What I would do, if I was in Barack Obama’s place, would be to say, “Okay, Republicans, if you don’t like Obamacare and its requirement to purchase insurance, that’s fine.”
At this point, I can’t think of a single political organization that has my trust. I look at the field of potential presidential candidates in 2016, for all the political parties, big and small, and shudder.
The Green Party of the US seems to have instituted its very own media blockade.
Are you an experienced activist looking for work that you can believe in? Consider the Green Shadow Cabinet – a collection of political candidates and organizers. They’re hiring a coordinator.
The message of the marchers: Government policies that cater to the demands of large corporations, while ignoring human needs and the climate crisis, are destructive, not just ethically, but economically as well.
Who else but Green Party leaders would dare to suggest that the U.S. federal government shouldn’t have the power to spy on people without a search warrant, or execute people without trial?
Two potential Green Party candidates for President in 2016 intend not to fade into the background as other Green candidates have done, but to remain conspicuously active in politics for the next four years.
I don’t know the internal politics of the decision to grade Stein in this way, but to my eye, this “incomplete” grade looks like a move calculated to forestall anger at the Secular Coalition from Democratic politicians and voters.
They’ve found an Arabic script within it, shown by the red lines in the graphic you see here. They assure me that, when these red lines are rearranged, they form the second part of the Shahadah profession of Muslim faith: Mu?ammadur ras?lu l-L?h, declaring that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.
Summary of the 2012 congressional primaries in Texas, and the results of these elections:
Unlike other presidential candidates, Dr. Jill Stein isn’t having luxury parties with the wealthy. She’s having potluck breakfasts with working Americans, and asking them for their own ideas about who she ought to pick as a running mate.