What is you favorite 3rd party?

It is time to pick your favorite party?

Remember, we must start now to be ready for 2016 not starting in 2016?

This is a hand full of ideas however, not the end results, please feel free to add on or join in?

Citizens Party

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.

The Citizens Party does NOT accept contributions from corporations, PAC’s, super PAC’s, labor unions or registered lobbyists.

Use our great military only when it is in our national interest

Secure the homeland and stop actual terrorist threats

Give local law enforcement and fire companies the funds they need for security and emergency prevention & response

Seek U.S. energy INDEPENDENCE through clean, renewable domestic sources (solar, wind, hydro, geo-thermal, etc.)

Freeze all fracking until further testing is completed, safer extraction methods are created and all chemicals in the fracking process are disclosed and tested.

Require all oil / gas companies to contribute to a special emergency / spill / cleanup fund before any drilling is approved

Require comprehensive environmental impact assessments before any drilling for oil or natural gas is approved

Require that any oil or natural gas extracted in the United States be used (consumed) domestically in the United States

Promote organic agriculture and a safe food supply


The Libertarian Party

The Libertarian Party has many firsts to its credit, such as being the party under which the first electoral vote was cast for a woman in a United States presidential election, due to a faithless elector.

The party has also seen electoral success in state legislative races.

Three Libertarians were elected in Alaska between 1978 and 1984, with another four elected in New Hampshire in 1992.

Libertarian Party (United States)

In the 30 states where voters can register by party, there are a combined total of 330,811 voters registered under the party.

By this count the Libertarian Party is the third-largest party by membership in the United States and it is the third-largest political party in the United States in terms of the popular vote in the country’s elections and number of candidates run per election.


Modern Whig Party

Whig Party (United States)

This article is about the 19th-century political party. For the contemporary third party,


Modern Whig Party

The Modern Whig Party of America was founded by veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan in 2007. In 2009, the Modern Whig Party was officially launched. The Modern Whig Party is one of America’s fastest growing political parties. The core beliefs of the Modern Whig Party focus on independent thinking, integrity, collaboration, and using logic and reason instead of ideology to support policies.  For more information on the Modern Whig Party


American Independent Party

The Constitution: the Original Contract that America has with Itself

The American Independent Party is the party of ordered liberty in a nation under God. We believe in strict adherence to written law. We believe the Constitution is the contract America has with itself. Its willful distortion has led to the violation of our Tenth Amendment guaranteed right to limited government, which inevitably requires oppressive taxation. Its faithful application will lift that awful burden.

Freedom from “Liberalism”

Freed from the lawless oppression of Liberal rule, we may then compassionately and justly use our energy and ingenuity to provide for ourselves and our families. We will then establish truly free and responsible enterprise and reassert the basic human right to property.


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