Venice, once a great independent city-state, seeks to be so again. Would call itself the Republic of Veneto.
Fears grow in Cabinet of a "constitutional crisis" which would put the election in doubt, as legal expert warns that Scottish independence could bring down the next government
Only one county commissioner wanted to add the chemical to tap water.
In attack on free speech, election officials say man can’t vote because of shirt
Unlike so many television shows, House of Cards shows how politicians use their power to help themselves and their friends - not the people who elected them.
Transparency? Fair elections? Truth in media? Who controls? A government for and by the people? A come-from-behind Warren G. Harding victory?
A measure that could make Alaska the third U.S. state to legalize recreational marijuana use after Colorado and Washington has enough valid signatures to be put before voters in August, state officials said on Tuesday.
"Would you vote for me? The answer is yes, I think about it."
Christina Tobin (Founder and Chair of Free and Equal) provides and update on what their organization is doing to prepare for the next presidential election, their initiatives, and the progress of educating voters
Government requires violence to exist. Taxation is theft, etc. If the system you support does NOT require violence, then it is not government. Government is by definition violent.
The search is on for new machines to replace Maryland’s touch screen voting system.
The biggest loser in this year’s Colorado election cycle may have been New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg.
Terminator Star is “ready to file legal paperwork to challenge the rules”
Since 2008, the idea of third parties started to gain more popularity across America. Principled conservatives and libertarians united against both the Democrat and Republican establishment started to explore methods of opposing Washington elites and
The Perennially “Unusual” Yet Somehow Ubiquitous Left-Right Alliance: Towards Acknowledging an Anti-Establishment Center
So far so good
Judge Napolitano breaks down the crony system we now live in.
Satisfied to cast ballots, Americans stand idle while other freedoms are ravished
The U.S. Supreme Court announced three historic 5-4 decisions this week. In the first, a core component of the Voting Rights Act was gutted, enabling Southern states to enact......
The Kennedy decision does not rule out the use of race as a factor and appears to continue its support for race elements in diversity. However, it rejects the use of good faith as a showing. Instead, it wants proof a race-neutral approach is not poss
Gov. Jan Brewer signed an elections bill that basically wipes out Libertarian and other third-party candidates, boosting their signature requirements to unattainable levels. Green Party candidates would actually have to collect more signatures
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that Arizona's state law requiring potential voters to show proof of citizenship while registering to vote is illegal.
The Blackout Has Begun against Rand
Italy’s Silvio Berlusconi on Saturday called for either a strong new government or a fresh round of votes, while centre-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani rapped his political rivals for grandstanding during a deadlock that followed inconclusive election
A roadside bomb killed an Iraqi provincial elections candidate and three other people north of Baghdad on Sunday, bringing the number of candidates killed in attacks to 14, officials said.
Nicolas Maduro and rival Henrique Capriles make last-ditch appeals at mass rallies before Sunday's crucial election.
Anthony Weiner, the former US congressman forced to resign after tweeting lewd photos of himself to women, said Wednesday that he’s considering a political comeback with a run for mayor in New York.
Acting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro believes there is a US plot to assassinate him during his election campaign. He called on his followers to be “vigilant” and warned conspirators want to prevent his victory in next week’s election.
Supporters of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton are laying the groundwork for a possible 2016 White House bid, officially launching a website Tuesday that features photos of the would-be candidate and plenty of praise.