Posted by Donny Ferguson at LP.org. Reposted to IPR by Paulie.
Did you hear? Obama’s cutting the budget!
Unfortunately, it’s only $100 million, which comes out to 0.0027 percent of the $3.6 trillion [read more]
Green Party Watch has started a new series profiling all the state Green Parties. In the first post in the series, Gregg Jocoy writes
Please do not assume that what is written here is complete or even fair, as I will have to depend on what Greens I can find in each state along the way. There is no set time table for these reports so don’t be upset if the state you are most interested in doesn’t get covered as fast as you might like.
The first state profiled is Alabama, with the following report: [read more]
Posted by Tom Knapp at Kn@ppster. Reposted to IPR by Paulie.
The Missouri Libertarian Party held its 2009 state convention on Saturday in Jefferson City — a nicely done event with 40-50 attendees and topical breakout sessions and talks with LP leaders including Mark Rutherford of ATLAS PAC, [read more]
Emailed to email@example.com:
Bailouts Make Obama “the Boss of Bosses.”
Government Ponzi scheme now more powerful than the Mafia or Bernie Madoff.
By Wayne Allyn Root, 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential [read more]
In an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, IPR and Green Party Watch writer and Green Party Watch Radio host Gregg Jocoy has offered an open invitation to Michael Cavlan and other critics who have left the Green Party to make their case on [read more]
Benzie Johnson, a former write-in candidate for mayor of Albany, has announced his candidacy for mayor, and intends on running as an independent or third-party candidate. He said, “The residents need more choice than just two parties.”
You can read [read more]
Posted at Green Party Watch by Gregg Jocoy. Reposted to IPR by Paulie.
In an article at American Chronicle titled The Preacher and the Billionaire – the Battle for New York’s soul, the author argues that Rev. Billy Talen will use the freedom that comes from perceived weakness to reach out one-on-one and one neighborhood at a time in his effort to unseat billionaire [read more]
In Springfield, Missouri, the Greene County Libertarian Party is questioning Springfield City Utillities’ possible use of eminent domain laws, to aquire land for a new bus transfer station.
Keith Rodgers, the party chairman, said that there are proper [read more]