Kurland Responds To Trump's Racist Rhetoric On Immigrants - www.gp.org

President Trump is showing his weakness by speaking in subservience to white supremacy The comments made by President Trump on Thursday about immigrants from Norway being more desirable than those from Haiti or Africa was thinly veiled racist rhetoric. This is 2018, yet sadly our President is speaking in racist undertones that would not have been acceptable in 1918. The United States is a great place to live, but we are still a work in progress. We are still working to overcome the centuries of slavery, Jim Crow, lynching, segregation, redlining, and today's environmental racism. We are still working to accept new immigrants, as each wave from our country's founding through today experience the same fear and uncertainty in a new land. Continue reading

Kurland to host live chat tonight

Jennifer V. Kurland, who is seeking the Green Party of Michigan's Nomination for Governor, will host a live chat this evening. At 7:00 this evening go to Jennifer's Facebook page OR YouTube page to interact with our live chat tonight. Share the link to your friends and family via your social media to help us expand the audience of this chat to as many Michiganders as possible! this Sunday at 7:00 pm, join the live chat and share the video to your Facebook friends to participate! Continue reading

Maine CD2 candidate Henry Bear: Tax bill opposition sounds Green to me

HOULTON, ME-- Maine Green Independent candidate for the 2nd Congressional District Henry Bear noted today his opposition to the current tax reform plan being reconciled in Washington between recently passed House and Senate bills. In particular, Bear noted the bills, supported by Bruce Poliquin, the current 2nd District congressman and Sen. Susan Collins, are widely unpopular in Maine. They do not represent the interests of common Mainers, he said, and run contrary to the future health and well-being of Maine citizens by raising taxes on those making less than $75,000. Continue reading