We find ourselves here, in the year 2015, faced with an existential crisis. Are the capacities of man and all those things we have accumulated – the rule of law, democratic process, functions of civil society and so forth – under threat more so now than ever?
Our 27th installment later, and I have myself pondering the question – is anything we are doing really matter? Is NGNJnews the ‘News for the Next Generation’ we imagined it would be?
Democracy Chronicles writer and director John Amaruso shows off his highlighted political artwork. His true passion is to hope that one day this world can be a more transparent, humane, and socially just
It is with great pleasure that the team and I can say we have successfully met our goal. It is because of your generous donations that we are able to continue our efforts in bringing a comprehensive film about the perils of election reform to life.
In the latest expansion of the national security state, the Obama administration has brought to the Supreme Court the argument that anyone’s cell phone is subject to search and seizure without first obtaining search warrants.
The Design of a Broken System, produced by Democracy Chronicles, is a film that aims to answer simple questions: Why doesn’t American democracy work? What is the root of Washington’s dysfunction? What can we do to fix it?
When will conservatives stop praising Putin and start loving American again? As it stands, it seems as though most conservatives in American mainstream media are pining for a “leader” like Russia’s Vladimir Putin
Bill Maher’s crusade is direct attack on members of Congress who benefit from system of perpetual incumbency and special interest influence is an issue that members of the election reform community hope will become a campaign issue
The Design of a Broken System aims to take the issue of ELECTION REFORM and present it in a concise way that analyzes the current system and proposes alternatives which are advocated by our country’s leading analysts and researchers.
Once embattled enemies, Islamists and secular pro-democracy leaders, now find themselves on the same side of the military’s oppression, both being targeted and jailed for their participation in “unsanctioned demonstrations.”