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John Fisher is actively involved in equal measures with neurofeedback, landlord/tenant law, fair housing issues, neuroethics and his family. He writes, consults, and teaches on the first three, and is equally poorly credentialed on all five. He has variously been an editor at three major publishers, an executive director of nonprofits, an academic of sorts, the chair of the select board of a small town, a county commissioner, the CEO of a high-tech company and managing director of a nonprofit that fosters neurofeedback research.
Taking Corporate Personhood Rights to the Next Logical Steps
The Supreme Court has, in its wisdom, taken a courageous stand in affirming the personhood of Corporate Americans under its historic Citizens United decision.
But Corporate Americans are still denied many of the rights that most of us take for granted. While it has now been established that that Corporate Americans are indeed people, it is shameful to note they are still denied the most basic right of every American citizen