These past few weeks have provided an unfortunate opportunity to discuss inflation. The dollar index has reached new all-time lows. The total money supply, M3, as calculated by private sources, is growing at a disturbing 17% rate. The Fed is
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John McCain have diagnosed the swooning economy and come up with rival plans to revive it. One will get a chance to try to sell their proposal to Congress as president. [3 plans, no difference, print money]
Back in January, Third Party Watch covered the "Ron Paul Billionaire" thread. The story: A billionaire wished to mount a parallel campaign to augment Ron Paul’s official campaign for president. I now confirm the story is correct.
Hawaii newspaper accounts of people who worked with Barack Obama's grandmother recall quite different memories of her relationship with blacks than Obama's.
While Clinton's and Obama's health care plans attract attention, Obama's plan for public education largely goes unnoticed. National Health Care is on his first term agenda. Is National Public Education on his second?
Where does this country's financial future lie? Presidential Candidate Congressman Dr. Ron Paul warns what lies ahead for our country if we maintain the status quo. Congressman Paul portends economic collapse soon.
Mike Gravel may have some competition! The presidential candidate, who yesterday ditched the Democrats for the Libertarian party, will now have to face off against former Congressman Bob Barr.
Barack Obama blamed lobbyists, greedy businessmen and complacent Washington politicians for creating “an ethic of greed” that led to today’s foreclosure crisis. Then he attended a fundraiser held at the headquarters of Credit Suisse
There used to be an organization for people who believed in a truly limited government — limited taxes, limited spending, limited interference in individual lives and limited intervention in foreign affairs --- known as the Republican Party.
Time to listen to Texas Congressman Ron Paul, the lone voice of reason in Congress who’s got to feel like he’s shouting into a field of cotton with his repeated warnings about the dangers of a collapsing dollar, while the administration goes AWOL on
"Someone like Condi Rice doesn't go to Grover Norquist's den to talk about the Annapolis Middle East peace process. She's going to secure her future in Republican politics and to position herself as a 'potential' VP candidate
Former Alaska Sen. Mike Gravel announced on Wednesday that he is folding his hapless campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination and running for the Libertarian Party nod instead.
John McCain called for a new "League of Democracies'' to advance western values and said he'd explore a free-trade agreement with the European Union in a speech outlining his foreign policy positions. [Regurgitate Woodrow Wilson ...
Although Ron Paul may be mathematically out of contention for the Republican nomination, from what I can tell, he has inspired more do-it-yourself campaign graphics than any of the leading contenders from either party.
"But even if Paul's ideological purity is never going to get him to the White House, it does help illuminate the impurities — and sometimes the hypocrisies — of today's Republicans"
John McCain's personal fortune traces back to organized crime in Arizona, through his father-in-law, according the Investigative Reporters and Editors reporters Amy Silverman and John Doherty, writing in the Phoenix New Times, note that the fathe
Welcome to the dark side, friends, where truth and illusion blend seamlessly in a battle for a power so vast that it seems you can get away with saying (or better yet, implying) anything.
(Publisher's note: I am constantly quizzed on the effect Ron Paul is going to have on the Republican National Convention. This article is a sample of what is happening across the country,... Right Now. And the LSM (L=Lame) knows NOTHING)
Ron Paul on CNBC's Kudlow & Company 3-20-08 7pm est discusses why we should abolish the Federal Reserve
Ron Paul sits down with George Noory for about 35 minutes (after the commercial breaks were cut out) to discuss his campaign and the issues affecting America today. He also answers callers questions in the second segment. (MP3)
John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee said the economy issue "is not something I've understood as well as I should." "If I'm the Democratic National Committee, I'm taking that sound bite and using it over and over
Republican presidential candidate John McCain has condemned the influence of "special interest lobbyists," yet dozens of lobbyists have political and financial ties to his presidential campaign — particularly from telecommunications compani
Hillary: "I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base." [. . . or not.]
Hillary Clinton proposed several remedies to the nation's home mortgage problems including tort reform. "Many mortgage companies are reluctant to help families restructure their mortgages because they're afraid of being sued
5 years ago last week, the US military's "shock and awe" campaign lit up the Baghdad sky. 5 years later, with hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and 4000 Americans dead, we should pause and reflect on just what has been gained and what ha
First the Obama Girl. Then the Paul Girl. Now . . . Ooouch!
51-second video of what candidate Obama says are his plans for the U.S. military. Deep cuts in nuclear development and missile defense are two.
ARLINGTON, Va. — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul has satisfied the ballot requirements for all U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico as of yesterday, March 20, 2008.
Sen. John McCain has officially broken the limits imposed by the presidential public financing system, having spent $58.4 million on his primary effort. Those committed to public financing can spend no more than $54 million on their primary bid.
Peter Schiff schools Glenn ‘Alchie’ Beck: