Rev. Greg Seltzer, the national chairman of the Prohibition Party has announced he will seek the party’s 2016 nomination for president at its convention next year. He has asked longtime activist and former Thompson Township, Fulton County, PA Tax Assessor Jim Hedges to be his running mate.
Seltzer is a retired history professor from Maryland who currently works as a Presbyterian Minister. … Read more ...
As of June 22, 38 individuals have filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to run for President of the United States in 2016. Of these, 16 filed as Independent, None, or Other; 13 filed as Republicans; eight filed as Democrats; and one filed as Libertarian.
In addition to that, the Democrats seem to have no more regard for the rule of law as the Republicans … After President Obama took office, one of the first things he said about accountability under the law, particularly for war criminals, was that we should simply look forward and not look backwards … It’s really appalling that anybody in our government would suggest that those who commit these egregious crimes simply be exempt from the application of the law.