[It is no surprise. It is not news. But it is official. The NRA never met a back stabbing Republican it couldn't endorse.] The endorsement comes despite differences with McCain on campaign finance restrictions and gun show rules
Author's Note: This article is a rewrite of last week's article on Philip J. Berg's lawsuit to force Barack Obama to produce a certified copy of his original birth certificate.
"You and I together will confront the $10 trillion debt the federal government has run up and balance the federal budget by the end of my term in office," he said. "Across this country, this is the agenda I have set before my uhoh!
Ron Paul is on the ballot in Montana as the Constitution Party's candidate for President of the United States.
Presidential candidates from ALL parties have been invited to a debate on Restore The Republic Radio OCT 9th at 9 p.m. (eastern). Let's just see who will participate. Hopefully hard questions and even better REAL answers will be given by those in
Just when the low-rent McCain-Palin tactics against Obama have disgusted me to the point of helping decide my vote, Obama's supporters are hammering McCain over an absolutely harmless comment he made during last night's debate.
A former Gallup pollster says CNN’s “audience reaction” graphic during the debate is entertainment, not polling. David W. Moore says CNN uses “junk science” in relying on the hand-held audience reaction meters.
The government of Kenya is holding WND senior staff reporter Jerome Corsi in custody after police picked him up at his hotel just prior to a scheduled news conference in which he planned to announce the findings of his investigation into Barack Obama
(No Comment,... other than to say that I am certain there is a McCain version out there, or coming)
Now the Chicago Sun-Times reports that Palin may appear on Saturday Night Live herself, potentially to make fun of Fey's American Express commercials.
Whether you like McCain or not, you might want to email this to a friend: Great video from a young, poor, black--Republican? Welcome to McCain Burger, I'm voting McCain-Palin. A defense of conservative viewpoints from an unlikely source.
Sarah Palin calls attention to the curious connection between Barack Obama and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers. The AP’s Douglass K. Daniel, in effect, calls Palin a racist and a liar. CNN “fact checks” Palin’s claim Obama and Ayers were “pals” as fals
The ties between between Bill Ayers, Barack Obama, FactCheck.org, and the Annenberg Challenge.
Sen. Biden and Gov. Palin go head to head (SNL: TIna Fey)
The former Democratic congresswoman from Georgia who now is the Green Party's candidate for president has claimed the government killed 5,000 prison inmates during Hurricane Katrina, dumping their bodies in a Louisiana swamp
Democrats were far more vocal in crediting Obama’s intervention than Republicans were in acknowledging McCain's role.
Joe Biden has said many things the last 35 years. These might be his 25 greatest quotes. Compare them with what he said last night in the vice-presidential debate.
In my opinion, the main reason that Constitutionalists and Conservatives keep losing ground year after year, election after election, is because of the doctrine of the “lesser of two evils.”
John McCain is pulling out of Michigan, according to two Republicans, a stunning move a month away from Election Day that indicates the difficulty Republicans are having in finding blue states to put in play.
Watch this video and see if you can make sense of it.
McCain has urged the Bush administration to bypass the will of Congress and invoke executive orders to pass the bailout bill, along with a further $1 trillion dollar spend on buying up bad mortgage debt. Watch the video for yourself.
RENO, Nev. (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is calling for Americans to get behind attempts to salvage a $700 billion rescue plan for the financial sector.
"John McCain made the morning show rounds today. On Fox they were virtually begging him to 'suspend' his campaign again in the wake of the bailout failure yesterday on the Hill. You know, since it worked out so well...
Republican Sen. John McCain [responding to similar Obama proposal] backed increasing the limit on bank deposits guaranteed by the federal government [actually the taxpayers] to $250,000 from its current level of $100,000.
Here Spoon tells us that McBush's team--i.e., Karl Rove and his henchpersons-- have their plan in place to steal this next election: by 51.2% of the popular vote, and three electoral votes.
Mitt Romney, McCain's erstwhile rival for the Republican nomination, said the deal on a Wall Street bailout worth up to 700 billion dollars would never have happened without the Arizona senator. [oh, this is good stuff]
At the first presidential debate, the candidates of the Left-Right Party Ra’ed the bailout, Ra’ed the war, and Boom-di-A’ed the Warfare-Welfare State of America.