While the political philosophy of the Coffee Party is evolving on a day-by day basis, a constant principle seems to be a commitment towards a civil political dialogue. This in itself separates the party from Tea Baggers.
An honest Tea Bagger would ask of a government employee to spend his or her time focused on his or her job. Barack Obama has a day job; it’s called being president of the United States. Claire McCaskill has a day job; it’s called being a U.S. Senator.
If you’re not sure how to be ethical in a Missouri election campaign, you can find out by watching a new, on-line tutorial posted
A few weeks ago, a young woman named Annabell Park was talking to a few of her progressive friends about how to counter the
Three new bills introduced in Congress offer a modest counterbalance to the wide-open corporate spending in election campaigns enabled by the Supreme Court’s recent ruling. The
I’m really hoping this catches on because it provides local support and empowerment for the unemployed while simultaneously strengthening their political voice on the
America is supposed to be the land of opportunity, where people who work hard can create wealth and security for themselves and their families.
The ability to sell a contradiction is sometimes the measure of a man or woman, at least when it comes to success in politics.
According to The Hill, The Republican Study Committee (RSC) declared Monday [March 1, 2010] a “Twitter Day,” encouraging its members to tweet about their “commitment,”
According to Congress.org, U.S. Senator John Cornyn, a Republican from Texas, has just introduced S.3008, a bill that “establishes a government program to support