A coalition of civil rights groups launched a campaign urging presidential candidates to sign an "American Freedom Pledge" rejecting torture, detention without trial and warrantless wire-tapping.
Around 130,000 people have signed a petit
Ron Paul Radio will be the ultimate source of information and hub for discussion of the Ron Paul 2008 Presidential Campaign. Ron Paul Radio will chronicle the progress of the amazing firestorm of popular support for Dr. Ron Paul's presidential bi
Ron Paul's Presidential campaign continues to rule the roost in online polling. How much longer will it be before either the mainstream media provide the kind of coverage the campaign deserves or before darker forces emerge.
Some people think that government can fight wars in Iraq and Afghanistan while remaining limited and unintrusive at home. Conservatives dubiously insist that a robustly interventionist foreign policy can coexist with a free-market domestic policy. Bu
Joshua Frank, co-editor of DissidentVoice.org and author of "Left-Out!: How Liberals Helped Re-elect George W. Bush", discusses the impending global tyranny of a Hillary Clinton administration, her association with war criminals, the sad fa
At least I think she was coming out against U.S. military intervention. Asked if U.S. troops should be sent to Darfur, the New York senator made a valiant effort to dodge the question by declaiming about sanctions, divestment and UN peacekeepers. But
Former U.S. Senator Fred Thompson convincingly won the Georgetown County Republican Party presidential primary straw poll today with 46% of the votes, while second place finisher Congressman Ron Paul had 18% and
Presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton told college Democrats on Saturday she would create a national academy to train public servants. "I'm going to be asking a new generation to serve," she said. "I think just like our m
During the Democratic debate in South Carolina, I heard something I never expected to hear: Hillary Clinton coming out against US military intervention. At least I think she was coming out against US military intervention.
[BRING IT ON!] Ron Paul, a congressman from Texas, delivered a tirade against his version of neoconservatism. He called it "Neo-Conned!" A considerable part of it is devoted to his version of my writings, and is so inaccurate, so dis
Republican congressman from Texas(and 1988 Libertarian Party presidential candidate) Ron Paul seems to be doing pretty good for libertarianism these days. He's gotten more press exposure and more Internet buzz than any libertarian
In the "What Else Can Go Wrong Department", reports indicated that the uncanny Rhode Island nursing home cat that foresees death, is said to have been curling up next to newspaper campaign photos of Senator John McCain (R-AZ).
A very new YouTube user named dontvotefortop has produced a new video casting the Bush-Clinton dynasty as a regime that needs to be removed. As Peter Hauck writes over at our sister blog, PrezVid.com, "for the theme of Bush-Clinton-Bush-Clinton
This Web site allows you to follow the money trail of campaign bundlers – or people who funnel money to campaigns – as they collect thousands, and sometimes even millions, of dollars from other people for the 2008 presidential candidates.
Like many of his often-grandiose propositions, his dream of a new-and-improved stadium was not realized while he was in office, though Giuliani did manage to approve a $21 million rent reduction for the Yankees, thus making the Yankees' sweathear
In Michigan, proxies for 3 leading Republican candidates are fighting a back room battle over the state's 2008 Republican primary. Mediating is state party chair Saul Anuzis, who negotiates between the Michigan Republicans and the presidential ca
A lawsuit was filed Thursday against former Gov. Mike Huckabee that accuses the Republican presidential hopeful of breaking state law when his adminstration destroyed government-owned hard drvies as he left office in January.
HIs campaign's sorry state isn't just a setback for the candidate. It's a sign that the country won't listen to a military man running for president - at a time when it matters most. (Really, Paul is a military man. Maybe it's
The economy may be playing second fiddle to the Iraq war, but pocketbook issues are emerging as important voter concerns. Polls show strong undercurrents of public anxiety about healthcare, gasoline prices, and the effects of global competition.
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