Electoral Politics

According to peace activist Kevin Zeese, if Trump hoped that sacking FBI Director James Comey would stop investigations into possible collusion between Trump’s administration and Russia, he may be wrong. Very wrong.

Keep up with returns as they come in with Benjamin Dixon, David Pakman, and Sam Seder.

The mainstream media won’t give the exposure it provided to the Democratic and Republican conventions to the Green Party. We will. Whatever you support, you aren’t truly informed if you ignore the Greens. #GNCinHOU

This provocative commentary by Joel Meyers of Citizens for Legitimate Government is an eyeopening read whether or not you agree. Thanks to Joel for permitting GDPR Peace to share this op-ed. After the parade and thunderous pronouncement by recently “retired” Gen. John Allen at the Democratic Convention, it is now clear that Hillary Rodham Clinton is […]

Action Alert: Make Bernie Sanders’ message for the US go viral!

Tune in to a special edition of Grateful Dread Public Radio’s Green Tea this morning and afternoon: We’re featuring the Nov. 19 address by presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders in its entirety, a speech largely ignored by the mainstream media. In the speech, just over an hour long, the senator takes on important issues including […]

Last week, a new mayor is elected. What’s up this week?

Megan Barry’s post-election fete was a Party in the USA, as joyful supporters celebrated her first-place showing in the Nashville mayoral election Aug. 6 win and geared up for the Sept. 10 runoff election against Fox News’ deep-pocketed choice, David Fox. Progressive Nashville was at the Barry celebration and offers a report and lots of photos […]

Thursday night will be action-packed for Nashville progressives. Television is reruns and silly summer fare: Go out and do something that matters. Among the July 23 offerings is a discussion of the new book Undivided, fellowship with fellow libs, and an opportunity to meet Metro Council candidates. All the info awaits you at Progressive Nashville. […]

The 2015 Metro General Election is Aug. 6, but if you can’t wait to cast your ballot for Nashville mayor, vice mayor, and council, you can vote starting today and on through Aug. 11. Get all the details on early voting and on the Metro Nashville and Davidson County candidates and charter amendments on the […]

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