Dec 22 2013

Reform Party Says No to European-American Free Trade

Source: Reform Party

European and American officials have announced they are in talks to create a free trade agreement between the United States and the European Union. This deal would expand free trade to Germany, France, England and other European nations.

According to government statistics America’s trade deficits have increased due to free trade in other regions. Before the Read more »

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Dec 17 2013

Meet potential Green Party gov candidate Paul Glover

Source: PhillyNow (via GP.org)

Pennsylvania’s next governor could ban fracking all together. That governor could enact a more progressive income tax and shift funds from prisons to education; expand solar tax credits and attempt to enact local, community currencies. That governor could be a person who once walked from the United States’ east coast to its west coast to write a book. Read more »

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Dec 14 2013

Reform Party Statement on Incident in the South China Sea

Source: Reform Party

Recently in the South China Sea, the USS Cowpens, which took part in disaster relief efforts in the Philippines, was confronted by Chinese warships. This confrontation took place in international waters. At this time the Reform Party would like to urge caution. The Reform Party sees no need for tensions between China and the United States to escalate.

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Dec 13 2013

Elected Libertarian councilman campaigned on high city debt

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

Thanks to newly-elected Libertarian Erwin Haas, the people in Kentwood, Mich., a suburb of Grand Rapids, now know there’s a huge public debt problem.

Haas won a tightly contested race to unseat incumbent Maurice Groce by 68 votes, for the second ward seat of the city commission. The vote was 1,105 to 1,037. Read more »

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Dec 11 2013

Latest federal budget deal screams, ‘Vote Libertarian’

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

President Barack Obama and the Democrats and Republicans in Congress, reeling from low voter-approval ratings, are anxious to cut a budget deal that takes the heat off of both parties yet keeps their special interest masters content.

“While people are busy preparing for the holidays, now’s a great time, they figure, to jam more government overspending Read more »

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Dec 11 2013

Maine Greens Lead The Way in Effort to End Corporate Personhood

Source: Maine Green Independent Party

Augusta, Maine – Members of the Maine Green Independent Party represented the majority of the six signers on the citizens initiative to order the Legislature to call on a Constitutional Convention, with the purpose to overturn the Supreme Court’s “Citizens United” decision and end corporate personhood. Green Independents Jacqui Deveneau, Philip Read more »

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Dec 10 2013

50 Candidates File to Run as Greens in Texas

Source: Green Party of Texas

Houston – The Texas Green Party has recruited more than 50 candidates for state and local office across Texas to occupy the ballot in 2014. This is historically the largest number of Green Party candidates that will appear on the ballot in Texas.

“We are very excited to be running so many principled Read more »

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Dec 05 2013

Libertarian Party Chair Neale forges ties with European counterparts

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

Libertarian Party Chair Geoffrey Neale made an historic trip in November to forge ties with emerging Libertarian Parties in Europe and Russia.

Neale addressed audiences in Madrid and Moscow, well-attended by Libertarian leaders within each country as well as by representatives from the U.K., Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands. Read more »

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Nov 26 2013

Libertarian and former lawmaker Charles Earl running for Ohio governor aims to reduce personal, business taxes to ‘zero’

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

Charles Earl, a former Republican representative in the Ohio General Assembly who switched his party affiliation to Libertarian in 2010, is running for governor in Ohio in 2014 to advance personal freedom and constitutional government.

Earl told the Sandusky Register, “We aim to reduce business and corporate taxes to ‘zero.’ Therefore, no large corporate Read more »

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Nov 07 2013

Greens Win Partisan Elections in New London, Connecticut and Snoe Shoe, Pennsylvania

Source: Ballot Access News

On November 5, 2013, Mirna Lis Martinez, the Green Party nominee and a member of the Green Party, was elected to the New London, Connecticut, School Board. She was cross-endorsed by the Republican Party. See this story. The election was partisan.

On the same day, another Green nominee, Neil B. Haagen, was Read more »

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