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YeeHah! Bringing the power to the people - sites that present political propoganda for your perusing pleasure. Theoretically, having more issue information available to more people means mo' better democracy. Whether or not it all actually makes a difference is up to us.
As former Speaker of the House Tip O'Neil said it, "All politics is local" - so, here is information online about Internet politics
- I run a Legal Beat page with commentary and links on rights infringed, overbearing authorities, copyright wrangling.
- Rogue knights of privacy, the Cypherpunks have tools and texts for other folk seeking to
- To help you stay current on these issues raging over the net: Cryptography, PGP, and Your Privacy from the virtual library. A plethora of resources targeted here, in the most straightforward of formats. (3/28/95)
- The first bastion of CyberFreedom is online, visit the Electronic Frontier Foundation's page. They offer the latest links to Internet Politics sites, as well as updates on the poltical wrangling over computers, communication, and cryptography. Their archives hold a ton of vital info for anyone wishing to understand a bit more of this legal-computer stuff. In particular, their Action Alerts are often the best way to keep tabs on net.law. (3/28/95)
- Check out this information on Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill pending in the UK. From what I have read at this site, it is an attempt to wrest greater powers for the police - the worst kind of power - power to stop culture and community. Check it out. This guy has set up a site to coordinate information on this bill - in an attempt to raise awareness. Grassroots web site politiking!
- Various International Home Pages
- My former roommate here at Swat has set up a page on the EZLN, the Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional, the organization responsible for the uprising in Chiapas, Mexico.
- Noam Chomsky, professor of Linguistics at MIT, has been a critic of American foreign policy for many years now. Always eloquent, often off-the-wall, but thoroughly thought-provoking. He's worth a read, without question. This is a front end for his articles, lectures, interviews, quotes, images, and related links. (3/28/95)
- Opening with a 130k pic of the fat man's mug, the Rush Limbaugh Information Page coordinates Rush resources in the absence of a devoted web page. He has had a bit of his white male rage propigated over the internet - you can read his 35 Undeniable Truths online. My favourite is the last one, and I agree with it - "Too many Americans can't laugh at themselves anymore." Does he include himself? He would be pretty funny, if he weren't so scary sometimes...
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