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A Green Governor in New York State? : Only The Blog Knows Brooklyn

A vote for Hawkins and Mattera is a vote for a more inclusive multi-party system like in other countries. Or so says Pechefsky: “50,000 votes for governor gets you ballot status, ballot status means it is much easier to get people on the ballot in City Council and State legislature races.” In other words: a […]

Alan Singer: Green Party vs. Tea Party at Hofstra Gubernatorial Debate

Hawkins and the Greens appear to be the only alternative to anti-union Tea Party budget-cutters Cuomo and Paladino. In their Green New Deal, proposal, the Green Party demands a living wage for all working families, cradle-to-grave Medicare, publicly owned and controlled banks to manage state pension money, housing subsidies and stronger rent control, and invest […]

Redlich, Hawkins Talk Debate | Politics on the Hudson

Still, Hawkins said he would lay out his case for a progressive income tax and a “green” stimulus plan. “I think the way I get through is I contrast my prosperity plan with the austerity plans of the major party candidates,” he said. “That green new deal is is full employment, fully-funded educated and a […]

Food Politics: Taking A Look At Howie Hawkins for New York Governor

Ban corporate-owned farms. Support family farms with price supports, credit, and tax relief. Financial and technical assistance incentives to convert farms to organic methods. Bypass corporate food middlemen by supporting farmer-owned processing and marketing cooperatives and consumer-owned food cooperatives. Full organizing rights and decent wages for farmworkers. via Food Politics: Taking A Look At Howie […]

Newsday’s Ellis Henican: Hawkins & Redlich have “actual issues of concern”

Who does that leave? Howie Hawkins and Warren Redich from the Green and Libertarian parties seem like bright enough fellows with actual issues of concern, but Greens and Libertarians are rarely elected governor of New York. via Tip for Cuomo in debate: Don’t say very much. by Ellis Henican  

N.Y. Candidates for Governor Crowd Stage – WSJ.com

The quiet charmer of the group is the Green Party’s Howie Hawkins, a Dartmouth College graduate who works as a truck-unloader for UPS and names reading as his favorite pastime. via N.Y. Candidates for Governor Crowd Stage – WSJ.com.

On the Heels of Whiteygate, Whitney is shut out of Chicago Debates

Just days after Rich Whitney‘s name was found to be misspelled on voting machine throughout Chicago, the Green Party candidate for governor is now finding himself locked out of three Chicago debates, including one going on tonight at Elmhurst College, 8 p.m. Tonight’s debate, along with the League of Women Voters on Oct 20 and […]

The Case Against Fluoride: Toxifying the Tap (via Food Freedom)

By Rady Ananda In July of this year, the United Nations declared access to clean water a human right. The United States was among 41 nations that abstained from supporting the resolution. Since October 15th is Blog for Water Day, a close inspection of a common US practice – fluoridating city water supplies – is in […]

Doubts About Cuomo’s Support of Gay Rights | Greens for Greens ™

“He plays catch-up on our issues,” said Libby Post, who founded Empire State Pride Agenda, the influential gay-rights group that pushed for the same-sex marriage legislation last year. “I don’t think his heart is really there. He does not have a record you can look to.” via Doubts About Cuomo’s Support of Gay Rights | Greens for […]

The Real Face-offs in the 10/18/10 NY Guv Debate

Below is excellent pre-debate commentary by Ian Wilder. For post-debate commentary from Kimberly Wilder (with Ian’s post-debate in comments) please go: here. Also, you can find full video of the live debate: here. OK, the corporate media keep playing up the face-off between Paladino and Cuomo like it is some kind of WWE event.  I […]

NY1 Online: Green Party Candidate For Governor Howie Hawkins On “Inside City Hall” 10/14/10

Green Party Candidate for Governor Howie Hawkins made his pitch to run New York State in an interview on Thursday’s edition of “Inside City Hall.” [vodpod id=Video.4686603&w=425&h=350&fv=allowfullscreen%3D] NY1 Online: Green Party Candidate For Governor …, posted with vodpod  

RSVP now for “No Impact Man” 10/21/10

The Sustainability Institute at Molloy College invites you to attend our Sustainable Film Series, on Thursday October 21, 2010. Seating is limited. Please RSVP at 516-678-5000 ext. 7562 [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9Ctt7FGFBo]

Green Party New York: Poll: 58 Percent of Voters Say a 3rd Political Party is Needed

    Howie Hawkins traveled to Rochester alone. No massive campaign machine in sight. What you get from this Green Party candidate for governor is an earnest discussion of tax and ethics reform. “People say ‘you sound like the democrats used to sound.’ New deal democrats don’t exist any more,” Hawkins explains. ‘The new democrats […]