Yesterday, we learned that Americans Elect had applied for permission from the state of Michigan to collect petition signatures to gain ballot access for the 2012 elections. Americans Elect’s overarching goal: to have its own candidates for President and Vice President placed on the 2012 ballot in all 50 states.
Today, the helpful folks at […]
“If East Germany can do it, we can do it!” — Joe Miller
Yes, Republican candidate for Senate Joe Miller actually spoke those words yesterday, asking his audience in Alaska why America can’t build its own Berlin Wall.
There are two aspects to Joe Miller’s admiration of East Germany and its very special border fence […]
If Christine O’Donnell is me, then she’s married to my wife. That would mean that she supports same sex marriage, and last time I checked, Christine O’Donnell is against marriage equality. […]
Republican presidential candidate Mosheh Thezion claims to have developed a “unifying field theory”< "/i> during an early period in his life, in order to escape the anguish of his unrequited love for a woman he now refers to as “Tonya the lesbian”. […]
If Ron Paul gets kicked out by Tea Party activists aligned with Wayne Allyn Root, then a replacement will come in who likely will be much less friendly to the Libertarians. […]
On Saturday, presidential candidate Willie Carter held a breakfast fundraiser at Norma’s Cafe in Dallas, Texas. […]
You may remember Unity08, the political corporation dedicated to railing against big money while pursuing big donations, railing against lobbyists while putting lobbyists in key leadership positions, railing against the erosion of democracy while forbidding criticism of it, and getting its leaders good seats for the inauguration of its very own President of the United […]
What kind of “government restrictions” prevent physicians from helping people who lack the money to pay for adequate health care? Does Deborah Honeycutt think that there is a government regulation that forbids physicians to help people pay for medical treatment? […]
Earlier this month, I unsuccessfully attempted to ascertain congressional candidate Mary Jo Kilroy’s position regarding the FISA Amendments Act, the new law permitting unlimited warrantless searches, seizures and surveillance for periods of up to 67 days. Kilroy demurred from providing a specific response, indicating that she wasn’t sufficiently familiar with the details of the FISA […]
You know, when George W. Bush declared on July 9, 2004 that “God speaks through me,” we gave him a hard time for it, as well we should have. History is littered with the debris of disasters made by leaders who considered themselves instruments of the Divine. Appeals to the notion that one is being […]