A man won - or so he thought - an election with 52 percent of the vote. But city bureaucrats won't let him take his seat because of the strange way they define a majority.Read more »
Republican voters accepted Mitt Romney as their nominee, and got what they deserved in the presidential elections. If Republicans want to win, and reduce the size and power of the federal government, they must do what it takes to prevent empty-suited panderers from being nominated in the future, even if it means taking on the GOP establishment.Read more »
In most states, a popular vote tie is broken by a coin toss or drawing names from a hat. The odds of a many-state tie are slimmer than the odds of the hat being hit by a bale of cocaine dumped from a drug-smuggling airplane. But since it’s Election Day, let’s apply his question to the current contest. What will happen if there's a tie? Math geeks, enjoy.Read more »
I don't see how anyone who confronts Obama's record with clear eyes can enthusiastically support him. I do understand how they might concluded that he is the lesser of two evils, and back him reluctantly, but I'd have thought more people on the left would regard a sustained assault on civil liberties and the ongoing, needless killing of innocent kids as deal-breakers.Read more »
The duopoly-the Republican and Democratic Parties-claim to not agree on much, but they certainly agree on one thing: Only Republicans and Democrats are permissible candidates for election to public office.Read more »
Bradley Jardis, candidate for Coos County High Sheriff sabotaged last minute by disgruntled former campaign manager. Jardis' wife writes letter to entire liberty community, calling for ostracization and warning others of this individual.Read more »
Mexico’s old ruling party, Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), is set to return to power after early election results indicate the PRI candidate Enrique Peña Nieto has won the presidential election. "Peña Nieto is pretty clearly the candidate who will give continuity [to] [outgoing Mexican President Felipe] Calderón’s drug war strategies and total subservience to the dictates from the U.S.Read more »
The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohamed Morsi has officially won Egypt's presidential election and will be the country's next president, the electoral commission has announced. Morsi picked up 13.2 million votes out of just over 26 million, giving him about 51 per cent of the vote. His competitor, Ahmed Shafik, the final prime minister under Hosni Mubarak, received 12.3 million. More than 800,000 ballots were invalidated. The president-elected delivered a victory address on Sunday night. He spoke on state television, long a medium which demonised him and the Muslim Brotherhood.Read more »
During the founding fathers time in office, the major source of information was the type print newspaper. To a lesser extent, person to person communication via word of mouth or hand-written letter also played a role. This was limited because of the time and effort it required to send a message to someone. Luckily in today’s political spectrum, we have a tool that travels around the world in a fraction of a second with just the click of one finger.
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Now let’s look at the two teams. On one side you have the big government national socialist Republicans and on the other you have the big government international socialist Democrats. One side wants to use corporate and special interest money to grow the military industrial complex and promote jingoism. The other wants to use corporate, labor and special interest money to grow the nanny state and promote international one world government socialism...... Read more click the link
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