American War Veterans Spurring New Political Party: The WHIGs

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Political commentator Chuck Morse examines in his new book, the WHIG Manifesto, how American Iraqi and Afghan war veterans are organizing a new political party that is neither liberal or conservative but dedicated to fighting for a more unified country.

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The WHIGs of today seek to re-establish an American nation-state that functions in the best political and economic interests of the American businessman, worker and citizen.

Fearing modern politics is tearing at the fabric of the American system, the new party is reviving a movement that traces its roots back to the American Revolution. The party has run local and state candidates with success in Nebraska, Virginia, Massachusetts.

Mr. Morse speaks to modern-day political issues through the eyes of WHIG activists. “WHIGs expect all responsibilities not specifically given to the federal government by the Constitution to reside with the States and the people,” he said.

“The WHIGs of today seek to re-establish an American nation-state that functions in the best political and economic interests of the American businessman, worker and citizen.”

Chuck Morse is a seasoned radio talk show host, featured on CyberstationUSA.com's "The Fairness Doctrine" daily on nationwide talk stations; he authored The Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism and is a contributor to the Boston Globe, Washington Times, and other major newspapers. Mr. Morse is available for interview about why Americans have a legitimate third-party choice.

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Kris Millegan, publisher, Trineday Books (800) 556-2012
Chuck Morse (617) 271-5044
C. Brylski (504) 897-6110

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