By Jim Miller
David Curtis, the Green Party candidate for secretary of state, said he will show up at Wednesday’s Sacramento Press Club luncheon debate featuring four of his rivals for the state’s top elections post even though he wasn’t invited.
May Day, celebrated on May 1st every year, is often called the most widely recognized holiday on Earth. It’s celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere, on every continent and among every race and religion. It is International Workers Day. While [read more]
Our monthly open thread. Post news tips about alt parties and independent candidates, discuss any story that should be posted here but has not yet been posted, or even delve into completely off-topic stuff….just avoid quarantined thread subject [read more]
by Paul Bowers
For social liberals in South Carolina, the state Democratic Party can be kind of a letdown. Entrenched in red territory, its current nominee for governor, Vincent Sheheen, won’t even come out in favor of marriage equality.
Enter [read more]
In response to our report “Seattle marches for $15 minimum wage”, reader James T. wrote: “A rich man told me if the [read more]
The Green Party of New York State joined today with other environmental, social and economic justice activists to demand action on climate change by government at all levels.
The Greens are part of the Global Climate Convergence, an international [read more]
There’s a certain je ne sais quoi that Americans have in spades: a we-can-do-anything spirit that makes so many things possible for all of us. We’re rugged individualists, aspirational in nature, and we like to think for [read more]