Archive for January, 2007

A Two Party System of Slavery Governs Our Voting Choices

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007

Retired sheriff Jim Schwiesow has a column at NewsWithViews.com concerning a recent WorldNetDaily poll on who the Constitution Party should nominate for President:

A list of names was presented, which included the following patriotic Americans:

1. Tom Tancredo
2. Ron Paul
3. Alan Keyes
4. Jim Gilchrist
5. Jerome Corsi
6. Howard Phillips
7. Chuck Baldwin

. . . Nearly forty percent of [...]

Pennsylvania article on Constitution, Green parties, proportional representation

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007

“Parties embody a larger philosophy, which survives any one leader or any one election,” [Penn State professor] Woessner said, using Roosevelt’s Bull Moose Party as an example. “Unless the constitution was amended creating proportional representation, I predict no third party will ever survive for any length of time in America.”

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Happy New Year!

Monday, January 1st, 2007

A wonderful Happy New Year to all of Third Party Watch’s readers!

Thanks for helping to make 2006 such a great year… and we’ve got even more planned for 2007!