Until I viewed the video in the URL below, I had concluded from my time spent with Republicans that the Republican Party was more corrupt than the Democratic Party.
Alaska's two U.S. senators resigned leadership posts in the state Republican party after denouncing GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and saying he should step aside.
A FEW UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTHS YOU WON'T HEAR FROM THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
Kate's grandpa is fond of repeating the mantra he and his fellow sailors repeated while serving aboard the USS Indiana during World War II: "Never discuss politics or religion." And he always adds, "So what does that leave to talk about? Girl
Inbred Two Party System Unites To Hold Onto Power: Elder Bush "Endorses Daughter-in-Law Hillary"
PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE WATCHING PARTY AND MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL = WE WILL HAVE BOTH EVENTS BROADCASTING = YOU DECIDE WHICH ONE TO WATCH - @ THE HOME OF ERNIE AND DONNA HANCOCK
Watching the unveiling of the next political era in the United States has been satisfying on many levels. It is especially nice to see large numbers of deplorables standing up for their bad selves, and watching the political class recoil and faint.
It's a binary election, we're told. Trump or Clinton. Pick a side. That's a lousy choice, and a false one. As our Publisher writes on today's front page, we refuse to choose the lesser of two evils. Not when there's a reasonable, and
Democrats thought he would take from Trump but polls show he's attracting voters who like neither candidate. Gary Johnson was never supposed to be a problem for Hillary Clinton. The low-profile Libertarian's presence on the ballot
For many reasons, including positive long-term societal impacts, it is imperative that Gary Johnson be allowed to participate in the upcoming Presidential Debate. 1. Johnson is not a typical third-party candidate. 2. Americans want another choice.
At 4 p.m., Milo Yiannopoulos puts on a pair of glasses for the first time today.
Could a third-party candidate appear on stage at the Sept. 26 presidential debate? That decision will be made by the small group of prominent Democrats and Republicans who control the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). Given the American publi