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  • commented 2017-08-31 19:57:25 -0500
    Kari and Tom, most of the shifts are covered but I may need two people on Monday 9-1. I will confirm and let you know.
  • commented 2017-08-31 16:16:04 -0500
    Tom Cleland and Kori M. Wong can arrive for a four hour shift on Monday, Sept. 4. What time would you like us to station the booth?
  • commented 2017-08-18 10:55:30 -0500
    To reply specifically to Jim: Eah tech. that displaces a worker or workers should be taxed as if the cost of an employee. Said tax should be set up in an inviolate public trust that would eventually support a Universal Basic Income. This would be true for 3-d printing as well where these printers are now capable of printing a house or a car. Peace, T
  • commented 2017-08-18 10:40:27 -0500
    The Green Party needs to have vision within its planks, within its foundational concepts. Ones that are realistic and futuristic. Technology should be seen as a liberating element. One that supports a Universal Basic Income and not the profit of a few individuals and stock holders. We need to redefine the value of work as a creative paradigm. Hire millions to restore our earth’s environment, a project that will take centuries. Demand clean transportation. Demand that our children be trained in how to raise children. Educate million sin clinical psychology, and ecology to heal the wounds of the past. Return to an economy of farming, only this time with health and community in mind, i.e., small, organic farms. Educate our children in compassion, empathy, and human bonds. Start with what the public can readily digest: Call for carbon free high speed rail systems that would employ up to twelve mllion for decades. Call for those who are struggling with low incomes and with families to be hired first for this project. Call for free university educations. Call for things that people need and understand.

    Call for an end to our ridiculous wars.

    Thomas Evans
  • commented 2017-08-17 19:28:24 -0500
    10.) Technology

    “Greens call for the re-engineering of current technologies and the development of new technologies for clean production. Greens also support the development of technologies that can be applied on a small-scale basis instead of the current concentration on technologies for massive and large-scale production.”

    I agree, mostly.

    But after WWII when technology began to enter the Big-Bang phase of its influence on human society, futurists, philosophers, economists and the everyday observer saw or hoped, perhaps in vain, the capabilities of developing technologies to release a human being from servitude and not the hand-cuffing of humans to the technology.

    It was hoped that technology would serve as a liberator, not an enabler of modern corporate powers over the citizen.

    How to fit that in the plank, I wouldn’t know.
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  • commented 2017-03-16 11:12:56 -0500
    Thank you for the emails. Could you put links(?) on them so I could send them to my Facebook page also?

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