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    Reflections on Occupy Wall Street, with photos, fun, and good wishes for the future. 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.

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David McReynolds: How you can win in the Tuesday election! | Independent Political Report

The Governor’s race is in a separate category from the Senate races, because no matter how many votes the Green Party candidates get for their Senate candidates, it will not give them a ballot line. But if Hawkins and Mattera can rack up 50,000 votes, then New Yorkers will have a real “party of the […]

MOGP Senate cand Midge Potts Ends Walk Across Missouri Due to Injury

Midge Potts, Progressive/Green Party Candidate for US Senate, who began walking from Missouri ‘s only nuclear power reactor in Callaway County on April 10th, announced on Monday that she had to end her trek early because of a pulled tendon she suffered during her attempt to reach the Honeywell nuke bomb parts factory in Kansas […]

A Democrat contender for US Senator from NY? (ie: challenge to Kirsten Gillibrand)

from Politics1 NEW YORK. Congressman Jose Serrano (D) announced he is strongly considering a primary run next year against interim US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D). Serrano, an ardent liberal, has strong ties in the Hispanic and progressive political communities. Serrano’s announcement comes just after US Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) predicted that in the end Gillibrand […]

Randy Credico for Senate on radio today at 10:30 am EST

Tuesday,  April 14th 2009 at 10:30 am, Randy Credico – comedian and activist – will discuss his possible run against Senator Charles Schumer (NY-Dem). Credico will appear on the Fred Dicker Show. stream the fred dicker show live: talk1300.com at 1030 am also Since Mr. Credico will be out of town on Thursday to talk […]

Roland Burris, Barack Obama, Chicago, etc.

Update on the Senator, Roland Burris (Democrat), who was appointed by former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. I am extra frustrated by how this drama is playing out. I was completely fooled by the previous claims that Roland Burris had not been in any talks with Blagojevich about fundraising and the appointment. I guess some of […]

Blagojevich out as Illinois Governor: Impeached 59-0

So, Governor Blagojevich loses his office. Previous Lieutenant Governor Patrick Quinn (Blagojevich’s runningmate) is now Governor. And, Rolad Burris, who Blagojevich appointed, is a Senator. (excerpt from) Newsday/Chicago Tribune Blagojevich kicked out as Illinois governor 7:21 PM EST, January 29, 2009 The Illinois Senate voted to remove Gov. Rod Blagojevich from office Thursday, marking the […]

Kirsten Gillibrand to fill Hillary Clinton’s Senate seat, aide says — Newsday.com

As of a Friday evening AP story, it is official: Governor David Paterson has officially appointed Kirsten Gillibrand as Senator from NY. (That means that Paterson did not appoint: Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, Congressman Steve Israel (who took Governor Paterson on a trip to Iraq), Carolyn Kennedy, or longshot choice County Executive Thomas Suozzi…) Kirsten […]

Update: Hillary Clinton and Roland Burris

Some stories that might be important to our readers (though, I bet you heard the news elsewhere.) Hillary Clinton has been confirmed as Secretary of State. (That means she is no longer a Senator for New York. And, New York has an open Senate seat which will be appointed by Governor Paterson.) Roland Burris has […]

The Associated Press: Regulator: Gov.’s Senate process may break NY law

The Associated Press: Regulator: Gov.’s Senate process may break NY law Posted using ShareThis (Excerpt from) AP Regulator: Governor’s Senate Process May Break New York Law By MICHAEL GORMLEY  ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Gov. David Paterson’s secretive process to select Hillary Rodham Clinton’s successor in the U.S. Senate conflicts with his campaign promises to open […]

Breaking news: Senate leaders move towards seating Burris

This is about the seating of the person who would fill Barack Obama’s vacated seat in the Senate. The rule is that the Governor of Illinois appoints the person. Though, with Gov. Rod Blagojevich caught up in scandal, it had been suggested that the choice Gov. Blagojevich made might be blocked… (excerpt from) CFTKTV in […]

Senate recount battle: Interesting shift…

KW: As third party activists, the battles between duopoly Democrats and duopoly Republicans don’t usually capture our passions. Though, it is pretty interesting that the Norm Coleman/Al Franken recount has gone on for so long, that Norm Coleman’s term lapsed. He is no longer a Senator. Yet, the recount battle is not over. Found a […]

Alex Walker: Green Party Senate Candidate

KW: One of my favorite greens from Pennsylvania asked me to support Alex Walker for Senate (in California.) I have some experience with Alex Walker’s work with the national Green Party, and I like the ideas presented at his web-site. Worth checking out. His web-site is: www.alexwalker4california.com peace Alex Walker — Green Party — Los […]

Election Judge dumbfounded her ballot was rejected

Remember in 2000, when the Supreme Court decided in Bush v. Gore that while Americans have a right to vote, they did not necessarily have the right to have their vote counted? Fate may have provided Americans with revenge (and maybe a change of heart?) with one judge in Minnesota. An election judge in Minnesota, […]

Source: Caroline Kennedy wants Clinton’s Senate seat — Newsday.com

Source: Caroline Kennedy wants Clinton’s Senate seat — Newsday.com Caroline Kennedy telephoned Gov. David A. Paterson Monday afternoon and said she’d like to fill Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton‘s seat in the U.S. Senate, the governor confirmed. Posted using ShareThis