A month ago, I wrote of the extremely poor offering of presidential candidates presented by the Green Party so far. Midge Potts, conspiracy theorist sits next to Charles Brannan, who says he has been called by the Holy Spirit to run for President “to force
Over the last few weeks, a person writing under the name “Citizen Norman” has popped up here now and again at Irregular Times, leaving comments indicating that he is running for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination in 2016. Yesterday, Nathan Norman complained to Robert Milnes,
The nascent political party 1787 for America introduced itself in 2013 by promising it would provide an arena for populist, bottom-up participation in the choosing of the next President of the United States. Choose whomever you like — let the people decide, declared 1787 for America. But
Over the last few weeks, we at Irregular Times have been writing about some of the less well-publicized of the 2016 presidential candidates. As we’ve moved from Midge Potts to Robert Milnes to Michael Bickelmeyer and Dinesh Ravishanker, I’ve become more uneasy. I’ve looked at
Of all the unconventional presidential candidacies in the 2016 season, I have yet to find any more enigmatic than that of Dinesh Ravishanker. Just a little over one year ago, Ravishanker was the CEO of Callfire, a company that provides commercial and political customers with
Marc Allan Feldman of Ohio is running for the Libertarian nomination for President of the United States.
I wrote this morning about the slate of off-balance candidates who have declared presidential candidacies for 2016 with the Green Party. The Green Party is looking solid in comparison to the Revolutionary Party, however. The Revolutionary Party has been formed by Princess Khadijah M. Jacob-Fambro,
Almost as soon as the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee released its report on torture by the CIA, the Department of Justice reiterated the intention of the Obama Administration not to prosecute anyone who was involved in the torture, even though torture is a crime.
In November 2013, J. Clifford wrote here about a Green Party that complained about ballot access but wasn’t running candidates. In November 2014, the Maine Green Independent Party ran 13 candidates for state legislature — an impressive feat for a party with very few members and
How would politics change if we stopped talking about party candidates? Oh, I don’t mean that we stop talking about candidates who are running with the Libertarian Party or Green Party or Americans Elect Party or Democratic Party or Republican Party, or what have you.
Sam Rolley at Personal Liberty Digest writes that, “Popular former New Mexico Governor and 2012 Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has announced that he plans to launch another bid for the Oval Office in 2016, which could be a year for unprecedented libertarian success in