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Indignation is not Courage. Outrage is not Brains.

By most accounts, that Napoleon was a pretty smart fellow.  Riding the crest of the energy unleashed by the French Revolution, he revolutionized how war was fought.  Year after year, La Grande Armée laid low the feudal armies arrayed against … Continue reading

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We, too, are “Deplorables”

— An Interview with Don DeBar, conducted by Rose Roby Don DeBar is a highly-respected broadcast journalist and a courageous leader and former candidate for the Green Party.  As Senior Producer at Community Public Radio CPR News (CPR), he has … Continue reading

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Democracy and its Discontents.

“Voting integrity does not rise or fall on vote counting … there hasn’t been integrity in the voting system since the founding of the republic.” — An Interview with Don DeBar, conducted by Rose Roby Don DeBar is a highly-respected … Continue reading

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Independent isn’t just another word for nothing left to sell.

Already Greens are starting to leave. We fought hard, we fought brave, we endured the full viciousness of the Hillary machine. We were endangering the U.S. role as leader of the Free World. We are endangering the world order of … Continue reading

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Hands Off Syria!

The following was adopted on November 27, 2016, as an official statement on the situation in Syria by the Pinellas Greens of Pinellas County, Florida: Jill Stein (website): “The situation in Syria is complicated and disastrous, with an all-out civil … Continue reading

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50 Shades of Green

So you say you STILL want a revolution? Okay, let’s talk. With the slamming of the door at the end of the Democratic National Convention still ringing in our ears, it appeared to us Bernie supporters that there were two … Continue reading

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A Patriot’s Lament

  So I’m kicking back on this post-hurricane Labor Day, doing what every red-blooded American does on this most sanctified of holidays.  Nothing.  Well, maybe I’ll work up the energy to watch a couple of football games, but first I … Continue reading

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Jill Stein vs. the Two Horsemen of the Apocalypse

“The Green Party is all about integrity. I didn’t say purity. I said integrity.” — Ajamu Baraka, Green Party 2016 vice-presidential candidate. I am afraid. Very afraid. I fear that Donald Trump will unleash a race war, will empower white … Continue reading

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Can We Cancel the Endorsement?

Updated below. Obama has repeatedly vowed to try to ram the TPP deal down the throat of the American people in the lame-duck congressional session after the November election.  Sez Obama:  “Right now, I’m president and I’m for it, and … Continue reading

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It’s Us. Period!

In response to my last post, many people responded with one simple word, “Stein!”  But many others said, “Wait and see what happens at the convention.”  Maybe a lawsuit exposing Hillary’s voter fraud will turn the tide and the superdelegates … Continue reading

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