US voters wary of expanding military presence overseas

Poll reveals cautious mood about foreign policy, particularly in Middle East Financial TimesOctober 27, 2016 Only 25 per cent of Americans would like the next president to expand the role of the US military overseas, according to a poll that underlines the cautious mood of voters about foreign policy. Continue reading

Chris Hedges: My Personal Endorsement of Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka

Over the last 15 years, following my return to the United States after two decades as a foreign correspondent, I have written eleven books on American culture and society. Continue reading

The National Media Isn't Giving You The Whole Story!

If you watch the corporate media — CNN, ABC, CBS, etc. — you'd think that Jill was polling from 1% to 4%, depending on the outlet. But those results don't tell the full story! Jill is killing it among millennials, artists, and left-leaning voters!!! Continue reading

Green Party Senate candidate objects to 'third party' label

Robin Laverne Wilson, the Green Party challenger to U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., said she is "sick and tired" of the label "third party." "We're railing against a system and messaging that constantly discredits us as a third party," she said in a speech at Rock Hill Bakehouse Café in Glens Falls on Sunday. Continue reading

Green Party U.S. Senate candidate speaks, sings about movement building

GLENS FALLS, NY — Robin Laverne Wilson, the Green Party challenger to U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., frequently broke into soulful song during her campaign speech in Glens Falls. "I said, 'We're running, we are running for our lives,'" she sang at one point. "Because when our grassroots get connected, and our grievances collected, we've got the power to correct it." Continue reading

A Personal Endorsement From Medea Benjamin

Amazing. That one word says it all if you've been to the rallies I've been to, or seen the impressive and diverse list of names who are supporting Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka. They are amazing in their compassion and amazing in the hope they bring. This is real people power. Jill and Ajamu represent a tremendous joining together of compassionate people under the banner of the Green Party in the race for the White House. Continue reading

Packed house greets Jill Stein in El Paso

Green presidential candidate Jill Stein kicked off her Texas tour to an over-flow crowed in El Paso on Friday evening, October 14, 2016. Local media from Las Cruces Sun-News and the El Paso Times reported on the rally.  The following slideshow is courtesy of

Don't forget about downticket races!

Thank you! Thanks to your support we've been able to do some amazing organizing here in Baltimore. Our city is facing a major housing crisis. The city and the Federal government have struck a deal to sell off most of the public housing in our district to wealthy developers. People are outraged that the establishment Democrats in power are allowing this to happen! So we're organizing, and when we organize and empower people to demand the right to housing, we can't lose. Help us keep the fight going. Thanks to your support we're making historic progress. For those of us that have organized here in Baltimore for a while we know exactly why we're doing so well. No other candidate in this race has declared Housing a Human Right. No other candidate is 100% committed to voting yes on $15 minimum wage. No other candidate has promised to vote against giant corporate tax breaks for billionaires. Continue reading

In Honor of Indigenous Peoples' Day

Indigenous Peoples' Day arrives at a crucial moment this electoral season, as the inspiring indigenous-led movement at Standing Rock continues to draw attention to how the U.S. government systematically violates the rights of Native Americans. Unlike the Clinton and Trump campaigns, we are committed to respecting treaties with Native peoples and transforming the nature of this colonial relationship. Continue reading

Presidential hopeful Stein stumps for 'Green New Deal' at USC Upstate

Spartenburg, SC – Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein visited the University of South Carolina Upstate on Tuesday to discuss her plan to create jobs by moving the nation toward renewable energy. In front of a small but passionate crowd, Stein advocated for what she called the "Green New Deal," an emergency job-creation program that would lead the nation to 100 percent renewable energy by 2030. Continue reading