MAOS focuses on truly important stories; stories of public interest having “moral clarity”, and is a collaborative experiment of technology and activism. Chaz Stevens, Genius is Editor in Chief.
Stevens, a tech-savvy public records expert and well-known blogger, is the face of the new media and a modern-day gadfly– electronically empowered, fighting the power structure with bits and bytes.
Winner of the 2010 New Times Activist of the Year award, Stevens have been appeared on the Sunday front pages, featured in countless articles, and guest on radio and TV. Chaz now is a frequent guest columnist for the New Times Broward Palm Beach.
In 2012 an eight-foot-tall Festivus pole (made of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer cans) was placed on the front lawn of a city-owned firehouse in Deerfield Beach, Florida, near a Nativity scene and a menorah. The pole was the work of a local atheist [Chaz Stevens] who, after years of unsuccessfully trying to get the city to remove the religious symbols from its property, sought and received “permission to place an ‘anti-religious’ display” on city property.
Stevens, South Florida’s premier political corruption fighter, has over the years collected quite an assortment of firsts…
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