The people of Ferguson, wherein the infamous Michael Brown shooting took place (followed by protests and riots), have a chance on the Fourth to do something regarding contentious police-citizen interactions:
Here is a fairly long interview with This Is Common Sense’s Paul Jacob, from a recent radio show: The first 33 minutes give a pretty coherent picture of the politics of common sense today. If you stop there, no one would think ill of you.
Last week, Paul attended an international conference on direct democracy. Listen and compare rationales: If you speak Spanish, or are a monolingual English-speaking absurdist, you might enjoy this translated version.
From an interview on Swiss public television, Paul Jacob explains the Trump victory for concerned Europeans: An article featuring Paul can be found here: “Election upset to boost direct democracy in US.” Paul is scheduled to return to his home soil next week.
Paul Jacob discusses the incentives and disincentives for politicians to serve the public. With some focus, this episode, on the Democratic Party. CSV20160613-They Must Suffer from Paul Jacob on Vimeo.
In the last few weeks we have learned how wrong much of what we are told about who legally and effectively picks the presidential candidates in the major political parties. Who has an interest in not telling the truth, and undermining the integrity of America’s political parties?
In what we plan as a new feature here at Common Sense, our video of the week is … Common Sense! That is, a video chat featuring Paul Jacob himself: Here Paul reviews the basic information about the week’s biggest story: the GOP delegates are not what they seem.