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Freedom from Corporatocracy

@bexarkat: taken from where I live, the name Béjar is of pre-Roman origin. The original form was Bigerra and is said to mean "place of the beehives." "Béjar" could be an adaption from the Spanish word abeja, which means "bee." An older spelling of the city's name is Béxar.

8 November 2016 0 Comments

why to vote for me today, and help get the other 50-60% who have not voted yet…Out to Vote 7a-7p – at any poll location in Travis County.

i refuse to support racist kkk leaders, nor am i willing to let fear drive me to support the megaindustry oligarchy’s glass ceiling breaker into the executive branch. the glimmers of truth, and false promises that seduce, flowing like wine from a viper’s mouth, are in direct opposition to my hope for the future; for […]

4 November 2016 0 Comments

Vestigages of White Supremacy in TX election practices/code

1.  Straight-ticket Voting – ignore the fact that no party can control every candidate’s nomination and some people run on the ticket they think will win the straight ticket that year, and just think for a moment about the reality that you are not looking into who you are casting votes for by voting straight-ticket. […]

27 October 2016 1 Comment

Comprehensive Travis Co. Voter Guide

Here is a thorough write-up on how one needs to vote in Travis County in order to put the power in the hands of people who care about the people over party, over profit, over power-over, over corporate interests, etc.   This was written by my roommate and Green Party Sheriff Candidate, she writes one […]

16 October 2016 0 Comments

Endorsed by LUTU

Officially endorsed by Left Up to Us Austin – the Berners who decided to focus on local races after his primary loss   Thanks LUTU!!   Their voter guide will be out soon

9 October 2016 0 Comments

Got Gentrification?

We all want our neighborhoods to be healthy and walkable; safe for everyone, but while gentrification accomplishes these things on the surface, at the core they remove the people in the neighborhood and import people from elsewhere with higher incomes. The rapid gentrification of Austin, especially East of I35, is primarily due to a bill […]

24 September 2016 0 Comments

How i Won, but Lost my First Election

I believe it was in 2001, but I could be mistaken. There was a local election for Sheriff in Bulverde, Comal County, Texas.  I saw there was an election coming up and there was a writein in field in the sheriff race.  So I rallied my base of supporters, mostly the voting age members of my […]

2 September 2016 0 Comments

Why 2 sets of records for police officers?

Happened across the news exiting #satx city hall today – when inquiry made to what covering, it was police contract.  Asked local police accountability activists and was made aware the biggest sticking point for the community was the allowing police officer’s records to be expunged (for free-private citizens pay min $1500) after two years. Then […]

31 August 2016 0 Comments

keeping up with kat

Despite having WordPress installed on my phone, I continue to favor twitter and facebook: campaign page and Profile for getting out issues and current events. It has been an odd election cycle, thus far, have only received one survey request – usually by now, even Green candidates get at least five or six.  I have […]

27 April 2016 1 Comment

A new idea for PotUS elections

For the last 16years, I have run Green Party “primaries” in Texas, from the precinct level to the State level, and participated as a voting delegate to the national presidential nominating convention.  During those years, we started with IRV (instant runoff voting), and experimented with numerous other methods, mostly for multi-seat elections, and presidential nominations. […]

25 January 2016 0 Comments

Ending White Supremacy, a convo of ideas

Racism has made a swift comeback to the fore of society.  It is no longer hidden in shadows, something only “ignorant hillbillies” do, etc., since desegregation and affirmative action. Obviously those regulations were facades of fixes. Our institutions are based in racist, sexist, ableist, etc. policies that must be dismantled, not merely regulated. (And undoing […]