None of the Above Articles

NOTA intends to publish original-content articles to educate our viewers on current, topical issues related to dysfunction, polarization and, as always, will provide solutions. At the same time, we are continuously reading topical articles by third parties and plan to alert our viewers to “what we’re reading” that they may also find of interest.

Please let us know if you run across any interesting articles you wish to recommend.

  • Response to David Brooks’ article "Time for Realignment"


    In David Brooks’ recent commentary in The New York Times, “Time For Realignment,” he suggests to his readers that “there’s a good chance many of you will be switching political parties over the next 1 …


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  • What we're reading: Week of October 1


    Here are some items we've found across the internet that we've found interesting:

    Why the Senate Couldn’t Pass a Crime Bill Both Parties Backed

    Voter Registration Deadlines, State by State …


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  • The Debate Debate


    Originally published on The Moderate Voice

    by STEVEN NEMEROVSKI

    The Commission on Presidential Debates finally made official that which has been a relative certainty for the past few months. There …


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  • What we're reading: Week of September 15


    Here are some items we've found across the internet that we've found interesting:

    50 Years of Electoral College Maps: How the U.S. Turned Red and Blue

    Jill Stein says voters are 'clamoring' …


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  • Interview with Patricia Russo, Executive Director of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale University


    As NOTA continues to advocate for the creation of effective, competitive third parties, one of the "chicken and egg" variables is the identification and training of third party and independent …


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  • What we're reading: Week of September 1


    Here are some items we've found across the internet that we've found interesting:

    How American Politics Went Insane

    How We Killed the Tea Party

    50 Years of Electoral College Maps: How the U. …


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  • Will the Bern create third party?


    For those who "felt the Bern" during the Democratic primary, it remains to be seen how, if at all, they will harness and channel their energy moving forward. Establishment Democrats are attempting to …


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  • Third Party Spoiler Humor


    It has already started. The inevitable trickle of articles and stories attempting to scare voters into thinking that votes for third party candidates are a total waste and, depending on your leanings, …


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  • How They Conned The Tea Party


    The recent (8/14/16) article in POLITICO written by Paul H. Jossey entitled “How We Killed the Tea Party” tells a deplorable tale of fraud by “political operatives.” 

    Assuming the assertions in the …


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  • What we're reading - Week of August 15, 2016


    Here are some items we've found across the internet that we've found interesting:

    Only 9% of America Chose Trump and Clinton as the Nominees

    Review: ‘Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk?’ …


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