Best Links at the Progress Report
|January 9, 2007||Posted by Staff under Archive, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Important Links to Other Sites
Worthwhile-Content LinksAlways interesting, here’s the web site of our friends at the Center for Economic and Social Justice Cafe Progressive, a collection of all sorts of resources for the “progressive” community. Looking for Internet services of any kind? Here’s the company that will help you! The Nonviolence Web If you oppose killing, look at the FCADP page Check out the Texas Observer’s DownHome Page! For information on serious attempts to prevent and cure cancer, rather than just make lots of money for medical bureaucrats, try People Against Cancer Living Room, editorials and testimonials by people espousing or struggling for a civilization in which community is worth more than cash, and personal freedom more than corporate profit. Concord Coalition, the main watchdog over USA federal budget balancing. Grassroots Economic Organizing, a newsletter on community-based economics and local cooperative action for economic justice.Earth Charter — they say they are promoting a People’s Earth Charter for 21st Century and beyond. Very interesting content, in a carefully-designed site. The Earth Site, the site for the Earth Trustee movement, created by the founder of Earth Day. Plenty of original, interesting material. The Meaning of Life and Answers to Society’s Ills, a rather ambitious undertaking but this site has some good material for you to see. Fully Informed Jury Association, informs juries of their right to judge the law as well as the person accused. Historically, fully informed juries have been instrumental in protecting our freedoms. The Jeffersonian Perspective, about Thomas Jefferson and his impact. Jefferson was the most principled of the Founding Fathers. American Success Institute, a fresh approach to beomcing an entrepreneur. No jive. The Center for Voting and Democracy, a pro-democracy organization fighting for proportional representation and other improved voting systems such as “instant runoff voting.” Nominate Your Favorite Site Got a favorite? We want to know about it, particularly if you use it for news, for staying up to date on important issues, for helping yourself to stay as well-informed as you deserve.
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