For a candidate who frequently accuses President Obama of kowtowing to the international community, Mitt Romney’s aides sure have an optimistic view of the global justice system.
Last month I got a job that pays well enough that I will owe federal income taxes. This means that for the first time in my life, Governor Mitt Romney actually cares about me. In my first two decades, I was a student.
A made-for-television movie about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, backed by an Obama fundraiser, was re-cut to make the president look stronger and remove a scene showing a cowardly Mitt Romney’s opposition to hunting down bin Laden
ABC Ch. 15 news in Phoenix gives the U.S. Representative, Dist. 9 (Arizona) candidates 5 min. to answer 4 questions from a few viewers.
CNBC's John Harwood reports tonight's debate audience is made up of uncommitted voters from the New York area; and Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) of The House Financial Services Committee, provides perspective on both presidential candidates ahead of the debat
Putting these pieces together, clearly President Obama is in electoral trouble. To be sure, he enjoys some advantages. First, Obama’s successful campaign in 2008 gives him a substantial leg up. He can lose some states that he carried four years ago w
Two party agreement stultifies debates and encroaches on open democracy, say critics
Bain Capital is a product of the Great Deformation. It has garnered fabulous winnings through leveraged speculation in financial markets that are perverted and deformed by decades of money printing and Wall Street coddling by the Fed.
Neo Con Friends think Mitten's is going to win.... Polls have Obama down... - I think Americans are that stupid and they will vote for Mittens because Reporters have told them who they want everyone to vote for with the "polls".
Ernest Hancock joins Gary Franchi (The Reality Report) to discuss Obama vs. Romney, and how they are the same...2nd Half of Video Archive Loaded (first half interrupted by internet being shut off due to TROJAN detection security threat...hmmmm
Second City’s latest parody video –Behind The Scenes At The Paul Ryan Workout Shoot– satirizes the now-infamous Time Magazine photo feature Paul Ryan: All Pumped Up for His Closeup.
Former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, the outspoken Pennsylvania centrist whose switch from Republican to Democrat ended a 30-year career in which he played a pivotal role in several Supreme Court nominations, died Sunday. He was 82.
While you're watching the debates on cable and network television, there's another outlet making election coverage interactive, and it's not an app.
Google says the 'completely wrong' image results are 'natural' – not a deliberate jab at Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Political news is big on Google, but the search engine rarely becomes the focus of a political story.
Sarah Palin took vice presidential debate moderator Martha Raddatz to task for allowing Vice President Joe Biden to “run roughshod” over Paul Ryan.
Evidence reveals Romney consultant at center of GOP Voter Registration Fraud Scandal still working for Repubs in 7 10 states
After this morning's surprisingly positive jobless claims number was released, three things happened:
The Houston Chronicle posted their weekly report on Saturday detailing their top 10 most popular articles of the week.
Libertarian Marc Victor elbowed his way into the conversation Wednesday night, repeatedly needling Republican Rep. Jeff Flake over his hallmark accomplishment during his dozen years in Congress: killing the practice of earmarks.
The two rivals also traded barbs over earmarks -- Flake's signature issue -- and bringing home federal dollars to Arizona, as well as other topics. (and that damn Libertarian Marc Victor was there too talk'n about real issues and stuff)
Ron Paul supporters were treated fairly, everyone.
The Cheshire County Candidates Forum will be held October 16 at 2pm in the Ruth Huntress Auditorium of the Keene Public Library. A total of 27 candidates from 3 parties were invited, 9 candidates have accepted the invitation to attend.
Both national and swing-state polls are beginning to tighten in the presidential race between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
"I obviously haven't announced in support for Romney, so that means that's very unlikely," Paul said. "And I don't think anybody think's I'm going to vote for Obama. So it's back to that frustration level in not seeing a dramatic choice in how the sy
Well, as expected, neither Obama nor Romney talked about the fourth branch of government in their programmed first “debate.” Also as expected, the great intellect of a media moderator didn’t ask about the fourth branch.
Dr Ron Paul said, "Some will be angry at the Republicans for the way they retreated at the convention and they might not show up.
In the back and forth in Wednesday night’s presidential debate over tax breaks to energy companies, Republican nominee Mitt Romney argued that President Obama’s grants and tax breaks to renewable energy companies equalled 50 years of the tax breaks t
Various agencies of the federal police apparatus shut down the city's main interstate highway for hours so no one could get close enough to threaten the life of the 2 great deities currently exchanging talking points at the University of Denver.
Out of control.