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RussiaToday to Broadcast US Presidential Debate


When the dust settles after next week’s third and final debate between US President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney, Americans will be left to choose between just two men to run the country. Unless, of course, they turn to RT.

In response to widespread blackout from both the mainstream media and political establishment alike, RT is honored to be presenting a platform for the major third-party candidates also vying for the White House this election year to debate. The event will be moderated by multi-award winning broadcast journalist Larry King and will be broadcast live from Chicago, Illinois on October 23. RT America and will offer the event live in cooperation with the debate’s organizers, the Free and Equal Elections Foundation.

I HAVE A DRONE: Obama vs Romney RAP-NEWS-16

Juice Rap News - Episode 16: Electile Dysfunction. It's nearing the end of 2012, and the bastion of world democracy (The United States of America) is displaying its free and open process of elections for the world to observe. As is customary every four years, the rigorous selection process has served up a number of philosopher kings and queens from which to choose. But why have so many choices when with a bit of effort you can whittle it down to two candidates and let the people pick from those? Especially when it makes for such scintillating debates. Join Juice Rap News stalwart host Robert Foster as he shares his dreams for the Presidential Debates... and then receives something of a rude awakening.

Lee Camp: Why you don't know a Presidential candidate was arrested

Lee Camp, a rising star comedian who opened for Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala at Monday night's NYC Rally to Occupy the CPD, released this video after Stein and Honkala's arrest at Tuesday's presidential debate in Hempstead, NY.

"A Presidential Candidate was arrested last night AT THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE. And as if that's not insane enough, it's not even news?! Is that the kind of country you want to live in?"

Al Jazeera to air opposition Presidential debate amidst US black-out


  • Gary Johnson (Libertarian)
  • Jill Stein (Green)
  • Virgil Goode (Constitution)
  • Rocky Anderson (Justice)

When: Tuesday, October 23, 2012, 8:00pm CST

Where: University Club of Chicago – Chicago, Illinois

Debate Organizer: Free and Equal Elections Foundation, Larry King to moderate

Media Coverage: The debate will be broadcast live at, and Al Jazeera.

For more information, visit

Stein Debates Johnson on

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.]


Read more to access the livestream of this program

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.

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