Mitt Romney seems to be avoiding the tea party, I say "Good!" A recent in article in the Boston Globe entitled “Romney keeps away from Tea Party” discusses the fact that Mitt Romney, former Massachusetts governor and 2008 presidential candidate, has been avoiding being linked with the tea party movement. It also says the tea party seems to be avoiding Romney. I say good, because like oil and water, Romney and the tea party won’t mix.
What does an organization funded by leftist billionaire George Soros do on the one-year anniversary of the US Supreme Court ruling declaring the McCain-Feingold campaign finance law an attack on First Amendment free speech and, therefore, unconstitutional? Ask the Justice Department to harass two of the high court’s conservative associate justices for speaking at corporate retreats held by Koch Industries, owned by David and Charles Koch, the billionaire financial supporters of such organizations as the Tea Party.
Although it's abundantly clear that this young man was stupid about these circumstances, he also doesn't understand what the legal system is there for. He just wants another slice of the pie because his lawyer put that pie in the sky for him to dream about.
The feds dealt a major blow to New York’s five Mafia crime families today by arresting more than 100 suspected mobsters across the region on charges including murder and extortion in one of the "largest mob round-ups in FBI history," authorities said. The Federal Bureau of Investigation said most of the arrests were made early this morning in Brooklyn, but also throughout the city, Long Island, in New Jersey and across New England. The FBI confirmed today that law enforcement authorities arrested 110 organized crime figures -- of the 127 that will be charged -- in the New York-area in sweeping action focusing primarily on the Colombo and Gambino crime families.
As the Arizona State GOP chairmanship election approaches on Saturday, Jan. 22nd, I took the time to evaluate the resumes’ and personal essays written by all the candidates vying for the state chair position. These resume’s and personal essays include all the information we need to make an informed decision, yet the rumors and fact less innuendo’s, and political rhetoric began to spread rapidly regarding practically all the candidate’s
WASHINGTON — The election is nearly two years away, but Rutherford B. Hayes is readying his presidential campaign. That's Rutherford Bert Hayes, a 42-year-old Navy veteran who runs a gutter business and is no relation to the nation's 19th president. Hayes is one of the 76 people who have filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) to start raising money for the 2012 presidential contest. Their ranks don't yet include high-profile political figures, such as Republicans Mitt Romney or Tim Pawlenty, former governors who are widely viewed as weighing a challenge to President Obama. Instead, the early filers are Randy Crow, a North Carolina Republican who is making his fourth White House bid, and Dennis Knill, a home remodeler from Sedona, Ariz., who can't remember exactly the last time he voted. Under federal campaign law, they don't become official candidates until they actually raise or spend $5,000, but nothing stops them from filling out the FEC's one-page "statement of candidacy" long before the election. In the 2008 election, a total 366 individuals, ranging from Hillary Rodham Clinton to a Florida resident named Emperor Caesar, completed the presidential paperwork. That's up from 223 four years earlier.
WASHINGTON – Verizon Communications Inc. on Thursday filed a legal challenge to new federal regulations that prohibit broadband providers from interfering with Internet traffic flowing over their networks. In a filing in federal appeals court in the District of Columbia, Verizon argues that the Federal Communications Commission overstepped its authority in adopting the new "network neutrality" rules last month. The rules prohibit phone and cable companies from favoring or discriminating against Internet content and services — including online calling services such as Skype and Internet video services such as Netflix, which in many cases compete with services sold by companies like Verizon.
The biggest threat posed to American Progressives by the Tea Party is not only at the ballot box. It’s that the grassroots movement holds to the old fashion notion that the Constitution, as written, means what it says. So, the Progressives at the New York Times, like the Soviet KGB of old, are beginning a disinformation campaign regarding the Constitutional mechanisms by which the people can control dangerous government.
As the conservative candidate for Arizona State Republican Chairman, I am firmly convinced that an abrupt change in course is required to take on the Democrat challenge in 2012.
Let's take a vote government run kitty Cat health care"
I am kitteh and I approve this message. Paid for by Republican cats against Democrat dogs.
the big ones come to mind first: historic health insurance reform, which is reining in the insurance companies and helping control the cost of care for millions of Americans;
Heavy snow fell the night before the inauguration, but thoughts about cancelling the plans were overruled. The election of 1960 had been close, and...
In a fabulous piece of reporting, MSNBC has now decided that Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and the Tea Party are not so much to blame for the Tucson, Arizona shooting.
The US news media heaped on the praise, but was purposefully vague about who this extraordinary judge was and what he actually did. The early and oft-repeated media claim "the judge was just in the wrong place at the wrong time" doesn't ring true for several reasons, the most important being how the heck would they know and know so quickly?