I have been taking a very long time to write about this - like a year. It has been hard to think about how to write about where I am politically. I think I have finally found the words to express myself in this regard. I love politics. I love reading and writing about politics … Continue reading My current political state of affairs
I am posting this message from a Green Party colleague in Arizona in honor of Veteran's Day which was sent to urge people to support the Green Party which is the only political party with a platform that promotes peace:The Green Party is the Peace Party, the one voice in the political array that doesn't … Continue reading Honor Veterans with Peace
This year's Green Party Annual National Meeting is being held in Durham, North Carolina July 23-26.For the first time ever, there will be live stream from the meeting. To access it, just click:Green Party stream National Meeting Activities will include a panel on Single Payer Health Care, screening of a film on mountain top removal, … Continue reading Green Party Annual National Meeting
I will soon be 50. Actually in 13 more days I"ll reach the half century mark. I knew it was coming. I've been anticipating it all year.So now that it is inevitable, I"m celebrating! Here is one way that I am honoring my life on earth for 50 years:I will be celebrating 50 years of … Continue reading Help me celebrate 50 years of living!
The Eco-Action Committee of the Green Party of the United States (which has two representatives from Utah on it) has passed this resolution on Water Protection: RESOLUTION Presenter: EcoAction Committee Contact: Martin Zehr, 415-337-5773, email@example.com Subject: Protecting water is a priority for the Green Party at the national, state and local levels. Background and Purpose: Water … Continue reading Protecting Our Water
Yesterday New Orleans held its elections, delayed as a reult of the effects of Hurricane Gustav. Results of the races can be viewed on The Louisiana Secretary of State's website and also at WWL Radio's website.Green Party member Malik Rahim ran a strong race despite a media blackout on his campaign. Marnie Glickman, Founder and … Continue reading Malik Rahim: The Results
(Reposted from my piece on the Green Pages blog)Yes we are a rich nation; yes we are one of the most powerful nations. But, the greatness of our nation is not in our government—it is in our people. I have seen the essence of that greatness in those who made sacrifices to come down to … Continue reading Hope for New Orleans: Support Malik Rahim December 6th
Over on Green Party Watch, Ron Hardy has posted an piece on his views on "winning".....over 150,000 Americans, of those who even had the opportunity, voted for Cynthia McKinney, despite the lack of coverage, despite the ballot access, and despite the politics of fear.Read more for the comments and weigh in yourself!
Here are excerpts of this article posted at Black Looks:The Green Party Presidential ticket of Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente brings something special and unprecedented to U.S. politics. Not only are they the first all women-of-color ticket for President and Vice President with ballot access in most states. These women take racial justice seriously, and … Continue reading Cynthia McKinney & Rosa Clemente represent the kind of politics we all need to see in our own countr
On the day of the October 30th 3rd Party Debate in Cleveland Ohio, Cynthia McKinney could not attend because she was in Hunstville Texas supporting a family about to have a loved one executed. She offered to participate remotely but did not receive consent from Ralph Nader. McKinney speaks out against the death penalty in … Continue reading Cynthia McKinney Attends Greg Wright’s Execution in Texas