Tag Archives: Nader

IT’S LONG PAST TIME TO…


I finally can publish this. The outline existed months ago, but publishing then would have gone over even worse with many people than it will now. Now, it’s clear. All the hoopla of the Sanders campaign has come down to … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges’ Empty Chair Speech


Some good-quality videos of Green Party stuff are becoming available, and this recent one is something to hear, if you have the time: So you have a choice.  You can take an hour to watch the video and then read … Continue reading

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PANIC TIME!


Fair Warning:  The following is about the ups & downs of “third” parties in California.  If that’s not your thing, click over to my Link Collection for general education and entertainment.  I’m always adding stuff there. My alert readers (both … Continue reading

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JUST A WORD, BEFORE IT HITS THE FAN…


Hardly anyone seems to have read my last post, but that’s ok.  I’ve learned to expect that when I try to treat a serious matter and refer people to source material. (WordPress stats don’t tell me WHO clicked on something, … Continue reading

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LAUNCH OF THE CARNADA


In thinking up the title for this rant, I simply wanted a word based on “canard” (French for “duck”), but with the epic failure of “Armada” incorporated.  As it happens, “carnada” is the Spanish word for “bait” or “chum”, which … Continue reading

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CHICKENS AND EGGS


Once in a while, I get a message from some would-be Green that makes me want to recap what I’ve ranted about before.  Just trying a different approach, another format here, to see if this comes across any better. Recent … Continue reading

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You Come Back Now!


It’s one of my favorite stories about the difficulty of learning a foreign language, told to me by a coffee house proprietor. He was born in Armenia, but spent enough of his childhood in Britain that his English was, for … Continue reading

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