LITTLE ROCK — For the second time, the House Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs voted down a bill today aimed at heightening the profile of third-party and independent political candidates.
As an interesting beginning to a possible run for U.S. Senate, political activist and comedian Randy Credico showed up at at a senate meeting in the New York Capital in a toga and sandles. The Huffington Post described the scene:
Credico who dressed as the ancient Greek Philosopher Diogenes, rudely interrupted a Senate committee meeting in the State Capital…wearing a face mask of an old man with a very long white beard, Credico walked the room back and forth while holding a lit lantern.
An email was just sent out reporting upon the speakers at the next Constitution Party National Committee meeting, to be held in Newark, New Jersey on June 11-13th. Amongst the many speakers are former US Representative from Virginia, Virgil Goode, bestselling author Jerome Corsi, New Hampshire state representative Dan Itse, former president of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association Jim Panyard, and famed Jewish Orthodox Rabbi Yehuda Levin.… Read more ...
We reported recently on a controversy involving a Missouri agency which released a report on the modern militia movement, citing followers of Ron Paul, Bob Barr, and Chuck Baldwin as possible militia members.
While I have a policy of only linking to respectable sources, like major news outlets or scholars, I am going to link to Alex Jones’ InfoWars for the sake of linking the scans of the letter, which I consider to be an important development in this story.… Read more ...
The Libertarian Party, Green Party, and Nebraska Party (Nebraska affiliate of the Constitution Party) are no longer recognized in Nebraska, after their candidates for US Senate failed to gain more than five percent of the vote. Members of these parties will be mailed, saying their registration is changed to nonpartisan.