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Welcome to Civics Online!

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Welcome to Civics Online, I want to introduce you to basic resources for protecting yourself online. We will discuss the crossover in protecting your digital identity and information and recognizing good sources and factual information. Choose a quality (long) password or passphrase and do not reuse passwords Use a Password Manager to help you keep unique passwords Use multifactor authentication (MFA, 2FA) with your accounts – you should need a code or text message to verify your identity and log in Keep your machine up to date, turn on automatic updating when you first buy a phone, tablet or computer…

Complaint for Declaratory Relief

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Not long after the 2020 election, Compassionate America and other concerned Americans will be submitting the following into the legal system on behalf of We the People. To hear more about why this action is being taken by, of, and for We the People, please check out Dr. Cosgrove’s interview with Greg Anderson of the Political Independent: The COURT OF PUBLIC OPINIONWe the People     Plaintiffs         The Two Major Political Parties       Defendants           Complaint for Declaratory Relief Plaintiffs, We the People, bring this complaint against the two major political parties to…

LIGHTS ON FOR LIBERTY

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WHEN: Election Day 2020, starting at 7:00 PM until midnight. WHERE: Your place of residence. WHAT: Turn your porch light on, put a light in a window, and/or place the American flag, so that it is visible to others from the street. WHY: We the People WILL HAVE THE PEACEFUL TRANSFER OF POWER! JOIN your fellow Americans in this nation-wide protest for LIBERTY TO PREVAIL and not autocracy!

We the People’s 50 State Strategy! Reclaiming Our Republic’s Democratic Systems from the Political Parties.

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After the 2020 election, Compassionate America and others of like mind will be submitting the following into United States’ court system in Nevada. The version below is for ease reading; a link to a PDF version of the document is provided below for those wanting to submit it in their region, as well. Stay tuned to this website for more information and tips on how to join Compassionate America’s 50 State Strategy for The Court of Public OpinionWe the PeoplePlaintiffsThe Two Major Political PartiesDefendantsComplaint for Declaratory Relief Plaintiffs, We the People, bring this complaint against the two major political parties…

Politicians! Remember Who Your Employers Are and Pledge to END Combative, Divisive Governance!

Posted in Candidate Challenge, and Civics

Politicians! Do you consider yourself a politician devoted to serving the will of the American people and country over party?  We hope so, as if not, consider your office/campaign on notice and take a few moments to remember who ultimately is in charge of both the form and the how of self-governing in our constitutional republic. We the People – not political party machines, not the media, not government bureaucracies, not certainly not foreign actors are responsible for and will maintain our self-governance. If you haven’t realized, for quite some time there has been a major political culture shift happening…

Calling All Candidates! The Compassionate America Candidate Challenge Continues!

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Are you employed by or seeking employment with the American people, as we self-govern our republic? If so, thank you for your willingness to serve. We have a challenge for you, though. Perhaps you’ve heard? The American people are done with dog-n-pony-show politicking in Washington D.C., state legislatures, and in political “coverage” by media outlets. So, we’re changing the channel. As a current or potential employee of the American people, we invite you to take the Compassionate America Candidate Challenge and to attend our first Candidate Challenge Webinar. Please see below. You are invited to a Zoom meeting.When: September 30th…

What is a Compassionate American?

Posted in Civics, and Listen Closely, America!

There are times in life when we all can feel or act combatively. Like other things, it’s an unfortunate part of being a human. Being non-combative or compassionate, though, doesn’t mean avoiding standing up for oneself or being unassertive. Unfortunately, in the United States, We the People have allowed the two-party-machines and corporate media to infect us with the illness of combativeness. Of late, we are seeing how truly unwell we are. Make no mistake, there are compassionate people among the ranks of the parties and media, who have sought to make changes from within. However, it clearly has become…

Civics Guru Corner

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PAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION: BUT, we’re glad you’re here… mosey around and see what we have in store to help Compassionate Americans weather these times of civic and political culture change. Need a Civics Guru? We’ve got em’! Compassionate America (CA) is a partner with the Collaborative for Compassionate Civic Engagement (CCCE) whose mission reads, “through the study and application of Compassion Ideology for civil society, the … CCCE unites and empowers community colleges to be resources for compassion-based civic engagement in the United States of America! To meet it’s objectives, the CCCE is partnering with real live civics experts on…