political parties

The Trump Phenom and Republican sweep have roots that go even deeper than the inaccurate polls. The recent past tells the
The next President of the United States will have the ability to nominate not only one, but up to four, new Justices to the Supreme Court. The rights of LGBTs, women, children, seniors, patients, and immigrants are at stake in this election. Texans, think twice before you head to the polls to register your "protest vote".
5. Elizabeth Warren U.S. Senator, Massachusetts (2013 - present) Thurmond first gained national attention in 1948, when he
Next, we support only "democratically governed great neighborhood public schools." That excludes all schools in cities without
It is true that Americans are more cynical about Washington than ever. To gripe that "the system is rigged" is to utter the catchphrase of the year. But it is important to understand just how little difference such attitudes make here in the nation's capital.
But even the non-affiliated voters mean no mischief, why should they have a say when they do not have enough commitment to
RD: Because John Kennedy is not running, Ronald Reagan is not running, Martin Luther King is not running, or anybody I think
For the parties, affiliation is akin to control. If they can get someone to join their team, it's much easier to influence that person in favor of their candidate and against their opponent.
United States political history (at least its first half century) was punctuated by collapsing party systems. Political parties
Speaking in a southern drawl from Memphis, Tennessee, Darryll Castle, Presidential nominee for the Constitution Party answered my questions.
Powerful and fit like a boxer, 43-year-old Hispanic/Native American Presidential candidate Robert Ornelas uses music to rap
JF: How do you handle that? JF: What three things would you focus on as POTUS? JRM: I've traveled to Mexico and Canada! JRM
I interviewed James Hedges, Prohibition Party candidate for President of the United States to find out why he was running for POTUS.
J: So who does that land belong to? The American Indians? D: Absolutely. J: So are you saying the National Parks are illegally
Disappointed in your "two choices" for President of the United States? Don't like the Tea Party, Green Party, Libertarian Party or any party for that matter? How about voting for a write-in candidate?
Second, the conference must have the support and cooperation of different political stakeholders. Here I mean to say that
The system, especially at the primary level, has been widely declared to be "broken."
There is, of course, nothing in the Constitution that forbids the creation of political parties, and in fact the First Amendment rights of association gives parties the right to make their own rules for how it selects a nominee.
In many respects, the political parties today take the will of the voter under advisement, but party officials are not legally
Does the fact that young people ignore or dislike parties tell us something about youth and their culture, or is this more about the parties and how they have changed?