Local activists met on the Morristown Green on Saturday, April 16, for the third annual Tax Day Tea Party. The cold wet weather did not deter hardy A3P members and other concerned Americans from exercising their First Amendment! We distributed numerous “Globalization: Not A Good Thing” cards to our fellow, open-minded folk. More importantly, A3P […]
April 14 | According to the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, AFP State Chairman Steve Smith of Pittston and Ryan Wojtowicz of Ashley “…raised concerns about the district’s seeking out minority applicants for teaching positions.” The two men said they objected to Ron Felton of the NAACP speaking at last month’s meeting to push his “agenda” of […]
April 14, 2011 | New figures by the US Census Bureau show Hispanics now outnumber African Americans for the first time in most metropolitan areas. The figures, from the 2010 Census, illustrate the growing diversity of the 366 metro areas in the US, which are home to 83.7% of the US population. Hispanics became the […]
After a brief hiatus, the A3P’s Southern California activist team hit the streets once again this last Saturday to spread the party’s message to the habitants, pedestrians, and occasional inquisitive transients of the bustling Orange County coastal community of Huntington Beach.
This past weekend the West Virginia Chapter of the American Third Position led by Harry Bertram engaged in another successful literature distribution in Morgantown, West Virginia.
In a determined effort of face-to-face, person-to-person activism over two days, the team of A3P activists distributed many hundreds of pieces of party literature to the residents of the city.
A3P activists have attended a “Complete Grass Training” program presented by Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty (C4L) organization in the New York Metro area, reports organizer and New Jersey state Chairman Alex Carmichael.