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  •  Above Average Joomla! Powered Web Sites (weblinks) (1)

    These sites are mostly for web site designers who want to study better looks and "feels" that can be used to improve Green Party web sites.

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  •  Alternative Energy Sources (weblinks) (1)
  •  Anti-Science Watch Dogs (weblinks) (3)

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  •  Avoiding Environmental Catastrophes (weblinks) (5)

    Civilization depends on the environment and now in the 21st century the environment increasingly obviously depends on what human civilization does to live in harmony with the world that has produced us and allows us to live.

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  •  Bad Actors (weblinks) (3)
  •  Books of Interest to Progressives (weblinks) (19)

    Eventually most of the links to the books (hardbound and paper-back) and the eBooks listed here will go to free "open library" PDF copies of them and to other free and "open community commons" eBook file formats.

  •  Build (and refurbish) Our Own Homes (weblinks) (2)
  •  Campaign Lessons from the EU (weblinks) (1)

    The national and regional elections of national governments (i.a. almost every democratic government not the USA) with a multiparty Parliament, flexible, powerful, but often problematic shifting coalitions of parties in parliament, and a supervising Prime Minister approved by the dominant coalition may have much to teach USA Greens, other US third  parties, and their election campaigns.

    Remember one over-all goal of USA Greens if and when we succeed in winning more local, state, and at last some federal government offices, is to promote "proportional representation.  Proportional Representation would be a revised law-of-the-land, maybe requiring a state or federal constitutional amendment, maybe not, that lets all parties have at least some representation in the state legislatures and perhaps in the US Congress.  Proportional Representation thereby empowers and represents more of the USA's diverse points of view i n the US population. Proportional Representation may be as  close as the USA can get to a Parliamentary System of government without a  massive revision of the US Constitution.

    Most Greens agree there has been a stifling 2+ centuries of overwhelmingly exclusive and pre-dominating two party politics. This is the infamous crony-capitalist funded Duopoly Party that emerged vividly in the 2000s where one could no longer tell a Democrat from a Republican.  And "Third Parties" with some rare exceptions over our history have been marginalized by the Duopoly into insignificance and irrelevance, except to their most avid activist members.

    We Greens in the USA probably can "do better" if and when we understand both the pros and cons of Duopoly and Parliamentary governing history better.

  •  Campaign Lessons from the Right (weblinks) (4)
  •  Campaign Planning Information (weblinks) (2)
  •  Campaign Resources (weblinks) (4)
  •  Candidate News (weblinks) (4)
  •  Candidate Web Site Building Resources (weblinks) (1)
  •  Candidates for Public Office in 2012 (weblinks) (7)
  •  Centrist Rhetoric for Progressives to Reframe (wl) (12)

    Reframing and redirecting speech for progressives at the very least means "to change the course or direction of " the meaning and purposes of possibly misleading and malevolent speech in order to disarm and overshadow it with more attractive, more compelling, and personally motivating truth telling.

  •  Companies with Contracts to Help the GPCA (wl) (1)
  •  Conferencing Services (weblinks) (1)
  •  Conservative Rhetoric 4 Progressives 2Reframe (wl) (8)

    Reframing and redirecting speech for progressives at the very least means "to change the course or direction of " the meaning and purposes of possibly misleading and malevolent speech in order to disarm and overshadow it with more attractive, more compelling, and personally motivating truth telling.

  •  Controlling The Message (weblinks) (6)
  •  Corporations Are Not People (weblinks) (1)
  •  Democracy Destroying Politics (weblinks) (1)

    You can submit web links in this category to "OMG! WTF! and Ain't it awful!" news and commentary you have found elsewhere on the Internet.  There is a lot going on to complain about. But please add something useful for progressives to note in the target web page(s) in the "remarks" part of a web link setup during your submit-time. If you have some knowledge of books and scientific article composition (writing) and publication, your remarks might be 1-2 short paragraphs that summarize or "abstract" the target article(s).  If you have strong opinions or useful progressive ideas about the contents of the target web page(s) of 1+ of the links you submit, compose (write) an article and submit that to the appropriate article section, category, or if present, to a more appropriate sub-category of an article category.

    The articles referred to by web links you submit to this Democracy Destroying Politics web link category and/or to the sub-categories, if any, of this category should accurately inform, progressively analyze, and summarize (if you can) in what ways the anti-democratic actions of others are destroying democracy as well as quality of life in California and in the USA.  If possible find and submit links to articles that also provide constructive progressive commentary about historic and recent political acts in [city,] state, national and international politics which have seriously weakened or destroyed small-d democracy. Reading (or listening or viewing) the target web page (of text, audio or video) should inform progressives in general and the GPCA membership in particular and be "nutritious food for though" for GP people to create effective strategies and tactics.  Please think about whether and how that "education" of your fellow Greens can take place with the web links you submit and choose wisely.

    I (JGW, the CAGI web site admin) will soon add US states as sub-categories, but probably not counties within states.  I will provide on-request by email suitably named sub-categories of this web link "top-level" category to which you can submit and collect an increasing number of web links for a given [city, county,] state, the nation, other nations. Those with web links to suitably informative or insightful news or opinion-articles about a specific county, city or town will get an appropriately named sub-category on request by email.

    If the numbers of links submitted gets "too large", I may ask the Glossary Link GPUS (gp.org) to consider importing the non-California links from this CAGI site to their site.

  •  Ecology and Environmental Alternatives (weblinks) (10)
  •  Ecology and Environment Watch Dogs (weblinks) (13)

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  •  Economic Alternatives (weblinks) (18)

    Don't like the current USA Economy?

  •  Economic Crises: The "Fiscal Cliff" of 2012 (wl) (3)
  •  Economic Crises: True, False, So What? (weblinks) (105)

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  •  Economic Watch Dogs (weblinks) (7)

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  •  Election Information (weblinks) (1)
  •  Election Reform (weblinks) (3)
  •  Election Rigging (weblinks) (1)

    Two things win elections: who turns out to vote and who stays home and does not vote.

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  •  Energy Alternatives (weblinks) (1)
  •  Feminism: US and Other Countries (weblinks) (29)

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  •  Food Pollutions+Addictions (weblinks) (1)
  •  Fund Raising Rule Changes (weblinks) (1)

    Fund raising rule changes for the 2011 and 2012 election seasons.

  •  GP News in the USA and Canada (weblinks) (2)

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    Web links to news articles here should be about news in the USA or new about the likely effects of the source country's activities on the USA. Canadian "green party" news that influences the USA likely will come from the National Democratic Party (NDP) in Canada or references in the both countries' news to the NDP.

  •  GP News Outside the USA and Canada (weblinks) (5)

    Green Party News from outside the USA about news in the "foreign county" which effects the USA or the Green Party USA or the "Green Movement" in the USA.

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  •  GP Web Sites Around the World (weblinks) (10)
  •  GP Web Sites in California (weblinks)  (2)
  •  History of California's Major Elections (weblinks) (6)

    If you want to be better prepared to argue why your issue or candidate is truly the better or best one, it may help to have some California political history and herstory "in your quiver" to outline why things are they way they are today.

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  •  History of Protest Movements (weblinks) (2)
  •  How and When to be a Whistle Blower (weblinks) (7)

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  •  How to Have Sustained Non-Violent Protests (wl) (1)

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  •  Issues and Ideas (weblinks) (22)

    Issues and Ideas "of our times" and our imagined future discussed sort of well online as past and recent video streams. Links in this category not yet moved to a sub-category are "uncategorized".

  •  Issues and Ideas Web Sites (weblinks) (5)
  •  Known GP Sites Outside the USA (weblinks) (2)

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  •  Known GP Web Sites Across the USA (weblinks) (2)

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  •  Learning Drupal (Better) (weblinks) (5)
  •  Legal Improvements, Repeals and Repairs (weblinks) (2)
  •  Legal Tricks and Traps (weblinks) (41)

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  •  LGBT Issues: US and Other Countries (weblinks) (1)
  •  Making a Campaign Web Site with Wordpress (wl) (1)
  •  Medicare for All / Single Payer USA (wl) (10)
  •  Miscellaneous Progressive Resources (weblinks) (3)

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  •  Multimedia Web Content Production Tools (weblinks) (1)
  •  News and Commentary for Progressives (weblinks) (8)

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  •  Occupy Web Sites (weblinks) (21)
  •  Occupy Wall Street Protests (weblinks) (37)
  •  Oil Dependencies, Oil Drilling, Oil Spills (wl) (5)

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  •  Organizing, Organizers (weblinks) (2)

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  •  Other Off-Site Progressive Opinions (weblinks) (6)

    The following Internet links are to off-site progressive opinion-makers and "thought leaders" which to me, this site's developer, and to any registered site user, better inform, raise the consciousness of, and further empower the GPCA membership to articulate the "Green" alternatives.

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  •  Other Resources (weblinks) (1)

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  •  Other Watchdog Organizations (weblinks) (31)

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  •  Perils of Privatization (weblinks) (2)
  •  Potential N.Am GP Celeb Donors (4)

    These are celebrity sites which list celebrities in part by some of the Green Party's Ten Key Values, firstly are they vegans or vegetarians?

  •  Poverty In America (weblinks) (1)
  •  Prison Watch Dogs (weblinks) (1)

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  •  Privacy and Surveillance (weblinks) (3)
  •  Progressive Actions News (2)
  •  Progressive Books and Magazine Articles (weblinks) (4)
  •  Progressive Issues (weblinks) (1)

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  •  Progressive Issues: Adapting to Climate Change (wl (2)

    Since the mid 1980s a new kind of genetics based science has emerged which by 2014 has allowed predictions about what flora and fauna will better adapt to eco-systems affected by future climate changes. These are some of the web sites and videos that introduce the "lay public" to this research, these much larger issues than were ever addressable, researchable scientifically before, some of the findings of that research and some of the conclusions that affect "land managers" and land management world-wide now and in the short-run and longer-run future.

    THESE TOPICS GO FAR BEYOND "MERE" GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS (GM's, GMO's) USED FOR FOOD FOR HUMANS.  But this 20+ years old new line of research potentially more intricately involves genetic modifications applied on a much larger scale of organism communities and small to very large eco-systems!

  •  Progressive Issues: Class Warfare (weblinks) (4)

    If the least violent weapon of the tyrant is spreading fear, uncertainty, and doubt, the FUD factor, which divides and conquers the masses of the otherwise self-organizing, cooperating people by their fears, mistrust and confusion, then fueling class warfare is the epitome of FUD.

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  •  Progressive Issues: Corrupting Corporations (wl) (1)
  •  Progressive Issues: Corrupt Journalism (weblinks) (3)

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  •  Progressive Issues: Equitable Economics (weblinks) (8)

    National, state, and local economics should be balanced to benefit all the people, not just the super-rich.

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  •  Progressive Issues: Finance Reform (weblinks) (1)

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  •  Progressive Issues: Introduced in Media (weblinks) (2)

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  •  Progressive Issues: Military-Education Complex(wl) (2)
  •  Progressive Issues: Military-Industrial Complex (8)

    The Military-Industrial Complex is a term invented by WW-II Allied Forces Supreme Commander twice elected US Republican President in 1952-1960.

  •  Progressive Issues: National+State Health Care(wl) (11)

    Whether it is by improvements to the national Health Care Reform Act of March 2010(?) or by increasing numbers of U.S. states creating their own exactly-like-Medicare Single Payer health insurance plans and reforming the medical practices and costs within each state, state by state, the USA will get national health care.

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  •  Progressive Issues: Religion + Politics (weblinks) (3)
  •  Progressive Issues: Renewable Energy (weblinks) (8)

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  •  Progressive Thought Leaders (weblinks) (7)

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  •  Project Planning and Management (weblinks) (4)
  •  Protest Information (weblinks) (4)
  •  Real Respectful Debates Replayed (weblinks) (4)
  •  Reflections on Establishment News Coverage (wl) (1)
  •  Reframing Issues and Arguments (weblinks) (8)

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  •  Reversing 30+ Years of Legal Tricks + Traps (wl) (1)

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  •  Social Engineering (weblinks) (1)
  •  Strikes, Striking, Strikers (weblinks) (1)

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  •  Sustainable Agriculture (weblinks) (1)
  •  The Good Works of GP Members in Office (weblinks) (1)

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  •  The Health and Care of Animals Used for Food (wl) (2)

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  •  Tips and Tutorials (weblinks) (9)

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  •  Tips: Negotiating Compromise (weblinks) (1)
  •  Tips+Tutorials: Drupal (weblinks) (4)
  •  Trends in Elections and the Electorate (weblinks) (3)

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  •  Trends Going Into the November 2010 Elections (wl) (2)

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  •  Trends Going Into the November 2012 Elections (wl) (23)

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  •  Trends Going Into the November 2014 Elections (wl) (5)
  •  US & UK Culture vs. the EU (weblinks) (1)
  •  Videos of Interest to Progressives (weblinks) (4)
  •  What US Military Planners Talk About (weblinks) (1)
  •  Whistleblowers, Blowing, Protections (weblinks) (1)
  •  Who is Smart Enough to Vote? (weblinks) (2)

    Unscrupulous campaigns could take advantage of politically ignorant, easily agitated voters.

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  •  Who is Smart Enough to Protest? (weblinks) (1)

    Anyone can "protest" by yelling, screaming, hitting things, breaking things -- acting out their fears and anger.  We saw in the 2010 Occupy Oakland protests that leader-less self-organizing protests can occur and can last at 1+ protest sites for months!  Flash mellow mobs, in effect, that in fact can shut down or slow down "the evil socially destructive machine" at least for a while.

    But we also saw there and at other Occupy protests across the country that "young violence-prone" hooded and face-masked people (i.e people who did not want to be identified or held accountable for their actions) had infiltrated an otherwise non-violent protest and caused so much violence and destruction of property that police forces charged their riot forces into them to arrest them and fired tear gas, rubber bullets and hard "bean-bag" missles to disperse those not arrested injuring many in one case breaking an ex-Iraq war vet's skull! 

    If there are leaders at and in a protest site, how smart must they be to achieve the group's goals non-violently with the least or no damage to others -- including the police? 

    If there are no protest leaders at a protest site, how smart (observant, careful, advisory) do what percent of the crowd members have to be to ensure that the protest takes place start-to-finish peacefully?

    Put your links to your suggested answers in this web link category.

  •  2010 Nov. 2 California Election Results (weblinks) (1)

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  •  2011 Nov. 8 Misc. Election Results (weblinks) (4)
  •  2012 June 5 Primary Results (weblinks) (8)
  •  2012 Nov. 6 California Election Information (wl) (8)

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  •  2012 Presidential Debates (weblinks) (5)
  •  2012 Nov. 6 US+CA Election Results (weblinks) (15)
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