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The libertarian GOP candidate for the Senate in Kentucky, Rand Paul, appears to be leading his opponent Jack Conway into next week’s election. That’s despite the fact that the recent debate between the two candidates was marred by activist violence.
President Barack Obama said that the widespread criticism surrounding his policies stems from the fact that he didn’t spend enough time selling the legislation to the public. However, Republicans, and many others, say it’s because the policies themselves are ineffective.
President Barack Obama recently embarked on a four-day tour across five states in an attempt to garner support for Democratic candidates before November’s midterm elections.
Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass) is the only openly homosexual member of Congress, and has been outspoken on gay rights issues, including "don’t ask, don’t tell." However, with just a few days left before the midterm elections, Frank is being attacked by a gay organization.
The National Taxpayers Union Campaign Fund (NTUCF) has endorsed Sharron Angle over incumbent Harry Reid (D-Nev.) for U.S. Senate in Nevada.
*If Obama made the rules for Halloween. The funniest cartoon I’ve seen in a while featured three little tykes, dressed in their Halloween costumes, knocking on someone’s door. A guy opens it and says, “Look how much candy you have! I’m going to take half and give it to the kids too lazy to go […]
Reports of ballot problems and possible election fraud are already beginning to surface as the elected elites do all they can to maintain a grip on their power.
I read a very depressing statistic last week. In a nationwide poll some 63 percent of adult Americans said they do not think they will be able to maintain their present standard of living much longer, much less improve it. This made me very sad — and a little bit angry, too. Read this article to learn more…
Depending upon what the voting public does, Tuesday’s election could be a watershed event in American history, or it could be one more lost opportunity — and maybe the last opportunity.
If voters elect enough Constitutionally-minded candidates the political establishment will be turned upside down. Be sure you know who they are. As Samuel Adams said, "The public cannot be too curious concerning the characters of public men.”
There are a few that stand out: Senate candidates Rand Paul in Kentucky, Joe Miller in Alaska, Sharron Angle in Nevada and Christine O’Donnell in Delaware; and there are some good ones running for House seats as well. The Gubernatorial elections this year are likewise important, particularly if you value the 10th Amendment.
Continue reading to learn how Samuel Adams viewed the responsibility of voting…