According to Fast For The Climate, thousands of people are participating in the fast, but how does not eating food for one day a month help to stop climate change? […]
Given that Jill Stein is a medical doctor, it’s particularly disturbing to me that she would make a blanket statement that marijuana is only unsafe because it is illegal. […]
If throwing environmentalists under the bus worked for Obama, why won’t it work for Hillary Clinton? […]
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein would have us miss this opportunity to lessen the war making of United States, because it is not a complete elimination of authorization for war. […]
For the last month, I have watched the Green Party allow itself to be represented by a series of mentally unbalanced presidential candidates. Today, those presidential candidates lost a big share of the spotlight. Jill Stein, the 2012 Green Party candidate for President, has announced the beginning of her 2016 presidential campaign. Officially, she is […]
There’s a great deal of speculation these days about whether Mitt Romney will run for the Republican presidential nomination for the 2016 election, and whether Hillary Clinton will run for the Democrats.
There has been much less speculation, however, about whether an old presidential candidate from the Green Party will return for another run. […]
Libertarian-leaning Republican Congressman Justin Amash will be speaking at this weekend’s Rally Against Mass Surveillance in Washington D.C.
No Democrat from either the House or Senate is scheduled to be present.
Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson will also be speaking at the protest.
Former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein is not scheduled to […]
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.” […]
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. […]