Last Wednesday, Baldwin, a Baptist minister from Pensacola, Fla., preached restrictionist policies to a receptive crowd at a California Coalition for Immigration Reform (CCIR) meeting in Garden Grove. In 1994, the Huntington Beach-based coalition sponsored Prop. 187, a ballot initiative that would have denied illegal immigrants health care, social services and public education. The initiative passed but was overturned by a federal court.
Curiously, although the Gun Owners of America takes a much more hardcore position on the gun issue which is far more in line with the LP platform (yes, even after Portland and Denver), this press release quotes the much more milquetoastish, reliable [read more]
I worked with Steve Kubby on his recent campaign for the LP Presidential and Vice Presidential nominations. Although we did not win, we came close to getting the VP nomination. In this letter to supporters, Steve talks about how far he has come and what [read more]
FROM THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY:
We worked with Rich Heller on the DC LP ballot access drive in 2004. He stepped in and paid us, and also personally petitioned with us, after the DC LP had no one else up to the [read more]
The Democrats have been known for doing this all over the country. Mostly because they are not doing anything to serve the constituencies and interest groups they claim to represent. I’ve been toying with the idea of starting Democrats Against Democracy [read more]
Richard Winger has just reported that because of a strange quirk in Illinois election laws, the Constitution Party and New Party have both qualified to be on the ballot. Neither submitted enough petitions to actually achieve this, but no one challenged their [read more]
Green Party candidate for U.S. Congress in Illinois’ 5th district, Alan Augustson, thinks that the only viable solutions to global warming involve “curbing our lifestyle.” He equates technology-based climate-change solutions with the idea of mating one’s way to [read more]
Barr says a GOP senator recently asked him to drop out of the presidential race.
The Barr campaign hopes to raise $40-45 million.
Preston on Politics: Barr says heâ€™s no Nader
Bob Barr was once a loyal soldier in the Republican Party â€“Â a lawmaker GOP leaders could count on to return home each weekend and echo [...] [read more]