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January 10, 2012

Ron Paul, the anti-Romney

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 10 Jan 2012

Mitt Romney (R-MA), the liberal flip-flopper whose one-word campaign slogan could be “same” — same expanding government, same deficit spending, same eroding constitutional liberties, same foreign policy, same socialized healthcare, different party affiliation and skin color and little else — …

July 24, 2011

Debt-o-crats Are Spending U.S. Into Depression

Filed under: The Democrats - 24 Jul 2011

Should the U.S. government, which has amassed a staggering debt of $14.5 trillion (about $4 trillion of that since President Obama took office), increase its debt limit? The question ought to be rhetorical; $47,000 per citizen is quite enough, thank …

April 21, 2011

Like him or not, Ron Paul is relevant

Filed under: Elections & Voting,The Republicans - 21 Apr 2011

At age 75, Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) is the oldest of a crowd of potential Republican presidential challengers, if only by a few years. If elected in 2012, he would be the oldest president in U.S. history; the record-holder, Reagan, …

April 1, 2011

Operation March Sadness

It’s not every day that state employees are caught on video threatening, lying to, and blatantly stealing from innocent citizens—but that’s exactly what happened on March 25 in a quiet neighborhood in Claymont, Delaware.

March 8, 2011

Nullify the Real ID Act

House Republicans seem to be confused about which side they’re on, again. Roughly one month after voting overwhelmingly in favor of extending certain unconstitutional provisions of the so-called Patriot Act, they are urging the Obama administration not to delay the …