"A vote for Herman Cain is a vote for America," the ad says. "He's such a Washington outsider, he's not even running for president."
Vote? Why? What candidate in the quadrennial resurrection of the Mickey Mouse club wants to do anything that I want done?
What if elections were actually useful tools of social control? What if they just provided the populace with meaningless participation in a process that validates an establishment that never meaningfully changes?
Simultaneously, at the stroke of 8pm ET, all of the major TV news networks and news agencies declared Mitt Romney the winner of the all-important "First-in-the-Nation" GOP New Hampshire primary.
In a statewide election that was settled by a margin of eight votes, three votes could be important. But I will be honest with you, I'm almost sure none of those votes were cast for the top three contenders.
Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.... or the TV screen. Ron Paul has legs to run, and is far stronger than the corporate pundits and shills will admit. Look beyond the rhetoric!
Judgment day dawned for Republican contenders vying to take on Barack Obama in November’s presidential election, with a pivotal vote in Iowa Tuesday likely to dramatically winnow the field of contenders.
The Arizona Libertarian Party and the Arizona Green Party are suing the State of Arizona over discrimination on voter registration forms. Tucson attorney David Hardy will litigate this attempt to squelch alternatives to the Republican/Democratic duo
But if they spend just $200 on signs, buttons and flyers without first registering with the government and navigating a complex web of regulations, they would be subject to fines and possible criminal penalties . . .
President Barack Obama's campaign set a goal of raising $60 million in the fourth quarter of the year to benefit the Democratic incumbent's re-election and the Democratic National Committee, a campaign official said on Saturday.
In an apology for racist newsletters that went out under his name twenty years ago, GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul’s campaign issued a statement on Friday acknowledging that Paul had been guilty of a “lack of oversight”
In return, the Comedy Central star wants the naming rights and a non-binding referendum on the ballot.
There are two ballots. Only one counts. Don't get distracted.
Tens of thousands of protesters on Saturday from Moscow to St. Petersburg rallied against Russia's recent elections, which came out in favor of Vladimir Putin's United Russia ruling party. Many Russian citizens claim the elections were riddled with f
Who is the Republican “Manchurian Candidate” Americans will unwittingly support to become the next president of the United States? Before identifying who that candidate is, a brief background first as to how the publiRead Letter
SPECIAL REPORT: Forensic Analysis Finds Venango County, PA, E-Voting System 'Remotely Accessed' on 'Multiple Occasions' by Unknown Computer
“He’s the one that Americans need to listen to when it comes to dealing in reality about this bankrupt path that we are on,” she said.
A conservative multimillionaire has taken control in North Carolina, one of 2012’s top battlegrounds.
Ross Perot (1992), became the most successful Ind. candidate in modern presidential politics, ran when 39% of Americans said they were dissatisfied with how the nation was being governed. Today, Gallup reports, 81% say they are dissatisfied.
Ron Paul is poised to pull an upset in Iowa, and finish strong in New Hampshire. This article is a good example of the kind of NERVOUS examination being undertaken by a STARTLED media.
To combat discontent with the political climate, Americans Elect aims to put the first directly nominated nonpartisan presidential candidate on the ballot, decided by an online convention.
"For Ron Paul to run as an independent," Fox News Channel's Juan Williams wrote back on November 4, "could be the biggest, most consequential third party candidacy in American history. Yes, one that is even bigger than Ross Perot’s candidacy was in t
I had hoped to have the book ready in time to be useful in the 2010 election, but when I had about 80,000 words written, I still had some topics to cover, and there wasn't enough time left [so], I decided to make the book available now.Entered By: Powell Gammill
"Kudos to Fox 10 anchor John Hook and executive producer Rod Haberer for the best exposé I've seen another outlet do on the subject of state Senate President Russell Pearce and his relationship with Arizona neo-Nazi J.T. Ready."
Often it only takes a very simple truth to destroy a complicated lie. Try this out on all your statist friends (or on yourself, if you haven't yet escaped the cult of "government").
JURY duty is mandatory; why not voting? The idea seems un-American. It’s neither unusual nor undemocratic. It would ease the intense partisan polarization that weakens our capacity for self-government and public trust in our governing institutions.
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Phoenix Presents: Discussion with - Karen Osborne, Director of Elections for Maricopa County / John Loredo, Former State House Minority Leader / Steve Smith, State Senator, invited
Should the Republicans nominate one of the three current frontrunners – Mitt Romney, Rick Perry or Michelle Bachmann – Barack “Back-on-track” Obama wins
With $26 in Computer Parts - Hack team leader: 'Can do similar things on pretty much every e-voting machine'...
Feds claim treaty of 1866 is being violated. (Really? What about all the times they violated it?) The nation says "The Cherokee Nation will not be governed by the (Bureau of Indian Affairs). We will hold our election and continue our long legacy of r