Thursday night Stephen Colbert demonstrated that Ron Paul had gotten an incredible "Colbert Bump." A wonderfully entertaining clip!
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says if elected president, he would expand the military by 100,000 troops. He says the expansion is needed to aid rotations in Iraq. And he says improved benefits may be needed(Can you say draft)
Do you want Ron Paul to be President so much that you'd put this illuminated Quad-Vision CarTop Sign atop your automobile for 1 year so that thousands of people in your city will learn WHY he is the BEST CHOICE for AMERICA?
In other related news, 36-42% of the mixed bag of Iowa Republican precinct chairmen, alternates and delegates that were called about Paul’s campaign now say they support the Paul candidacy
Mr. Edwards, who reported this year that he had assets of nearly $30 million created a nonprofit organization with the stated mission of fighting poverty. In 2005, the organization raised $1.3 million--the main beneficiary was Mr. Edwards himself, ta
Nice audio interview.
And I thought I was going to be there by myself :)
(The hit pieces continue) The problem with Mike Bloomberg's money isn't limited to the $175 million he'll soon have officially spent in two campaigns to tell us what he wants to know about him. It's the untold millions he and his co
[The definitive chronicler.] As I wrote on Wednesday, the misnamed Iowans for Tax Relief and the Iowa Christian Alliance have chosen to exclude Ron Paul from their candidates’ forum on June 30. There is now more to report. [:-D]
State Police are investigating one of Mitt Romney's top campaign aides for allegedly impersonating a policeman by calling a Wilmington company and threatening to cite the driver of a company van for erratic driving, according to two law en
Whoa, this one is almost as good as Rudy’s coke dealer SC campaign chair story. Will Mitt Romney cut this guy loose?
The Giuliani campaign claims he quit the ISG because it became too political but Rudy really left for the reason he does almost everything--money.
In response to my anti-endorsement of Ron Paul (actually, my condemnation of the entire scam called "democracy"), several people disagreed, and in their messages implied that, though it's an uphill battle, working with
No podemos predecir sí las actuales manifestaciones de la rebelión de las bases contra las elites políticas serán vistas, en pocos años, como el presagio de algo más grande.
Presidential hopeful John Edwards said Americans should speak out against the war in Iraq this Memorial Day weekend. He also said that all young people should serve their country, "not just poor kids who get sent to war."
What if my President was selected by MySpace? It’s the nagging concern raised when young video bloggers lob questions at the Presidential candidates. CNN/Youtube debate experiment #1:
Asked good questions and let him answer. 6 min. video
We gave all attendees of our National Taxpayers Conference the ability to cast one vote in support of any of the top Republican or Democratic Presidential Candidates (official candidates, or those with exploratory committees, who are included in nati
Need help making sense of the strange week that has unfolded around New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg? Fortunately, a set of stories gets beneath the surface of the mayor's unexpected announcement and cryptic statements of recent days.
Fred Thompson, who may join the Republican presidential race, said the U.S. and its allies should consider a blockade against Iran before military action to curb the nation's nuclear ambitions.
It was a dangerous night in South Carolina: the ten candidates for the Republican nomination gathered, and a debate broke out. Damage control was swift. Party elders rushed to excommunicate the instigator. Pundits howled, bloggers convulsed: “moonbat
Republican presidential contender Rudy Giuliani said it was a mistake for him to join the Iraq Study Group, which he lasted 2 months and failed to show for any official meetings. [No wonder he never heard what Ron Paul brought up in the debate.]
The Revolution is alive and well in Utah. A video of the Utah GOP convention June 9th 2007.
An Iowa "Taxpayer Protection" group holds a forum in which all Republican candidates, except Ron Paul are invited. Paul is deliberately snubbed. The most anti-tax candidate ... see a comparison between Paul and his opponents' NTU rank
Ron Paul isn't welcome at the Iowans for Tax Relief and Iowa Christian Alliance candidates forum. Oversight? Nope. Kent Snyder from Ron Paul's campaign and Ed Failor from ITR exchange words. Lotsa them.
Chris Matthews dumps Ron Paul to discuss NY City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg dropping out of the Republicans to become an independent. Matthews expresses his opinion over the content of his "news" show--an opinion shared by many viewers.
Here's a petition that's available online regarding the Iowa Forum that is withholding a GOP invitation from presidential candidate and congressman Ron Paul(R-TX).
The Iowa Christian Alliance and Iowans for Tax Relief are co-sponsoring a Republican candidates’ forum featuring Mitt Romney, Tommy Thompson, Sam Brownback, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, and Tom Tancredo. Ron Paul, however, is to be excluded.
firstname.lastname@example.org 877-913-3600 The Ron Paul campaign just sent out an e-mail saying that the Iowans for Tax Relief will not allow Dr. Paul to participate in a debate they are co-organizing with the Iowa Christian Alliance. This seems strange, given
The Democratic presidential contenders squabbled over Iraq on Tuesday, with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton a target of criticism for her 2002 vote to authorize the war and her suggestion some U.S. troops may be there for years. The leading Democrats