Historically low voter turnout and participation has been a huge problem in the United States of America for the past several decades.
The US presidential election this November will tell whether a majority of the US population is irredeemably stupid. If voters elect Hillary, we will know that Americans are stupid beyond redemption.
Principles or pragmatism? A choice that libertarians face numerous times every single day in life.
Foreign free riders hate Trump and love Hillary – with good reason
A well-functioning democracy depends on a well-informed electorate. But is it possible to have a well-informed electorate once a nation gets to the size and complexity of the United States?
2016 is the year many, many Americans began to question whether or not our elections, and to a lesser extent, our democracy (insert "it's a constitutional republic, big difference!" here) are rigged.
In what was likely the most anticipated "surprise" announcement in French politics, moments ago Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy announced he will run for next year's presidential election, with a statement on his facebook page.
In a Public Policy Polling survey, quite a few Texans say they'll vote for Harambe for president in November. If you haven't looked at the Internet in a while, Harambe was a gorilla fatally shot by a zookeeper after a toddler fell into his pen, b
Signs of change are emerging in Donald Trump's campaign as he seeks to close the gap with Hillary Clinton in the polls.
For at least a half-century, and demonstrably and palpably since 1972 (and perhaps since November 22, 1963), the American public, first the fringes and then the majority, has become disillusioned with the national government and apathetic or cynical
Certified add-ons include Wall Street; selected hedge funds; TPP cheerleaders; CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) interventionists; media barons; multinational corporate hustlers; in fact virtually the whole exceptionalist US establishment, duly unde
America's voting machines are a patchwork of systems spread across thousands of districts, with widely varying degrees of accountability. It's a mess. One that the Department of Homeland Security has finally committed to helping clean up.
There is serious concern about voter fraud and the manipulation of voting machines in the upcoming presidential election, Donald Trump's longtime confident Roger Stone stated.
Donald Trump delivered his big foreign policy speech yesterday. We take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly.
For many Americans, the path to casting a vote is way rockier than it should be. Between (racist) new voter ID laws and government websites that haven't been updated since the late Cretaceous, it hard to know how to register, where and when to vote
You've had it with this election cycle. The name-calling. The baby-banishing. The multitudinous email scandals.
For many Americans, the path to casting a vote is way rockier than it should be.
USA ?" Judicial Watch has joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief with the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit arguing that the court should reverse a lower court that struck down an Ohi
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Rodham Clinton's running mate, dined exclusively with the son of progressive billionaire George Soros on Thursday evening, according to a photo posted on Alexander Soros' Instagram on
For all the hand-wringing about the threat to liberty and constitutional government posed by the major party presidential candidates, there is little discussion of how this threat is due to the political class's long history of supporting expanded
The downtrend in Trump's presidential candidacy is now so prolonged that not even the most ardent Trump supporter can deny it.
Under the Electoral College system, the candidate who wins the most electoral votes -- not necessarily the popular vote -- wins the election.
FFF president Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling discuss the impact that a Trump or Clinton presidency would have on the economy.
During this especially contested election, a lot of people are talking about people "wasting" or "throwing away" votes.