16, 2016
You're outraged at the bigotry, hatred and murder that is being whipped up against black people, the LGBTQ community, women, immigrants, and Muslims.
World Can't Wait and War Criminals Watch endorse this message by Nicolas J. Sandy Davies:
Since the end of the Cold War, the United States of America has systematically violated the prohibition against the threat or use of force contained in the UN Charter and the Kellogg Briand Pact. It has carved out a regime of impunity for its crimes based on its UN Security Council veto, non-recognition of international courts and sophisticated "information warfare" that undermines the rule of law with political justifications for otherwise illegal threats and uses of force.
Cheers to Ellen Chenoweth, creator of the George W. Bush Presidential Library Augmented Reality Project
Reality according to the "The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum":
Twenty-two-year-old Samantha Morris is a social worker at an Alabama-based nonprofit organization who works hard to attend to the needs of men and women recently released from prison or still incarcerated. When she began her job in 2015, she declined the nonprofit's offer to allocate a portion of her monthly wages into a 401(k) account. "At the time, I didn't want to take money out of my paycheck every month to invest through the organization that I work for," Morris said. However, like many young professionals anxious about their future, Morris found it prudent to save money, if possible, by investing in stocks and mutual funds.
The film “Eye in the Sky” builds drama through excruciating minutes ticking by as politicians debate the legality and morality of sending Hellfire missiles into a house in Nairobi Kenya where tiny surveillance drones show figures strapping on suicide vests, just as a young girl unwittingly sets up shop nearby. She is full of life, and would be likely killed.