Philly Sheriff cand Cheri Honkala (G) will halt home evictions and challenge bank power

Cheri Honkala, homeless advocate and Green Party candidate for Sheriff of Philadelphia, Pa., pledges to halt home evictions and challenge the power of banks, if elected Cheri Honkala, candidate for Sheriff of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has emerged as the Green Party’s highest profile candidate in the 2011 election year. Ms. Honkala’s campaign slogans, “Keeping Families in […]

Third Party and Independent Daily: Anti-war movement and TEA party must hang together or assuredly we shall all hang separately

In a Green Party press release reaching out to elements of the Tea Party, Rodger Jennings says Republicans and rightwing ideologues in the media are thrilled with a Tea Party movement that will channel votes and money towards extremist GOP politicians. Their idea of the Tea Party has nothing to do with the 1773 Boston […]

Source: Caroline Kennedy wants Senate seat — Newsday.com

Caroline Kennedy a possible Senate seat contender — Newsday.com Media reports Friday said Caroline Kennedy has talked to Gov. David A. Paterson about the Senate seat of Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is preparing to become secretary of state. In an interview with NY1, Paterson said, “I took a call from her Wednesday night, but I’m […]

Our big date: Ian and Kimberly attend a lecture by Constitutional Scholar

KW: Ian and I have been “doing the alumni thing” lately. As some of our readers may remember, we were able to get into an on-campus video screening of the last Presidential Debate at Hofstra, because Ian is an alumni. Last night, we went into New York City for a special program put on by […]

John Adams on the Hofstra Partisan Presidential Debate

Debate Background Hofstra University is hosting a Presidential Debate on Wednesday, October 15, 2008.  The debate is sponsored by the so-called Commission on Presidential Debates.  Hofstra mistakenly calls this commission “nonpartisan” when it is actually bi-partisan–entirely controlled by the Democratic and Republican Parties and funded by a few large corporations (much like the presidential election).  […]

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