David Earl Williams III, independent candidate for Congress in Illinois’ 9th district, recently attended the Chicago protest of Donald Trump’s visit, which was ultimately cancelled.
Acting out on my first amendment right – I join thousands of others protesting the reckless presidential campaign of GOP candidate Donald Trump.
If you help elect me to Congress, I’ll deport Donald Trump to China – once again, making America great again!! – David Earl Williams III
Today, David Earl Williams III, independent candidate for Congress in Illinois 9th district (who has publicly announced his intention to join the Libertarian Party after the election), was interviewed on the Brower Report, a Blog Talk Radio show. The interview show lasts for 66 minutes, though note that the interview doesn’t last for the entire duration of the show. Listen to the interview at the link below:
From Green Party Watch, March 14th:
Grist writes about the Green Party presidential candidacy of Jill Stein, saying that she “not only promises to cancel all student debt, she says she would guarantee access to food, water, housing, and utilities; establish a single-payer healthcare system; set a $15-an-hour federal minimum wage; end police brutality, mass incarceration, and institutional racism; protect women’s reproductive rights; end discrimination against LGBTQ people; create a path to citizenship; and replace drug prohibition with harm reduction.” Continue reading
Green Party Watch, March 15th:
Bob Fitrakis, Green Party candidate for Franklin County, Ohio, Prosecutor,reports some problems at the primary polls in the state. Continue reading
Darryl W. Perry is an anarchist writer and radio-talk show host seeking the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination. In September 2015, he uploaded a free audiobook of A Rebel’s Journey, which chronicles his personal tranformation from a “Christian” conservative to a libertarian anarchist. His audiobook consists of eleven videos, starting with an introduction.
From Andy Craig at IPR, March 14th:
With attention focused on the Republican and Democratic primaries in several states that could potentially decide their nominations, two states will be having Libertarian presidential preference primaries on Tuesday, March 15: North Carolina and Missouri. Continue reading