The first and second print issues of Third Party Independent are online, the third is in the works, and the website is up and running. The site is set up as an open community blogging platform like those that are common in the Republican and Democratic blogosphere. My hope is that creating a space and forum where Independents and third party supporters from across the political spectrum can gather en masse to share ideas and discuss current events will help to facilitate the growth and development of the independent and third party movement, and provide us with more visibility on the web. A fair number of people have already joined the site, but very few are posting there as of yet. Today, I'd like to extend an invitation to friends, readers and allies in the third party and independent blogosphere to check out the site and consider signing up as bloggers. You can crosspost articles from your own blog(s), share snippets of news items that you think would be of interest to independents and third party supporters, or publish original content.
Please also consider linking to this post and spreading the word.
Aside from myself, a few others have begun publishing to the site. Among them is Liberal Arts Dude. Long time readers may recall that LAD retired from blogging after he became Liberal Arts Dad, but the new site and the energy of Occupy Wall Street have lured him back into the blogosphere. Be sure to check out his recent posts there, beginning with his first, entitled, "How #Occupy Wall Street Gave Me My Groove Back."