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Supreme Court Okays Corporate Death Penalty

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They weren't focusing on it. They were focusing on the immigration aspect-- that Arizona's law allows shutting down corporations that are repeat offenders at giving work to undocumented aliens. 

But there's no doubt, The Supreme court decision, with votes along party lines, has handed some potential opportunities that they may not have intended. 

If a corporation can be given the "death penalty" as Governor Napolitano, the governor who signed the legislation into law described it, for immigration law violations, then it is also possible, now that a precedent has been set, to set corporate death penalties for other corporate crimes. 

One of the issues often raised when considering the problems with corporate personhood is the lack of accountability of corporations. They are immortal and do not face the same consequences as humans who commit murder or engage in capital crimes. 

This Supreme Court decision could open the door for the creation of equal justice laws that make corporations accountable and face the same punishments as human criminals.

That's a good thing. 

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Rob Kall has spent his adult life as an awakener and empowerer-- first in the field of biofeedback, inventing products, developing software and a music recording label, MuPsych, within the company he founded in 1978-- Futurehealth, and founding, organizing and running 3 conferences: Winter Brain, on Neurofeedback and consciousness, Optimal Functioning and Positive Psychology (a pioneer in the field of Positive Psychology, first presenting workshops on it in 1985) and Storycon Summit Meeting on the Art Science and Application of Story-- each the first of their kind. Then, when he found the process of raising people's consciousness and empowering them to take more control of their lives one person at a time was too slow, he founded Opednews.com-- which has been the top search result on Google for the terms liberal news and progressive opinion for several years. Rob began his Bottom-up Radio show, broadcast on WNJC 1360 AM to Metro Philly, also available on iTunes, covering the transition of our culture, business and world from predominantly Top-down (hierarchical, centralized, authoritarian, patriarchal, big) to bottom-up (egalitarian, local, interdependent, grassroots, archetypal feminine and small.) Recent long-term projects include a book, Bottom-up-- The Connection Revolution, debillionairizing the planet and the Psychopathy Defense and Optimization Project.

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