Donald Trump admitted that he has been bribing politicians, giving substantial financial contributions to their campaigns with the understanding that, in return, he would be given control over their actions as elected officials.
This press conference shows the same image of Donald Trump that’s presented through his campaign web site: A candidate who mostly likes to talk about himself, who is unable to offer any policy ideas of substance.
You know, there’s this line. Some people recognize the line, and some people don’t. On one side of the line is your head and everything that goes on inside it. On the other side lie all the other heads. Some people grasp that they can
Really. Which is worse: that Maine Republican candidate for Governor Les Otten has pretty obviously copied President Barack Obama’s website theme… … or that President Barack Obama has pretty obviously copied from the Republican Party platform on warrantless surveillance, state secrets, torture, the imbalance of
“social conservatives… are better to leave the legislative remedies for important social issues at the level where they constitutionally belong, namely at the discretion of state and local officials.” — Ron Paul, November 2008 “our founders never intended for social policy to be decided at
It has been a while since I’ve posted here, but I’ve been moved by the departure of George W. Bush to do so. I denounce all forms of violence, even throwing shoes. But some things must be denounced in the strongest symbolic terms possible. And
Yes, I know it’s a long headline. That’s because it’s news that makes a connection between three events. 1. First, the new revelation: the Associated Press reports today that Sarah Palin seems to have written in a 2000 letter about watching a video of Thomas
Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?