QUESTION: Was there a point in life where you became a Christian [...] and also, how old is the world?
New video by Brian Miller in response to John McCain's Border fence ad...a MUST SEE! Hillarious!
I like waffles for breakfast. I don’t much care for people and politicians who waffle. I enjoy wearing sandals but I don’t like flip flops particularly when flip flopping politicians control my money and to a large extent the future of my nine ye
Rick Barber, a candidate in the Republican primary for Alabama's 2nd district, has released an ad in which he implies he supports impeaching President Obama, goes on a protracted criticism of the IRS, concluding with George Washington declaring, "Gat
Orly Taitz is an Israeli émigré who has spent the past two years filing lawsuits challenging President Barack Obama’s right to be president on the grounds that he was born in Kenya. In the process, she has earned herself $20,000 in court fines. No
(We'll be watching this race to see just what you have to do to get elected,... something we should know,... right? And maybe we can help keep the race focused on the issues that are at least in the top half of America's list of questions)
A favorable article about Ron Paul!?! In the New Yawk Times no less!?! Has hell frozen over...?
Since the second Bush left the White House, something different appears to be happening in the Republican Party: a shift away from Southern-style conservatism to more of a Western variety.
Republicans are now polling with their largest lead ever over Democrats in the history of the Gallup poll, the polling agency reported Tuesday.
"We presented a bold and idealistic vision for the future. Some people accused us of lacking good judgement. But I say that outdated ideas show no judgement at all — and the issues are so serious that boldness is necessary...."
2010 Primary Election Results
George Will builds a column upon the significance of this fact. Moreover, Republican Ron Johnson is virtually dead-even with Feingold in the polls. This "Atlas," says Will, is "Running, Not Shrugging." A delightful and encouraging read.
Neocon RINOs getting irate. :)
The question is who lit the fuse that exploded on Norton when she attempted to address Colorado's Fifth Congressional District Republican Assembly on May 21st, 2010? When was it lit, and why, and did it really need to be? Well, the real question is,
On the eve of a post-election Republican "unity" rally in the state, Kentucky politicos are watching anxiously to see what, if anything, Paul's handling of this very early campaign crisis says about his performance in the general election.
Recent events since Paul's win in the primary have been cause for concern for me. No, not because of what he has been saying, but because of what he hasn't been saying. An an avid support of Ron Paul during the 2008 primaries and a proud "PhoeniRead Letter
"Rachel, I am a 45 year old Black American male who loves your show but I strongly disagree with you about your position on Rand Paul. Just so you know I voted for Obama and Kerry because I was horrified by both Bush and Palin..."
Hey, I got one answer because I have seen the effects of the manuals and the death you have inflicted upon tribal people in Central and South America. In other words, Amcerica, this is why "they hate you"
Rand Paul will now have now have to appeal to a broader swath of voters than those who vote in Republican primaries. He'll have a real fight ahead of him but he has a good shot of winning his Kentucky Senate seat in November.
"Do you think that a private business has a right to say that 'We don't serve black people?'" Maddow asked.
Rand Paul is calling his victory in Kentucky's Republican U.S. Senate race "a tremendous mandate for the tea party."
Kokesh might be the only Republican congressional candidate anywhere who was escorted out of the 2008 Republican National Convention for heckling presidential nominee John McCain....
Do-do-do-do-do-do-wah! It doesn't matter what comes, fresh goes better in life!
Paul had 59 percent of the vote with returns counted from slightly more than half of the precincts, compared to 36 percent for Secretary of State Trey Grayson.
Can you say RANDSLIDE? FoxNews reports a Greyson concession! WE WIPED HIM OFF THE MAP.
Dale Peterson means BUSINESS! Our nomination for 2010’s best political commercial–and the guy’s running for Alabama Agriculture Commissioner! Makes me want to move to Alabama just so I can vote for the guy.
Friends of Antiwar Radio: Producer Angela Keaton here. I love electoral politics as much as I love a good pap smear or a GOP donor cocktail party. You will too after listening to this clip. Short on time? Listen around the 1:12 mark.
Spend two weeks of your Summer in Santa Fe! You'll have a blast, you'll learn a ton, and you'll be helping to get Adam Kokesh elected to Congress! Plus it doubles as a great vacation. With only a few weeks left until the primary, we are gearing up
A Republican National Committee panel recommended the Gulf Coast city during a closed-door meeting, rejecting Salt Lake City and Phoenix. The decision came amid calls from Hispanic groups and others to boycott Arizona...