Feb 25 2011

Columbus City Council candidate Bob Bridges confers with Gahanna Councilman McAlister

Source: Independent Political Report

Press release sent to contact.ipr@gmail.com yesterday:

Columbus City Council candidate Robert Bridges met this morning with Gahanna Councilman John McAlister to discuss issues of mutual interest. Bridges is part of a three-person slate of Libertarian candidates running for Columbus City Council. McAlister, long-time Gahanna councilman, is also a Libertarian and previously ran on the party’s ticket for US Senate. Read more »

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Feb 22 2011

‘GreenStream Wednesday’ debuts Feb. 23: Green Party online show will feature Green news, interviews, videos, and viewer participation every Wednesday

Source: Green Party (GP.org)

WASHINGTON, DC — The Green Party of the United States will broadcast the first episode of ‘GreenStream Wednesday’ on February 23, 10:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm PT, on the party’s Livestream channel (http://www.livestream.com/greenpartyus).

The one-hour show will present Green news, interviews, video clips, and viewer participation. Read more »

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Feb 22 2011

The Green Party supports Wisconsin public employees, urges wider protest against policies that cut benefits and eliminate collective bargaining

Source: Green Party (GP.org)

Greens denounce austerity budgets, calling them a ploy to balance budgets on the backs of working people, destroy unions, and enlarge the power of corporations Read more »

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Feb 17 2011

Greens: Raids and harassment against peace activists by FBI, police, and prosecutors must end

Source: Green Party (GP.org)

Green Party co-chair Theresa El-Amin to speak at a conference in North Carolina against FBI raids on Feb. 19

WASHINGTON, DC– Green Party leaders called for an end to FBI harassment, raids, false entrapment, and other violations of the rights of peace activists, progressive leaders, and whistleblowers throughout the US. Read more »

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Feb 16 2011

Obama kowtows to military-industrial complex

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

WASHINGTON – The Libertarian Party criticizes the Obama administration’s recent statement demanding more military spending from House Republicans.

The administration claims that the Republican spending bill currently under debate does not provide enough military funding. Read more »

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Feb 10 2011

Libertarians at CPAC present Republican Wall of Shame

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

WASHINGTON – At their booth at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the Libertarian Party is displaying a “Republican Wall of Shame.” (View low-res JPG or high-res PDF.)

These are the prominent Republicans featured on the Wall of Shame: Read more »

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Feb 10 2011

Burning for Revolution

Source: ConstitutionParty.com

by Darrell Castle
Constitution Party Vice-Chairman

Mohamed Bouazizi was a 26 year old man who lived in a small town in Tunisia called Sidi Bouzid. According to family members, he supported his mother and six sisters with the US$140 per month he earned as a street vendor Read more »

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Feb 09 2011

Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania supports Voters’ Choice Act

Source: Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania (lppa.org)

Voters’ Choice Act introduced in Pennsylvania Senate

Harrisburg – The Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania is pleased to support the Voters’ Choice Act, which has been introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate as Senate Bill 21.

Senator Mike Folmer of Lebanon is the prime sponsor of the Act which was originally authored by the Pennsylvania Ballot Access Coalition (PBAC) in 2005. Read more »

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Feb 04 2011

America should stop interfering in Egypt

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

WASHINGTON – Libertarian Party Chair Mark Hinkle released the following statement today:

“Media reports tell us that the Obama administration is heavily involved in the current crisis in Egypt. It shouldn’t be. Read more »

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Feb 03 2011

Libertarians: Tea Party betrayed by tiny Republican budget cuts

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

WASHINGTON – According to The Hill, House Republicans have just announced that they will seek appropriations for the rest of 2011 that are $32 billion below current spending levels.

LP Chair Mark Hinkle commented, “The Tea Party supporters have been betrayed. These cuts are so small, you need a microscope to find them.” Read more »

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