Who

Who

Green Pages is the official publication of record of the Green Party of the United States. Its primary purpose is to address the needs of the Green Party, its members and its organizations on the national, state and local levels. Coverage will focus on news of the Green Party and news affecting Green parties.

Green Pages will share successes of the party and information to make the party stronger. Secondarily, Green Pages will provide a credible information vehicle for communication and alliance building with media, academics and social movements.

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2 thoughts on “Who

  1. Please start a movement to remove the electoral college from the U. S. Contitution. With modern technology citizens can vote directly for officials and issues without intermediaries. Electors are too likely to have their own agendas.

  2. Removal of the Electoral College from the U. S. Constitution is a champion idea and as long as we’re amending this nefarious document written by slave-owning elites that continually feeds and empowers the “dominator class”, let us put a short leash on the Supreme Court and reel them in on a maximum 10 year limit on the court. Lifetime appointments, what foolishness.

    Mercy Otis Warren, wrote in Observations on the New Constitution:
    “…[G]government is instituted for the protection, safety, and happiness of the people, and not for the profit, honour or private interest of any man, family, or class of men…the origin of all power is in the people, and they have an incontestable right to check the creatures of their own creation, vested with certain powers to guard the life, liberty and property of the community.”

    “When I feed the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist.” — Dom Helder Camara, Archbishop of Recife

    “The poor object to being governed badly, while the rich object to being governed at all.” – G. K. Chesterton

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