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Jill Stein and Emily Rooney Debate Third Party Inclusion
Jill Stein of the Green-Rainbow Party crossed swords with talk show host Emily Rooney, who opposes third party inclusion in debates. This interview [read more]
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Wilkes-Barre Times Leader
Tim Mullen, a registered nurse and retired Army reservist, is making it a three-way race for the state 120th Legislative District seat held by Rep. Phyllis Mundy for two decades.
The Kingston Township [read more]
A group of Valley libertarians took its first step Friday to repeal the food tax adopted this week by the Phoenix City Council.
Don’t Tax Our Food filed paperwork with the City Clerk’s Office to begin fundraising [read more]
Forget David Paterson, Andrew Cuomo and Rick Lazio.
Kristin Davis, the “Manhattan Madam” who allegedly set up the love connections between disgraced former Gov. Eliot Spitzer and call girls, is running for the top seat in Albany with the backing of Roger Stone, a GOP operative with a reputation for outlandish behavior and dirty tricks. The Daily News reported the piece of salacious politics yesterday. At the Libertarian party convention, Davis branded herself as someone who built a multimillion-dollar business from the ground up, the paper reported.
Stone, who has taken credit for tipping off the FBI to Spitzer’s penchant for hookers, told the Daily News’ Rush & Molloy that he may hire some Penthouse Pets, get them notary licenses and have them collect signatures in Grand Central to get Davis on the ballot.
Warren Redlich is also running for the LP nomination for Governor of NY.
In the past, “celebrity” candidates such as Howard Stern and former Massachusetts Governor William Weld have also sought the NY LP gubernatorial nomination. [read more]
At the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
DNA database bill should be deep-sixed
6:00 am February 8, 2010, by Bob Barr
A few years back, I hosted a nationally-syndicated radio program, modestly called “Bob Barr’s Laws of the Universe.” One of the laws most frequently cited during the three [read more]