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Jill Stein Wins South Carolina and Connecticut Primary Contests

If you support equal rights for gays and lesbians, don’t do what Barack Obama does, privately hoping that someone else will make the change. You have to take your opinion public, and vote for a candidate who isn’t afraid to speak up for what’s right. If you support marriage equality, support the Jill Stein for President campaign. [...]

Marijuana Campaigns In Colorado

Medical marijuana gains ground in Connecticut, loses it in Fort Collins, while the 420 Rally smokes on in Denver. [...]

Barack Obama Attacks Polar Bears Just Before Earth Day

This Earth Day, you’ll heard Democrats talking about how horrible Mitt Romney would be for the environment, and it’s true – as President, Mitt Romney would support anti-environmental policies. What you won’t hear Democrats talking about is the wonderful environmental record of Barack Obama. That’s because Obama has a terrible environmental record [...]

A Weak Week in Votes and Tweets for Americans Elect

As AE Transparency notes, another week has passed during which the Americans Elect presidential contenders have failed to attract enough supporters to qualify for the May 8 Americans Elect presidential primary ballot — the nation’s first-ever privatized all-online presidential nomination vote. Americans Elect set a fairly low standard for political insiders to gain ballot access [...]

Presidential Candidate Jill Stein Stands Against Americans Elect

Today, Jill Stein, the strong front runner in the 2012 Green Party presidential primary, released the following statement, in which she pledges to abstain from all involvement in the Americans Elect political party. [...]

Jill Stein Gains Ballot Access For Greens In New Mexico

Yesterday, Jill Stein announced that, in cooperation with the New Mexico Green Party, her campaign had successfully gathered more than enough signatures to get the Green Party on the ballot in New Mexico. She did so without accepting any corporate support. Jill Stein is showing that Rocky Anderson was wrong – an alternative presidential candidate does not need to run into the arms of big corporate money to gain ballot access. [...]

Primary Victory Goes To… Jill Stein!

The winner was Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein. She got 5 out of the 7 delegates awarded. It’s her 10th straight primary election victory. [...]

Another Perspective On Health Care Mandates

Last week, as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case challenging the legality of health care reform passed by the 110th Congress and signed into law by Barack Obama, most journalists have framed the associated popular debate in terms of the two dominant political parties. They report that Democratic voters support the health [...]

Jill Stein Speaks As No Democrat Or Republican Will

“We’re talking about putting a moratorium on foreclosures.” Which presidential candidate actually has the guts to say that? [...]

While Obama Promotes Oil Pipelines Jill Stein Stands With Occupy Protesters

While Barack Obama is visiting oil rigs and fossil fuel pipelines, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has been standing with the Occupy Wall Street protesters in New York City, promoting the creation of a more efficient and sustainable energy infrastructure. [...]

Corporate Compromise Fails To Pay Off For Rocky Anderson

Rocky Anderson has only 831 supporters on Americans Elect. 831 people, from across the entire United States of America. So, Rocky Anderson sold out to corporate America, and he failed to wrangle any political advantage out of the deal. That’s about the worst kind of campaign failure I can imagine. [...]