Egyptians flocked to the polls in huge numbers today for a referendum on constitutional reforms that will determine how soon the country can hold full elections.
A settlement's been reached in a lawsuit filed by the Goldwater Institute on behalf of a Coconino County woman who was told in 2010 by election officials that her Tea Party T-shirts were not allowed in polling places.
New Hampshire's new Republican state House speaker is pretty clear about what he thinks of college kids and how they vote. They're "foolish," Speaker William O'Brien said in a recent speech to a tea party group.
Nearly one-third of Zimbabwe's registered voters are dead, and others appear to be babies or up to 120 years old, researchers said Friday, calling for the list to be overhauled so that the upcoming election cannot be rigged. The independent Zimbab
What do you have to show for all of your zealous, noble efforts to achieve freedom so far? Maybe it's because the problem is not what you think it is.
Ron Paul can beat Barack Obama in 2012! If the elections were held today, Ron Paul would gain 41% of the vote compared to Obama’s 42% – statistical dead heat. Among independents, Paul has an astonishing 47% to 28% edge over the president.
Republicans are ineffably corrupt.
The Senate will take up debate of START on Thursday morning, after eight Republicans crossed the aisle in an initial vote Wednesday.
Cast Your Light Into The Darkness of Statism-When a critical mass of liberty-loving individuals is reached, governmental tyranny will be abolished. I reject the electoral process and political parties, they are not effective.
Question of misspelled write-in ballots belongs in state court, says judge...
Senate Race - He'd Be Wise To Do So. A fully transparent reconciliation would well serve democracy, particularly given AK's dreadful election history...
In his historical novel, The Leopard, Giuseppe di Lampedusa writes that things have to change in order to remain the same. That is what happened in the US congressional elections on November 2.
Americans are angry. Don't get in their way ...
How many times must you hit yourself in a head with a hammer, before figuring out that it won't make you free?
Each time that I’ve done this, the result has been the same: the size, intrusiveness, and direct and indirect costs of government have grown faster than inflation and population, at not only the federal level, but also at the state and local levels.
Maricopa county 2010 election results.
For the past two years, Arizona's U.S. House delegation has consisted of five Democrats and three Republicans. Change is imminent, with Republicans making strong charges to keep the seats they held and take some they did not.
That was a lot of time, energy, animosity, and money. Let's see what all this anti-establishment fervor bought you.
Republicans captured Democratic governorships in at least 10 states on Tuesday, including some prime presidential battlegrounds, and hoped for even more statehouse gains.
Republican Rand Paul, a favorite among the conservative Tea Party movement, won a Senate seat in Kentucky on Tuesday over Democrat Jack Conway, NBC and CNN projected. The victory preserves a Republican Senate seat Democrats had hoped to win and st
Still voting? Wanna buy a ballot? What's in the ballot?
Goldwater Institute lawsuit restores First Amendment rights at polling places
Video by Stefan Molyneux - Freedomain Radio
"It's meaningless, this country was bought, sold, and paid for a long time ago." George Carlin
Hour 1 - Ray McGovern - is a retired CIA officer turned political activist. "How Truth Can Save Lives" / Hour 3 - Brad Friedman - BradBlog.com - November 2nd 2010 Elections
Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned Arizona’s requirement that people show proof of citizenship to register to vote.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the biggest campaign spender of 2010 is a public sector union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, which lavished $87.5 million on helping Democrats.
Local election officials in Connecticut are being told they can ask people wearing World Wrestling Entertainment garb to cover it up while voting because it could be considered political advertising for Republican Senate candidate Linda McMahon, the