Archive for June, 2007

AIP State Chairman endorses the Minutemen Civil Defense Corp’s MARCH FOR AMERICA

Friday, June 8th, 2007

Sacramento, CA - Edward C. Noonan, the State Party Chairman for the American Independent Party has announced that he endorses and plans to participate in the California portion of the March for America which is scheduled to be held in Sacramento, California on June 16th, beginning at 10:00am and continuing until 3:00pm.

The location of the [...]


Thursday, June 7th, 2007

Wayne Allyn Root should be the Libertarian nominee in 2008. He’s now on MySpace. Add him.

And I’ll be hosting Libertarian Politics Live tonight - filling in for Eric Dondero—so listen in on that one (9:30 p.m. CST).

Constitution Party of Texas Convention

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

Our 2007 State Conference will be held at Washington On The Brazos, TX

Speakers in order:
Tom Selgas - inventor, author and speaker, paralegal
Alfred Adask - political activist, author, radio host, publisher
Devvy Kidd - columnist, author, former Congressional candidate
Dr. Jerome Corsi - author, columnist, professor

The link to the State Park site is here. To view a [...]

Republicans: the 81-percent exodus

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

by Tom Kovach

It seems that President George W. Bush is working hard to help the Constitution Party these days, much as President Bill Clinton drove voters to the Republican Party in record numbers back in 1994.

In the wake of Friday’s report about the Republican revolt over immigration, a companion WorldNetDaily poll shows some noteworthy results. [...]

Alan Keyes Poised to Enter GOP Race

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

I’ve heard a lot of talk about Alan Keyes as a potential Presidential candidate for the Constitution Party. Well, maybe not quite yet.

Keyes’ organization RenewAmerica just sent out an email plugging a new “independent” group called “We Need Alan Keyes for President” that’s urging Keyes to run. I say “independent” because the group’s [...]

Bryan Malatesta: Weak Men Make Weak Decisions

Wednesday, June 6th, 2007

At, Constitution Party presidential candidate and Constitution Party of Texas chairman Bryan Maletesta advertised their upcoming state convention on June 9th, writing:

Weak men make weak nations. Weak men make weak decisions. Weak men allow others to Rule and to Reign over them. We don’t need weak men! . . . New World Order implemented [...]

The Imperato News Network

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

I’ve been getting absolutely bombarded with these insane press releases from the Imperato campaign. Not less than 6 or 7 of them within the last week!

I wouldn’t mind so much, but some of it is just so out of this work that I can’t imagine why he’s bothering to write and distribute them at [...]

Randy Stufflebeam announces candidacy for state representative in Illinois

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Randy Stufflebeam, current chairman of the Constitution Party of Illinois and former gubernatorial candidate, appeared last night on Ben Miller’s This Is Politics show. During the show Randy announced that he is running for state representative in the 114th District. He also covered a variety of other topics, describing the actions of Michael [...]

Barletta’s fight is their fight

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Hagen Smith, chairman of the Constitution Party of Pennsylvania, said some public officials “bring illegals here so they gain more power.”

“I recommend you get out to the two major parties and start showing these public officials that we are boss and we will put them out of office and we will enforce the Constitution on [...]

Constitution Party of West Virginia ballot access update

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

A few days ago I posted an article from the Register-Herald in which reporter Mannix Porterfield described Butch Paugh as “the first member of the national party to get on the ballot” in West Virginia.

The Constitution Party of West Virginia recently sent out the following email to members:

As most of you know, we need to [...]

Ron Paul discusses third parties on the Daily Show

Tuesday, June 5th, 2007

Last night Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul appeared on John Stewart’s Daily Show. You can watch here. Third parties were among the subjects discussed. The following is not a verbatim transcript, just my paraphrase for those who can’t access the video:

“I ran in 1988 as a Libertarian but I have served [...]

CPTX: Gov. Perry Attends Bilderberger Gathering

Monday, June 4th, 2007

The Constitution Party of Texas is criticizing the attendance of Gov. Rick Perry at this year’s “secretive” Bilderberger Conference meeting in Turkey. The newsletter/press release is available here.

Constitution Party Gains a Mayor

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Just recieved this alert via email… sounds quite promising!

Mayor Tom Eschenberg, of Malabar (Brevard County), Florida was elected mayor in 2004 to a non-partisan office. His term expires 2008. This past May, 2007, he joined the Constitution Party of Florida. Mayor Eschenberg is believed to be the first elected official in [...]

Allen Hacker: Closing out Badnarik Campaign

Friday, June 1st, 2007

Closing out the Badnarik Campaign

(Sorry that you got this twice, the formatting failed in the original!)

Well, folks, it is almost over.

With a little negotiation and adjustments to be done, some re-filing of FEC reports, the last bills paid, and only a few thousand more in contributions to make that happen, I will be able to [...]

Third party? Extremely possible

Friday, June 1st, 2007

I thought this was a article worth noting, though it mainly addresses the major-party candidates.

Here’s a excerpt-

Party allegiance has hit its lowest tide since the birth of scientific polling. As many as a third of American voters now call themselves “independent.” Although most still tend to vote for one party’s ticket or the other, many [...]

Independence Party endorses Dempsey

Friday, June 1st, 2007

The Cayuga County Independence Party endorsed Auburn City Councilor David Dempsey’s mayoral bid over incumbent Mayor Tim Lattimore during its candidate’s endorsement meeting Wednesday.

The endorsement of Dempsey over Lattimore was a closely divided one, reported Frederick Farrell, the secretary for the party. “It was kind of a close decision,” Farrell said.

Despite some misgivings about Dempsey’s [...]

Potential opponents for Gillibrand mount after only five months

Friday, June 1st, 2007

LAKE PLACID — With just five months in office under her belt, Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand, D — Hudson, already has a fight on her hands for 2008. There’s been no shortage of names thrown in the hat regarding who she’ll face in order to retain her 20th Congressional District seat a year-and-a-half from [...]

Register-Herald article on Butch Paugh for West Virginia Governor

Friday, June 1st, 2007

Butch Paugh remembers the time one could buy a dozen hot dogs for a buck.

Now, the same dollar barely fetches a cup of coffee, minus the dog.

“I could still buy 12 for a dollar if I had a silver dollar,” Paugh said Thursday. “They’re worth 12 paper dollars.”

Which is one reason why the Nettie pastor [...]

LibertyMix Controversy…

Friday, June 1st, 2007

I just got this link sent to me anonymously via email…

Kind of harsh criticism… and I think the focus on Stephen Gordon is wrong. He hasn’t been involved in the project, as far as I’m aware, for quite a long time. As for Stephen VanDyke, well… it was probably a mistake to announce [...]