Grassroots supporters of Howie Hawkins’ Green Party campaign for Governor of New York are holding an online “money bloom” today, Friday 22 October, with the goal of raising $10,000 for voter outreach.
|By: daveschwab Friday October 22, 2010 9:07 am|
|By: dakine01 Sunday October 3, 2010 11:06 am|
Discussion of the virtually extinct species once known as Rockefeller Republicans – those individuals known for being liberal on many social issues but conservative on economic issues.
|By: daveschwab Wednesday September 29, 2010 4:08 am|
New York Green Party gubernatorial candidate Howie Hawkins put out a release Sept. 28th that covered the NY governor’s race and his Green New Deal proposal as well as the Middle East resource wars, the FBI raids on peace activists, and the One Nation Working Together rally.
|By: BarbaraCoombsLee Monday September 27, 2010 2:34 pm|
“There’s nothing more we can do.” For too long, for too many, medical professionals have used these words when they believe they cannot cure their patients. Facing, as each of us must, the nearness of death, terminally ill patients too often speak of abandonment by their doctors.
|By: Villager Wednesday September 15, 2010 2:50 pm|
Can any of y’all explain it to me?
|By: inoljt Friday September 10, 2010 7:48 pm|
This is the first part of a series of posts analyzing competitive Senate elections in blue states. The first part, which analyzes Illinois can be found here.
Out of the three heavily Democratic states being analyzed, Republicans probably have the least chance of winning New York. A serious Republican challenger to Senator Kristen Gillibrand has yet to emerge. Moreover, Ms. Gillibrand has proven an adept politician willing to campaign hard.
Nevertheless, in a bad national environment with low name recognition, victory for Democrats is not assured. Under the right circumstances (perhaps a Gillibrand scandal), Republicans may be able to pull off a shocker.
|By: Cliff Weathers Monday September 6, 2010 1:39 pm|
A hotly contested State Senate race in New York demonstrates that the Republicans still don’t have an economic development plan on any level. The contrast is stark in New York as the Democrat upstart for State Senate talks job creation while his Republican opponent seems to care more about giving six-figure patronage jobs to cronies.
|By: SumofChange Tuesday August 31, 2010 1:05 pm|
We get surrounded by teabaggers at Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally in DC.
|By: Cliff Weathers Saturday August 28, 2010 7:52 am|
Notaries for Republican congressional candidate Nan Hayworth’s campaign responded to Congressman John Hall’s complaints that they engaged in notarial fraud by admitting that they did not work within the limits of the law when carrying petitions.
|By: tadstahnke Friday August 27, 2010 9:22 am|
When President George W. Bush said those words to mark 2002’s Eid al-Fitr, I agreed with him. I still do. But as the controversy surrounding the plan to build a mosque in Lower Manhattan continues to intensify along political and religious lines, our national discussion increasingly points the way to a much dimmer future.