Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts: Support Homeowners

December 29th, 2015 – from GP.org: Recently, my family went to watch The Big Short which is a movie about the mortgage industry. The movie showed the banking industry selling collections of mortgages without knowing what they were worth. When the banking industry got in trouble, they asked the government for money. The politicians, both … Continue reading Green-Rainbow Party of Massachusetts: Support Homeowners

First 2016 Green Presidential Candidate Forum in the United States to take place Saturday, January 23 in San Diego

From the Green Party’s website, December 29th, 2015: SAN DIEGO — The First 2016 Green Presidential Candidates Forum will take place in San Diego, Saturday afternoon January 23, 2016; held from 3-6 pm at the Grassroots Oasis activist space (a ten minute walk from historic Old Town San Diego.) Hosted by the Green Party of … Continue reading First 2016 Green Presidential Candidate Forum in the United States to take place Saturday, January 23 in San Diego

Constitution Party of Idaho to host presidential candidate debate

Scott Copeland J.R. Myers December 29th, 2015 (Constitution Party of Idaho website) CP-Idaho is now compiling questions from the public for our upcoming Boise Debate.  Three Constitution Party presidential candidates–Scott Copeland, Patrick Ockander and J.R. Myers–will participate in the debate on Saturday, February 27, 2016, from 12:300 to 3:30 p.m. at the Boise Main Library (Hayes … Continue reading Constitution Party of Idaho to host presidential candidate debate

Prohibition Party Nominee Jim Hedges

By: CL Gammon James “Jim” Hedges is the Prohibition Party nominee for President. He was born on May 10, 1938 in Iowa, City Iowa. He earned a BA from the University of Iowa and a Masters degree in Geography from the University of Maryland. He served in the United States Marine Corps and served as … Continue reading Prohibition Party Nominee Jim Hedges

Lp.org: 101 potential candidates file in Texas

Posted on Dec 29, 2015 Lp.org 101 potential candidates have filed to run for office as Libertarians in Texas for the 2016 elections. The filing deadline was on December 14. Texas has the second-earliest filing deadline for non-establishment parties, behind Arkansas, whose 2016 candidates had to file in early November. The Texas LP has run … Continue reading Lp.org: 101 potential candidates file in Texas

Freedom Socialist Party: Identity politics and free Nestora Salgado

From the Freedom Socialist Party website: Identity politics: dead end for student activism Miriam Padilla December 2015 After being denied the truth about our history in early schooling and fed lies about the causes of racism in the United States, people of color care deeply about learning their history in college. As a first-generation student … Continue reading Freedom Socialist Party: Identity politics and free Nestora Salgado

Reason.com covers John McAfee’s presidential bid

Anti-Virus Pioneer John McAfee Enters Libertarian Party Presidential Race McAfee talks about his colorful life, why the country needs him, the coming cyberwar, how he has “no trouble getting press” and why, despite supporting public works projects, he was “libertarian before the word.” Brian Doherty|Dec. 28, 2015 8:00 pm John McAfee is the 70-year-old founder of the … Continue reading Reason.com covers John McAfee’s presidential bid

Interview with Billy Roper

Billy Roper, a White Nationalist and briefly a candidate for the 2012 presidential nomination of the now-defunct Boston Tea Party, took some time to answer questions about his recent activities and his thoughts on the 2016 American Freedom Party presidential nominee Bob Whitaker and the Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.  Roper is a former member … Continue reading Interview with Billy Roper

RT America interviews Jill Stein

RT America on Dec 28, 2015 The US presidential elections are just around the corner, the great fight for the seat of power. However, while Democrats and Republicans are all over the mainstream media, there are still those candidates who are forced out of the debate. The so-called “third parties” – what do they have … Continue reading RT America interviews Jill Stein