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Democrats should open Arizona's 2020 presidential primary to independent voters

Posted by Russell Daniels on August 18, 2019 at 9:33 PM

written by Adrian Fontes for AZ Central

Two things happened the day after Arizona’s disastrous 2016 presidential preference election

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Lawsuit FILED: Voters v. California Secretary of State

Posted by Russell Daniels on August 18, 2019 at 9:27 PM

written by Shawn Griffiths for IVN

“No taxation without representation.”

That was the battle cry for Freedom that fueled the American revolution.

Yet, today, the interests of private political parties are put ahead of “We, the People.” That is why the Independent Voter Project (IVP) just filed a voting rights lawsuit against the State of California.

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Why I Believe More Black Americans Are Now Voting Independent

Posted by Russell Daniels on August 18, 2019 at 9:21 PM

written by Dr. Jessie Fields for Blavity

African Americans and young people are at the forefront of an unrecognized movement of Americans in a political re-alignment that rejects both political parties and is largely unseen by mainstream media. The media projects the roiling political divides in the country as ideological battles between adherents of right versus left politics on issues such as border security vs. decriminalization of illegal immigration, or Medicare for all vs. private health insurance. But the real divide in the country is between the establishment elites of both parties and the growing base of Americans who are identifying as independents.

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On reform, both parties should start by looking inward

Posted by Russell Daniels on August 18, 2019 at 9:15 PM

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It’s Time to Break Up the Two-Party Monopoly

Posted by Russell Daniels on August 18, 2019 at 9:05 PM

Posted to Politics by Jim Jonas

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes recently made the argument in the New York Times for the break up of the social media giant by arguing it has become a dangerous monopoly that places too much power and influence in the hands of one company and one person (his former Harvard roommate, Mark Zuckerberg).

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