Posted on August 26, 2015 by iwilder
Green Party Candidate Pauline Salotti of Patchogue for Brookhaven Town’s Fifth District Council Seat will be appearing at these exciting events.
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Posted on August 23, 2015 by iwilder
Riverhead Town Board and a diverse group of experts, who presented different viewpoints in regards to the “misinformation” centered around civil rights.
Filed under: activism, immigration, Long Island Politics, New York State Politics, News, Riverhead, suffolk county | Tagged: civil rights, Constitution, New York Civil Liberties Union, NYCLU, Riverhead | Leave a Comment »
Posted on August 15, 2015 by iwilder
Democratic & Republican Party judge candidates have used New York State Election law to place their candidates on the Green Party of Suffolk line.
Filed under: 3rd party, Ballot issues, democrat, elections, grassroots democracy, Green Party, long island, Long Island Politics, new york, News, Riverhead, suffolk county, third party | Tagged: Anthony Senft, Gary Weber, George Harkin, Jeanmarie Costello, John Schentino, Martha Luft, Matthew Hughes, Robert Cicale (, war on drugs, William Ford | Leave a Comment »
Posted on May 17, 2015 by iwilder
Long Island School Voting is on May 19, 2015 for most school districts. Many communities in Suffolk County and Nassau County have candidates who were endorsed by the Opt Out movement. These candidates will help oppose high stakes testing of children. You can also find this group on FaceBook: Long-Island-Parents-and-Teachers-Against-Standardized-Testing-APPR FB Page posted by Ian List […]
Filed under: activism, children, Education, local, Long Island news, Long Island Politics, Long Island schools, News, progressive politics | Tagged: #letsrunsometests, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Common Core, Education reform, high-stakes testing, LI APPR, Long Island Opt-Out, Long Island school vote, opt-out, School board candidates, Standardized test | Leave a Comment »
Posted on April 26, 2015 by iwilder
Just heard the news that there was a brush fire at Edgewood Oak Brush Plains Preserve today, Saturday, April 25th. I am not sure if the fire was related to the way the Edge Wood Preserve is managed. Though, the crisis of a fire might be a good time to reflect on the value of […]
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Posted on March 7, 2015 by iwilder
Ian Wilder was interviewed on WRHU by Rebecca Gianarkis about the “Free Speech Zones” at the Hofstra 2008 and 2012 Presidential Debates.
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Posted on October 11, 2014 by iwilder
Cuomo and Astorino both take pay-to-play contributions-for-contracts, while both are hypocrites for calling out the other for unethical transactions.
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Posted on October 5, 2014 by iwilder
First of the 2014/2015 season! PeaceSmiths Coffeehouse Friday, October 10, 2014 at 8pm Dedicated to the memory of John Phillips, (“Portugie” of Copper Rose fame) PeaceSmiths friend and videographer, musician, artist, activist, and Pubic Access producer A special evening of music by old and new friends. Among the presenters: -Nightmare Police (acoustic duo) -Billionaire […]
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Posted on September 21, 2014 by iwilder
The Green Party of New York State has a ban on endorsing Democratic and Republican candidates because those parties do not agree with the Green Party’s worldwide Four Pillars of Social and Economic Justice; Grassroots Democracy; Ecological Wisdom and Nonviolence/Peace. Democratic and Republican Party insiders have taken advantage of New York State Election law to […]
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Posted on July 28, 2014 by iwilder
Stop the Arms Trade – Cut the Arms Budget Join South Country Peace Group’s 32nd annual World Peace Vigil A Community Dedication to Peace on the 69th anniversary of the nuclear destruction of Hiroshima Wednesday, August 6, 2014 – 7:15 pm Commemorative Poetry and Songs Nuclear Weapons Update You may wish to wear white, the traditional Japanese color of […]
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Posted on June 17, 2014 by iwilder
Join Move to Amend Brookhaven for a viewing of the short film, The Story of Citizens United vs. FEC and an evening of stimulating conversation.
Filed under: activism, Ballot issues, Calendar, campaign finance reform, election, events, film, grassroots democracy, Long Island Politics, News, politics, suffolk county, US Politics | Tagged: Brookhaven, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, FEC, Political action committee, Short film, Supreme Court of the United States | Leave a Comment »