Posts tagged: Party for Socialism and Liberation

Mar 07 2013

US Socialist Parties mourn death of Hugo Chavez

Source: Independent Political Report

From The Party for Socialism and Liberation’s Liberation News:

To comrade Nicolás Maduro and the people of Venezuela:

It is with the profoundest sorrow that we in the Party for Socialism and Liberation (U.S.) learn of the death of Comandante President Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías.

Words cannot describe the enormous blow and loss that we, along with the Venezuelan and Cuban masses and the revolutionary peoples of the world, suffer with his passing. Read more »

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Mar 02 2013

Freedom Socialist Party: A political critique of the Party for Socialism and Liberation

Source: Freedom Socialist Party (via Independent Political Report)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) is an activist party that endorses popular struggles in the U.S. and raises the need for international socialist revolution. Their writings stress the fight against racism, sexism, and homophobia, as well as struggles for national self-determination, labor rights, and union militancy.

The PSL program backs up their positions against racism and sexism with support for Read more »

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Feb 03 2013

Freedom Socialist Party Explains its Differences with Party for Socialism and Liberation

Source: Ballot Access News

Five parties with “Socialist” or “Socialism” in their names ran their own presidential candidates in 2012. Generally these parties ignore the existence of the other socialist parties, in their campaign literature, and their periodicals. But the Freedom Socialist Party’s most recent newspaper, the February/March 2013 issue of “Freedom Socialist”, breaks with that tradition, and explains the political differences with the Party for Socialism and Liberation. See this article by Megan Cornish. Read more »

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Oct 22 2012

PSL candidate slams imperialist foreign policy of both candidates

Source: Party for Socialism and Liberation (via Independent Political Report)

Peta Lindsay responds to third presidential debate

As President Obama and Mitt Romney held their final debate tonight, socialist PSL Presidential Candidate Peta Lindsay – who has been excluded from the Presidential Debates – joined a protest outside in Boca Raton, Florida, prior to issuing the following statement on U.S. foreign policy.

Tonight’s debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney proved that the two candidates have far Read more »

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Oct 15 2012

PSL Presidential Candidate Peta Lindsay tours four New England states

Source: Party for Socialism and Liberation (via Independent Political Report)

The Party for Socialism and Liberation’s Presidential Candidate Peta Lindsay is on the New England leg of her tour. Check out the reports and media coverage from the tour below, and make sure to find an upcoming tour event in your area! The next leg of the tour is Oct. 15-21 in Upstate New York, with stops in Albany, Ithaca, Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo.

On October 9, Lindsay spoke by invitation to two Psychology and Law classes at Southern Read more »

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Sep 18 2012

Three Political Parties Placed their Presidential Candidate on the Ballot in States with at Least 25% of the Electoral Vote, but Under 50%

Source: Ballot Access News

By now it is fairly well understood that four presidential candidates will be on the ballot in states containing a majority of the electoral vote: President Obama, Mitt Romney, Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein.

There are also three parties who will be on the ballot for President in states containing at least 25% of the electoral vote, but less than 50%. Virgil Goode’s precise total can’t be known until the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission rules on his petition on September 20, but he will be on in states Read more »

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Sep 14 2012

All Five Independent Presidential Petitions in Rhode Island are Valid

Source: Ballot Access News

The Rhode Island Secretary of State had determined that all five presidential independent petitions submitted this year are valid. The two newly-validated petitions are those for the Party for Socialism and Liberation, and the Justice Party. The Secretary of State had previously said that the Libertarian, Green and Constitution Party petitions are valid.

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Sep 08 2012

Five Petitioning Presidential Candidates Likely to be on Rhode Island Ballot

Source: Ballot Access News

Presidential candidates who submitted petitions in Rhode Island are the nominees of the Constitution, Green, Justice, Libertarian, and Socialism & Liberation Parties. Thanks to Robert McHugh for this information.

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Sep 08 2012

Louisiana Will Have Eleven Presidential Candidates on the Ballot

Source: Ballot Access News

Louisiana will have eleven presidential candidates on the ballot. They are the nominees of the Republican, Democratic, Libertarian, Green, Constitution, Justice, Prohibition Parties; also three Socialist Parties, the Socialist Workers, Socialist Equality, and Party for Socialism and Liberation.

In addition, Louisiana ballots will carry the ticket of Sheila “Samm” Tittle & Matt Turner. Their ballot label is “We the People.” The ticket also petitioned in Mississippi, but it is not known if it attained ballot status Read more »

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Aug 22 2012

Minnesota May Have Eleven Presidential Candidates on the Ballot This Year

Source: Ballot Access News

Nine presidential petitions have been submitted to the Minnesota Secretary of State. If they are all valid, then Minnesota will have eleven presidential candidates on the November ballot. In Minnesota, as in half the states, independent candidates are free to choose a partisan label other than just the word “independent.”

The petitions are for the presidential nominees of these parties: Constitution, Grassroots, Green, Read more »

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