In a wide-ranging conversation, Johnson told me that one of his chief concerns is the rise of sharia law around the world and the way he believes it underwrites Islamic terrorism, which he says is a major global problem and a rising threat here in America.
Just when it didn’t seem possible that North Carolina’s election laws could get more restrictive, the Republican majority has come up with a massive bill that would make it even harder for people to vote.… Read more ...
Ralph Nader has run for President of the United States with the Green Party, and more recently as an independent. This message is at the nader.org website, and was also sent out as an e-mail announcement:
By Wayne Allyn Root, Former Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee and Best-Selling Author of “The Conscience of a Libertarian”
It’s funny how life works. Even when I agree with Barack Obama, I am still offended by his Big Brother attitude and Nanny State goon tactics. Obama’s actions remind me of a dictator who thinks he knows better than you or me. … Read more ...
The initiator of this project is “ReTeaParty“, a project of The Political Exploration and Awareness Committee PAC (“PEAC”), a non-partisan group. PEAC’s web site states that they are “a political action committee that campaigns on behalf of issues, candidates, and potential candidates that promote honesty and Constitutional leadership.”
from the ReTea Party.com website: ReTeaParty.com Coordinates With Free and Equal
ReTeaParty.com announces that FreeandEqual.org will be joining us in our fight to coordinate a nationwide protest on July 4, 2009.
In perhaps the most desperate sounding e-mail solicitation yet this election cycle, third party Libertarian candidate Bob Barrâ€™s campaign manager sent out a plea today to supporters to raise $15,000 each day this weekâ€”or else.
Under the subject line, â€œHave I said or done something to offend you?â€ Russ Verney writes, â€œYou see, I have to report that unless we receive and immediate cash infusion of $85,000, our progress will stop dead in its tracks.