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YOAV LITVIN – Break Free and Lead, or Resign: a Letter to Bernie Sanders

Dear Bernie Sanders, In our times of fear, growing bigotry and uncertainty, I feel obligated to appeal to you. As a former campaigner of yours, I write this letter with sadness, rage, disappointment, fatigue and fear, but also a hopeful look toward the future. Disillusioned with Barack Obama, I supported Jill Stein for President in 2012. However, when this election …

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Project Censored – 12.06.16

In the first half of the program, mathematician Rick Luttmann discusses ranked-choice voting
and why it is superior to the prevalent “plurality voting” system. Also, investigative journalist Greg Palast
returns to Project Censored to explain how GOP vote-supression tactics may have stolen the 2016 election
(he calls it a “Jim Crow election”).

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Leid Stories—The Green Party’s Recount 2016: Genius Move, Or Epically Bad Judgment Call?—12.05.16

Dr. Jill Stein, the Green Party’s presidential candidate in the 2016 election who got 1 percent of the popular vote and zero electoral votes, last week stunned the political world and even her running mate, Ajamu Baraka, with the announcement that she would seek a vote recount in three states—Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania—with slim voter margins between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. Stein said the effort was to “protect the integrity of the vote,” hinting that it was possible that Trump’s victory in these states might have been the result of rigging or fraud. Millions were raised to fund the recounts.

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Security experts join Jill Stein’s ‘election changing’ recount campaign

More election security experts have joined Jill Stein’s campaign to review the presidential vote in battleground states won by Donald Trump, as she sues Wisconsin to secure a full recount by hand of all its 3m ballots. Half a dozen academics and other specialists on Monday submitted new testimony supporting a lawsuit from Stein against Wisconsin authorities, in which she …

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STEVE EARLY – Greens Need a Plan B: Going Local? Becoming More Ecumenical?

As Kermit the Frog, America’s most famous Muppet, says: “it’s not easy being green.” Preliminary results of the Green Party’s latest national campaign confirm the reality of his observation. The Party’s much-touted goal was getting 5% of the vote on Nov. 8, so it could qualify for $10 million in federal funds for 2020 campaigning and maintain broad nationwide ballot …