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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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Radical Gardeners Wanted, Part 2 Party Activities, Political Philosophy

Radical Gardeners Wanted, Part 2

May 5, 2019

Amar Patel is the Vice Chair of the American Solidarity Party and director of Social Media. Americans don’t want more politicians. Over 100 million adults did not vote in the 2016 presidential election. “None of the Above” could have won by a landslide. Too many people have to hold their noses and vote for the…

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Read more Radical Gardeners Wanted: Part 1 Party Activities, Political Philosophy

Radical Gardeners Wanted: Part 1

May 3, 2019

Amar Patel is the Vice Chair of the American Solidarity party and Director of Social Media. Have you ever felt passionate about a cause and jumped in with both feet, only to wonder why none of your friends or family dared to take the plunge with you? I find this to be a specific stumbling…

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Read more Member Perspectives: The Need for Healthcare Reform Justice, Life

Member Perspectives: The Need for Healthcare Reform

April 22, 2019

The strength of the American Solidarity Party will always be our passionate defense of our four principles of respect for life, social justice, environmental stewardship, and a more peaceful world. However, it can also come from how we respectfully argue our positions on other issues that challenge our communities. Here, ASP member Maria Reynolds-Weir offers…

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Read more Member Perspectives: The Economics of Poverty Culture, Justice

Member Perspectives: The Economics of Poverty

April 22, 2019

The strength of the American Solidarity Party will always be our passionate defense of our four principles of respect for life, social justice, environmental stewardship, and a more peaceful world. However, it can also come from how we respectfully argue our positions on other issues that challenge our communities. Here, ASP member Sarah Field offers…

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Read more ASP Vice-Chair Amar Patel Appears on Catholic Radio Party Activities

ASP Vice-Chair Amar Patel Appears on Catholic Radio

March 29, 2019

by Skylar Covich On Monday, March 25, American Solidarity Party National Committee vice-chair Amar Patel (who is also a member of the American Solidarity Party of Illinois state committee) appeared on The Drew Mariani Show, a late-afternoon program broadcast on Relevant Radio, a Catholic radio network. Patel discussed the history of the ASP, Catholic social…

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Read more Announcing My Candidacy for Mayor of Bowdon, Georgia Candidates & Campaigns

Announcing My Candidacy for Mayor of Bowdon, Georgia

March 29, 2019

by Logan Jackson I have been a member of the American Solidarity Party since August of 2016, and I am currently the vice chairman of the Georgia chapter of the ASP. What inspired me to join the ASP is that I love that we are looking for the common good and that we use common…

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Read more Religious Freedom and Public Service Political Philosophy

Religious Freedom and Public Service

March 22, 2019

Those for whom the dogma speaks loudest are also those most qualified to serve. By Tai-Chi Kuo, JD, CSM, CSPO American Solidarity Party National Committee, Vice-Treasurer American Solidarity Party–Illinois, Vice-Chairman In February of this year, the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America penned a letter to Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA),…

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Read more Civil Asset Forfeiture: When Law Enforcement Agencies Become Highway Robbers Justice

Civil Asset Forfeiture: When Law Enforcement Agencies Become Highway Robbers

March 22, 2019

By Eric Anton, National Committee Member There is a general perception in the United States that the law enforcement community exists to protect and serve the general population. Indeed, this reputation is largely deserved; I contrast this with the experiences of many in other countries where the police are largely seen as dishonorable pests to…

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Read more Against Leeroy Jenkins-ism: Solidarity and Subsidiarity on the World Stage Peace, Political Philosophy

Against Leeroy Jenkins-ism: Solidarity and Subsidiarity on the World Stage

March 21, 2019

By Patrick Harris American Solidarity Party National Committee, Secretary Subsidiarity is one of the concepts that gets thrown around a lot in discussions of Christian democratic politics—for good reason, to be sure. Different forms and levels of governance exist for different purposes, and higher levels should support, not supplant, lower forms. Ordinarily, this principle is…

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Read more Presidential Candidate Spotlight – Joe Schriner Candidates & Campaigns

Presidential Candidate Spotlight – Joe Schriner

March 21, 2019

It started in 1990. I felt a spiritual calling to leave my profession, my home—I was a mental health counselor in private practice in suburban Cleveland—and go on the road. I did. This was the start of an eight-year, 150,000 mile research journey across America. From town to town, and quite serendipitously, I would meet…

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