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Angry Voters and the Two-Party Betrayal: Trump/Sanders

Interesting thing: This presidential elections are showing without a doubt that the most important element dividing the 99% is the two-party system.

When you look at the two ‘outsiders’ in the primaries, Trump and Sanders, you can see that their respective supporters are complaining about the same problems: the proposed solutions is what  separates them…and the degree of racism and of lack of class-identification. 699 more words

2016 Elections

The School of Hard Knocks, Part 1

BACK in February of 2012 I was working on a consulting engagement with a long daily commute, which gives you a lot of time for thinking. 647 more words

2012 Election

Lessons from North Sydney for minor players

27 December 2015

Both sides of politics have much to think about as a new year dawns.  With a Federal election coming next year, the Turnbull Coalition Government looks assured of victory, with the Opposition looking unelectable, at least as far as opinion polls go.   867 more words

Can 'Independents' get into Parliament?

West Hill or Westminster? An Independent’s Quest by Philip Algar, £9.99 from the author at Devon House, West Hill, Ottery St. Mary EX11 1UY.  375 more words

Our MP

Greening Your City and State, Starting This Election

Duty to Warn

 Gary G. Kohls, MD

Consider Voting for Candidates who are Listening to Bernie Sanders and Adhering to Green Party Ethical Values

“Those who take oaths to politically powerful secret societies cannot be depended on for loyalty to a democratic republic.” … 1,979 more words


Faces of GE2015: The Independents

And so the nomination process has begun ahead of nomination day next Tuesday. Several political parties have already gone ahead to collect their nomination forms, including the Workers’ Party, Singapore Democratic Party, National Solidarity Party, Democratic Progressive Party and the Reform Party. 661 more words


Berlin Connecticut needs candidates from a third political party to stop the strict partisan voting on the Town Council

There are approximately 5,000 unaffiliated registered voters in Berlin, Connecticut in comparison to approximately 4,000 Democratic voters and 3,000 Republican voters. There must be reasons why voters did not register with either of the two major political parties. 449 more words

Connecticut Politics