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Stein Debates Johnson on IVN.us

The independent Voter Network hosted an online debate with Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party nominee for President of the United States and Governor Gary Johnson, Presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party.

 

What Happened to South Africa's Freedom Charter

 

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Getting the Whole Debate

Wednesday, October 17. 8–10 a.m. EDT: DemocracyNow's "Expanding the Debate" series continues with highlights from the second presidential debate. Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Justice Party nominee Rocky Anderson, and Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode offered responses to the questions asked of President Obama and Mitt Romney. [Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson invited.]

 

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The 2012 Debates - Memorandum of Understanding Between the Obama and Romney Campaigns

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Greens Ask Support for Striking Workers - Wave of Wildcat Strikes Sweeping South Africa

"The events rapidly unfolding in the Republic of South Africa are of sufficient scale that they threaten many of the governing institutions of that young nation," said Hugh Esco, a former Secretary of the Georgia Green Party, who twice ran for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia.  "The SAYRO office has become a vital center for organizing among the workers whose strikes have crossed industrial sectors and which is challenging the ANC-led governing regime. This struggle demands the support of Greens and all committed to justice."

An appeal letter initiated by Georgia Greens has since been joined by three Green Party nominees for President of the United States, including 2004 candidate David Cobb of California, 2008 candidate Cynthia McKinney of Georgia and the Party's current Presidential standard-bearer, Jill Stein of Massachusettes.  Also cosigning the letter are Justine McCabe, a cochair of the International Committee of the Green Party of the Unites States and Greg Gerritt, chair of the GPotUS IC's subcommittee on Africa.

Daily Maverick: Marikana prequel: NUM and the murders that started it all

Jared Sacks -- October 12, 2012

Forbes Magazine: Peter Reilly Interviews Jill Stein

Follow the link for the first in a series of articles authored by the interviewer on Dr. Stein and her bid to serve as our Organizer-in-Chief in the nation's White House.

Solidarity for Striking Workers of Azania

This is an appeal for action, seeking cosigners to this sign-on letter (see form below) and contributions as described below.  Thank you for your consideration.

 


 

NPR's All Things Considered: Stein Debates Johnson on the Issues

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RAZ: And to this day, try getting a third-party candidate into a debate and, well, it's practically impossible. The Commission on Presidential Debates says to be included, you have to poll 15 percent with voters, which is why George Farah, the founder of Open Debates - that's a group that wants the system reformed - it's why he thinks the commission is the main problem.
 
GEORGE FARAH: And this commission exists for the principal purpose of protecting and strengthening the two parties. And every four years, they allow the candidates, the major party candidates, to negotiate agreements that dictate many of the terms of the debates, including the exclusion of popular third-party voices.
 
RAZ: So given that the two major party candidates had 90 minutes and at least 50 million viewers on Wednesday night, we decided to invite two of the third-party candidates to an NPR debate. That's our cover story: the NPR third-party candidate debates. So cue the music.

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