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Legalized slavery: Yes undocumented folks, you can work in America, but don't go asking for that pesky thing called citizenship.

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So this is happening: ISIS supporters using old (Arabic subtitled) Ron Paul speeches to advocate for gold standard.

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That Uber exec who suggested publicizing personal details about journalists is also an adviser to the Pentagon.

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Emil Michael, the Stalinist @Uber exec, has resume that includes Goldman Sachs and Obama:…

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We could do worse than @SupervisorTang; Mark Farrell has a 0% Green voting record for 2 straight years:… #prezageddon

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The ethical problem with last night's #prezageddon vote was not Campos' absence, but Chiu's presence. There was not yet any vacancy.

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New board prez @SupervisorTang is crumb rubber stamp for @mayoredlee, 0% voting record on #Green issues… #prezageddon

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This, boys and girls, is how power works in San Francisco. Welcome to the board presidency, @SupervisorTang. #prezageddon

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#prezageddon Ethics appear to be frowned upon by the lobbyists that own the majority on BoS.

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Big Board of Supes meeting today. Will the new Board Prez be elected? Watch SFGovTV. No popcorn allowed in chambers.…

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Watch the expanded Presidential Debates

See updates below on additional debates.


As explained on Democracy Now, the Democratic and Republican parties have conspired for years to shut all other voices out of their Budweiser sponsored-Presidential debates.

This year, Democracy Now! expanded the first debate by splicing in real-time footage of the Green Party's Jill Stein and Justice Party's Rocky Anderson as they responded to the same questions as the two Wall Street candidates.  The Libertarian candidate was also invited to participate, but declined.  Watch the first debate below, as Jill Stein demolishes Romney for a second time:



Democracy Now! also expanded the Vice Presidential debate by including the Green Party's Cheri Honkala and Luis Rodriguez of the Justice Party


Democracy Now! expanded the 2nd Presidential debate in a 2 hour special, including Jill Stein of the Green Party, Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode, and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson.  Jill Stein was especially impressive after having been arrested (along with Cheri Honkala) and handcuffed to a chair for 8 hours the night before by thugs hired by the Democratic and Republican parties.


Jill Stein debated Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party (who skipped the first 2 debates on Democracy Now!) one on one, in a forum sponsored by the Independent Voter Network.  There were some technical issues with this one, but it's worth watching!


Democracy Now!  also expanded the third Presidential debate in a 3.5 hour special, including Jill Stein of the Green Party and Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson (Gary Johnson skipped this one as well).  A panel of Bay Area guests also provided comments.


The Green Party's Vice Presidential nominee Cheri Honkala recently participated in an election panel discussion (not a debate) with other activists hosted by Davey D on the KPFA Morning Mix show.


Finally, KALW (not KPFA) covered the 3rd Party Debate on October 23, hosted by Larry King.  The debate featured Jill Stein of the Green Party, Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode, Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson, and Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party.  Video of the event can be seen on CSPAN website, or watch it below:




On Sunday, November 4, former Green Party presidential nominee Ralph Nader will host a debate between Jill Stein of the Green Party, Constitution Party nominee Virgil Goode, Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson, and Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party.  The event should be broadcast online; check this page for updates.


The last debate before the election will take place on Monday, November 5. Libertarian Party candidate Gov. Gary Johnson and the Green Party’s Jill Stein will debate live from RT’s Washington, DC studio.  More details are posted here about how to watch this on TV or online.