Interview with A Pirate Researcher

A little over two weeks ago, I had  a very interesting meeting with a Swedish researcher doing a study on “Piracy as an ideological movement”. As we as a movement gain more traction, there will doubtless be more, but this is the first one to have really contacted me, and been serious about the project. […]
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The REAL Voter Fraud

If you ask people about voter fraud, most will admit it’s a serious issue, and it IS. People casting votes they’re not entitled to is a serious problem around the country, and something needs to be done about it. What’s currently being done is NOT the solution though. Current Voter Fraud proposals don’t address the […]
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Republican Caves to Homophone Pressure

You would think that a job based on public perceptions, and paying a fortune ($174,000/year) of taxpayer money would take the time to do their job properly, or at least employ someone who can pass middle-school English class. It seems not. A tweet from Freshman Republican Austin Scott [R-GA8] has cause to question the competency […]
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US’s First Pirate Party

It’s finally happened, and the US has it’s first official Pirate Party. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts approved the Massachusetts Pirate Party for inclusion on the ballot earlier this week, meaning that it’s the first place in the country where you can ‘vote pirate’ While I’ve been involved on in the movement for a number of years, the […]
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Breaking the 2-Party Two-Step

In the US, Tuesday is election day. A day when people all over the country go out, and exercise democracy. In some countries, the very act of voting is seen as a triumph, something worthwhile to be attained. The US sees it as so important, that several countries have been invaded in the past century […]
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