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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.

16 September 2010 1 Comment

This just in…stop the theft of water by corporatations

This from Independent Texans: Water marketers are swooping in across the state to take advantage of the existing anarchy of Texas water policy, commodifying water in a modern day a gold rush. But most Texans get it, that water is not a commodity, it is a natural resource, and it’s sinful to squander it. Most […]

2 September 2010 1 Comment

Proposed County Budget now online

Just got notice today via twitter @BexarCounty that the proposed FY (Fiscal Year) 2010-2011 Budget for Bexar County is now online: http://www.bexar.org/BexarCounty10-11Proposed%20Budget.pdf. over 400 pages! Homework time…

22 August 2010 0 Comments

Recycled campaign signs hit streets 8/23

Recycled campaign signs hit streets 8/23

Three years ago I ran for City Council District 1 (CCD1) and purchased a small quantity of signs. Turns out the date is easily modifiable with a black marker and the url with a little fabric paint. So I’ve got 17 signs to put out on the streets tomorrow and about 20 more to fix […]

19 August 2010 1 Comment

Site updates

I’ve added two things of note to this site: 1. Under Calendar -> Early Voting Dates/Locations 2. Under Extras -> Downloads – added a four to page, letter-sized, double-sided, campaign flyer that you can download and print if you have the means. It is in color, but prints just fine in b/w. Since I don’t […]

18 August 2010 0 Comments

Are your public officials’ emails public information?

Commissioner “Elizondo’s assertion that a public official’s e-mails and telephone logs have “nothing to do with government,” is at best ignorant and at worst, arrogant.(1)” I think this quote speaks for itself. Transparency is vital for democracy and open records requests are a vehicle for that transparency. Having recently had some work emails subpoenaed in […]

15 August 2010 0 Comments

Reasons to Run for Commissioner

My sole opponent is a 24yr incumbent. His website as of today (August 15, 2010) does not have any issues posted despite starting his campaign in November of last year (2009). He feels secure in keeping his seat without going to the people. He believes you will elect him because of his name, his incumbency, […]

18 July 2010 0 Comments

Electoral reforms necessary for democracy

We must implement: public funding of elections and campaigns closing the corporate loophole in Texas Election Code that allows corporate donations to political parties for operating costs (and on larger scale: movetoamend.org) On August 26th at 1:30p at the capitol, there will be hearings on how to change the portions of campaign finance laws in […]

13 July 2010 0 Comments

Corporations control the resources…


4 May 2010 0 Comments

Free the Ballot from the Tyranny of the Two-Party System Today!

the US Supreme Court decided that restrictions on ballot access will help maintain a two-party system and is therefore constitutional to prevent other parties from having easy access. Does this piss you off? Then sign our petition! We’ve put up an online petition for you to sign to get the Green Party and all of […]

14 January 2010 1 Comment

Green Party of Texas Ballot Access 2010

It is the season that repressive Texas ballot access campaigning approaches us… Ballot Access begins March 10th with the Precinct Conventions (more info later on locations) from 7-9pm.  All attendees count toward the requirement.  You must not have voted in a Dem/Rep party primary to be eligible to attend as a voting member. (Everyone is […]