Jill Stein: US Pursuing Regime Change in Iraq, Syria, Aiming For Iran

Jill Stein Addressing the March

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RT America on Dec 28, 2015

The US presidential elections are just around the corner, the great fight for the seat of power. However, while Democrats and Republicans are all over the mainstream media, there are still those candidates who are forced out of the debate. The so-called “third parties” – what do they have to propose for the American people? Why is their agenda so scary for the Dems and GOPs that they try hard not to let their voice be heard? Today, we ask the US presidential candidate from the Green Party. Jill Stein is on Sophie&Co.

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The Nader Challenge and What It Means Today by Todd Chretien

Ralph Nader after the speech - Green Lecture

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by Todd Chretien
socialistworker.org
October 1, 2015

VERMONT SEN. Bernie Sanders’s campaign for the presidency and his platform in favor of raising the minimum wage, defending Social Security, reducing student debt and establishing a single-payer health care system have energized millions of people who want an alternative to the status quo political system.

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Ian Angus: Ecosocialism: Why Greens Must be Red and Reds Must be Green + Q&A

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Austerity fightback on Nov 17, 2014

Ian Angus, author and editor of www.Climateandcapitalism.com discusses the need to build a movement based on socialist principles to counter and supplant the destructiveness of capitalism.

Ian is introduced by Richard Fidler, who writes and blogs at http://lifeonleft.blogspot.ca/

Recorded in Ottawa on November 16th, 2014, this event was organized by Ottawa Ecosocialists: http://systemchangenotclimatechange.org/ and the Socialist Project: http://www.socialistproject.ca/

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Chris Hedges: What Is The Most Effective Way To Mobilize Against These Entities? I’m For Anything That Fucks The System Up!

Resolution opposing indefinite detention under NDAA introduced at San Francisco Board of Supervisors

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with Chris Hedges
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April 7, 2013

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Third Party Presidential Debate Moderated by Ralph Nader

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Third-party! Stein, Johnson, Anderson and Goode: four more choices.

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Vote your conscience, vote for a third party candidate.

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Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, Libertarian Gary Johnson (former New Mexico governor), the Justice Party’s Rocky Anderson (former mayor of Salt Lake City) and Virgil Goode, the Democrat-turned-Republican-turned Constitution Party.

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US Presidential Third Party Debate with Jill Stein and Gary Johnson

Millea Kenin, Bob Meola @BhaktiBob & Jill Stein @JillStein2012 #GreenParty #POTUS Candidate in #Berkeley #CA 9/22/12 #VOTEGREEN

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Vote your conscience, vote for a third party candidate.

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Libertarian Party candidate Gov. Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein sound off once more before Election Day, debating live from RT’s Washington, DC studio on November 5.

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Jill Stein Interviewed by Dennis Trainer, Jr.

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If you live in a non-swing state, please consider voting for a third party candidate. Dennis Trainor, Jr explains it in this video.

Occupy Wall Street 1 Year Anniversary. September 17, 2012

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Does Voting Even Matter? by Jill Dalton

Updated: Oct. 20, 2014

by Jill Dalton
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October 30, 2012

Save democracy fight corporate fascism

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I remember sitting in the large impersonal lecture hall in my American History 101 class feeling a bit forlorn and overwhelmed. I’m a freshman at the University of South Carolina. It’s 1968, the Vietnam War is raging, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King have been assassinated, riots erupted in several U.S. cities, the antiwar movement, woman’s movement and civil rights movement are in full swing, my father’s currently serving in Military Intelligence, Saigon and my mom’s hospitalized after suffering 3rd degree burns because she’s having a nervous breakdown trying to deal with my father being at war leaving her responsible for raising 4 kids ranging in ages from 5 and 18. I feel like I’m hanging on by my fingernails.

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Third Party Presidential Debate Moderated by Larry King

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Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson, Green Party candidate Jill Stein, Constitution Party candidate Virgil Goode and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson all squared off Tuesday night from Chicago, Illinois as RT hosted the 2012 Third-Party Presidential Debate. Thom Hartmann, host of RT’s The Big Picture, weighed in on the event live from the scene and interviewed the evening’s stars while Breaking the Set host Abby Martin and RT America producer Adriana Usero shared their thoughts about why third parties need a platform before Election Day with Liz Wahl.

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Roundtable: Kucinich, Nader, Rocky Anderson and Barbara Marx Hubbard + Saving Our Democracy from Duopoly: Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson and Judge James Gray

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Jun 11, 2012 by

This evening’s show will be an Enlightened, Evolutionary Politics Roundtable, dedicated to ideas about transforming the current political zeitgeist in the U.S.

To help bring forth first an understanding of what it’s really like to serve in Congress, then enlightening ideas about its transformation, is Representative Dennis Kucinich, Congressman from Ohio, former, two-term Mayor of Salt Lake City, Rocky Anderson, now running for President in the Justice Party and former Vice-Presidential candidate, social philosopher Barbara Marx Hubbard, each of whom has been a guest a few times on A Better World Radio &/or TV.

We have last-minute word that former Presidential candidate Ralph Nader may be joining us as well.

More at http://abetterworld.tv

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Roseanne Barr and Jill Stein Green Party Presidential Forum Debate

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Roseanne Barr and Jill Stein Green Party Presidential Forum, discuss the issues as presented by Rose Aguilar from NPR affiliate KALW San Francisco. Jello Biafra, Green Party member and former lead singer for The Dead Kennedys also steps up to ask questions. EXCELLENT DISCUSSION. Intelligent Green thought. May 12 2012 Victoria Theater San Francisco California.

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Green Party candidate Jill Stein’s message of change, on which real hope depends

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on Dec 27, 2011

From http://JillStein.org — In this first video message from Jill Stein, the Green Party presidential candidate addresses the White House’s recent agreements to violate the 6th, 7th, and 8th Amendments to the Constitution, to speed up the timetable on the Keystone Pipeline, and to eliminate the national health care standard. In the message, Dr. Stein says that, “I’m taking about real hope for deep change — the kind that’s breaking out all over.

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The Stimulator: World on Fire

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on Apr 6, 2011

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This week:

1. Tsunagasaki
2. Green Party uber alles
3. VerMutants
4. The E.N.D. of the U.K.
5. Conspiracy Rap
6. Squaddafi

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California Enshrines the Duopoly by Ralph Nader

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by Ralph Nader
The Nader Page
July 23, 2010

Last month, Big Business interests shamelessly dealt our already depleted democracy a devastating blow by misleading California voters into approving Proposition 14, without their opponents being able to reach the people with rebuttals. This voter initiative provides that the November elections in that state for members of Congress and state elective offices are reserved only for the top two vote-garnering candidates in the June primary.

There are no longer any party primaries per se, only one open primary. Voters can vote for any candidate on the ballot for any office. Presidential candidates are still under the old system.

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