Prez cand Stein (G): Wisconsin betrayed by Silencing of Democracy Movement

We need our own party, organized by, led by, and funded by we the people, not the corporations.

Green Party Presidential FAQ 2012

The Green Party has compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions from journalists about the Green presidential candidates, 2012 Green National Convention, and the party itself.

Green Party CA Presidential Forum 5/12/12 with LWV & KALW’s Rose Aguilar

Presidential candidates Roseanne Barr, Kent Mesplay and Jill Stein will face-off the evening of May 12 as Green Party members all across California are getting ready to go to the polls and vote.

Laurence Tribe Decries Unconstitutional Treatment of Private Bradley Manning

A few days after Barack Obama gave that inspiring acceptance speech, having won the Democratic nomination for the presidency, Laurence Tribe, the preeminent constitutional law professor and scholar at Harvard Law School, circulated a letter about just how smart Obama is.  Tribe hired him as a research assistant during his first year of law school, […]

Miranda is Obama’s latest victim – Glenn Greenwald

The number of instances in which Obama has violently breached his own alleged principles when it comes to the War on Terror and the rule of law are too numerous to chronicle in one place. Suffice to say, it is no longer provocative or controversial when someone like Yale Law Professor Jack Balkin writes, as […]

Nader: ‘Mad as Hell’ in Madison

There is an ideological plan driving these corporatists. They create “useful crisis” and then hammer the unorganized people to benefit the wealthy classes. Governor Walker last year gave $140 million in tax breaks to corporations. This fiscal year’s deficit is $137 million. Note this oft-repeated dynamic. President Obama caved to the Minority party Republicans in […]

Green Presidents, Before They Were on the Bills (via Autonomie Project’s Blog)

It’s President’s Day! And what’s a better way to celebrate than to honor two of our most remembered Presidents: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln than to highlight some of their green achievements. You may think that going “green” is a relatively new movement, but some people have been watching out for our Earth for centuries. […]

With 36,000 Troops Set to Deploy in 2011, Is Permanent War on the Horizon?

As the US war in Afghanistan spreads toward Pakistan and the strategy drifts to Counter Terrorism (CT), there is no deescalation in sight. In fact, it is increasingly clear that the White House has little intention to significantly draw down troops in July of this year, as promised in President Obama’s West Point speech. via […]

Why Black MisLeadership Won’t Sign the Anti-War Petition by Glen Ford (via Dandelion Salad)

http://dandelionsalad.wordpress.com/ A Black Agenda Radio commentary by Glen Ford Black Agenda Radio Commentaries 26 January 2011 “We vow not to support President Barack Obama for renomination for another term in office, and to actively seek to impede his war policies unless and until he reverses them,” says a petition signed by hundreds of social activists. […]

I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan 1/27/11

The Bare Bones Repertory Company will present its first reading of  2011 at 8:00 PM on Thursday, January 27th with “I Forgive You, Ronald Reagan“, a controversial new play by John Asastasi. It’s the story of Ray De Luso, a highly decorated Vietnam vet who – retired  from military service-has built a career as a passionately committed air traffic controller. […]

How the Left Is Left Out – Ralph Nader’s View – NYTimes

Hello! There are plenty of distinguished progressive champions lobbying, rallying, exposing, suing and organizing at the national, state and local level. Yet they have been mostly left out of the mass media, on television and radio and in the news, feature, style, opinion and book review pages of major newspapers, including The Times. via How […]

Bruce A. Dixon: A More Effective Imperial CEO (via Dandelion Salad)

“We are here because some of us and our friends voted for change.  What did we get?  What we got was a more effective imperial CEO.” — Bruce A. Dixon of Black Agenda Report, Bruce Dixon, who runs a blog on the Black Agenda Report (blackagendareport.com), argues that the current Democrat in the White House […]

Katsuko Nomura: Consumer Champion – The Nader Page

Katsuko Nomura: Consumer Champion – The Nader Page. Katsuko Nomura—a builder of consumer, labor, cooperative and women’s rights groups for over 55 years in Japan—passed away this month at the age of 99. She was one of the most remarkable civic leaders anywhere in the world. With her range of activities, she could be called […]

PressTV – ‘Deficit spending, wars destroying America’

Foote:Well the problem that Obama and the Democrats have is that they have been elected to office for many years and the game of progressive taxes for individuals and taxes for corporations and we have a large percentage of Americans who don’t pay any taxes at all… how can he go back to his voters […]

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