How Mike Gravel FOUGHT The Military-Industrial Complex | Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar

Krystal and Saagar are joined by Skye Wallin, the director of a new documentary about the late Senator Mike Gravel who stood up against the war machine in multiple Presidential campaigns

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  1. Wokie SJWs perform on social media as unwitting idiots for the owners of America. Thousands of Mike Gravels terrify the owners. Hmmmm young people. You wanna be useful idiots or truly make a difference?

  2. Well it seems like I'm criminally uneducated about Mike Gravel.. I knew the name, if you told me he's the guy who read the Pan Papers into the record, that would have clicked and I would have remembered "Ah yes Mike Gravel, a pretty anti-corruption, progressive congressman from waay back.." Fortunately at least I know where to start.. "American Gadfly" is next on my movie list.

  3. Whereas we the people are created equal, and whereas we the people are endowed with certain inalienable rights, and whereas we the people instituted a government to secure these rights, and whereas we the people lay the foundation on such principles, and organize its power in such form, as to us shall seem most likely to affect the above objective, do require the following Bill of Rights for Voting Equality.

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    All citizens of the United States, attaining the age of majority in an election year, shall have the right to vote in any public election in the jurisdiction where they reside.

    (The age of majority shall be based on the YEAR and not the MONTH. Therefore if Your birth occurs after the election (Nov & Dec) you shall be permitted to participate that year.)

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    Furthermore, in order for the People to Form a more perfect union; the citizen's input must be in all government decisions.

    Therefore all citizens at or exceeding the age of majority have the obligation to vote and shall consider elections as to have been summoned for that purpose.

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    NOTE: The concept of a single-seat office as different from a multi-seat office, is as such: Multi-seat offices such as LEGISLATIVE branches must hold votes to make decisions. The single-seat office EXECUTIVE decides on its own.)

    All citizens exceeding the age of majority shall have the right to be represented in the house of representatives, by the person of their choice, continuously.

    a) One seat in the house legislative branch shall be added every thirty thousand in population.

    b) Each state shall divide its population by 30,000 to determine its number of representatives.

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    d) Congress shall be unicameral, and the Senate shall be dissolved.

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    The District constituting the seat of Government of the United States shall elect Representatives into the Congress in such number and such manner as it would be entitled if it were a State. (open to adding the population to Maryland or Virginia )

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    The Presidential/Vice-Presidential election (a SINGLE-SEAT OFFICE) shall be counted by (score or approval) counting.


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    The Judicial branch shall no longer be selected by the executive branch.

    They shall be selected by a pool.; as is the jury.

    Legal peers (parameters needed) will score judges based on criteria (parameters needed).

    Each Federal district shall have its own pool. Applicants may submit their names for any district but run the risk of not being "known by their peers" in that area.

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    Jury duty participants are to be paid an hourly rate equal to their congressperson's salary.

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    The Prosecutor and the Defendant must have equal resources. The General Fund shall be used to bring whichever side is inadequate up to par.  A Judge may cap the expenditures but must do so equally. And prosecute any fraud.


  4. I donated to Him during that run. I wanted him on that stage. He did meet the bar to be there and the DNC screwed him out of it. I was for Bernie, but wanted Mike up there. The Gravel institute they built is still fighting for something better for all.

  5. Wasn't Mike Gravel the senile old man who stared at a camera for several minutes, then walked over to throw a rock in a lake? Wow, ground breaking, and inspiring! Can't imagine why he's not the president.

  6. When the gatekeepers don't do what you want there are things you can do.
    (Yes, but they are all a waste of time). If you've been watching the system you have to know that only boutique issues can get traction. Those being anything that doesn't inconvienience our ruling plutocrats.

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