Article and Photo by Kevin Gosztola On February 23, 2009, the 5th District of Illinois held al candidates’ forum which … Continue reading Homestretch for Illinois Congressional Seat Election
The Irish Green Party launched a video contest on YouTube, hoping to utilize the social network to build a stable … Continue reading Irish Green Party Holds YouTube Video Competition – Where’s the Beef?
AR Rep. Carroll introduced a bill to remove the language from the state’s Constitution which prohibits a declared atheist from holding public office or testifying as a witness. Continue reading AR Rep Carroll Attempts to Take God Out of Politics
This year, we have seen at least two unlikely political newcomers attempt to enter their respective Black Caucuses. An attempt to enter a den created to protect the voting rights and issues of Blacks from political outsiders sounds almost comical, or naive at best. However, it is indicative of a more important trend, one that can lead to a better understanding between a community and its representative. Continue reading Breaking through the Black Ceiling
January 10, 2009 The Green Party of Texas mourns the tragic loss of Bill Holloway. Bill was a dedicated leader … Continue reading Green Party Mourns the Loss of Texas Organizer Bill Holloway
Cynthia McKinney, Green Party Presidential Candidate, extended her congratulations to the President-Elect, but extended the challenge to her progressive audience … Continue reading McKinney Says Time is Out for Special Interests – Election of Obama a Great Opportunity
This debate was the second of four gubernatorial debates held in West Virginia last week between incumbent Governor Joe Manchin, … Continue reading West Virginia Gubernatorial Debate 2 0f 4 Held in Bedroom Community – Protesters Greet Candidates