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How The Two-Party System Became An Inescapable Political Reality
More young people than ever identify themselves as politically “independent,” but the United States' two-party system is still going strong. Director Morgan Spurlock explores the pros and cons of our current political system in this episode of "We The Voters."
Here's the Way to Cure the GOP's Trumpococcus Teapartius Infection
Lawyer, opinion journalist and political satirist.
The Donald Trump infection is a relatively new strain of superbug called
. It is highly resistant to antibiotics or reason, so the body politic must rely on its white cells to fight off the infection.
Is the System Unfair to Independent Voters?
If you're not registered either Democrat or Republican, you might be having a tough time voting. So if you're an independent who's been following the campaigns and recently made up your mind -- you're left out.
Pull Up a Chair, Kids
Lester and Charlie
Political satirists and sociial commentators.
And here he is again, declaring that he's two thinks from declaring candidacy and riding to America's rescue. We admit that it's a bit more complicated this time around -- what with Trump or Cruz barreling toward the GOP nom and Bernie bearing down on Hillary hard.
Bernie Sanders: Longterm Democratic Strategy Is 'Pathetic'
Senator Bernie Sanders sits down with Salon to talk inequality, the GOP, and whether or not he'll run for president. Read
Campaigning on the Cheap: An Independent Path Forward
Environmental and social justice advocate
Some think we should let the Democrats and Republicans continue their ruinous policies of selling out the American people to Big Business. I can't in good conscience let that happen, so let me explain why 2014 will be the year we see at least one Independent in the House.
Getting Clear About Voting Independent
Mitchell J. Rabin
Creative Consultant, Holistic coach,, Stress Management Consul...
What matters is having a leader, not a politician, assume political office. And so I suggest that people look to break out of the two-party trance and take on a pro-active role in taking your government back to serve You, your family, your friends, your community.
Americans Elect Makes 2012 Colorado Ballot, Intends To Nominate Independent Presidential Candidate
Unlike other independent parties, Americans Elect relies on the internet to form the basis of its nomination process. Any
America's Other Deficit
General Counsel to IndependentVoting.org
Republican presidential candidates blamed President Obama for the downgrade. In so doing they demonstrated the very hyper partisanship that so concerned the S&P analysts.
Democracy and the Institutions of Democracy
General Counsel to IndependentVoting.org
Significantly, the first institution the pundits call for in Egypt is political parties. But here in America the people are fed up with the role the parties are playing in our democracy.
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My Declaration of Independents
, Guest Writer
I used to imagine the president was playing 11-dimensional political chess with Republicans, a strategy I was too dim to grasp. I've begun to wonder whether his negotiating is his way of dog-whistling to Independents that he's their guy.
An Independent View of the Midterm Elections
Right now, it's very hard for the American people to express themselves. The media has molded politics into a blood sport. Independents are trying to make a statement about all of that.
Move On, MoveOn!
MoveOn.org should "move in" with the progressive wing of the independent movement. Together we can fix our democracy by backing the structural political reforms which give power to the people, not to the parties.
Jason Clark, Colorado Gubernatorial Candidate, Takes Out Craigslist Ad For Running Mate
The posting, listed by independent gubernatorial candidate Jason Clark, mentions surprisingly few qualifications--mainly
Adlai Stevenson III To Pat Quinn: 'If Cohen Were My Running Mate, I Would Go Independent'
Former Sen. Adlai Stevenson III (D-IL), who ran for governor as an independent in 1986 after he was saddled with an unacceptable
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