Five paths for changemakers
For those committed to making the world a better place and believe that government structures and civic action play a key role here are five ways to make change happen.
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“For those committed to making the world a better place and believe that government structures and civic action play a key role…”
What else to expect from a creature that loves the state and telling you how to live. Just remember when you read or listen to drivel like this: More government = less freedom. If you don’t care and prefer to have elitist like Gary and his ilk making decisions for you and running your life, that’s a sorry path to follow.
Living free is not easy it requires principles, perseverance, preparation and a willingness to be responsible for your actions. Living under the boot of the state is easy: shut up, obey and grovel at the feet of the likes of Gary.
It’s your choice,
Judiciary corruption is a problem competing with the five pointers you suggest. Then there is more corruption with Kealoha mailbox or Lyon Contractor DHHL. Notice how every issue that is in front or in history is beating on the dead black horse of the americanization process.
So how well did Hooser’s full-throated, charge up the hill, sue, sue, sue approach work with 2491? Community polarization, divisiveness, great taxpayer expense and ultimately the courtroom losses and political defeats of Hooser and Bynum. Folks, never take advice from a failed politician. Unless you want to repeat the same errors. Oh, and Gary, please stop trying to channel Che Guevara. You come off as ridiculous.