Nicholas Ruiz III to appear on IPR Radio today at 8 PM EST

The Green Party’s candidate for Congress in Florida’s 24th congressional district will join us on IPR Radio today at 8 PM EST.  His name is Nicholas Ruiz III, he is a write-in candidate, and his bio from his website is as follows:

Dr. Ruiz was born in New York City in 1970 and lives in New Smyrna
Beach, FL, USA. He is the author of
America in Absentia (2008),
Integral Reality (with Robert Hassan, forthcoming, 2010) and The
Metaphysics of Capital
, (2006).  He is also the editor of Kritikos.

You can call in at 1-646-200-0264 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              1-646-200-0264      end_of_the_skype_highlighting, ask questions in the comments here, or use the live chat during the show.

5 thoughts on “Nicholas Ruiz III to appear on IPR Radio today at 8 PM EST

  1. Green Party Conservative

    Ross,

    You’re doing great work. Thank you for all the effort.

    Look forward to this show.

    The Dr. is an impressive Green Party candidate.

    Is he advocating the Green New Deal:
    More Rail, High Speed Rail, Solar, Wind, Geothermal power. Green jobs. Rebuilding America’s infrastructure.

    Look forward to him telling us about his book.

    Is he working with Daniel Imperato, the former Green Party Presidential candidate 2008, who is on the ballot as an Independent Green for Governor?

  2. Ross Levin

    Is he an Independent Green candidate? I know the Greens aren’t supporting him…

  3. paulie

    Is he working with Daniel Imperato, the former Green Party Presidential candidate 2008, who is on the ballot as an Independent Green for Governor?

    Imperato ran for the Green nomination too? I did know that. I saw him at Libertarian state conventions and national convention as he was running for the Libertarian nomination. I did not see him at the Green national convention in Chicago, which I attended that same year. Nor do I remember anyone saying he ran for the Green nomination. Your comment makes it sound like he was the nominee, which of course he wasn’t. He got one delagate vote at the LP convention, which I heard may have been paid for, and I don’t think he got any delegate votes at all at the Green convention.

    He is in fact on the ballot in Florida now – it is one of the easiest states to get on the ballot – as an independent, not as an Independent Green or any other kind of Green.

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