Richard Stallman's personal site.
For current political commentary, see
RMS's Bio |
The GNU Project
Other sites and organizations of interest:
GNU paragliders, developed in the spirit of the GNU system.
Why asking the general public to report anything that looks suspicious
produces only false alarms.
"Free audio books in the
- Israel is gradually eliminating human rights in order to crush
nonviolent political opposition to its apartheid-style policies.
Look here for more information.
John Sundman has published some science fiction novels under
CC by-nd-nc. I read one, Acts of the Apostles, and liked it.
Reports on legal resistance to the record companies' lawsuits
against music fans.
front groups, with a list of some known front groups.
Courtney Love explains how
the record companies are the real ``music pirates'' — and
also why you should not refer to artistic works as ``content''.
(However, she used the term ``intellectual property'' which is
propaganda for those same record companies; see the explanation.
xenu.net has copious
information about the Church of Scientology.
provides advice to children that want to leave the church,
including statements by former members.
Several sites with databases of citizen complaints against police.
The Fully Informed Juror Association: what the judge won't tell
you if you are on a jury.
Verified Voting pushes to
make sure voting machines in the US are not vulnerable to massive
centralized computerized fraud.
Global Justice's campaigns tackle the root
causes of poverty--the policies of governments and business that keep
Information on DNA profiling and the risk of false matches.
Ontario Consultants on
MoveOn, with over a million US
members, works to defend world peace, human rights, democracy and the
environment from the man who stole the US presidency.
consumers on how to resist being influenced by advertising.
Americans United for Separation of Church
and State respect the right of all people to practice religion as
they please without government interference.
a webring for sites presenting tangible facts about human rights abuse,
lack of enforcement, selective enforcement, abuse of power by executive
or judicial branches, abuse of power by religious authorities, waste of
natural resources, pollution, disinformation, discrimination,
covering-up fraud or dangerous experiments, government corruption and
sites proposing practical ways to improve the situation.
www.mpp.org: the Marijuana Policy
Project focuses on "removing criminal penalties for marijuana use, with
a particular emphasis on making marijuana medically available to
seriously ill people."
FAIR - the media watch group uses
painstaking and careful statistics to document the bias of the
tracks Dubya's fund-raising.