Presidential Candidates

How The GOP Can Defeat Obama in 2012

In 1992 incumbent president George H. W. Bush, despite enjoying relatively strong approval ratings as high as 89 percent right after the Gulf war, was deprived of a second term in large part thanks to one man, but it wasn’t Bill Clinton or H. Ross... (more...)

Posted on Apr 25 2011 | 323 comments | Written by Josh Painter

Fox News Will be the Most Watched Network Tonight

Yep… Fox News, the most trusted name in news. No really, read this. The network that pushes the most opposition to the current president always gets a ratings bump. MSNBC actually did respectable ratings when George W. Bush was hated by most of... (more...)

Posted on Jan 27 2010 | 74 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Is there room for both Ron Paul and Gary Johnson in 2012?

Recently Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson (Republican) announced that he was planning to visit a state that in two short years will play pivotal role in deciding the GOP nominee for President in 2012. Johnson will be traveling to New Hampshire... (more...)

Posted on Jan 9 2010 | 150 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Review of Ron Paul’s End the Fed

Destined to be made a best seller by his ever growing devout following, Ron Paul’s End the Fed lays out in plain language the history and practices of the Federal Reserve System. Ron Paul makes his case against this system using philosophy, the United... (more...)

Posted on Sep 16 2009 | 25 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Ron Paul and the plain, absolute language of freedom

If you sometimes feel that the world is full of stock phrases and sometimes it becomes difficult to say just what you mean you are not alone. Sometimes it is best to strip down language to its bare bones to convey the most elementary of ideas. This is... (more...)

Posted on Aug 3 2009 | 8 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Healthcare failure could turn Obama loyalists

When Congress reconvenes in September they will likely return to a Washington in more of a frenzy than it is even now. August is historically the quiet before the legislative storm that often follows in September, but this year as problems are left to... (more...)

Posted on Jul 29 2009 | 7 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Dennis Ross rises to prominence in Obama Administration

Dennis Ross, a longtime Washington insider, has recently moved from the State Department where he served as a senior advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the White house where his official title is Special Assistant to the President and Senior... (more...)

Posted on Jul 23 2009 | 5 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Twitter [Cartoon]

To “get with the times” we finally started a twitter account. I still think it is ridiculous… Join up Link  Read More →

Posted on Jun 23 2009 | 57 comments | Written by Alexander Nobles

Peter Schiff’s full political platform begins to take shape

Last week posted perhaps the first article that begins to clearly define what the political platform of potential Senatorial candidate Peter Schiff would look like, outside of his already established expertise on the economic crisis. The... (more...)

Posted on Jun 17 2009 | 27 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Ron Paul’s HR 1207 now has 222 Cosponsors

Somewhere down the long starlit path you will find your guide, and then and only then will you realize that liberty is the way to your truth. We need true followers in the fight against the powers that be, the Federal Reserve and the like, but we can’t... (more...)

Posted on Jun 13 2009 | 15 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Ron Paul’s Family Tree: The Liberty Movement Under a Republican Banner

When Ron Paul decided not to make a 3rd party Presidential run some of his supporters did not understand his decision. It is now becoming clear that running third party would have been a shortsighted political decision. Now with his Liberty PAC he will... (more...)

Posted on May 31 2009 | 121 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

Obama could make surprise visit to Lebanon before elections

Parliamentary elections are scheduled to take place in Lebanon on June 7th. The coming elections have already received considerable attention from the Obama administration with visits to Lebanon by both Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Vice President... (more...)

Posted on May 26 2009 | 4 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

US-Iran talks likely to start in mid-June

This week the EastWest Institue published a joint US-Russian report on the development of Iran’s nuclear capability. In short the report concluded that Iran is still approximately six years away from having the capability to attach a nuclear warhead... (more...)

Posted on May 21 2009 | 24 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

What would a Ron Paul 2012 campaign look like?

Let me say here and now that I believe without a doubt that Ron Paul will again run for President of the United States if he is healthy at the beginning of 2011. And the health issue is a minor one when we are talking about a man who by all accounts exercises... (more...)

Posted on May 14 2009 | 122 comments | Written by Shaun Booth

The Inflation Lie: The Silent Robbery of Americans

Deflation is a dirty word in America. With a recession that continues to intensify, the media and government continue to stress how devastating a deflationary environment could be to the American economy. The idea of deflation being harmful is largely... (more...)

Posted on Mar 28 2009 | 20 comments | Written by Dominic Tartaglia
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