Category: Patrick Spurlock

To: WIRED c/o Mr. David Wolman

re: “Convictonomics (Nov. 2012 —- WIRED 20.11, pp. 029-030)” Mr.Wolman’s stab at the subject of penology gone burnt toast, here in the United States, does not give proper voice to those who have already stated the truth. Although Mr.Wolman’s attack truly seeks to land a mighty blow against […]

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I would like to exercise the opportunity of this blog to shamelessly promote my educational objectives which will be best served by and through familiarization with computer languages. At this time, the following books will be of great benefit to my rehabilitation: Title: C# For Beginners(2015); Title: Code […]

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“Presidential Debate Over Democracy Under Our Declaration Of Independence? Not!” [circa (10/07/2012)] Let us all return for a minute to the word Democracy. If we were to start with a tangible point of reference; say, THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, would or should that mean that WE THE PEOPLE […]

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To: SF Bay View[circa (12/03/2012)] Re: “Cynthia McKinney on leadership”, By Paul Craig Roberts ~ Nov. 2012 issue A “Leader” gives their People three things in exchange for three: 1) He or She gives their People a well conceived-unifying ideology; 2) A solid self-defense, self education and materials […]

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We The People (vol. 2)

To: WE THE PEOPLE-vol.2 [circa (12/12/2016)] Title: “Government Sponsored Mass Murder – Commonalities Shared By The United States, Syria, & Russia” The name of the original “WE THE PEOPLE” I prepared back on 07/07/2011 is “Gun Control, Oscar Grant, & The Slaughter In Syria”. Today(12/04/2016), finds us – […]

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We The People (vol. 1)

To: WE THE PEOPLE -vol.1 [circa 07/07/2011] Title: “Gun Control, Oscar Grant & The Slaughter In Syria” Am I drunk? Or am I simply not paying proper attention! With so many politician’s speaking so vaguely about Patriot’s Day and the battles at Lexington and around Boston, I felt […]

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