Elites, whether elected or unelected, will not do anything for the good of the country. Examples abound in the national debt, immigration predicament, trade deficits, unending wars, educational failures, drug war and environmental degradation.
When Cameron failed to win the election outright in May and had to share power with Clegg’s Liberal Democrats, many feared a government as underwhelming as his election campaign. Yet, it has emerged as a radical force.
An amusing meme has popped up on the right, opposing the state education aid bill that passed last week: It's not just bad policy from big-spending Washington liberals -- it's a criminal enterprise!
Said Hess, "It is more than an honor to accept this endorsement form people who know what Liberty is and what 'Government' is supposed to be about!"
After repeated requests, his Sunday Morning speech at the 2010 Libertarian National Convention has finally been released to the public...
Mere days after the tolling of the deadline for signature challenges, they were on statewide TV—the folks seeking the Republican nomination for Governor. The free and statewide soapbox is mandated in any contested Primary election, that includes a c
Democrat Stan Greenberg and Republican Glen Bolger conducted the first public battleground poll of this election cycle. Out of 70 House districts experts regard as most likely to oust incumbents this fall, their results are bad news for Dems.
I am about to head out on the road (not to serfdom hope!) and before I do I want to issue a rallying cry to everyone that craves freedom both politically and economically. We must all at once stop identifying ourselves as Democrats and Republicans.
House Republicans are launching a new website to show their 2010 midterm policy agenda will stem directly from a conversation with Americans about what policies they think Congress should be tackling.
With little fanfare, the former governor is keeping up an aggressive campaign travel schedule and even wading into party primaries. Since the start of the year, he has stumped for gubernatorial candidates in Ohio, Alabama, Wisconsin, Nevada...
"The (unanimous) endorsement included an allocation of substantial funds for transportation costs for delegates supporting Hancock..."
Now, there is no more haughty and snobby group of conservatives than the neocons, who, in a sense, get to maintain their haughtiness and status by, curiously, backing the most dim-witted Republican available.
When the LP first began, the ex-Republicans who formed the core of Libertarian political thought, may have assumed that when their old party saw how much better their view of what should happen was, the Republicans would get their act together and th
This is a powerful video that everyone should see. Judge Napolitano is the youngest life-tenured Superior Court judge in the history of the State of New Jersey .Entered By: Barry Hess
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and U.S. Senate majority leader Harry Reid represent leadership incompetence at its zenith, its peak, its pinnacle.
Rob Bickhart, the Republican National Committee official behind the embarrassing fundraising presentation reported this week by POLITICO, has been paid at least $370,000 since last June by the RNC in salary and consulting fees. The size of Bickhart
Revelations that the Republican National Committee urged fundraisers to shake the money trees by playing on fears about President Obama and "socialism" have ignited a classic Washington kerfuffle. Democrats have dubbed the fundraising plan, conta
Pelosi “will put a bullet in the head of anyone she needs to,” a 'Democratic insider' is quoted as saying. “Rangel, any incumbent that looks like he’s going to lose. She’ll do anything it takes to keep her majority, anything.”
CPAC THE UNTOLD STORY The Neo-Conservative movement is in big trouble as Constitutional/Libertarianism- Conservatism is on the rise. CPAC-2010 straw poll numbers spell out the unpopularity of big government Neo-Conservative policies. There is more
I have a lot of respect for the libertarians like Bruce Fein and Ron Paul who took a lot of shit during the Bush years for opposing FISA, domestic spying, warrentless wiretapping, the wars and the bank bailout. It was a principled thing to do and it
There is more than a little irony in the fact that congressman Ron Paul is facing three primary challengers this year, all of them linked in some way to the Tea Party movement.
See the old fashioned conservative Arizona Republicans and the neocon Arizona Republicans go to town......
The delusional craziness of the Tea Partyists exists in direct proportion to the wimpy deceit of the government, especially in matters of money and statistics reporting. Our political leaders are resorting to wholesale deceit because the truth of our
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- First, the independent Ross Perot contingent. Then, the liberal ''netroots'' mobilization. Now, the conservative ''tea party'' coalition. No doubt this is democracy at work, a quintessential part of America. Wil
"we don't have all the answers as fallible men and women so it would be wise of us to start seeking some divine intervention again in this country, so that we can be safe and secure and prosperous again".
You might read a compelling piece, “545 PEOPLE” by Charlie Reese that explains their profound disconnect with America, with her values, with her people and with the principles of the U.S. Constitution.
Unsold tickets, activists demanding refunds—will Palin wind up addressing a half-empty room at the Tea Party convention?
Libertarians strongly oppose any government interfering in their personal, family and business decisions. Essentially, we believe all Americans should be free to live their lives and pursue their interests as they see fit as long as they do no harm
Some readers have posed an interesting question about the Republican Party’s heated response to Harry Reid: Are we not dealing here with the party’s frustration over the double standard being applied by the leftist media?
"The proposal was to take a vote on the adoption of the draft plan, something that never came to pass, since the general consensus was opposed to even voting on the measure..."