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Presidential candidate Rocky Anderson says, “It is time to allow farmers to grow industrial hemp in the United States. There is a huge market for textiles, paper, high protein food, clean burning diesel fuel and biodegradable plastics that industrial hemp farmers could produce using less water than cotton, needing no pesticides or herbicides for growing this ‘green’ alternative product.” Continue reading
No way, no how, under no circumstances, no matter what happens, will I ever vote for Newt Gingrich for President. Continue reading
Jill Stein says, “We are in crisis, and the top one percent is rolling in dough more than ever, and our elected officials who got us into this mess, the establishment political parties, are not only not fixing it, they are making it worse by imposing austerity on the people of America while at the same time they’re throwing trillions of dollars into wars, Wall Street, and tax breaks for the wealthy who don’t need it.” Continue reading
As Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich self destruct, it’s time to focus on opposition to Mitt Romney. For that purpose, we have added new buttons to make our anti-Romney collection of political pins even larger. Continue reading
Democrats don’t have to meekly accept the re-election of Barack Obama. Democrats with a conscience will vote for Darcy Richardson instead, and wear this Darcy Richardson for President campaign button as a show that a flicker of democracy remains alive within the Democratic Party. Continue reading
All it took for Mitt Romney to win the Republican nomination was for Romney to reverse course on global warming, denying the evident scientific fact that human activities are to blame for climate change. Oh, and Romney had to promise that he’d try to start a war or two if made President. Also, Romney had to disavow his previous work on health care reform, and he had to pledge to deny equal constitutional rights to gays and lesbians. Continue reading
New Hampshire voters may not agree about everything, but they do understand that the kind of wild, uneducated, emotionally unstable presence offered by Rick Santorum is profoundly wrong for the White House. Yet, there is no New Hampshire Against Santorum organization. Santorum’s presidential campaign simply came on too quickly to be prepared for. Continue reading
Gingrich admitted that he’s hired campaign workers who committed fraud in order to puff up his ballot access signatures, and now is saying that there’s some weird kind of conspiracy out to get him, which he refers to as “The Liberal Republican Establishment Continue reading
Imagine the Justice Party running Rocky Anderson for President and Jill Stein for Vice President, at the same time that the Green Party runs Jill Stein for President and Rocky Anderson for Vice President. As far as I’m aware, such an arrangement would be historically unprecedented. Continue reading
Jill Stein entered the crowd, not as a grandstanding politician, but simply as another citizen, and stood there as a witness to the First Amendment right to peaceful protest. A philosophy of nonviolence distinguishes Stein from the other 2012 presidential candidates. The other candidates, including Barack Obama, have promoted the rush to war, before nonviolent solutions could be considered. Continue reading