Republicrats Duopoly

Everyone deserves the opportunity to influence the governmental decisions that affect them. But the defining characteristics of modern politics in the United States are a corrupt campaign finance system that enables corporate and wealthy elites to purchase political outcomes; and an abundance of anti-democratic electoral, ballot access and debate rules designed to minimize participation and choice.

The failure to fulfill the promise of democracy leaves millions of people in our country too discouraged to vote, and others who chose to vote seemingly trapped among false and limited choices. A system that promotes full and fair representation would draw millions of people in the United States into civic life and could revive democracy in this country. 

The presence of viable alternatives keeps Americans involved in our democratic process. These third parties did more than simply force the two major parties to adopt various policies. Third parties have always provided an “emotional bridge” for voters who are weary of supporting one major party but are not yet ready to vote for the other. George Wallace’s 1968 third-party Presidential campaign drew support from traditional southern Democrats who weren’t emotionally prepared to vote as Republicans. Fix Our Broken System

The two party system of government is a disaster in America for the people, but a boon for multinational corporaions and the 1% elite in American society. This system divides th people against each other. The division has become so sharp that no matter how bad one’s Party becomes it almost always seems better the other one. The military-indusrial complex now aided by Citizen United has gained control of both Parties. (MEK comments)

Two-Party Duopoly – Ralph Nader

America’s Two-Party Corporate Duopoly

The Falling of the American Empire – Ralph Nader & Chris Hedges

Eisenhower’s Warning: Prophetic and Presently Understated – Ralph Nader

Two-Party Duopoly – YouTube Thom Hartmann

How Did The U.S. End Up With A Two-Party System?

America 101: Why Do We Have a Two-Party System? | History

Republicrats Duopoly – Green Party


Green Party

Electoral Reform

Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy-Trade


Media Reform

Media Reform Solutions

Medicare For All

Middle East – A Real Road to Peace

Military Arms Sales

Military Defense Budget

National Endowment for Democracy (NED)

Nuclear Issues

Nuclear Weapons

Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

Police Accountability

Political Reform


Prison Conditions, Prisoner Treatment and Parolees

Puerto Rican Independence

Racial Injustice

Single Payer

Small Business and the Self-Employed

SOA – Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation

Syria Intervention




War on Drugs



Our Emergency


Specific Issues Index

from Creating Better World

About mekorganic

I have been a Peace and Social Justice Advocate most all of my adult life. In 2022, I am again running for U.S. Congress in CA under the Green Party. This Blog and website are meant to be a progressive educational site, an alternative to corporate media and the two dominate political parties. Your comments and participation are most appreciated. (Click photo) .............................................. Paid for by Michael Kerr for Congress with Peace and Justice C00803577
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