Tag Archives: Alan Keyes

Joe Miller Jumping Into Constitution Party Presidential Contest

Joe Miller, Alaska, Constitution Party

Reports from sources inside the Constitution Party report that Joe Miller will be making his entrance into the Constitution Party’s presidential nomination race. His candidacy will begin in earnest sometime in the next few weeks. Informed sources say he will be well received within the Constitution Party.

Joe Miller is perhaps best known for running an insurgent campaign for U.S.… Read more ...

Alan Keyes: High Court on DOMA, Borderline Insane

The following was posted on the Independent American & Constitutional Review on June 28, 2013 by Joshua Fauver. Alan Keyes, a former cabinet official under the Ronald Reagan administration and several-time Republican candidate for office, including president, sought the Constitution Party’s presidential nomination in 2008, coming in second place to Chuck Baldwin, with 24.36% of the vote.Read more ...

Alan Keyes Responds to Supreme Court Decision On DOMA

The following was posted on the Independent American & Constitutional Review on June 27, 2013 by Joshua Fauver. Alan Keyes, a former cabinet official under the Ronald Reagan administration and several-time Republican candidate for office, including president, saught the Constitution Party’s presidential nomination in 2008, coming in second place to Chuck Baldwin, with 24.36% of the vote.Read more ...

Alan Keyes: Faithful Unto Death?

The following was posted on the Independent American & Constitutional Review (IACR) on June 23rd by Joshua Fauver. Alan Keyes, a former cabinet official under the Ronald Reagan administration and several-time Republican candidate for office, including president, saught the Constitution Party’s presidential nomination in 2008, coming in second place to Chuck Baldwin, with 24.36% of the vote.Read more ...

Independent Candidate in Maryland Submits 77,000 Signatures

In Maryland, the number of signatures required for an independent to make the statewide ballot this year was 34,713. One candidate has submitted over 77,000 signatures. A validity rate of just 50% would be enough to guarantee his ballot status.

On June 25, S. Rob Sobhani filed approximately 77,000 signatures in order to be on the ballot as an independent candidate for U.S.

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Alan Keyes Discusses Different Methods of Choosing Electors

Alan Keyes is a former Presidential candidate of the America’s Independent Party, after failing to receive the nomination of the Constitution Party in 2008. Here, he write extensively concerning the methods by which individual states choose their presidential electors.

In the first years of the republic, the different States adopted various methods for choosing the Electors:

Some State legislatures decided to choose the Electors themselves.

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Laurie Roth Encourages RenewAmerica Readers to Help Her Continue Presidential Campaign

Laurie Roth is a talk show host in the Northwest United States who recently campaigned for the Presidential nomination of the Constitution Party in 2012. Roth lost, receiving only a handful of delegates at the Constitution Party National Convention, but has apparently decided to continue her run for President as an Independent.… Read more ...

Randy Stufflebeam Gives His Reasoning for Running for National Chair for the Constitution Party

In an interview with a BlogTalkRadio show host, Aaron Lyles, Randy Stufflebeam gives his reasoning for wanting to run for National Chairman of the Constitution Party.

The full interview can be heard here. As of now, no other candidate has announced as chair. Outgoing chair, Jim Clymer, has not endorsed anyone, either.… Read more ...

Howard Phillips Retires

According to HowardPhillips.com, Howard Phillips retired on January 11 as chairman of the Conservative Caucus, which he founded in 1974.

Howard Phillips, founder of The Conservative Caucus (TCC) and its Chairman since 1974, has resigned, saying that recent health problems required that he “direct my energies on my health, my family life, my spiritual priorities, and my writings.” He affirmed his gratitude “for the opportunities God has given me to work with such fine people and I remain wholeheartedly supportive of the important work and mission of this organization.”

Phillips, now 70, led TCC through successful battles to block ratification of the SALT II Treaty, begin the SDI missile defense program, repeal the Catastrophic Coverage Act, prevent passage of Hillary Clinton’s socialized medicine scheme, and persuade the House of Representatives to impeach President Bill Clinton.

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Alan Keyes Criticizes Republican Presidential Field

Alan Keyes, 2008 Presidential candidate of America’s Independent Party, and himself a contender for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1996, 2000 and 2008, has a column at his blog Loyal to Liberty critiquing the 2012 Republican presidential field. Excerpt:

Back in 2008 we were supposed to believe Mitt Romney’s repeated declarations that he was pro-life and a staunch defender of the God endowed family.

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Alan Keyes Faction of American Independent Party Tentatively Wins Intra-Party Dispute on Procedural Issues

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On March 10, a California Superior Court Judge in Solano County tentatively dismissed the lawsuit King v Robinson on procedural issues. Here is the two-paragraph ruling. This case, or similar cases, have been pending since 2008. They concern the identity of the legitimate state officers of the American Independent Party of California.… Read more ...

California Supreme Court Won’t Hear Keyes v Bowen, on Presidential Qualifications

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On February 2, the California Supreme Court refused to hear Keyes v Bowen, 188724, the case that argued the Secretary of State must investigate whether a presidential candidate meets the qualifications to be president, before listing him or her on the ballot. The case had been brought by (America’s Independent Party Presidential Candidate) Alan Keyes in 2008.… Read more ...