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Interview for Aktivist mag (Poland)

From: “Łukasz Figielski / AKTIVIST”
To: Frank Moore
Sent: Saturday, February 16, 2008 8:39 AM
Subject: Interview for Aktivist mag (Poland)

Hallo there,

im the Editor-In-Chief of Polish biggest city/nigtlife magazine (, which deals a bit with politics as well. Would you (would Frank Moore) be so kind to give us an interview – regarding upcoming elections, of course? Via mail, skype, whatsoever…

Kind regards
Lukasz Figielski I Editor-In-Chief

Frank Moore wrote:
i would love to! by e-mail works the best for me.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

UCS, science, and the next president


One more presidential issue to think about.

Rich (Dr. Richard Kerbavaz)

Support Science Debate 2008!

Dear Laura,

Today, a group of prominent scientists, organized by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), released a new statement calling for the next president to put an end to political interference in science and create changes that would allow federal science to flourish. Recognizing that good federal policy depends on reliable and robust scientific work, UCS and the scientists are urging the next administration to guarantee basic scientific freedoms for government scientists.

As a concerned activist, you have an important role to play in calling on all presidential candidates to defend science from political interference. UCS is working with all three National Academies, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and scores of universities nationwide on an initiative, called Science Debate 2008, to hold a presidential science policy debate in April in Philadelphia before the Pennsylvania primary. The debate will give candidates a forum to show the public how they plan to use science to inform their policies. The candidates have been invited to attend-now, we need to urge them to participate in the debate. Add your name to the list of Science Debate 2008 supporters today.

Michael Halpern
National Field Organizer
Scientific Integrity Program

Dear presidential candidate,

Given the many urgent scientific and technological challenges facing America and the rest of the world, the increasing need for accurate scientific information in political decision making, and the vital role scientific innovation plays in spurring economic growth and competitiveness, we call for a public debate in which the U.S. presidential candidates share their views on the issues of The Environment, Health and Medicine, and Science and Technology Policy.

We would like to hear how, as president, you plan to defend science from political interference, and how you plan to use science to inform your policies.

We call on you to participate in Science Debate 2008 in Philadelphia on April 18.

Sign this Petition!


Sign this petition.


Visit the web address below to tell your friends about this.


More Info:

On National Public Radio’s Science Friday tomorrow, UCS Scientific Integrity Program Director Francesca Grifo and UCS Board Member James McCarthy will discuss science and the next president. Tune in worldwide at 2:00 p.m. EST.

What’s At Stake:

On February 14, 2008, the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) released a new statement calling for the next president and Congress to reclaim federal government science for the public good. Signed by prominent scientists with significant federal government experience whose work helped start the UCS Scientific Integrity Program, the statement recognizes the value of strong federal science programs to meet challenges like global warming, energy consumption, and growing competitiveness abroad.

The new statement calls for the government to create the conditions necessary for federal scientists to be able to do their jobs. Federal scientists should have the freedom to publicly communicate their findings; publish their work; disclose misrepresentation, censorship and other abuses of science; and have their technical work evaluated by peers-all without fear of retribution. More…

Frank Moore wrote:
and i have thought a lot about it!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Frank Moore wrore:
as president, i will liberate science…as well as art, media, education, and other aspects of our culture…from the distorting, limiting dictatorship of corporate search for huge profits. science should be the exploring of all possibilities and not the search for the next cash cow!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Request for an interview

Dear Mr. Moore.

We represent a German internationally involved production company, Selkirk Pictures, which produces high-class documentary films for the leading state broadcasting networks. We would like to release a documentary about you and your election campaign and implicate it with the forthcoming presidential election.

Although the election is extremely important to most Europeans, the majority do not realize that third or independent parties, which you represent, even exist in the American political landscape. Our documentary plans to bring you and the matter of your party up front to them before the election in November.

We would appreciate working with you a lot. Please let us know via email when we can arrange an appointment for an interview with you.

Best regards,

William Cochran

P.S.: For further information please visit our Website at

Frank Moore wrote:

I would love to!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

William Cochran wrote:
Dear Mr. Moore,

thank you for your prompt reply. First of all, we are very happy to hear that you are interested in our documentary.

At this very moment we are working on our travel time schedule. We are planning to visit the US at the end of August/beginning of September. Would this be a convenient time for you? Are you preparing any specific campaign actions, since this will be a major part in our film?

I will give you explicit information about our time schedule in the next two weeks, so we can arrange an appointment.

Thank you for your patience in advance.

Best regards,
William Cochran

Frank Moore wrote:
that works for us. we will set up campaign events for then. keep in mind i’m a “third-party” candidate. so everything we do is intimate, not large.

In Freedom,

Frank Moore

Jesse Beagle wrote:
It’s wonderful they want to make known that USA DOES HAVE third parties and happy they chose you as that 3rd party example. HURRAY HURRAY OH HAPPY DAY!


Moore Block buttons in NY

Hey Frank, and everybody

Last night’s NYC premiere of Blonde Island Funk Me was fabulous! After the screening, everybody went toa Club China and talked about the primaries, asking who are you voting me, Hillary or Obama? Well, I said, I’m voting for me. At least they just thought it was another one of my silly jokes. But then I gave out a few of Frank’s platforms and it was all “Right on, this is what we need.” Then they realized that they’d just seen Frank in one of the movies that had screened (by Annie Sprinkle). Then everybody wanted Moore/Block buttons. They put them on proudly, and walked off, many with platforms to spread the news through the rest of New York! Going to Yale tomorrow…

Xo Suzy

Frank Moore wrote:
that’s a great story, suzy! i continue to pop up everywhere! we only know a tiny fraction of who/how we reach! one thing is sure…if we can get our platform to the people, we’ll win!

i’m off to do another interview!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

Wikinews (like Wikipedia) wants to interview you

From: Nicholas Moreau
To: Frank Moore
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2008 12:10 PM
Subject: Wikinews (like Wikipedia) wants to interview you


I’m a reporter for Wikinews, and I’d like to interview you for our 2008 Presidential election coverage.

We had planned coverage of the independent and third party candidates a while back, and I contacted many of you then, but due to some delays, it was pushed back until now.

Posted below are a series of questions. Most are for all candidates, but the second question is worded two ways, one for third party candidates, another way for independents. Same base question, just the slightest of changes. The questions have word limits, please respect them. I only put these in place to remind you that most voters appreciate politicians getting to the point.

Anyway, whenever you can return this interview to me, I will publish it on Wikinews, and link to it from Wikipedia.

Thanks, Nick Moreau Accredited reporter Wikinews

All (max 500 words): Why do you want to be President?

Third party (max 500 words): Have you ever run for political office before? (President, senate, congress, city councillor, school trustee… etc.) Have you ever been a member of a political party, other than the one you’re currently in? Have you ever campaigned for another political candidate? Independent (max 500 words): Have you ever run for political office before? (President, senate, congress, city councillor, school trustee… etc.) Have you ever been a member of a political party? Have you ever campaigned for another political candidate?

All (max 500 words): What is your current job? What skills or ideas do you bring from this position, or previous positions, that will benefit the Oval Office?

All (max 1000 words): Obviously, the next American President and his or her administration will face many diverse issues. But if you were to narrow identify the three most important issues, what would they be? How will you address these issues?

All (max 200 words): Campaigning for the American presidency is one of the most expensive exercises in the world. How do you deal with the cost and fundraising?

All (max 300 words): Do you have a running mate yet? Who are they? What are you/were you looking for in a running mate?

All (max 300 words): Can you win the 2008 Presidential election? Can any third party or independent candidate ever win?

All (max 100 words): If you can’t make it into the Oval Office, who would you prefer seeing taking the presidency?

All (max 200 words): What should the American people keep in mind, when heading to the polls this November?

Frank Moore wrote:

i will get right to work on it! it may take me a week or two to finish it.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

I also want to interview you!

My fellow “fringe” candidates..

If you let me know in advance of your coming to the San Francisco bay area, I’ll try to book you on my show. We do it as a 2-hours+ live streaming video show on our web station We do it from our north Berkeley home.

Then we will play it on b-tv, Berkeley’s cable access channel, and archive it on our site. We archive the shows at I’ll interview you.

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

For my fans/supporters at Chiefs Planet!

For my fans/supporters (and those who think i’m an idiot!) at!
amazing that i’m reaching the NFL!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

people are putting their money where their dreams are!

From: “Mark Warda”
Sent: Saturday, February 09, 2008 1:18 PM
Subject: buttons

I can see how to order one Moore/Block button for $2 but I don’t see any way to order more than one at once. The cafe press has only the magnets or the other buttons…

Frank Moore wrote:

Hi Mark,

We’re working on an online store where you will be able to easily do that and it should be ready next week.

But in the meantime, if you don’t want to wait, just email us how many you would like and where to send them and we’ll give you a total price. You can then pay via PayPal here and we’ll ship them out as soon as we get the notice from PayPal:

your policies, my reactions, and other questions

From: Isaiah Brazzell
To: Frank Moore
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 3:03 PM
Subject: your policies, my reactions, and other questions

Hello Frank,

I’m Isaiah Brazzell. I’m 23 years old, from Dickson, Tennessee. I have an Associates of Science degree in English. I, too, have Cerebral Palsy. I have been interested in your candidacy, since I found your videos on YouTube. What I’m going to do is: using your policy statements on your campaign website, I’m going to offer my reactions. Reactions will be in parentheses. Later in the email, I have questions. If you will, please copy and paste your answers after each question. First, my reactions:

I’ll do away with welfare and social security. Instead, every American will receive a minimum income of $1,000 a month. This amount will be tied to the cost of living and will not be taxable. (I agree with this. I think this would be especially helpful to citizens, like myself. Some people may not be motivated to work, but I would think that would be a relatively small number, overall).

We will have universal prenatal-to-the-grave health care and universal free education with equal access. (I agree, but fiscally, how will it be funded responsibly, without causing a federal budget deficit?)

I’ll do away with all tax deductions for over $12,000 income. Instead, there will be a flat tax of 10% on annual income of less than one million dollars for an individual and less than five million dollars for a corporation. But the flat tax will jump to 75% on annual income exceeding these limits. (So, this, absolutely, would NOT affect poor people?)

I’ll cut the military budget by at least half. (Good concept, but how will you do that, and still ensure that the country and citizens are adequately protected. Good concept, Frank-just the wrong time!)

Public mass transit will be free, 24/7, and reliable. (I agree, as long as it is for both metro and rural areas, in all 50 states. Also, I’m assuming all of these vehicles will be handicapped accessible with wheelchair lifts and tie-downs???)

All patents and copyrights will expire in 20 years. Inventions, products, etc. which are developed with governmental money and/or public institutions can not be patented. (Not a big issue to me, but whatever floats your boat!)

All businesses selling their products in the U.S. will have to certify that their products were manufactured in accordance with this country’s labor, wage, environmental, and safety laws … that they meet or exceed these … no matter where they were produced. (See previous).

Each city and each “media market” will have at least two public access channels on radio, broadcast television, cable, AND satellite! (I agree).

Election day will be a paid holiday. (I agree.)

I will push for complete public funding for all political campaigns and the banning of political contributions and the use of personal wealth in political campaigns. (I agree).

The President should have a line veto. But the Congress can over-turn this line veto by a simple majority. Also bills should be limited to 5 pages in length and/or limited to one subject. (I agree on the line-item veto. On the length of bills, don’t you think some issues are related to one another.)

An individual taxpayer will be able to direct her taxes to what functions she wants to support. But corporate taxpayers should not have this option. (I thought you were against the IRS, as well as all taxes???)

Every corporation should come up for a renewal every 25 years, at which time it must prove that it has been operating in the public interest. If it fails to do this, it loses its right to exist. Corporations that have existed before this policy will have 10 years before they will have to prove they are worthy. (Not a big issue!

Government should leave marriage to churches. Instead, any two or more adults who have been living together for at least 2 years should be able to register as a “family.” (I agree…personal choice!)

The end of hunger, poverty, and discrimination in this nation will be my main focus domestically. This will also shape my foreign policy. (Great idea, but a hard job!)

The minimum income and the minimum/livable wage, linked to the cost of living, will rise every time the congress members vote themselves a pay raise…will rise by the same percentage of their raise. (I agree…Washington works for us. We don’t, and shouldn’t, work for Washington!)

Education should be federally funded, based on the number of students, adjusted to special needs of each student, in each school district. But schools should be locally controlled. The equal access of education for every student will be insured by the federal government.

I will call for a major rebuilding of America. We will repair our school buildings and will build needed new schools. I will encourage a society of small villages connected by mass transit. Within these small villages, people could walk or bike to work, to school, to shopping, to entertainment, etc. Mass transit will combine these small villages within 15 miles radius into dynamic communities. Living in these villages will end gridlock traffic, will cut greenhouse gasses, will cut stress and isolation. Housing for all incomes will be included equally in each village. (Great ideas, especially on education. But, will the seemingly massive construction of these “villages” destroy houses and family farms? Tradition and sentimentalism should come before new age communities. (Will these areas, including the housing, be handicapped accessible?)

We will encourage electric cars, fast trains, clean sustainable decentralized energy generators. I would shut down all nuclear generators. (No personal transportation for the disabled???)

I will destroy 10 percent of our nuclear weapons each year to reverse the nuclear arms race.

We will stop giving/selling arms to other countries. All private arms sales should be illegal. (I agree).

Now my policies are pro-business. (What about pro-constituent???) The universal education system will provide business with a superior, flexible work force. The minimum income and the universal health care will remove the business’s burden of providing health insurance and pensions to workers. In reality, this relief will be much more than any tax cut could give. Moreover the minimum income will make the starting and maintaining a small business much easier. This is also true for small family farms. The minimum income will encourage independent invention and artistic pursuit, on which true progress depends.

The primary function of the government should be the protection of the health, the civil and human rights, the freedoms, and the general welfare of the people…instead of the protection and the promotion of corporate profits and interests. The government should exist to serve the people, and not to make a profit on the services to the people. My administration will be governed by these basic principles. (I agree.)

I will bring the troops home from Iraq immediately. Moreover, I will change this country’s self-image from that of THE SUPER POWER/ WORLD LEADER to that of a member of the global community. (I strongly agree. My uncle is a Specialist in the Army. He’s serving in Kuwait).

Prisons should be only for violent or otherwise dangerous criminals. Prisons should be a part of the health and educational system and should include drug rehab programs. This should also be true for the new creative in-community programs for non-violent criminals for paying-back, rehab, and education sentencing. These programs will be more effective and much less expensive and harmful to the community on every level than the current human warehouse system. Flexibility of sentencing should to be returned to judges. I will ban the death penalty. (I agree).

The use of drugs should be legalized and taxed. Pot and spirits should be sold over the counter to adults only. Tobacco and other addictive drugs should be sold by prescription only. Free drug rehab programs should be readily available. (I agree about pot. All drugs should not be legalized, though. Tobacco should be left as it is).

All of the opt-out schemes should be illegal. If a corporation wants to sell your information, it first should directly and clearly get your permission. Before this happens, all such information is a part of your privacy, not the property of a corporation. (No opinion).

The selling/buying of debt should be illegal. Moreover, there should be a maximum interest rate of 10 percent on the original principle over the life time of a loan. (No opinion).

I will forgive the loans to the so-called third-world countries over the original principle.

We will use half of the money we will save by cutting the military budget to pay down the national debt. I will reduce the pollution caused by obscene corporate profits. (Good idea).

I will also reduce the federal government while raising services to the people by getting rid of welfare, social security, the so-called war on drugs, etc., and by the cuts in the military, the I.R.S., prisons, etc. (Cuts in the military sound anti-militaristic. Please be more specific. Otherwise, I agree).

Who will be your Vice-President?


Isaiah Brazzell
Isaiah Thomas Brazzell
Dickson, Tennessee 37055

Frank Moore wrote:
sorry for taking so long to respond. i’ve been swamped! i’ll cut the military bloated offensive budget by half, halt pork and other waste, etc. these savings will fund my domestic programs. in reality our bloated offensive military has been out-of-date for decades, not suitable for threats we are and will face. of course free public mass transit for everybody!

i have found making things accessable makes life easier for everybody…this includes housing, education, mass transit, etc. we need everyone in our community actively involved, not warehoused.

my running mate is susan block!

In Freedom,
Frank Moore

amazing responses!

Super Tuesday was on all day in the break room, and it was a common topic of conversation … later, when Corey came back to shop, he asked Dana if she had voted, but between the baby and work, she just couldn’t make it … Corey told her that it why one of Frank’s platforms is to make election day a paid holiday, and she said that this just so made sense! She wanted a platform to bring home to her mom. At the end of the day, the woman from Grindstone bakery came in, and Corey checked her in, and they were chatting about the election. She voted for Hillary, although wanted to see both Obama and Hillary in it … who was Corey voting for? Frank Moore in the general election … he gave her a platform. She read it very critically, right there as Corey continued stocking. She hit the common bumps in the platform … she didn’t like getting rid of social security … flat tax will never work … Corey said to read on, that it was not the usual flat tax scenario, and that getting rid of social security made sense in the context of all the other changes in the platform, and that there would be a transition period … she read a bunch more of the platform, and said that it was much more thought out than what either Hillary or Obama were saying … hey, maybe she would vote for Frank in November!

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