Archive for September, 2007

Imperato Spots Himself Having Dinner!

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Apparently Daniel Imperato spotted himself dining at a restaurant seated next to or near George Clooney. I say ‘spotted himself’ because the following “story” was published by i1connect.com, the Imperato-owned online news agency that deals primarily with Imperato-related news stories. Indeed.

Anyway, Imperato and his wife (the Lady of Zenobia) were dining at a [...]

Ron Paul Re-Introduces Ballot Access Bill in Congress

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

On September 19, Congressman Ron Paul introduced a bill, outlawing restrictive ballot access laws for minor party and independent candidates for the U.S. House. . .

You can read the rest at Ballot Acess News

San Antonio Toll Party

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

The San Antonio Toll Party held a meeting last night. I spoke with regional director Terri Hall and she told me that a couple of dozen people attended the meeting.

As you can tell with all recent legislative efforts, we’re not going to KILL the tolls until we THROW THE BUMS OUT! Come help us [...]

Rock-The-Debates Starts With Simple Mission: Get Candidates on the Record

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Here’s a press release, as written, from RockTheDebates.org.

Website Videos “Tell All” From Straight to Squirmy

St. Louis, MO—Rock-The-Debates has posted video clips of nine presidential candidates on its website (www.rockthedebates.org) responding to the question of whether they would be willing to debate third party and independent candidates in the 2008 general election.

Answers from Hillary Clinton, Rudy [...]

Phillies’ Latest Pitch

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007

I received a letter from the George Phillies campaign. You know, “A Serious Man for Serious Times.”

One letter asks for money. The second letter – almost to-the-T-the-same—doesn’t.

Why is Phillies still in the race? Seriously. Why?

Peroutka endorses Ron Paul

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007

Michael Perouka, the Constitution Party’s candidate for President of the United States in 2004, issued the following statement:

I endorse Rep. Ron Paul for President. And I endorse him not because he is the lesser of two evils. A Christian can never endorse any kind of evil. I endorse Rep. Paul because – from a Christian/Biblical [...]

NVC Recruiting Drive

Monday, September 17th, 2007

The National Veterans Coalition is recruiting…

VETERANS, ONCE MORE YOUR COUNTRY CALLS OUT FOR YOUR HELP!

If you believe most politicians in both major parties have squandered your liberties, you are not alone. Read the following alert – that is the first step, in taking action to avert the crises facing our nation. Time is of the [...]

Three State Reform Parties Sue National Reform Party

Monday, September 17th, 2007

Ballot Access News

On September 14, the state Reform Parties of Texas, Michigan and Florida filed a lawsuit against the national Reform Party, arguing that their expulsion from the national Reform Party in Yuma in November 2005 violated due process. The attorney for the three state parties is Matt Sawyer, who was the Reform Party’s chief [...]

Socialist Workers Party in 3-Person Race for Houston Mayor

Monday, September 17th, 2007

Ballot Access News

Houston, Texas elects its Mayor on November 6, 2007. The race is officially non-partisan. Only three candidates are on the ballot: incumbent William White, Socialist Workers Party candidate Amanda Ulman, and Outlaw Josey Wales IV. Wales’ name seems to be a tribute to the somewhat famous 1976 movie “The Outlaw Josey Wales”.

Paul says he won’t leave the GOP

Monday, September 17th, 2007

Caution! This may disappoint a lot of people here…

Ron Paul says he is no Ross Perot.

The Republican presidential candidate, who is trailing in the polls but has a loyal following, told the Salt Lake County GOP Central Committee Saturday that if he does not get the Republican nod, he will not jump to a third [...]

Alan Keyes Launches Presidential Bid

Saturday, September 15th, 2007

Many within the Constitution Party had been hoping that Alan Keyes would seek their nomination, but it appears that will not be the case. Not yet anyway… we don’t know what will happen if he fails to collect enough delegates to win the GOP nod.

His campaign website and announcement is here.

Keyes will likely draw [...]

Third party coalition fights for ballot access in Oklahoma

Saturday, September 15th, 2007

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ A coalition of small political parties launched an initiative petition Friday to change Oklahoma law and give them easier access to Oklahoma election ballots.

Representatives of the Constitution, Libertarian and Green parties as well as independents said that if ultimately approved at the ballot box, the petition will give Oklahoma voters more [...]

Bryan Greene, Constitution Party of North Carolina candidate for Congress

Friday, September 14th, 2007

In the past few days Bryan Greene submitted documents with the FEC declaring his candidacy to run in the North Carolina’s tenth congressional district against two-term Republican Rep. Patrick T. McHenry, who was re-elected with 60 percent of the vote last year in the heavily Republican-leaning district.

The Constitution Party of North Carolina is backing Greene, [...]

MassResistance Endorses Kevin Thompson

Friday, September 14th, 2007

September 14, 2007 MassResistance, the leading defenders of traditional marriage and the family in Massachusetts, has endorsed Constitution Party candidate Kevin Thompson in the race to fill the empty fifth district congressional seat.

In a letter to supporters, the pro-family group discussed (among other issues) the special election this October and particularly addressed the issue [...]

Sponsor This Site - A Special Deal!!!

Friday, September 14th, 2007

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Alternatively you could sponsor the site for the remainder of the year for only $90… [...]

Frohnmayer Launches Independent Senate Bid

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

John Frohnmayer, former head of the National Endowment for the Arts, has announced that he will seek the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Gordon Smith. He will be the candidate of the newly organized Independent Partyof Oregon.

The family name is familiar to folks in Oregon as his brother Dave served as Oregon State [...]

Kevin Thompson polling at 2 percent

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

A WBZ-TV poll released last night shows that of the 411 likely voters polled, 2 percent supported independent candidate Kurt Hayes, and 2 percent said they would vote for Constitution Party candidate Kevin Thompson, while independent candidate Patrick Murphy got 1 percent. Four percent were undecided. The poll, which was conducted Sept. 7-9 by SurveyUSA, [...]

Barbour Wants to Crack Down on Third Parties

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Gov. Haley Barbour says Mississippi should begin enforcing a state law that requires political parties to do a little leg work before certifying someone as a candidate for office. Under the state law, a political party cannot certify a candidate as its nominee until that person files all of their campaign finance documents with the [...]

McKinney Won’t Seek Green Party Nomination

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney seemed to be working hard to retire her campaign debt so she would be in a position to seek the Green Party’s Presidential nomination. It turns out that she’d rather run for her old seat in Congress.

From Politics1.com…

Controversial former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney spent months attending Green Party events around [...]

John Cosman withdraws in House 111 race

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

GAUTIER —When voters go the polls in November to support their favorite candidate in the State House of Representatives District 111 race, there will be a name missing from the ballot.

John Cosman withdrew from the race Friday after learning he was pursuing office in the wrong district.

“I’ve always voted in Carmel’s district,” Cosman said. “I [...]

Communist Party Reflects on 9/11

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

The latest news from the Community Party says their ideals would be a fitting tribute to those who sacrificed on 9/11 – well, if we did what their ideals teach that is.

(Please keep this post 9/11 Truth free)

Today marks the sixth anniversary of 9/11, a tragic day in the history of our nation.

Today we [...]

New York State Constitution Party officially launches

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

On Sunday, September 9th, New York City area Constitution Party supporters kicked off what will be a year long effort to organize and prepare for the challenge of placing the candidates of the Constitution Party on the ballot in the Empire State. New York State Constitution Party Chairman, Victor Dedaj, welcomed those in [...]

Imperato - An FEC Fine Waiting to Happen

Monday, September 10th, 2007

The Imperato campaign continues to amuse me.

He’s running as a Libertarian… or maybe an independent… or who knows what! And he’s spending millions on his own bid… and consulting world leaders. Right. Whatever.

The campaign has reported taking in $300,000 to date, basically all of it as loans from Imperato. And they [...]

Here we grow again!

Sunday, September 9th, 2007

The IAP does it again!

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The last time I reported the IAP registration was in March. It has taken the Office of the Secretary of State since then to up date the voter lists through August.

In March we had, according to the Secretary of State’s office 45,480 total registered voters and 37,351 Active voters.

An active voter [...]

Greens Choose Chicago for 2008 Convention

Saturday, September 8th, 2007

The Green Party has announced that it will hold its 2008 national nominating convention in Chicago, Illinois.

Delegates from state Green Parties and caucuses in the party’s National Committee completed their vote yesterday, with Chicago taking the lead over Detroit, Minneapolis, and Oakland. Greens from all four cities had submitted proposals for the 2008 convention.

The [...]