Broadcaster Lowell "Bud" Paxson yesterday contradicted statements from Senator John McCain's presidential campaign that the senator did not meet with Paxson or his lobbyist before sending two controversial letters to the Federal Communi
Ralph Nader on Sunday announced a fresh bid for the White House, criticizing the top contenders as too close to big business and dismissing the possibility that his third-party candidacy could tip the election to Republicans.
"Does the grist choose the mill, the rabbit the hawk, the innocent 12-year-old Atlantic City orphan girl the lusty mob of beefy, drunk, vacationing coal-oil sales-men? They do not, and neither do the Citizens choose their Leaders."
Significant is the seriously misleading statements that McCain made when denying key parts of the NYT story. One of the central claims of that story was that Paxson Communications, a major McCain contributor and provider of jet travel.
A sworn deposition that Sen. John McCain gave in a lawsuit more than five years ago appears to contradict one part of a sweeping denial that his campaign issued this week to rebut a New York Times story about his ties to a Washington lobbyist.
The FEC is investigating John McCain for possibly misleading them so that he could get a loan from them back when his candidacy was struggling at the beginning of the campaign. John McCain may get stuck with the $85 million limitation that public fin
A federal indictment in Arizona accuses Renzi and two former business partners of conspiring to promote the sale of land that buyers could swap for property owned by the federal government. The sale netted one of Renzi's former partners $4.5 mill
With Texas now at the forefront of alternative energy, the city's Nov. 13 presidential energy summit will focus on not only traditional oil and gas but also power from wind, biofuels, fuel cells and nuclear and solar energy.
McCain has relied on lobbyists to run his campaigns. Since a cash crunch last summer, several of them -- including his campaign manager, Rick Davis, who represented companies before Mr. McCain's Senate panel -- have been working without pay, a gi
Weeks before the NY Times released the McCain-Iseman story, EllaLohan was leaving comments on McCain campaign videos around the Internet such as "Ask McCain about Vicki Iseman. I dare you..." How did she know? Who is the mysterious EllaLoha
"I will stay in as long as my supporters want me to," Paul promised. "And I say as long as the number of volunteers continues to grow, and the money comes in, and there are primaries out there, and they want me to be involved, I am goi
A friend writes: "Loved the article on Chris Peden. As a Houston native I've watched this guy for a while. He's as big of an opportunist as they come. That's how he went from praising Paul to attacking him in a few short months. He s
Now that the Ron Paul revolution is effectively over, the time has come for a levelheaded assessment of the pluses and minuses of the single largest movement that modern libertarianism has ever engaged in.
Hillary Clinton-Huma Abedin, Barack Obama-Larry Sinclair, John Edwards-Rielle Hunter and now John McCain and Vicki Iseman. Links to over 40 stories about scandals involving 2008 Presidential contenders. Ron Paul is noticeably absent.
John McCain follows the usual “family values” profile of Republican social climbers. He divorced first wife Carol in April 1980 and married Cindy one month later. Infidelity? Hell no!… they were just “friends.” Cindy who is 18 years younger than John
Minutes after we posted this story, it shot to #1 on Google News--and all information about Vicki Iseman disappeared from the Alcalde & Fay website where she worked. But not before we copied it, pictures and all, for this story
The story is not whether John McCain did or did not have an affair with a woman 30 years his junior. The story is that a telecom lobbyist had a relationship with a Senator when her client had business before his committee.
Mayor Bloomberg charged that "fraud" was behind the unofficial results in the New York Democratic presidential primary that produced zero votes for Barack Obama in 78 districts. "Call it significant undercounting, I guess that's a
Polls show Dr. Ron Paul falling behind relatively unknown challenger Chris Peden in his District endangering his congressional seat in Tuesday's Texas primary. [Getting you ready for more election fraud.]
Ron Paul vowed to stay in the race after yesterday's primaries. He also is organizing help for other candidates running as "Ron Paul Republicans". Oh, and the "Hotties 4 Ron Paul" calendar is sold out. Will there be more?
Larry Sinclair's video allegations concerning sex and drugs shared by him and Obama in 1999 have been under a MSM blackout. Sinclair's federal lawsuit against Obama and others for harassment also has been ignored by the MSM "watchdogs.*
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