Author: christopherkeller

On the Pardon of Sheriff Arpaio

The American Solidarity party stands for the rule of law, the dignity of all, and the use of the legal system to promote and protect that human dignity. This fundamental stance forces us to speak out against the Presidential pardon of former Maricopa County Sheriff Joseph Arpaio. This pardon promotes and protects unlawful discrimination. The…

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Travel Bans

June 27, 2017 The American Solidarity Party affirms the responsibility of governments to protect citizens, but we believe that national security can be reconciled with compassion for those fleeing violence and persecution. We appreciate the Supreme Court’s ruling to allow certain individuals to continue arriving, but we remain gravely concerned by the President’s ongoing efforts…

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Healthcare Statement

Statement on Senate Bill “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” June 27th, 2017 The American Solidarity Party believes that universal access to affordable, essential health care services is fundamental to securing every person’s right to life and human dignity from conception to natural death. While we recognize that there are a variety of viable systems…

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Principled Resistance

The American Solidarity Party stands for a consistently pro-life political program dedicated to defending human life and dignity from conception to natural death. We stand for a politics of solidarity, particularly with the poor and vulnerable, expressed as much as possible through decentralized, interpersonal methods. This consistent, broad, whole life approach provides a unique and…

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Response to Executive order on migrants and refugees

On January 28th, 2017, the American Solidarity Party released this statement in solidarity with refugees and others impacted by President Trump’s recent executive actions on migration. ​ President Trump recently signed an executive order that bans the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for at least 90 days, even if they…

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Hon. Neil M. Gorsuch Nomination to Supreme Court

American Solidarity Party Responds to the Nomination of the Hon. Neil M. Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania—The American Solidarity Party (ASP) today responded to the nomination, by President Trump of Judge Neil M. Gorsuch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit to fill the vacant seat…

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Dylan Roof and right to life

This month millions will continue to speak out against the 1973 Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade by using the anniversary of the decision to participate in Walk for Life and March for Life events across the nation. This incredible show of support for the dignity of human life is one that the American…

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Response to the Dakota Access Pipeline Standoff

By Mike Maturen In recent weeks, our country has been faced with yet another standoff between the government and her citizens. Like so many before this one, violence has ensued. With the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy, there are many sides to the issue, and all of them are complicated and seemingly inexorably intertwined. The sides…

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COLORADO BALLOT ACCESS

The American Solidarity Party has successfully placed its presidential candidate, Mike Maturen and his running mate Juan Muñoz of Texas on the ballot in Colorado. Todd Lowman, the chair of the American Solidarity Party of Colorado, praised the Colorado Secretary of State’s office for its responsiveness, allowing the party to finish raising funds for the…

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