Who’s riding a grassroots wave of support?
On the one hand, we have Americans Elect’s claim to grassroots support as shown in this February 28 photo of former Oklahoma Senator Dan Boren with boxes and boxes and boxes of signatures of people who established Americans Elect as a political party in the state of Oklahoma:
Is Americans Elect a political party? Despite its protests to the contrary, the answer is a hearty Yes Indeed. The latest proof of Americans Elect’s status as a political party comes from the state of Arizona, where the Secretary of State has released counts of registered Americans Elect political party members in Arizona counties, U.S. [...]
Two steps forward, one step back. While Americans Elect has gained political party status in Nevada and is gathering signatures for an as-yet unnamed presidential candidate in Nevada and Arizona, next door in New Mexico Americans Elect’s registration as a corporation has fallen out of good standing. In that state at least, Americans Elect appears [...]
You may be wondering whether the Americans Elect corporation is serious in its ambition to get its own candidates for President and Vice President elected in 2012. I’ve been wondering too. But then I did a bit of checking and found out that within the past three weeks Americans Elect (or the similarly-named “Americans Elect [...]
Unity08, the organization that sought to have its own candidates for President and Vice President of the United States placed on the November 2008 ballot, filed organization papers as a corporation in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Records show that the corporate registration in each of these jurisdictions was revoked: Washington, DC does not display [...]
A couple of days ago, we wrote an article assessing claims that Barack Obama registered at Occidental College as a foreigner under the name Barry Soetoro. The single largest source of internet traffic to that article?
A website devoted to “nigger” jokes.
Oh, yeah, this “investigation” is all about the cause of freeeedom! And I’m [...]
For every election in memory, there have been huge numbers of people registered to vote who didn’t bother to show up – much larger than the number of votes that are alleged to have been “stolen” or fraudulently. [...]