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The Fight To Take Power Back From Corporations

The Fight To Take Power Back From Corporations

Nicholas Condorcet June 2, 2013 1

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org When the USA was founded corporations didn’t have rights. Instead they had rules and had to follow them closely. The movement to end corporate personhood attempts to

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Project Arizona: Building a Bridge for Better Community

Project Arizona: Building a Bridge for Better Community

Nicholas Condorcet May 28, 2013 0

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Arizona is a divided state facing many problems. Arizona has become one of the leading states for foreclosures, often near the bottom of national education rankings, court

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OP-ED: Are we Free to disagree with the government in the USA?

OP-ED: Are we Free to disagree with the government in the USA?

Nicholas Condorcet May 25, 2013 1

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org These days, trust in government officials is low. Often, it seems any promises made on the campaign trail are quickly forgotten by elected officials. Many politicians seem

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Legalize Campaigns Take Many Forms This 4/20

Legalize Campaigns Take Many Forms This 4/20

Nicholas Condorcet April 15, 2013 0

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Across the Valley of the Sun several groups are calling for an end to the prosecution of Marijuana users.  In 2010 Arizona voters approved medical marijuana for

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OP-ED: Capitalism – Is Greed the Most Deadly Sin?

OP-ED: Capitalism – Is Greed the Most Deadly Sin?

Nicholas Condorcet March 23, 2013 2

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org In 2013, a number of local anarchists challenge us to question the beliefs that have led the USA to a position of dominance worldwide.  Is capitalism a

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The Arthouse: A Tale of Communal Life in the City

The Arthouse: A Tale of Communal Life in the City

Nicholas Condorcet March 10, 2013 0

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org One of the off-shoots of the social movements of the 1960’s and 70’s was the commune. With communes people moved far away from cities to share

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Time to Rethink Death Penalty For Arizona?

Time to Rethink Death Penalty For Arizona?

Nicholas Condorcet February 27, 2013 0

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Seventeen U.S. states, including New Mexico and Connecticut, have abolished the Death Penalty.  Across the nation concerns about wrongful convictions, the cost of the long appeal

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The Future of Gun Control for Arizonans

The Future of Gun Control for Arizonans

Nicholas Condorcet February 19, 2013 2

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Gun policies vary greatly from country to country and state to state.  The U.S. is generally considered to have comparatively few limits on gun ownership versus

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Is 2013 the Year of Getting Big Money Out of Politics?

Is 2013 the Year of Getting Big Money Out of Politics?

Nicholas Condorcet February 12, 2013 4

By Nicholas Condorcet Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org The U.S. Supreme Court decision Citizens United states money is speech and corporations have First Amendment free speech rights to spend unlimited money in elections.  Some

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