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Political notes 3 - 10/31/14

Any vote for Cuomo, whether on the Democratic Party line or the Working Families line, is a vote for his agenda. If Cuomo wins with a large majority he will interpret that as an endorsement of his policies — fracking , austerity for workers and corporate welfare for the rich , attacks on teachers — while he supports charter schools and underfunds public schools ….. 19 more words


Ray 'Skip' Sandman Endorsed By Tribal Elders

We heard of Campaign smear but never thought it would come from one of our own Native people who appears to be trying to speak for all Native people.

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Minnesota Politics

Nookin on Norman

‘Nookin’, a regular at Kiwiblog, has commented on Green co-leader Russel Norman.

Dr Norman seems to be getting a completely free ride with the news media and yet his latest behaviour should really be a major red flag for anybody who considers that he should play any part in a government.

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hunting down the green vote

One of the things I’ve become used to since joining the Green party is the occasional jibe from a Labour party activist. It usually boils down to the fact that by supporting the Greens I will undoubtedly be responsible for the re-election of a right-wing government. 392 more words


Dearey to query Warrenpoint oil spillage's impact on Co Louth coastline

Green Party councillor Mark Dearey is set to call for a full debate on the impact of an oil spillage at Warrenpoint over a week ago on the Louth shoreline of Carlingford Lough. 317 more words

Local News

The Green Party and Libertarians deserve to be loathed

If Republican Bruce Rauner loses the Illinois Governor’s race it is very likely that the Libertarians will bear some of the blame. The State Board of Elections rejected the Green Party candidates’ petition to be included on the ballot while approving the Libertarians’, a move challenged unsuccessfully by the Illinois GOP. 429 more words


Green Party beats Lib Dems in poll, gets rejected from BBC debates

More Britons would vote for the Green Party than the Liberal Democrats, a new YouGov poll has shown. The result has intensified calls for the environmentalist party to be included in TV debates ahead of next year’s general election. 303 more words