So they're not giving up on this third-party idea.
Bill Kristol breaks with Republican orthodoxy and says he'll support Dick Cheney as a third party candidate if Trump wins the nomination.
Oh goodie. Pass the popcorn. The religious right is none too happy now that Willard has lost the presidential election and wanting to push the party even further to the right -- GOP civil war: Herman Cain calls for third party: It’s been less
RT's Anastasia Churkina talks to Occupy activist and war veteran Scott Olsen on the state of affairs in the U.S. today, and the changes that have taken place since the beginning of the Occupy Wall Street movement. "Most likely people are
Who knows what finally made Tom Friedman come around. Maybe it was watching the live stage version of Tod Browning's Freaks -- otherwise known as the 2012 GOP Primary -- for the past year. But he finally stopped writing those "We need a
From this Tuesday morning's Washington Journal on C-SPAN, apparently Bloody Bill Kristol is tired of Republicans having to deal with Ron Paul for his stance in opposition to some of our military interventions and would just be happy if he left the party all together instead of the current crop of GOP candidates having to worry about "being nice to him" during the debates.
On this Sunday's Meet the Press, after being badgered by David Gregory on whether or not he would consider a third party run in the 2012 presidential election or not, Rep. Ron Paul told Gregory it's not something his campaign is concentrating on and
Newstalgia Reference Room with a paid political announcement from Henning Blomen, Candidate for President of the Socialist Labor Party in 1968.
“I have that fire in my belly,” Sarah Palin told Fox this week. Apparently she is locked and loaded to defeat “Obama” for the presidency. Or maybe not. Who knows? How much money is in it? How much money is in not being in it? It is
America's Third Parties (and fourth, and fifth, and so on) are too often seen as the crazy uncle that shows up to the Halloween party and pees in the punch. One hopes they could someday be more than that--they could give our Democracy new hope
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