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What does the name Politics in the Zeros mean, you ask?
Polizeros was started in 2003, the early in the first decade of a new century. Thus the years had lots of zeros in them. Plus, politics is about money so there are lots of zeros there too. Finally, in my opinion, many politicians are themselves zeros.
Bob Morris, the webmaster, is interested in the political ramifications of cleantech, climate change, and the economic crisis as well as leftie, antiwar, and social justice issues.
From 2004-2007 I was active in the antiwar movement in Los Angeles, and helped organize protests, including demonstrations that drew hundreds of thousands of protesters. From 2001-2003, I was Co-Coordinator of the Green Party of Los Angeles County.
I’m also an editor at Not The Singularity and do WordPress support at The Agonist. Plus I’m a website developer and database programmer. Among other things, I specialize in migrating legacy PC database apps to Windows and the cloud, as well as supporting them, and also create business websites. My wife Sue and I currently live in Silicon Valley.
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Thomas Ware lives in Oregon and blogs at Homeless in the High Desert.
Dave Buccola is an anarchist Buddhist carpenter in New York and active in Occupy Wall Street.
William Boardman lives in Vermont.
Richard Estes lives in Sacramento and blogs at American Leftist.
Pat H lives in southern California.
Randy Miller is an independent voting activist in Utah.
Josh Mull is a journalist and commentator on politics, international relations, media and democracy. You can find him on Twitter.
Alan S. Russet is a CPA for a large organization.
Andy Thibault blogs at Cool Justice Report and lives in Connecticut.
Jan Tucker is a private investigator and political activist in Los Angeles.