A press release from the Green Party of Pennsylvania:
Monroeville, PA – On Feb. 21, 2010, the Green Party of Pennsylvania elected
a new Steering Committee for 2010. I.K. Samways and Katrina Brabham of
Pittsburgh were elected as Chair and [read more]
Posted by Morey Straus in LP radicals yahoo group. Reprinted with permission. I added some embedded links. -p
Since people are starting to buy convention packages, I’ve been nudged to get something out there about radical activities at nat con.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been working with the help of some [read more]
By Bob Barr
Americans own nearly 300 million cell phones. These ubiquitous electronic devices are used billions of times every day to make phone calls, place orders, locate destinations, pay bills, text messages, [read more]
By Chuck Baldwin
The major news media was replete with reports over the weekend that the coffee company, Starbucks, “has no problem with customers packing heat while placing their orders.”
“The coffee giant says it won’t [read more]
By Ralph Nader
The twin swelling heads of Empire and Oligarchy are driving our country into an ever-deepening corporate state, wholly incompatible with democracy and the rule of law.
Once again the New York Times offers its readers [read more]
Via LP blog and email:
Dear Friend of Liberty,
I’ve been in Austin, Texas the last few days to attend the Libertarian State Leadership Alliance conference. It was a great event, well-attended by Libertarian activists and state chairs from around the country.
I’d like to share a schedule of some Libertarian Party [read more]
Foreign Policy blogger and political insider David Rothkopf has declared his political independence from Democratic-Republican politics, calling the Democratic and Republican Parties “intellectually bankrupt” and “increasingly irrelevant.” An [read more]
Sent to firstname.lastname@example.org:
GREEN PARTY CONDEMNS HOUSE BILL 6000, CALLS FOR ALL CHICAGO ALDERMEN TO DISAVOW AND REJECT “MACHINE PROTECTION ACT”
On February 23, Democrats advanced House Bill 6000, which would [read more]