"Today is a great day for American voters who are tired of the Republican and Democratic duopoly," says Anderson. "For the first time in 2012, there will be two exciting and enlightening radio programs devoted to exploring real change to our political system. Pundits claim third parties are spoilers. Think again. The two major parties have squandered our wealth, put shackles on our liberties, and together have spoiled much of what has made our country great. Tune into two shows hosted by the Progressive Radio Network (PRN) Monday evening to hear those outside the control of Wall Street money and the polarizing political power brokers."
At 6 P.M. EDT, Mitchell Rabin, host of A Better World, will moderate an "Evolutionary Political Roundtable" featuring Dennis Kucinich, Rocky Anderson, Anderson supporter Ralph Nader, and Barbara Marx Hubbard. The program is dedicated to finding solutions to transform the current political environment in the US.
This show can be heard LIVE on-line at www.abetterworld.tv. Simply click "ABW, Listen LIVE" found at the top of the Home Page.
Rocky Anderson says, "American voters deserve to hear from more than two people and two parties. Over the past four years, for good reason, 2.5 million voters have left both the Republican and Democratic parties. They are fed up with the current system controlled by the .01%. Third party candidates have a great deal to say and they will not be muzzled by the corporate billions spent to buy the election."
Immediately following A Better World, you will hear The Progressive Commentary Hour from 7-9 P.M. EDT with show host, Dr. Gary Null. He will moderate a discussion about the "two-party regime" and the common goals and constructive change third party candidates offer. Presidential Candidates Rocky Anderson (Justice Party) and Dr. Jill Stein (Green Party), plus Libertarian Party Vice-Presidential Candidate Judge James Gray, will engage in a two-hour dialogue about restoring democracy and repairing our shattered political system.
Tune into the Progressive Radio Network or listen LIVE on the Internet here at http://prn.fm/shows/political-
Anderson concludes, "Fifty-four percent of voters say they want a new political party. We're here. I invite listeners to tune in and listen to what real democracy sounds like."