Are The Avengers really cool enough for you to keep tossing money Marco Rubio’s way?
An organization that calls itself the Women Speak Out PAC is throwing around a lot of money this year to try to manipulate several U.S. Senate elections… but in what sense does this group actually consist of women speaking out? Some of the Women Speak
The very idea of “common sense” solutions to hotly contested political issues seems contrary to common sense. Anybody who has paid even the slightest bit of attention to politics in the United States can see that citizens have strong fundamental disagreements about most issues that prevent genuine consensus from being arrived at.
August 8: Americans Elect Starts Collecting $$ for Angus King. August 20: Americans Elect Says it Supports No Candidate
Take a look at pages 5 and 6 of this excerpt of the Americans Elect Mission Report. As you can see from that excerpt, the report features a letter signed by Peter Ackerman and dated August 20. August 20 is a full 12 days after
Is Angus King really disgusted with the system of billionaires using Super PACs to buy control over the political system? If that’s the case, then Mr. King should repudiate ICPurple and the money from Ted Waitt that is being used to promote the King for Senate campaign.
Do these supporters of Republican Richard Mourdock really believe that their god’s political plans for the U.S. Senate seat from Indiana depends on computer programs that make automatic telephone calls to interrupt voters’ family dinners?
I guess they’re hoping that if they root around for long enough, they’ll find a reason for voters to support Rick Santorum. When pigs fly! You can’t make a silk purse out of a… You get the idea.
When you buy the Oreganol herbal supplement, you may not improve your health, but you will be assisting a kooky political campaign, thanks to the independent expenditures made by Judy Kay Gray, the owner of North American Herb and Spice.
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM), famous for its secretive anti-gay campaign carried out across America without any disclosure of its donors, has finally revealed the identity of its donors this week. According to FEC records, the National Organization for Marriage paid $172,188.70 this month