Monthly Archives: December 2019

My Response to GPUS Press Release re: Full Ballot Access. -by Robert Milnes at The PLAS Place.

See: Keeping Green Party Candidates Off Ballots. posted by David Noonan. Keeping Green Party candidates off ballots I have been following IPR recently. Well, actually since it started! I believe there is a pattern emerging. Lame Howie Wowie Hawkins aka … Continue reading

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Robert Eltz Milnes March 25, 1929-December 18, 2019.

My sister called me this morning with the news that my father died this morning of sepsis in the Philadelphia Veterans Center. Tentative funeral services are to be, according to my sister, through Foster-Warne Funeral Home, Collingswood, NJ on Monday, … Continue reading

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Comment Deleted in IPR Traced Back to BAN, Covered in IPR-X.

Recently a comment posted in Independent Political Report on the PLAS II thread was deleted. It mentioned a proposed Green party National Steering Committee meeting in Camden, NJ in late November. The exact comment was posted in Ballot Access News. … Continue reading

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Is The PLAS Place Under Attack?

All of a sudden I can’t login. There was a quick and easy login. Username then password. Last night only Enter your Apple password came on the login page. Well, I have no apple password. Never have. When I tried … Continue reading

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Waiting for Godot 1: Could the Titanic Have Been Saved? -by Robert Milnes at The PLAS Place.

The Titanic Tragedy took place April 14, 1912 at about 23:40 pm. After striking an iceberg, it took about 2 hours 40 minutes to sink to a depth of about 12,500 ft, about 370 miles S-SE of the Newfoundland coast-about … Continue reading

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Waiting for Godot 1 and 2. by Robert Milnes at The PLAS Place.

Well here we are, December 1 approaching midnight, December 2. I thought the Green party Steering Committee was going to make a decision about Strategy and print it at the end of November in their monthly Greenline. I have heard … Continue reading

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