Mar 03 2012

Andre Barnett To Appear at Presidential Candidate Caucus March 3

Source: Reform Party National Committee

Andre Barnett, one of four hopefuls seeking the Reform Party 2012 Presidential nomination, will be appearing at a Presidential Candidate Caucus in New York State hosted by the NYS Tea Party Caucus, moderated by WYSL’s Bill Nojay.

The event will be held from 12 noon to 2 PM at: Read more »

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Mar 03 2012

Lee Wrights: Stop the Next War Before It Starts

Source: Wrights2012.com

BURNET, Texas – It is becoming increasingly clear to me that President Barack Obama is determined to add to his record as the Nobel Peace Prize winner who has bombed the greatest number of countries. He’ll probably order this action before the November presidential election. It may seem that he’s waffling, but that’s only due to the general ineptitude of his administration. President Obama is too much of a politician to let a good Read more »

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Mar 03 2012

Eliminate tuition, student debt, says Stein as campus protests spread nationally

Source: Jill Stein for President

As tens of thousands of students, faculty, and staff protest today across the country against the corporatization of higher education, Dr. Jill Stein renewed her call for “generational justice” achieved in part by forgiving student debt and ending tuition at public colleges and universities. Stein has promised a Green New Deal for America if elected, including an Economic Bill of Rights that ends “indentured servitude” for college students. Read more »

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Mar 03 2012

INDIANA: Libertarian Saddened That Republican Is Out of Race

Source: Independent Political Report

From a media release by the Rupert for Governor campaign:

For Immediate Release
March 2, 2012
Rupert On Wallace Suspending Campaign

Indianapolis, IN- Rupert Boneham, Libertarian candidate for Governor, today said that he is Read more »

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Mar 03 2012

Scotusblog Chooses Libertarian North Dakota Ballot Access for Its Watch List

Source: Ballot Access News

Scotusblog is the nation’s leading blog for U.S. Supreme Court news. For many years, it has reviewed all cert petitions, and then it chooses “petitions to watch”. This watch list consists of cases that Scotusblog believes have a fair chance to be accepted by the U.S. Supreme Court. On March 2 Scotusblog identified Libertarian Party of North Dakota v Jaeger as the “petition of the day”, and the blog will keep the case on its “petitions to Read more »

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Mar 03 2012

Tennessee Will Appeal Ballot Access Decision

Source: Ballot Access News

On March 2, the Tennessee Attorney General’s office filed a notice, indicating that he expects to appeal the ballot access case to the 6th circuit. The case is Green Party of Tennessee v Hargett. On February 3, the U.S. District Court had held the state’s ballot access law for minor parties to be unconstitutional.

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