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Eliot Gould , 52, is currently active in New Mexico's political scene. A native of Chicago,and active in Chicago politics,Gould studied the Presidency at Center for the Study of the Presidency, with extensive writings upon Lincoln and Wilson.
Reversal of Position or Compromise of Office?
I replied with an objection to Quash the subpoenas on the Chief Justice and the Clerk of the State Supreme Court. I wasn't writing a novel, but preparing for what would be showing that "invidious discrimination" had occurred. What I was writing was that they needed constitutional integrity. And then I noticed that maybe I made an error---
New Direction for Iraq
This article provides a foundation for the discussion regarding the fact that the next President must face more than withdrawal from Iraq.
It sugeestes a friendly but firm policy with measurements in diplomacy and implementation benchmarks . These can be can be identified as economic rather than military.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
An Election Challenge Part III
New Mexico is a land of enchantment. But that doesn't mean New Mexico is free of a culture of corruption. I read one account that the biggest industry was "thievery"...they'll even steal votes.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
Election Challenge Continued: Part II
New Mexico has a culture of Corruption. At the core lay an election code that marks representative democracy with a 'modified approach' that has led to such things as described and other more subtle appplications--such as post apportionement precinct shifts "to account for population shifts'. The result is an aristocratic kleptocracy.
Georgia and Missile Guidances
The Russian operations in Ossetia was not a nation gorging itself on a neighboring land in a quest for power and security. It was a message. A clear message with landpower projection that cannot be properly responded by the Bush administration. Its time had run on the issue. And that was part of the message.
Bullying prosecutorial Tactics on Navajo Accused of Battery Met with "MOTIONS"
Chad Redhouse, Navajo, sits in jail challanging a system of law absent the fundamental trial rights which are secured by the Constitution and the constitution of the State of New Mexico. It seems proscutors want to coerce a plea..and he maintains his innocence of the charges. So he gets more time. And no required bond hearings allowing him to prepare for trial.
Wednesday, October 24, 2007(1 comments)
notation of Legal Defense of Senator Craig
no amount of trial will restore that reputation; and all for the wrong reasons...Maybe that is part of the criminal justice system..it is all the world turned upsidedown...where the truth is nothing but lies...and the content of despair and downward cycles
Monday, August 13, 2007(2 comments)
China Must address Darfur
China Must Influence the Road to peace for Darfur. It's silences stand as acquiescence of the unacceptable
Time to ACT NOW on New Mexico Election Reform
The extent to fair and proper elections is in the procedural processes. If the processes are out of balance, the results will continue askew. We are better than that. We should act now for free and proper elections.