Victor Tiffany, political revolutionary: Victor has an MA in the Social Sciences from Binghamton University. He was active in the nuclear freeze campaign in the 1980s, and after the Citizens United v FEC decision he became active in the movement to amend the Constitution to overturn that and all related decisions. He has taken a leave of absence from his role as the senior columnist for The Amendment Gazette. He wrote for the Syracuse Progressive Examiner until they went out of business in June of 2016. While studying the illegitimate Supreme Court decisions that granted the rights of individuals to associations and established the doctrine that money spent on electioneering is protected by the First Amendment, he became aware of how far from the Framers’ vision the United States has become. He resides in Ithaca, NY. The following is a talk given by Victor in February of 2015:
Kia Mia, political revolutionary: Kia was born for the blockchain space. Prior to joining the blockchain/cryptocurrency commmunity five years ago, she was finishing her 16.5 year career in Information Technology Administration and Human Resources for the United States Armed Forces before retiring in her 30s. With two decades of human rights activism under her belt (from anti-war demonstrations on the steps of The Capital in D.C. to Standing Rock Water Protector resident) it is no surprise that she sees cryptocurrency as an outlet for her spirit of justice for all. This probably explains why she’s always quoted saying, “Those who get involved now while there is no ceiling will shape the future of tomorrow.”
Tom Ulcak, political revolutionary: Tom lived and worked in the Czech Republic for eleven years drawn to Europe by his Czech and Dutch ancestry. There may be some that won’t listen to facts. He hopes they can listen to his story about his experiences in a place where people are still the focus and democracy still lives in the hell that is democratic socialism. Oh, yes, it’s so awful there.