Petition to Michigan Justice System
Put Awstin Murawski in prison.
Awstin Murawski r*ped his 5 year old sister when he was 17. Due to him only being 17, this did not get put on his record and he only went to juvie for a month(s). He has permanently scarred his little sister for the rest of her life and he contributes to pretend that he did nothing wrong and that he is the victim. That child will never heal from what Awstin did to her. He is now an adult and my goal is for the Michigan Justice System to deal with him properly if we make enough noise about it.
Petition to Federal communications commision
Social Media Mobility
We have all witnessed the power social media companies like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube have. This power has been used to silence people of all political stripes. There is an answer to breaking the social media oligopoly. This does not require massive regulation, but two simple laws. First, your data is yours. It belongs to you no matter where you put it. As such, social media companies that have section code 230 protections should have a legal obligation to allow you to extract your data in a translatable format. This would mean that you could download your data from, say, Facebook as some kind of XML or JSON complete with links to resources like uploaded pictures, etc... The market will provide ways to translate these data schemas for upload to other services like, say, Minds. This means you could move a profile of ten years worth of history from Facebook to Minds in minutes and with a few clicks which removes the single biggest barrier standing in the way of social media mobility. Second, social media companies should be made to allow for "forwarding addresses" the same way you can with an email provider or a phone number. "I have moved my profile to Minds. You can find my Minds profile <link>here.</link>."
Petition to Usrowing
Keep Lightweight Rowing at Youth Nationals
USRowing has made the decision to cut all lightweight categories from racing in this year’s competitions due to the pandemic. We feel that eliminating all lightweight racing opportunities is not the best course of action in helping to stop the spread of COVID-19. We align with the goal to stay safe and respect all protocols, but the decision to make USRowing Youth Nationals less exclusive contradicts the overall goal of limiting the number of people at the event. We feel that making the regatta more exclusive and having stricter qualifications would be a more effective course of action than cutting lightweight rowing completely. Making Youth Nationals "sign up only" would mean that more eights and fours would register to participate, bringing in more coxswains that would also have to get weighed in before racing. Allowing coxswains to get weighed in completely contradicts the stated reason for the elimination of lightweight racing categories. Regardless of weight class, all rowers across the country have been waiting for a national caliber opportunity to demonstrate all of the hard work that has been put in over quarantine. It is absolutely devastating to have this opportunity denied to lightweights only, while at the same time opening up the regattas to more open weight athletes, especially so far in advance. We urge USRowing to reconsider these premature decisions and find a better solution that includes lightweight events.
Petition to City of Corcoran
Please take the time to read my brothers post below and sign this petition. My brother fundraised the money to purchase Zeke for the Corcoran Police Department. After 3 years together my brother has made the decision to retire due to his mental illness. It is heartbreaking to me that not only my brother is losing his partner in crime, but Zeke is losing his world. I see Zeke with Cody, and it is a bond that should not be broken. Codys post-Thank you to the Corcoran Police Department. After 4.5 years of service, and 3 as K9, as well as previous service with Stearns County, I medically retired due to PTSD which caused suicidal ideation and attempts. Prior to my employment there was not a K9 unit, but I was able to fully fundraise, and implement a K9 unit. Thank you to the Shoulak Family foundation, the Northwest Area Jaycees, the Corcoran Lions, McDonough K9 and all others that have supported us. One of the conditions of my retirement recommended by my therapist was to retire my K9 partner, Zeke, to live out his time with me as a service animal. Understand the bond between man and dog after 3 years of being together 24/7 and going into the worst of the worst side by side. As if the job didn't take enough from me, the Chief called today and said they will be taking Zeke from me and reassigning him. Mind you, I was done December 17th and have had him since with no communication from the city. Thanks for the partnership my eekey boy. Be safe buddy. I love you.