Over 8000 young adults!
From global warming to tax cuts, John McCain's has opposed conservatives. And libertarians aren't too keen on him, either.
3 Part YouTube of speech that played on Fox News
Think that the Bad Guys will face Ron Paul when he'll have to be given more time to fill the hour?
Dr. Ron Paul gave his presidential candidacy speech to the Conservative Political Action Committee today. Here is the video recordings of that great speech speech in three parts. A preview of the 2008 GOP Convention speech?
Audio of Ron Paul's passionate address to CPAC 2008.
Donald L. Luskin on Fox Business Network before things were _explained_ to him I imagine. A day after this praise of Ron Paul he goes to McCain's camp :) Then we hear of support from Doug (Bush Empire flunky) Wead,... The bad guys are wor
Romney says that if he stays in the race he will only be making it easier for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to win — and since they both want to retreat from fighting terrorists, he cannot be a part of helping them win the White House
How’s that for an endorsement?
Donald Luskin informed us today that he is stepping down as an economic advisor to Ron Paul and signing on to the John McCain campaign.
Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, has not let an overall distant finish in his party’s primaries and caucuses on Tuesday put a dent in his presidential aspirations. In fact, his campaign says he walked away with a prize.
John McCain may have it easier than he expected today when he commandeers the podium at CPAC this afternoon. Conservatives from all over will predictably fill the room to the brim to listen to what the now GOP front-runner has to say, despite a hate/
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee’s campaign said Thursday the former governor will continue his campaign for the Republican nomination even now that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has left the race.
``In this time of war, I simply cannot let my campaign be a part of aiding a surrender to terror,'' Romney said in a speech to the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington.
And then there were 3,... for now. (Romney's _suspension_ allows him to control delegates and for him to return after McCain implodes (count on it). This whole dog and pony show is all about Clinton)
I never thought I would post an Ann Coulter column. But here it is. Read in her own words what many of you have heard. Coulter's promise that if John McCain wins the GOP nomination, she supports the democrat nominee. Like there is a difference.
Ron Paul won more delegates than any other at the Missoula County Republican Caucus. Despite the now obviously high levels of support, [we] did not run a single article on Paul, nor did we include him in our election prediction scorecard.
A third party run by Paul could relegate the GOP to the political graveyard, where it would take its place alongside the Whigs, the Know-Nothings, and the Greenback Party.
The illusions end and the Revolution begins.
Updated delegate totals for candidates in both parties. Also, primaries and caucuses in the next seven days.
Officially, Christine Smith. However, of 80,000 ballots cast, only 13,750 went to candidates on the ballot. The rest went to write-in candidates but won't be counted since no one filed as a write-in candidate.
People [arrived] at polling places across Virginia expecting to vote in presidential primaries that are still a week away.
Elections offices across the state are reporting hundreds of calls from voters wanting to know where they can vote [however] Florida already had its presidential primary -- last week. [UCF Political Science Professor blames voters]
Libertarian presidential candidate Christine Smith's strong support among Californians and California Libertarians was shown on Super Tuesday when she received an overwhelming victory over all other Libertarian candidates. (Paid for by Christine
I had no idea what to expect. I just brought my camera along after all the videos I've been seeing on here lately. Glad I did. ( My Wif
Voters registered as Independent, accustomed to voting in primary elections, are prevented by statute from voting in Arizona's Presidential Preference Election. [Maricopa spokes-bureaucrat blames voters]
The Motor Vehicle Division service renews licenses and accepts address changes electronically. But drivers making those changes do not receive a new updated license to present as voter identification.
There was only one clear winner in the confusing GOP nominating contest and it was not John McCain. The winner was Ron Paul. And the effects of his win will be felt for years to come.
Super Tuesday turned into super confusion for many voters participating in Arizona's presidential primary as frustrating questions arose about party registration, mail-in ballots and polling places. [Maricopa spokes-bureaucrat blames voters]
Ron Paul Dead? Ron Paul R3VOLution Dead? I don't think so.