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    Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? eBook

    Thinking about Hong Kong? Reflections on the previous,NYS/US phase of the occupy/democracy spirit. eBook, Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? (Only $.99 !) In the eBook, the Occupy movement is explored through original reporting, photographs, cartoons, poetry, essays, and reviews.The collection of essays and blog posts records the unfolding of Occupy into the culture from September 2011 to the present.  Authors Kimberly Wilder and Ian Wilder were early supporters of Occupy, using their internet platforms to communicate the changes being created by the American Autumn.

    The eBook is currently available on Amazon for Kindle;  Barnes & Noble Nook;  and Smashwords independent EBook seller for 99 cents and anyone can read it using their Kindle/Nook Reader, smart phone, or computer.

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Wed 1/30/2013: Illinois Green Party suit in federal court

Green Party Federal Suit against State of Illinois Case: Jones v. McGuffage Location: Everett Dirksen Federal Building, Chicago Time: 1:30pm, Wednesday, January 30 Jones v. McGuffage is the suit filed by the Illinois Green Party and its candidate for 2nd Congress, LeAlan Jones, charging that Illinois statutes governing ballot access for the April 9th Special […]

More endorsements for 2011 Green Party candidates

Green Party candidates have continued to receive endorsements in local races across the US.  59 Greens will be on ballots in the November 8, 2011 general election. Ten Greens have been elected to public office in elections held earlier this year, out of 34 candidates who competed. Green candidates in St. Paul, Minnesota, received several […]

Cong cand Schmidt (G-IL) sues State Board of Elections over Established Party

The Illinois Green Party, and congressional candidate Laurel Lambert Schmidt, on Monday filed suit against the State Board of Elections over the Board’s interpretation of the “established party” statute.  A victory for the plaintiffs would substantially lower ballot access bars for Green candidates in numerous congressional and legislative districts across the state, which would allow for many more Greens to run for office […]

Green Party Ballot Access roundup: Arkansas to Wisconsin and more…

(excerpt from) Green Party Watch Post-election Green Party 2010 ballot access roundup Last night the Green Party won ballot access in New York and Texas, retained it in Massachusetts and Ohio, lost it in Illinois and Wisconsin, and fell short of gaining it in Arkansas, Maryland, Minnesota, and Nevada… Full article with details at Green […]

Guv cand Rich Whitney, LeAlan Jones & IL Green Party Sue WTTW over Debate Exclusion

    The Illinois Green Party and candidates Rich Whitney and LeAlan Jones filed suit in federal court late yesterday against public television station WTTW, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Public Broadcasting Service and President and CEO of WTTW Daniel J. Schmidt. Gubernatorial candidate Whitney and Senatorial candidate Jones were both excluded from debates […]

New Touch Screen Problems, Absentee Ballot Mess Further Evidence that Voters Need to Green Party

On the heels of “Whiteygate”, new problems have been reported with touch-screen voting machines in Chicago. This, coupled with a major voting rights issue involving absentee ballots, point to the need for serious electoral reform that won’t happen with Democratic officeholders, say Green Party leaders. The Illinois Green Party has received two detailed complaints about […]

Let Rich Whitney Debate or Quinn/Brady Attacks Will Only Get Worse video

Rich Whitney, established candidate for governor in IL, was not allowed to participate in the ABC7 Chicago debate Oct 20th. Whitney is the Green Party’s candidate and the Green Party is an established party because Whitney won 10% of the vote in 2006 when he ran for governor. The ABC7 debate devolved into a back-and-forth […]

Guv cand Whitney (G-IL) on CNN 10/23/10 9:30AM CST

Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney will appear on CNN tomorrow at approximately 9:30 AM central time. Mr. Whitney will be on the show CNN Newsroom hosted by Suzanne Malveaux and TJ Holmes. The candidate will discuss the “Whiteygate” ballot scandal and his campaign in general. Saturday, October 23 Who: Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney What: […]

MIKVA CHALLENGE STUDENTS TO CALL ON WTTW TO “DO THE RIGHT THING” ON WHITNEY (G-IL) DEBATE

A number of Chicago area high school students will picket outside the studios of WTTW on Friday afternoon. The students will be protesting the exclusion of Green Party candidate Rich Whitney from the WTTW gubernatorial forum scheduled for October 28th. WTTW has only invited Democrat Pat Quinn and Republican Bill Brady to participate in the […]

Guv cand Whitney (G-IL) ad to Air on comedy Central and MSNBC

Rich Whitney announced on Thursday that his campaign has released a television advertisement that will be airing on MSBNC and Comedy Central. In the ad, Whitney emphasizes his desire to be included in all gubernatorial debates. The spot can also be viewed at his websitehttp://www.whitneyforgov.org/. Rich Whitney is a 55-year-old civil rights and employment lawyer […]

Guv cand Whitney (G-IL) Reacts to Quinn/Brady “Debate” at Elmhurst

Green Party gubernatorial candidate Rich Whitney reacted with very little surprise to lack of substance in the debate between Governor Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bill Brady at Elmhurst College on Sunday night. Whitney emphasized that the scarcity of any real solutions by either candidate only furthered his argument that he should be included in all […]

Guv cand Whitney (G-IL) on MSNBC 10/20/10 1:15PM CST

    Rich Whitney, Illinois  Green Party candidate for Governor, will appear on MSNBC this Wednesday, October 20th. Mr. Whitney will be interviewed by host Tamron Hall on the show NewsNation live at 1:15 PM central. The candidate will discuss his campaign and the “Whiteygate” ballot scandal. Rich Whitney is a 55-year-old civil rights and employment […]

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 […]

Guv cand Whitney (G-IL) Trumps Competitors in Tribune Debate and Proves Why He Should Be Included in Future Debates

Rich Whitney, the Illinois Green Party governor candidate, participated in a debate with all four of the other ballot-qualified competitors for governor today before the Chicago Tribune editorial board. The spirited and at time rancorous debate pointed out significant differences between all five candidates. Before an audience of 42 people, topics such as the budget […]

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