News for Greens

Can you believe this is happening in America? – UPDATE

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BREAKING NEWS: We did it!!! While our government has taken billions of our tax dollars to bail out the wealthy, we came together to bail out a desperate mother. Thanks to you, in one day we raised over $30,000 from 650 donors and showered Jocelyne with love and compassion. -Code Pink. Dear Green Party Member, War in Iraq took her son, Wall St. greed is about to take her home. Jocelyne Voltaire hasn’t stopped crying since she received notice that her son was killed in Iraq. “I can’t eat, I…read more

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Ron Paul Press Conference Unifies Third Party and Independent Candidates Around Four Key Positions

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[From American Chronicle] Kevin Zeese, September 10, 2008 “… the process of U.S. presidential elections is as Rep. Paul said a “charade, collusion of the two parties and the media” where they “pretend great differences where there is none” and where neither party really “addresses subjects that are majority positions…” Polls Indicate Non-Duopoly Candidates Could Determine Outcome of the Election Ron Paul held what he described as a “very important” press conference on September 10th in Washington, DC. The event brought four third party and independent candidates “together in unity”…read more

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Love Me I’m A Liberal (2003)

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Love Me, I’m a Liberal (2003) Update to the Phil Ochs song. New lyrics by Evan Greer I trade Internet jokes about Dubya They sure are funny to me. But don’t even think about asking Me to give up my new SUV I don’t know what you mean about oil, I just wish that gas could be free, So love me, love me, love me, I’m a liberal! Well I’ve signed about a thousand petitions, And my golf score is six under par. I keep myself up on the issues…read more

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MAPLight.org Adds New Research Tool to Government Transparency Toolbox

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MAPLight.org, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization illuminating the connection between money and politics, announces its partnership with Congresspedia, a project of the Center for Media and Democracy and the Sunlight Foundation. The partnership combines Congresspedia, the citizens’ encyclopedia on Congress, with MAPLight.org’s Legislator Pages. “In bringing their data together, MAPLight.org and Congresspedia have joined forces to bring an unprecedented level of transparency to the work of Congress, empowering journalists, advocacy groups and citizens with free Web resources to follow the money trail on specific issues they care about in real-time,” said…read more

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