Archive for the 'Campaign 2008' Category

Some Old Ron Paul Interviews from 1988

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

Ron Paul being interviewed as the Libertarian nominee on a television program during the 1988 Presidential campaign…

Libertarian nominee Ron Paul appears on the absolutely insane Morton Downey, Jr. program and engages in a heated “debate” with the host…




Draft Nader Folks Hiring Organizers

Saturday, September 29th, 2007

According to the following story from Fox News, there have been Craigslist ads sprouting up in Iowa and New Hampshire to seek organizers and interns for a Ralph Nader Democratic Caucus Draft Committee.

There may be a new effort to woo the man who has been called both a “political spoiler” and “maverick” into running for [...]

Ron Paul Fundraising Explodes; Success Could Dramatically Alter the GOP Race

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Congressman and former Libertarian nominee Ron Paul’s long-shot bid for President is picking up some legitimate steam. At the end of the last fundraising quarter the Paul campaign had raised a total of $3 million and ended the period with $2.4 million of that on hand. These were impressive numbers that forced [...]

Our Interview with Bob Bingham, CEO of Unity08

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Third Party Watch: Can you tell me a little bit of general background information about the Unity08 project?

Bob Bingham: Unity08 is a movement to renew our independence from the polarized politics in Washington. Unity08 will put forth a unity ticket of a Republican/Democrat/independent with a running mate from another party on the ballot in all [...]

Campaign Message from Don Grundmann

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

The Constitution recently sent out this message from their presidential candidate Don Grundmann:

New Vision for America
Dear Constitutionalist :

The essense of a campaign is communication - to put forth a vision and the ideas to impliment it. As a true confession I have been delinquent to you in my communications for while I have [...]

Wayne Allyn Root’s Campaign Video

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

This is a fairly impressive video that makes an effective case for Wayne Allyn Root’s presidential campaign.

Daniel Imperato has been traveling and campaigning quite a bit, but attracting very little support. With Steve Kubby seemingly inactive since his quasi-endorsement of Ron Paul, Wayne Root and George Phillies appear to be the most credible candidates [...]

Interview with Dick Randolph

Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

TPW blogger Trent Hill recently did an interview with former Alaskan State Legislator Dick Randolph, who was elected as both a Republican and a Libertarian.

During the interview, Randolph endorsed Ron Paul for the Presidency of the United States.

“I enthusiastically support Dr. Ron Paul’s effort to become the next President of the United States because he [...]

Ron Paul Supporters Blanket Jacksonville

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

A few weeks back the city of Jacksonville was blanketed with these strange “Ron Paul Revolution” banners. I would have taken photos, but my camera was broken at the time. It was quite a sight though, and got the Paul folks some local media coverage.

Now, a video has popped up on YouTube that [...]

Frank McEnulty to Seek NAIP Nomination

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

Independent candidate Frank McEnulty has announced he will now seek the nomination of the New American Independent Party.

The official press release follows…

The New American Independent Party is proud to announce today that 2008 Independent Presidential Candidate Frank McEnulty will be formally seeking the New American Independent party nomination.

New American Independent Party Chairman Michael Thompson stated, [...]

CP Convention plans announced

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

The Constitution Party, the fastest-growing and largest third party based on voter registration (Ballot Access News) will nominate a presidential candidate at its convention in Kansas City, MO, April 22-27, 2008.

“There is little appreciable difference between the two parties that control government. Voters seeking a return to limited, constitutional government would not have a choice [...]