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Today's Author with guest Steve Glickman
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www.votesizing.org ** Steve Glickman

Vote sizing means that we can all get a fair combination of wealth and political power, and that no two people are any closer to the (0,0) inhuman point prevailing today.

A weighted vote is just like a regular vote, used in any kind of election, except that the actual size of each of our votes is calculated by a computer at the polling station - effectively giving everyone a different sized vote.

Everybody talking and nobody listening is more democrazy than democracy. So something needs to be done, but what? There are thousands of ideas - and billions of opinions - to choose from, true, but only vote sizing fixes this imbalance by giving *real political power* through a *weighted vote* to those who need it - the poor, working and middle class majority.

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Today's Author Max Nania author of Cooking With Max
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Eight year old Max Nania wrote the book Cooking with Max. His web site is www.cookingwithmax.com and www.myspace.com/cookingwithmax.

Max Nania began cooking before he turned three years old. Now, for the first time, Max reveals his favorite recipes that he's invented! These are all dishes and desserts that kids can make with just a little grown-up supervision.

The heart of any home is the kitchen, and Cooking with Max shows young readers and their parents how to make the most of it. From learning shapes and colors for younger readers, to fun lessons in literature and geography for older children, Sienna Nania (Max's mom) offers parents and teachers helpful tips for turning the kitchen into a fun classroom.
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