Jan 08 2013

Fiscal Cliffhanger: A Study in Government Fear Mongering

Source: Libertarian Party (LP.org)

The Libertarian Party Says: Cut Federal Spending Now

An open letter to American voters from Geoffrey J. Neale, Chair, Libertarian National Committee

Dear Voter,

You’re being scammed. Conned. Deceived.

Big Government politicians are trying to whip you into a frenzy of fear over what they like to call the Read more »

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Jan 08 2013

Rocky Anderson to be Interviewed on TV, Evening of January 8, Tuesday, for 30 Minutes

Source: Ballot Access News

Mitchell Jay Rabin will interview Rocky Anderson on the evening of January 8, Tuesday, between 10:30 p.m. eastern time and 11 p.m. eastern time. Viewers in the New York city area can watch on television, and viewers anywhere else can watch on-line at this link, A Better World TV. Possibly Anderson will reveal his thoughts about the future of the Justice Party. As most readers know, Rocky Anderson is a former Mayor of Salt Lake City who founded the Justice Party slightly more than a year Read more »

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Jan 08 2013

Ballot Access Bill Introduced in Wyoming

Source: Ballot Access News

On January 8, two Wyoming legislators introduced HB 96, which makes it easier for a party to remain ballot-qualified. The bill says that when a party meets the vote test, it is then qualified for the next two elections, not just the next election. The sponsors are Representative Kendell Kroeker (R-Evansville) and Senator Cale Case (R-Lander).

This idea is especially relevant to Wyoming, because unlike a majority of states, not every statewide Read more »

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Jan 08 2013

Charlie Cook Reminds Us that Moderate Voters and Independent Voters are Substantially Different Groups of Voters

Source: Ballot Access News

Charlie Cook, famous political analyst, has this column at National Journal, on the difference between independent voters and moderate voters. He highlights what had already been reported, that in the November 2012 election, Mitt Romney carried independent voters by a margin of 50%-45%, with 5% of independents voting for minor party presidential nominees.

But, President Obama carried moderate voters, 56%-41%, with 3% of moderates voting for minor party Read more »

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