Americans haven't heard the last of libertarian icon Ron Paul.
Ron Paul on The Alex Jones Show
Republicans descend into civil war as Tea Party movement vows to drive party further to the right ...
America’s poor were little mentioned in Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. They deserve better.
What’s particularly nervy — galling, really — about the idea that the US ought to be spreading our democratic system across the globe is the fact that we don’t have anything close to democracy in this country.
"I've been noticing it on the campaign trail...the country is becoming more libertarian..."
An animation by Northeastern University's LazerLab shows what's being donated, and where.
The presidential election should not have been a surprise. After all, the Republican Party is being killed by the following social, political and cultural trends:
The current US policy enunciates that every male of weapon carrying age in Fata/NWA could possibly be a terrorist and thus can be a legitimate target.
Who is the “government”? “We the people” who ordained and established our Constitution, are the “government”. We delegate our power and authority to our elected representatives, our “public servants”.
More importantly, right now, millions of Paul's supporters who are against the status quo have an even deeper revulsion of the party that should embrace them, the GOP, than of the other party whose politics are even more antithetical to their own.
Mitt Romney apparently still thinks that downsizing and privatizing the functions of FEMA is a good idea. After all, everyone knows that federal bureaucracies are cesspools of incompetence.
"The presidential candidates decided not to speak about climate change, but climate change has decided to speak to them"
For the past few days, many along the eastern shoreline have focused solely on Hurricane Sandy. Watching the news and weather reports and searching for damage reports take time.
In this unsettling video, children sing about a world sold out to corporate interests with "seas filled with oil" and a bunch of stuff from China. It is pro-Obama in nature, though the lyrics are ambiguous and with mention of endless wars, it leaves
An amazing visualization of America's shifting political tides
I have been trying to avoid writing articles pertaining to the 2012 US Presidential election.
Most everybody is commenting on how last night’s foreign policy “debate” wasn’t really a debate at all, given the extent to which Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have the same views on foreign policy.
God help them if Obama and Romney ever had to participate in a real debate about a real issue at the Oxford Union. They would be massacred.
There is no democracy in the United States. American political life is dominated by one party with two heads, often called the “Republicrats”. Republicans and Democrats agree on core issues and only argue on technicalities. Obama, who was portr
Either way this election turns out, American jobs are going to continue to get slaughtered by the millions.
The final 2012 presidential debate is scheduled for this coming Monday evening ...
Robocalls urge pro-drug legalization voters to support libertarian Gary Johnson, and could push the state to Romney
While nodding in and out of the 2nd Presidential Debate last night in order to bring our fans their much-expected tweets, it occurred to me that, in addition to the secret debate agreement made regarding how the debate would be conducted, there must
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Presidential candidate Jill Stein and running mate Cheri Honkala barred from attending then arrested
In the midst of an ever-increasing list of multi-million-dollar campaigns, who in their right mind would run a Kickstarter for $1?
It's not all hippies backing November's marijuana legalization votes in Colorado, Oregon and Washington.
There’s been much discussion about the future of the Ron Paul people. The easy conclusion is it is a difficult call to make, given the fact that the movement itself is extremely diverse and full of individuals with strong conviction.
Separatists in Belgium are looking to gain control of the wealthy port of Antwerp as early results suggest a Flemish nationalist leader is the city's new mayor. It comes amid an intensifying trend of secessionism in crisis-hit Europe.