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We are a party that seeks the common good, on common ground, through common sense. We believe in the sanctity of human life, the necessity of social justice, our responsibility to care for the environment, and promotion of a more peaceful world. We cherish the individual rights and separation of government powers protected by the U.S. Constitution, and recognize the need for social supports and community cohesion. We seek to bridge the bitter partisan divide with principled and respectful policies and dialog.

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America Needs Solidarity!

If you stand for the sanctity of human life, necessity of social justice, conservation of the environment, and promotion of a more peaceful world, join us! Join or Contribute! Connect Locally!
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The American Solidarity Party Midwest Confrence 2018

Photo selections from the 2018 American Solidairty Party Midwest Confrence

Read more Why I’m Running – Raynard Phillips

For decades, there has been a cry for the creation of a third party that will represent the hopes and dreams of the average American. In the 1990s, there was a brief respite from the two-party duopoly when Ross Perot founded the Reform Party, which was able to both receive federal funding and win a significant…

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Read more We Can All Run

Me? Run for office? This was my stunned reaction when asked to run for my local town council. In the mid 2000s, I had been attending some local council meetings where a redevelopment project that concerned me was being discussed. I had a number of reasons NOT to run. I was not a politician. Certainly,…

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Welcome, the American Solidarity Party blog is under construction.  Our archived blog can be found here.

Read more “I affirm the possibility of a more peaceful world.”

Violence begets violence, which threatens life, liberty and human dignity. At the same time, those who threaten the rights of the most vulnerable are rarely deterred by mere admonitions. The use of force is necessary at times, but it should be a last resort, taking as little life or liberty as possible; leaving open the…

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Read more “I affirm our responsibility for the environment.”

The privileged place of human beings in the natural order means we have a special responsibility to care for the rest of the world. As our platform preamble says, “we must share and protect natural resources and the environment, as held in trust for the benefit of all inhabitants of the world, present and future.”…

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Read more “I affirm the necessity of social justice.”

Social justice is the natural corollary of the sanctity of human life. We are designed to live in community, to thrive together, to bear each other’s burdens, to not only pursue happiness but to find it in love. No man is an island. Civilization is the realization of the unique human capacity to work together…

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Read more “I affirm the sanctity of human life.”

Our nation began with the profession—however often it has been violated—that all persons are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, chief among them the rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The American Solidarity Party likewise affirms the foundational assumption that human persons, from conception to natural death,…

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Read more The Rwandan Genocide: 24 Years Later

Following the assassination of the Rwandan president on this day in 1994, roughly 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and Hutu moderates were gruesomely hacked to death in a carefully organized program of genocide lasting for nearly 3 months. That the slaughter was meticulously planned over a number of years by radical Hutu leaders is both undeniable and…

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Read more On the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“This is what is going to happen to me also. I keep telling you, this is a sick society.” – Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to his wife Coretta Scott King after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated 50 years ago today on April…

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