The New Bull Moose Party

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The New Bull Moose Party

A revival of the Bull Moose Party, which was created by Theodore Roosevelt in 1912.

Location: United States of America
Members: 77
Latest Activity: Mar 22

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Progressiveism vs. Liberalism

Started by Philip Rodney Moon. Last reply by Micheal McEvoy Nov 26, 2011. 2 Replies

This article from Salon.com goes a long way to show the difference between…Continue

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Comment by Neal B on February 19, 2013 at 3:36am

Hi all, Hope to see this party make a come back

 

Comment by Dave Payne on August 12, 2012 at 12:49am

I actually changed my political affiliation a couple of days ago to "Bull Moose." I am registered to vote in West Virginia now as a member of the "Bull Moose" party. Waiting on my card. 

Comment by Haskins on June 17, 2012 at 10:20pm
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This is a length to a website that has great news stories.
Comment by Ian Wilson on January 23, 2012 at 5:41pm

kinda quiet here.  especially in light of all that is happening in politics with the Republicans falling all over themselves....errrr... i mean, trying to choose a candidate for president.

Comment by Philip Rodney Moon on March 11, 2011 at 1:07am

Hello gentlemen,

 

In thw 1912 Progressive (Bull Moose) Party Platform, it says "We favor the organization of the workers, men and women, as a mean...

 

In that spirit I've created a new group to specifically address the issues of labor. Union Brothers is for union members and supports who believe workers should have a voice in the workplace to better their condition and share in the success and profits of their labor.

 

http://community.artofmanliness.com/group/unionbrothers

Comment by Steve Scarfia on August 21, 2010 at 4:16am
I just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone here on this board for making it such a civil and interesting place to be. I have been really busy for the past few months, and as such, have not been on here in a while. I plan on remedying that however. I also wanted to make everyone aware of this great site that I found through Facebook (of all places):

http://bullmoosemovement.com/

It's not a new party, but it's an effort to educate the American public about what real progressiveism truly is. I hope you all enjoy it.

Steve
Comment by Joe Dreyfuss on June 28, 2010 at 10:52pm
To Ryan Brooks:
History shows that Duverger's Law holds up over time, so a new major party can't rise until one of the existing two splinters or collapses. I would love to see this work but we need a clear, unified philosophy and a major candidate to create halo and coattail effects.
Comment by Matthew Shepherd on May 3, 2010 at 6:27pm
How is the party any different in platform from the status quo? If you look at it we are doing a damn good job of imperialism and government intervention (both hallmarks of teddy). How does the party really differ?
Comment by Ryan Brooks on April 30, 2010 at 9:26pm
What do you guys think it would actually take to get the Bull moose party back into the lime light? When I talk politics with people, I become suprised with how many people truly beleive we need a 3rd party to even things out. With the principles that the party was founded on, it sounds like something that could work today. Any thoughts on that?
Comment by Bradley A Harris on March 1, 2010 at 4:47pm
Being a progressive is not a dirty word. The government has stopping working for us and is working for those corprations that are lining thier pockets. Media types like Glen Beck just make the fight of progressive that much more difficult.
 

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