The third Global Greens Congress, meeting in Dakar, Senegal, last weekend, has adopted a statement of support for popular democratic movements around the world, including Arab Spring, the Spanish Indignants, and the Occupy Movement.… Read more ...
Original press release and interesting discussion at Firedoglake: here.
As posted by Green Party member Ian Wilder at onthewilderside, below:
Green Party promotes Green New Deal: real action to curb global warming and end oil addiction, create new jobs in energy conservation, alternate energy development, and public transportation
Green Party leaders strongly criticized President Obama’s recent decisions on the controversial tar sands pipeline and EPA smog regulations, calling his support for the Keystone XL Pipeline and withdrawal of smog standards reckless and dangerous to public health and the environment.… Read more ...
Three Green Party Co-chairs Resign from Steering Committee
Last week three members of the Green Party (US) Steering Committee resigned their positions as co-chairs of the Party days before two of them were to face votes to “Recall” them from office. Craig Thorsen (CA) and Mike Feinstein (CA) were both facing votes to remove them as Steering Committee members based on allegedly removing proposals from the Green Party National Committee’s online voting application without authorization.
On the ninth anniversary of September 11th, 2001, the Green Party of the United States and our state Green Parties reflect on the suffering caused on that day and continue to work to prevent further tragedies resulting from these events.
On August 31, 2010 President Obama addressed the nation on the topic of the War in Iraq. On September 1st, the Green Party of the United States used the occasion to comment, and to request funds, in an e-mail mailing to donors:
Don’t Turn the Page on Iraq – Return the Book
Last night [Tuesday, August 31, 2010], President Obama said that it is “time to turn the page” on the occupation of Iraq.
Disclosure: Ian Wilder is IPR blogger Kimberly Wilder’s husband.
Press Release from the Green Party of Suffolk. November 5, 2009:
Green Party of Suffolk
14 Robin Drive Huntington, NY 11743-4712
Roger Snyder, Chair 631-351-5763
Three Green Party of Suffolk members elected chairs of national committees
The Green Party of Suffolk is proud to announce that its Chair Roger Snyder and Secretary Ian Wilder have been elected to be Co-chairs of the Green Party of the United States (GP-US) Accreditation Committee (AC) and Presidential Campaign Support Committee (PCSC) respectively.