Today, it doesn't really matter who the President is or who is in Congress because big corporations run our government. They decide who gets elected and what legislation gets passed. Committees in Congress are controlled by the industries they regula
Those are phrases used to describe politics.
Things are getting uglier.
I'm finally coming to face the reality that voting only feeds into the illusion the system creates that different candidates really make a difference. The truth is, voting f
• http://www.bradblog.com,By Brad Friedman on 3/9/20
Earlier today, we highlighted Rachel Maddow's latest report on the "GOP War on Voting" which, among many other important things, referenced the ridiculously close results from Ohio's GOP Presidential Primary last Tuesday
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Sunday claimed victory in Russia's presidential election before tens of thousands of cheering supporters, even as the opposition and independent observers insisted the vote had been marred by widespread violations.
As his reelection campaign heats up, President Barack Obama is attending fundraisers about one of every four days, with experts saying he is working to raise a whopping billion dollars to stay in the White House.
Under severe pressure from Ron Paul’s supporters and other grassroots Republicans, the Maine State Republican Party reversed course and is planning to “reconfirm” the results from the state’s Feb. 11 caucus.
Unless Paul gets the Republican nomination or Obama turns his policy making around within the next nine months, it seems I will not be voting for president. Whether Obama or, say, Romney wins the election, I believe we will not see significant differ
A ederal lawsuit challenging Colorado’s 20-year-old taxpayer-controlled state budgeting process, known by its acronym, Tabor, is speaking truth to power, plaintiffs say, and challenging the assumption that voters always know best.
Paul hasn't made any overt appeals for the Hispanic vote, his advisers say. In fact, he has barely campaigned in Florida at all. But a new poll indicates that the he has the support of 41.5 percent of likely Hispanic Republican voters in Florida,
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