People, Planet & Peace
The Massachusetts Affiliate of the Green Party of the United States

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commented 2016-11-05 19:41:21 -0400 · Flag
How many times in the course of a session need one sign in?
commented 2016-11-05 19:40:38 -0400 · Flag
Where on this website does one get information about an upcoming state committee meeting? Where is this announced? An acquaintance is seeking my support in seeking public office. I do not wish to respond without finding out whether he is or not a registered on the rolls as a GRP member. Where do I get this information? Who actually reads the “Stay In Touch” page and responds?
commented 2016-11-05 19:30:35 -0400 · Flag
I just did.
commented 2016-10-14 21:52:23 -0400 · Flag
Please put the Matthew Andrews Pledge prominently on the Home Page design so that anyone curious about the Green-Rainbow Party can know that Pledging ones vote is the way to go.
commented 2016-08-30 00:14:39 -0400 · Flag
Also your FB page is closed, I got approved but this seems like shutting out people is not what the party is about. Sorry for the questions but without them I am left in the dark and can only go by others opinions. Thanks!
commented 2016-08-30 00:06:38 -0400 · Flag
yeah this site needs more posting and info. I am all in for the green party now but we seem to lack real support from Mass. So more info since my friends in the NW say that the joining of two parties here is confusing and distorting. Prove me wrong since I am having regrets about moving back to my hometown. Also do we have an actual Green party or is this it?
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commented 2016-07-10 08:57:48 -0400 · Flag
1. Special Interests controlling our government and the media, which makes it impossible to pass any meaningful legislation. Good government must be able to create strategy for where our society should be heading and plans to get there for the common good of the people, future people, and the planet. Private companies may fill a role to provide goods and services to fulfill that strategy within the plans.
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2. Our culture of looking to (eternal) growth is the SOURCE of most of our problems, NOT the solution. The USA doubles its GDP every 40 years and doubles its population every 60 years. Growth overwhelms all else we try to do to help the environment and our society and to achieve true sustainability. Climate Change is one of the many symptoms, as is crowding, overfishing, pollution, the need for franken foods and the anthropocene. So is income inequality, loss of quality-of-life, and always more revenue needed to accommodate quantity rather than quality.
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To me, these two overarching issues should get way more attention than they do get – by both individuals and organizations. All else, IMHO, is to a large extent a symptom of these two overarching issues. Is your organization including these overarching issues in its program?
commented 2016-03-16 08:42:35 -0400 · Flag
I agree its great to know in near future the rainbow party will be available to all Americans god bless America.@@
commented 2015-11-18 01:44:44 -0500 · Flag
It be nice if they can put more informational video on this web site thank you .@@
commented 2015-11-12 15:50:22 -0500 · Flag
I know that the Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein is from the Boston Area. I similarly supported the Council Race of Darlene Elias this past fall. I am from Jersey City, and I follow Green Party local races throughout the entire country. I want to simply emphasize the importance of the same candidates running over and over again for the city council and assembly races. This is the only way for voters to come to learn that they have other choices outside of the Democrat and Republican Parties. I am in touch with the Green Parties in other states. Those who ran in 2015 I hope will run again in the next election cycle. By doing that it will build more permanent relationship with the voters, and eventually the Green Party will defeat the Democrat Party machine.