CAN is an idea with real potential to transcend money and politics. That's why CAN is more than just a company or a nonprofit or a political group. Indeed, it is none of those things.
Based at the 'peace dome' in Copperopolis, California, CAN is funded and operated by attorney Greg Glaser to promote justice, liberty, and sustainable living. CAN is designed as an independent nonpartisan forum for wiki-style contributions. It's like a mini-democracy online for people who wish to share peaceful ideas and solutions.
CAN sets out to expose the real causes behind the crises we face, and empower individuals to choose sustainable solutions.
There are two primary functions of CAN: independent media and peaceful activism.
On the media side, CAN tracks news and research in order to offer an unbiased view into both mainstream and alternative viewpoints. Ideally, CAN would like to focus on the realities of our world, rather than propaganda and other distortions. We present evidence -- throughout history, many people, businesses, and nations have profited by harming others unfairly. Sovereign nations must try to do justice for all.
Advancing this focus is the peaceful activism side of CAN. We provide the leadership and online tools that empower individuals to accomplish civil action by exercising the right to petition the government through coordinated citizens' referenda.
Meet the Founders
Greg Glaser is a constitutional and contracts attorney with a litigation and transactional law background. He has been an active supporter of both liberty and environmental justice for over a decade.
Another social justice project operated by Greg is Everyday Currency, which educates independent banks about Certificate Money for local communities, and functions as an informative directory of alternative currencies throughout the nation.
Greg lives in Copperopolis, California with his wife and daughter, and enjoys organic ranching, reading, hiking, playing sports, and philosophy.
Paul Lacey is an electrical engineer with a management and marketing background. From his early years, Paul was raised around agriculture and has been active in civics and film.
He currently works in energy efficiency, creating products and training engineers in environmentally friendly power conversion systems.
Paul lives in San Francisco and enjoys hiking, reading, philosophy, and documentary films.
Option 1 (short version): Let's be reasonable and forgiving with one another.
Option 2 (long version):
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