A recap of the last year: While the other potential presidential candidates were positioning themselves in various ways for potential runs for Campaign 2012, we were already hard at the campaign. (I declared for 2012 five minutes after the polls closed in Alaska for Campaign 2008. I mean why wait, right?) Last year our tours spanned some 10,000 miles. We campaigned in: Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina… We were featured in such newspapers as the LaGrange News in Georgia, the Amarillo Globe News in Texas, Wiki News… I gave my “State of the Union” address at the University of Notre Dame. The talk was sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns at the university and actually was the night of President Obama’s “State of the Union” address. (Incidentally, the talks were decidedly different.) During the last year, we continued to do even more cross-country research for a rather extensive set of position papers. And one of these position papers (on Native American issues) was featured in a Cengage Learning college text book: Opposing View Points — Social Justice. Our essay argued for a series of amends to Native Americans. It ran opposite of Michael Reagan’s. He argued against amends. (Reagan is the son of the late President Reagan and is a conservative talk show host). We are currently in Atlanta, Georgia, for the winter where we are volunteering at an outreach for the homeless, updating our website, and preparing for the next series of campaign tours. And so it goes for our fourth successive run for president.