The Green Parties primary goal is to help state parties, but they’re committed to many other things to help better the environment for the people. They’re committed to environmental wisdom, peace, social justice, and grassroots organizing. They care a lot about the environment and economy because they both affect the citizens in a variety of ways; the people are their main priority. The Green Party is democratic so all their focus goes straight for the good of the public, every decision, every donation because they receive donations from big corporations, and all their time. For example, if the issue is Universal healthcare, all of their time will go into fulfilling and solving that issue. They’re not as popular as other political parties but they do get the word out there and people follow. They believe that the political system is broken and that’s what grabs the public attention, because a lot of people know that huge corporations like the Koch brothers for example, control part of the government with their money so they can do whatever they please and dump a bunch of waste into our shores. The Green Party wants to attack and straighten that problem, so the top 1% can’t pull things like that. Real leadership is in this party, and that’s what the people like.
Peace, love, equality, the environment, and global unity are all interests of the Green Party. They abolish the death penalty and consider the government to have cruel and unusual punishment. They are oppose the death penalty citing racial bias, failure to deter crime, widespread errors, and humanitarian objections.When it comes to the Military, the Green Party believes in demilitarizing. Demilitarization is the reduction of the Military which involves the reduction of the army, weapons, and military vehicles. An interesting fact about demilitarization is that it is usually the result or outcome of a major conflict or a peace treaty ending a war. Moving on, abortion is believed to be a choice among the pregnant mothers. The Green Party support full access to abortion, with funding, for all women in the U.S. and around the world.
The National Republicans were a political party created after the Election of 1824. Although John Quincy Adams lost to Andrew Jackson in the Election of 1828 the party opposed to Jackson was the National Republican Party, or Anti-Jacksonians created and run by Henry Clay. It had a nationalistic outlook, and wanted to use national resources to build a strong economy. Its platform was a system of nationally financed internal improvements and a protective tariff, which would promote faster economic development. The National Republicans were significant in that they were the opposition party to the Democrats and Andrew Jackson, but also, with their strong economical policies and ideas, fostered the creation of the Market Economy.
The only green America has ever really cared about is cold hard cash. If we look at the history of the United States it was a country that started out with little more than rural land that people would seek to protect to ensure a happy life. After a century of independence there began an exposition where “machinery was the focus” (Divine, Breen and Fredrickson) setting off the United States into a feverous need for industrial development and economic growth. We added a railroad as the nations first big business and industrial empires were built on steel and oil and soon Henry Ford joined the picture with the mass production of cars in factories. What the world had begun creating was what they believed to the foundation of a more leisure filled
The Socialist Party of the United States, commonly referred to as the Socialist Party USA or the Socialist Party, is a democratic socialist party who has many issues they purpose answers to through their socialist lens. The party was founded in 1973 after its predecessor, the Socialist Party of America, dissolved into multiple socialist parties, most notably, the Social Democrats of the United States of America, and the Socialist Party of the United States. The party, along with its predecessor, has received varying degrees of support throughout its history. The Socialist Party has had to compete against the major two parties in elections, and while similarities can be drawn between it and
The Republican party or Grand Old Party (GOP), for over 150 years, has maintained itself as a major political party within the United States of America. As a whole, the republican party follows the belief of military build up ,less taxes, and more importantly, a limited government. However, throughout recent years there has been an influx of conservative values being spread throughout the GOP. These values include harsh stances against: homosexuality, immigration, and abortion. This recent “conservative trend” has caused many to see the party as out of date. Ironically, it has not always been like this, as the party was once what would be defined as “liberal”. These liberal views included support of “conservatism” and universal health care(http://www.marketwatch.com/story/four-things-republicans-used-to-believe-2011-07-18). So, what happened? In short, the conservative influx in the 1950s would lead to this drastic change of views, which would lead us to today 's far right republican party. In order to-
Bernie Sanders once said “Finally, let [us] understand that when we stand together, we will always win. When men and women stand together for justice, we win. When black, white and Hispanic people stand together for justice, we win.” Bernie Sanders started as a young activist fighting to desegregate and end the Vietnam war, As he got older he dwelled into politics and became a self identified socialist; he competed against corporate backing and a corrupt political system yet remained true to his beliefs of Universal Health Care System, affordable education, better social security and welfare, the right for a woman to choose what she wants for her body, cares for the environment, but most importantly, Bernie Sanders believes in America.
America is considered as a global superpower, and has a critical role to play in the global socioeconomic and political landscape. Critical examination of US presidential elections show that they draw widespread attention from across the globe. In many instances, the major political parties differ significantly on policies, a prospect that may work to the advantage or the disadvantage of the candidate for Democratic Party of the Republican Party. After months of the long bruising primaries, the GOP conducted its convention in Cleveland while the democratic sect held their convention in Philadelphia. The speeches delivered in the two conventions had significant policy differences which are likely to influence voting
When you hear the word “Democratic Socialist”, who pops up in your mind? Most people probably think of Bernie Sanders. He is an amazing Democratic Socialist, but what was it that helped him make it up to his point? What is his life story? How would the world be without him? What is his personality? Because we all know you don’t just wake up and become an extraordinary Democrat and presidential candidate.
The Grand New Party came alive in a small schoolhouse in Wisconsin when a group of abolitionist gathered to fight the expansion of slavery. The Republican party is now one of the two major political parties that makes up the United States political system. The Republican party typically sticks to more conservative views on major issues in the government. Three topics of constant concern for the party include taxation, gun control, and immigration.
The Democratic Party was formed in 1792. Its name was adopted in the 1830s during Jackson’s presidency. It is the “world’s oldest existing political party” (Democratic Party). The Northern and Southern Democrats had issues dealing with slavery, which caused them to split in 1860. According to the “Democratic Party”, the Southern Democrats wanted to protect “slavery in all the territories while many Northern Democrats resisted.” The party was also known as the "white man 's party" and demonized the Republican Party as being "Negro dominated," even though whites were in control” (Democratic Party).
It’s election year. Most people believe that there are only two choices when voting for a political office: Republicans or Democrats. I am here to tell you that they are wrong. There are other choices, and I prefer the Libertarian Party. I believe the Libertarian Party should be promoted to show people that they have more than two options. The Libertarian Party is the only party that leads towards freedom instead of big government.
If I had to specifically choose which political party had the most influence on my life and political views I would say it is the Republican Party. The Republican Party supports most of my current views on American issues in the United States. I think its safe to say that I am more Republican than Democrat. Some of the few specific views that I hold that are influenced by Republicans are; I am pro-life, I believe in limiting social welfare to unemployed Americans, I favor a continued military presence in unstable Middle Eastern regions, and I strongly oppose gun control.
Primarily, Democrats who supported Gore in the 2000s see Nader and the Green Party as the leading cause to Gore’s loss in the election, primarily due to the spoiler effect (where two similar candidates running for an office results in one siphoning votes from the other) caused by Nader. Nader, known as a political activist and liberal similar to Gore, was accused of “taking” potential votes away from Gore in states where Gore lost to Bush by low margins, such as Florida and New Hampshire, where Nader’s ~97,000 and ~22,000 votes would have compensated for Gore’s defeats of 537 and ~7,000 votes to Bush respectively (Rosenbaum). Democrats during this period primarily cite polls by the Voter News Service, a joint by five television companies and