Oct 31 2012

Chris Hedges: Why I’m Voting Green

Source: TruthDig (via Green Party Watch)

The November election is not a battle between Republicans and Democrats. It is not a battle between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. It is a battle between the corporate state and us. And if we do not immediately engage in this battle we are finished, as climate scientists have made clear. I will defy corporate power in small and large ways. I will invest my energy now solely in acts of resistance, in civil disobedience and in defiance. Those who rebel are our only hope. And for this reason I will vote next Read more »

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Oct 31 2012

“Why NO True Libertarian, NO True Ron Paul Supporter, NO True Tea Partier Will Even Consider Voting For Big Govt. Mitt Romney”

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

True Libertarians, True Ron Paul Supporters, & True Tea Partiers:

  • Vote AGAINST Higher Federal Tax Collections
  • Vote AGAINST Higher Federal Spending
  • Vote AGAINST Higher Federal Debt
  • We ALWAYS Vote AGAINST Candidates Who: Read more »

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    Oct 31 2012

    Why Jill Stein went to the front line of climate crisis

    Source: Jill Stein for President

    In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein was handcuffed and arrested this morning after bringing food and supplies to a coalition of climate justice activists, known as the “Tar Sands Blockade,” who are attempting to stop the Keystone XL pipeline in Texas. She is currently at Wood County Jail awaiting processing.

    “Everyone needs to step up resistance to climate-killing emissions,” said Stein, who was willing to risk Read more »

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    Oct 31 2012

    BREAKING: Jill Stein arrested for supplying Keystone XL blockaders

    Source: Jill Stein for President

    This report is from our friends at the Tar Sands Blockade in Winnsboro, Texas, this just in. A campaign statement is coming shortly.

    ***UPDATE 10:30AM – In Winnsboro, Dr. Jill Stein has been arrested, taken to Wood County Jail, and is awaiting processing. The freelance reporter has been released from detainment without arrest or charge.

    A statement from Dr. Jill Stein: Read more »

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    Oct 31 2012

    Virginia Presidential Poll Asks About All Five Candidates on the Ballot

    Source: Ballot Access News

    On October 31, a Roanoke College Poll was released for the Virginia presidential race. It shows: Romney 49%, Obama 44%, Johnson 2%, Stein 1%, Goode 1%, undecided 5%. Thanks to Craig Marolf for the link.

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    Oct 31 2012

    MI Libertarian Senate Candidate Commissions Poll to Qualify for Debates; Still Denied

    Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

    The campaign of Michigan Libertarian Scotty Boman commissioned a poll by Gravis Marketing that shows he exceeded the 5% threshold traditionally required by sponsors to be included in the state’s U.S. Senate debates.

    The poll puts Boman at 7% in a 3-way match-up with Democratic incumbent Debbie Stabenow at 48% and Republican and former Congressman Pete Hoekstra at 39%. Read more »

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    Oct 31 2012

    Video: “Gov. Gary Johnson debates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney”

    Source: GaryJohnson2012.com



    GARY JOHNSON CAMPAIGN RELEASES “THE DEBATE THAT SHOULD HAVE HAPPENED” VIDEO Read more »

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    Oct 30 2012

    New Gary Johnson Video: “Be the 5 Percent”

    Source: GaryJohnson2012.com



    Two-term Governor, Gary Johnson needs 5 percent of the vote to break the two-party stranglehold. He Read more »

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    Oct 30 2012

    Los Angeles Times Story About Attorneys’ Fees Being Levied Against Opponents of California Top-two Primary

    Source: Ballot Access News

    The Los Angeles Times of October 31 has this story about the award of almost $250,000 against the six individuals who filed a lawsuit in 2010 against two undemocratic aspects of California’s top-two open primary law.

    Click here to read Ballot Access News comments on this article

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    Oct 30 2012

    Honkala describes storm impact on Philly

    Source: Jill Stein for President

    Green Party vice presidential nominee Cheri Honkala arrives back in Philadelphia after two weeks on the campaign trail just in time to witness the impact of Hurricane Sandy on her hometown. Watch it now:



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