change.org has not eliminated the risk of voter fraud in its Ideas for Change in America campaign that I first wrote about a few days ago: “I committed voter fraud @ change.org”. This morning I was able to log in using the same disposable email accounts I used to test their system with New Year’s […more]
Ballot stuffing + Censorship – Integrity = Bogus election
Today is the start of Round 2 in change.org’s Ideas for Change in America project. It should be known the Ideas finalists did not result from grass-roots driven democracy. Rather, the process has been tainted by unfair tactics and strategies by participants and organizers alike.
Despite recent disclaimers that they are a “private” venture, many of us who participated in the Idea project were led to perceive the site was
Welcome to my blog. I have had a blog for more than a year, but never posted after the first entry. Maybe it was due to poor health and lack of energy and motivation, but I was also trying to be super-geeky and host it at my own domain. Hopefully, hosting here at WordPress will simplify the process so I can focus on writing, rather than FTPing and troubleshooting upgrades.
I will soon be posting a critique of the recent Ideas for change in America project at change.org, but didn’t want that to be my very first post here.