Sen. John McCain's media team has resigned, an indication that a campaign shake-up two weeks ago is continuing to backfire and further imperil the Arizona Republican's presidential candidacy. Political ad-makers Russ Schriefer
For those not paying close attention, and others simply in denial, it is worth taking a moment to review just how bleak life has become for members of the Grand Old Party. Last fall Republicans were swept from power in both houses of Congress.
Poorly funded physician Paul Broun scored a shocking victory over state Sen. Jim Whitehead, the establishment's consensus favorite. Broun's victory has "terrified incumbent Republican House members who thought themselves safe for re-elec
Max takes a camera and microphone to the 2007 College Republican National Convention and interviews the youthful pachyderms about the war . . . and why they are not serving. Ah, why am I not serving? Ah, . . . who are you again? Security!
An indication of the indignation with [congressional] Republican leaders came from a Georgia special election Tuesday, in which 2 Republicans ran against one another. Broun emphasized a Ron Paul-like commitment to "work to restore government acc
With the war in Iraq roiling Congress, antiwar groups are targeting dozens of lawmakers – many facing tough reelection races in 2008 – in a bid to peel off enough Republicans to force President Bush to end the war there.
With the war in Iraq roiling Congress, antiwar groups are targeting dozens of lawmakers - many facing tough reelection races in 2008 - in a bid to peel off enough Republicans to force President Bush to end the war there. Organizers claim that breaks
Many individuals wonder why they even bother to vote. There never seems to be anyone to vote for. One constantly hears about voting for the lesser of two evils. However, even when one votes for the lesser of two evils the country still winds up wi
(I think Mr. Grigg would exclude Ron Paul from this) Former Republican Sen. Rick Santorum made the grand crusade against "Islamic fascism" the central focus of his unsuccessful 2006 re-election effort. On numerous occasions the preening Ke
Rudy Giuliani emerged as the winner in the GOP presidential money contest this quarter, raising more and spending less than both of his leading rivals. Mitt Romney tapped his personal wealth for a $6.5 million loan and John McCain's campaign
Joseph Murtagh of the Muckraker Report asks Ron Paul questions others have not. This in depth and thoughtful exchange will help many undecided voters better understand where Ron Paul stands. [read more]
Sometimes opinions should embarrass the owner; this is just one of those times.
The big question right now among Republicans is how to remove Vice-President Cheney from office. Even before this week's blockbuster series in The Post, discontent in Republican ranks was rising. As the reported architect of the war of Iraq, Ch
We're witnessing the dawning of the Age of Agnosticism in American politics. It's long overdue. Until recently, our major parties enjoyed a presumption they represented the best in modern political thinking and the interests of individual Ame
The House and Senate, Democrats made voters promise after promise. They promised to end the war in Iraq. They promised to expand federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. They promised to lower prescription drug prices for seniors and raise t
A new national poll indicates rural Americans are no longer reliably Republican, and the Bush adminstration's conduct of the war in Iraq seems mainly to blame. People from the nation's smallest places had the biggest impact in the last two p
The Republican National Committee, hit by a grass-roots donors' rebellion over President Bush's immigration policy, has fired all 65 of its telesolicitors. [Outsourcing to India?]
Fred Dalton Thompson is planning to enter the presidential race over the 4th of July holiday, announcing that week that he has already raised several million dollars and is being backed by insiders from the past 3 GOP adminstrations. (Yawn)
This documentary examines Giuliani's rise to power, his policies and his so-called turnaround of New York City.
The United Republicans of California (UROC) have unanimously endorsed Congressman Ron Paul for president of the US. UROC, formed in 1963 to support Barry Goldwater, represents the traditional conservative wing of the California GOP.
This is a great compilation of videos and quotes from Ron Paul. Quite inspiring. I know this should be unbiased, but anyone with a brain who doesn't support this man, well, you passed the indoctrination centers with flying colors.
According to the AP, Rudy Giuliani's consulting firm had a number of clients which could present a conflict of interest if he were elected President. In addition, News Corp, the parent company of Fox News, a co-sponsor of last Tuesday's GOP
According to the AP, Rudy Giuliani's consulting firm represented a number of clients that could present a conflict of interest if he were elected President. In addition, News Corp, Fox News' parent company was also a client of Giuliani's
According to the AP, Rudy Giuliani's consulting firm represented a number of clients which could present a conflict of interest if he were elected President. In addition, News Corp, Fox News' parent company was also a client.
Note that Congressman Paul never said that “we” invited the 9/11 attacks. What he said, and was pointing out to his less informed opponents, the fools at Fox, and the blind zealots in the audience was historical, factual context that explains why ma
Here's a petition that you can sign to keep Dr. Paul in the debates. May not be worth anything, but I can tell in just a minute or so, 50 people signed.
Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party said Wednesday that he will try to bar Ron Paul from future GOP presidential debates due to remarks made that suggested the Sept. 11 attacks were the fault of U.S. foreign policy.
Ron Paul lays it out in this YouTube clip from the May 3, 2007 GOP Presidential debate.
THe Revolution is spreading.
Paul was the fourth candidate to pay it. Earlier, Sam Brownback, Rudy Giuliani, and John McCain had paid it. Those who don’t pay the filing fee this month will not be invited into the 2nd Republican presidential debate.