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.
More than 200 viruses can cause the common cold and produce symptoms such as sneezing, watery eyes, coughing or a runny nose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, experts suggest that there are a variety of healthy foods that individuals could consume in order to boost their immune systems.
Representative Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) may be a darling of the liberal left and boast endorsement from director Oliver Stone, but it turns out he has struggled to gain support among some veteran groups.
The CIA has filed a lawsuit against one of its former employees for publishing a book, apparently without authorization from the Federal agency. The suit claims that the individual violated the secrecy agreement he had made with the government.
Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce (R-Mesa) is collecting support from lawmakers across the United States in an effort to eliminate automatic citizenship rights for children of illegal immigrants.
This November, voters in California will be asked to decide whether or not recreational marijuana use should be legalized, and the proceeds from its sale taxed. While there is still a national debate about the merits of such a move, legalization proponents have received an unexpected boost from an influential former high government official.
The United States Census Bureau reports that 12 percent of the nation’s population is foreign-born, and more than half of the immigrants are not citizens.
Several Alaskan political blogs are claiming that a security company hired by Senate GOP candidate Joe Miller is tied to a militia group.