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As former Vice President Al Gore preached about the dangers of greenhouse emissions inside a sold-out seminar in Gothenburg, Sweden, on Monday, outside the Volvo that delivered him to the seminar sat empty and idling — for more than 20 minutes.
A Federal appeals court in Arizona has struck down a state law that requires voters to prove they are United States citizens before registering to vote.
Today we will exercise one of the most fundamental of the freedoms granted us by the greatest assemblage of intellect in human history. Today, thanks to the foresight and forbearance of our Founding Fathers, we rise together to choose the path we shall collectively — and individually — follow into the future.
One of the most powerful brands in the world has increased its spending on political lobbying this past year.
Internet content providers and free-speech advocates are arguing that a new Massachusetts law violates the First Amendment.
In a sign that doesn’t bode well for the Democratic Party heading into today’s midterm elections, the approval rating for President Barack Obama has reached its lowest level since he was inaugurated 21 months ago.
A new national poll reveals that the number of Americans who feel that things are going in the wrong direction in the United States is the highest pre-election result since the survey was created more than three decades ago.
Television personalities Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert held their "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" on October 30 in Washington, DC, drawing more than 215,000 people to the National Mall.
If actual election-day results confirm conventional wisdom and House — and maybe Senate — Democrat majorities are swept away like yesterday’s trash, Republicans will have every reason to be giddy. Constitutionalists, conservatives and Libertarians, however, should temper their enthusiasm. Read this article to see why…
The general election is on Nov. 2, but early voting has already begun across the nation. A new survey has shown that Republican voters have, so far, turned up in slightly higher numbers than those who identify themselves as Democrats.