To Sen. Sanders: We Cannot Begin From A Position Of Compromise

At the start of the August congressional recess, Senator Bernie Sanders announced that he will introduce a senate bill this September “to expand Medicare to cover all Americans.” Since the election, the movement for improved Medicare for all, has been urging Sanders… Continue Reading →

US Provides Military Assistance to 73 Percent of World’s Dictatorships

For decades, the American people have been repeatedly told by their government and corporate-run media that acts of war ordered by their president have been largely motivated by the need to counter acts of aggression or oppression by “evil dictators.”… Continue Reading →

Grassroots Pressure is Responsible For Bernie Sanders Single Payer Bill

Dr. Margaret Flowers, the Maryland Green Party’s 2016 candidate for US Senate says that Medicare For All is coming. She explains some areas where the Sanders Medicare For All bill falls short compared to the House version, HR 676. The… Continue Reading →

Where Are the Brave Military Voices Against Forever War?

Today, my peers are silent. By Maj. Danny Sjursen Iraq War veteran Mike Prysner is arrested by U.S. Capitol Police during a 2007 protest. Credit:/CreativeCommons/DannyHammontree But they’ve been taught the way to do it Like Christian soldiers; not with haste… Continue Reading →

Let’s Build a Party

The Georgia Green Party intends to build a democratic membership based organization with the capacity to contest in our communities, state and nation for the political power necessary to implement a Green vision for a just, peaceful and sustainable future… Continue Reading →

Universal Basic Income: A Good Idea? Or a Right Wing Trojan Horse?

Adam Proctor, host of the Dead Pundit Society podcast examines the real calculations behind the Silicon valley billionaires and libertarians pushing a Universal Basic Income. Turns out that some of them want to substitute a meager UBI for actual wage… Continue Reading →

Dekalb County GP Meeting Features Presentation on Universal Basic Income

What about a guaranteed income floor for everybody, with no work requirement tied to it?  If this sounds like pie in the sky when you die, think again. The Canadian province of Ontario already has a guaranteed basic income pilot… Continue Reading →

A Lot of What You Know About Korea is Racist Nonsense

Pyongyang is not crazy by ANDREW DOBBS Check out our follow up piece here. Less than three months into Pres. Donald Trump’s reign we can already say that there is a non-trivial chance that the United States will soon be engaged… Continue Reading →

Georgia Is Choking on Chemicals; Greens Demand Pure, Sustainable Living

By Rachel Gray, Cobb Greens & Friends Georgia Greens March Against Unethical, Anti-Science Experiments on Food Supply, Ecosystems and Public Health It is no longer enough for nature enthusiasts, activities and scientists to be environmentally friendly. Our Green-focused families, sustainable… Continue Reading →

A Green Revolution to End Corporate Welfare & Raise Wages in Georgia

By Rachel Gray, Cobb Greens & Friends It might shock some Georgians to learn that they live, work and pay taxes in a country where the top 1% of our national citizenry owns almost 40% of the country’s wealth. Unlike these… Continue Reading →

Georgia Greens Ask Tough Questions at Capitol

Members of the Georgia Green Party, from Savannah to Atlanta, gathered at the Capitol Building, alongside Common Cause Georgia as part of Citizen’s Lobby Day. People from all walks of life joined together for one common purpose — to fix the… Continue Reading →

You Can’t Drink Oil; Georgia Greens Thirsty for Clean Energy

By Rachel Gray, Cobb Greens & Friends Different administration, same poison. That’s the overwhelming feeling many environmental activists and Green Party progressives are facing as they once again hit the streets to fight against a president’s pro-business (at any cost) policy… Continue Reading →

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