Do you think that both major parties are excessively dominated by money and overly influenced by lobbyists and single-issue groups? Are you concerned about the continued assault on the American middle class by the failed policies of both major parties? Do you feel that neither of the two major parties truly reflect the aspirations or will of most Americans? Do the two party career politicians appear unwilling or unable to address the many issues and challenges facing our nation? Have you grown tired of the polarization and alienation created by the two major parties?
Do you want to help get money out of politics? Do you want to end the revolving door between lawmakers, their staffers and lobbyists? Do you want to help end the largest transfer of wealth in the history of the world? Do you want to protect the American middle class and American jobs?
If so, let's Get started! Our people-powered party is not about moving the country right or left. We are about moving the country forward with pragmatic long-term sustainable solutions. We welcome independents, democrats and republicans, greens, libertarians as well as coffee party supporters, tea party supporters and occupy wall street supporters. The Citizens Party does NOT accept contributions from corporations, PAC's, super PAC's, labor unions or registered lobbyists.
Started by E. Schmidt in Environment / Climate Change / Agriculture / Food Safety & Labeling. Last reply by Scolos Narbarson Dec 31, 2014. 4 Replies 2 Likes
Started by Citizens Party in Process Reform / Gov't Reform / Campaign Finance Reform / State Ballot Access Reform, Election Reform. Last reply by Scolos Narbarson Apr 27, 2015. 39 Replies 6 Likes
Started by Citizens Party in Process Reform / Gov't Reform / Campaign Finance Reform / State Ballot Access Reform, Election Reform. Last reply by Scolos Narbarson Oct 23, 2014. 24 Replies 7 Likes
We normally only post chinese purchases of American companies, however we felt that this was too significant to ignore. ChemChina is purchasing Swiss seed and pesticide group Syngenta for $43 billion. Monsanto tried to purchase Syngenta last…See more →
While the media is focused on the political election circus, the TPP was just signed in New Zealand. "The Trans Pacific Partnership, one of the biggest multinational trade deals ever, has been signed by ministers from its 12 member nations…See more →