Bart Gruzalski
Bart Gruzalski

Bart Gruzalski's most recent book is On Gandhi. After 9/11, Bart lectured across the country about a nonviolent solution to terrorism. Bart writes poetry, teaches meditation and urges folks to check out Green presidential Candidate Jill Stein. Our current Duopoly is leading us to economic and ecological disaster. Gary Johnson agrees with JS on foreign and domestic social issues, but they differ radically on domestic economic policy. JS wants a 25 million job stimulus program. GJ wants no job stimulus program and supports the 1% by wanting no capital gains taxes at all and no limits on campaign spending. Your choice--it's our democracy to take back from the Duopoly.

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April 10, 2013

Would You Consent to a Robot Surgeon?

Robotic surgery is being done more and more often for a variety of operations. But experts say there's a lack of strong evidence that it's any better than good ol' human surgery.

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April 8, 2013

A List Of Entitlements Obama Would Probably Axe to Appease Republicans

Liberals are rightly incensed at President Obama's willingness to cut Social Security in exchange for tax increases. But that's not the only benefit our so-called progressive president would cut.
March 22, 2013

Pope Francis Could Be the Catholic Dali Lama — A Humble Servant Of the People

Pope Francis brings a humble attitude that we have only heard in recent times form the Dalai Lama: simplicity, love, humility, and charity.
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Feb. 20, 2013

Newsvine Redesign Has Community Up in Arms

MSNBC has destroyed two of its flagship social media sites, encouraging speculation that they did so to shut down independent discussion of the issues. Are the critics right?
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Jan. 21, 2013

MLK: Assassinated Leader for Blacks and Poor Was a Constant Agitator of the 1%

If he were alive today, Martin Luther King Jr. would have been the leader of protest movements like Occupy and remained an enemy of the 1%.
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Nov. 5, 2012

You’ll Almost Certainly Vote For the Winning Obama/Romney Party: What Can You Now Expect?

Whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney win the presidential election, the same party will remain in control.

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Nov. 3, 2012

Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Why Climate Change is the Key Issue for Millennial Voters

As Mayor Michael Bloomberg has now conceded, climate change is a huge global issue, and one that all voters should keep in mind while making their choice on Tuesday.
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Nov. 1, 2012

Gary Johnson as President: A Comfort to the 1 Percent

The fair tax is a tax on consumption, not on income or returns from investments.
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Oct. 27, 2012

Gary Johnson, Jill Stein Are Only the Candidates You Should Vote for in Election 2012

Who to vote for is a looming question for those disappointed by Obama but turned off by Romney (or vice versa). Luckily, there are alternatives who will put our country back on track.
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Oct. 25, 2012

Jill Stein for President: Why Obama Has Not Fought for the 99 Percent

While Obama supporters argue that the president has done the best he can for the 99%, there are two key instances in which the president failed to use his office to advocate for us.
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Oct. 24, 2012

Who Won the Third Party Debate? Jill Stein and Rocky Anderson Win, But Americans Are the Biggest Winners

A complete score card for the third part presidential debate.

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Oct. 24, 2012

Third Party Debate Winners: First Place: the People; Tied for second, Stein and Anderson

Jill Stein VS Gary Johnson, Whom Will You Vote For??? Please see my Top Issues for ideas to add to yours: Democracy of the people; Dumb Terror Wars; Jobs; Healthcare; Global Warming
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Oct. 19, 2012

Jill Stein vs Obama: As a Presidential Candidate, Obama is Not the Lesser of Two Evils

While many believe that Obama is the lesser of two evils, Obama's record on several key issues, including our civil liberties and drone strikes abroad, should make voters consider Jill Stein.
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Sept. 5, 2012

Jill Stein vs Barack Obama: Why We Should Elect Our First Woman President in 2012

For those of us apprehensive of both a Romney presidency and four more years of Obama, there's another option.