By Mina Kimes FORTUNE — When we learned that employees of Goldman Sachs, a group that overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama in 2008, shifted their allegiances to Mitt Romney this election, many […]
by Mike Adams As of this writing, it looks like Obama has a lock on the electoral college victory, although it simultaneously appears he has lost the popular vote to Romney.
By Nadia Hijab As a Palestinian-American, I awaited the presidential debate on foreign policy with anticipation, given the massive U.S. military footprint in the region of my birth.
By: Kathleen Parker Oh, to be 12 again, the better to enjoy the presidential debates. Or rather, the better to appreciate the Twitter-verse, where America’s obsessive-compulsive, attention-deficit population holds the […]
This year’s presidential campaigns are on pace to reach a $1 billion in spending, their latest reports to the Federal Election Commission reveal.
“I’m aware that there are still some who would question or even justify the offense of 9/11, but let us be clear. Al-Qaeda killed nearly 3,000 people on that […]
By Jon Rappoport Since these two guys are actors, can’t they get better actors to debate? Since these two guys are gangsters, can’t they get Tony Soprano to square off […]
By Aviva Shen A new lawsuit over harmful levels of the coolant polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) in Massachusetts school buildings is forcing biotech firm Monsanto Company to revisit its unsavory past.
Posted by Alexander Higgins From Welfare to Warfare, the United States of America has the most deceived population in the history of humanity. It is called the American dream because you’ve […]
by Henry Shively The propaganda machine has launched its final blitz before the Republican Convention with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan on tour.
Six months after the presidential vote, his father George Herbert, his brother Jeb, and even his mother Barbara are committed to supporting the campaign of Mitt Romney. Not to mention the […]