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Nobody is talking about one crucial aspect of Ted Cruz's eligibility to become President --whether Ted Cruz ever technically became a citizen in the first place, or that he might have obtained his citizenship much later through the naturalization process.
"After they drove the car into the ditch, made it as difficult as possible for us to pull it back, now they want the keys back. No! You can't drive. We don't want to have to go back into the ditch. We just got the car out." -- President Obama slamming Republicans on the campaign trail, May 2010.
“We as Americans and as humans have very selective hearing and very selective memory. We only hear what we want to hear and disregard the rest.” – Frank Luntz, Republican strategist...
An investigation by CNN has exposed that the National Republican Congressional Committee and Super PAC's associated with Republican candidates in the 2014 election cycle set up fake Twitter accounts to share internal polling data, which seems to violate campaign finance laws in the post Citizens United world.
Quick question, and answer with your gut, which political party in this country is the party of liberty? The Republicans, or the Democrats? Which is the party of freedom? The party of equality? Which is the party of compassion, or common sense? Now hold those answers in head, and let me ask a few more and see if by the time you read all of this, you still feel the same: What have
A recent survey conducted by the Public Policy Center of Pennsylvania asked over 1,400 American adults to do a simple task that every elementary school child should know, which is to name the three branches of our federal government. The results leave me more than a little frustrated and despaired. Over one third of respondents could not name the three branches of government.
John Heilemann on Charlie Rose mentioned Congressman Paul Ryan as having a compelling GOP message in development so that I watched his CPAC presentation from last spring where I failed to see anything to save the Republican party from disappointment this fall and obliteration in 2016; specifically because their focus on austerity will be contrasted by good economic news.
The Republican Party has become increasingly divided over the last few years. From the relatively new Tea Party faction and libertarian movement, to the evangelical beholden, to the staunch conservatives and every shade in between, the GOP are starting to resemble a roomful of stray cats over the united party they once were.
Project Veritas News & Opinion Articles
|Mon May 25, 2015 | inthesetimes.com|
Few ideas are more powerful in U.S. politics than local control. The South rallied around states’ rights during the Civ...
|Mon Aug 01, 2011 | thenation.com|
Hundreds of ALEC’s model bills and resolutions bear traces of Koch DNA: raw ideas that were once at the fringes but tha...
|Fri Apr 27, 2012 | maddowblog.msnbc.msn.com|
If President Obama has failed as spectacularly as his Republican detractors argue, shouldn't it be easier for them to c...
While trying to expose corruption in the New Hampshire Republican Primary, O'Keefe and his Organization, Project Veritas, illegal obtained primary ballots by using the names of deceased individuals. Obtaining ballots under false pretenses, whether used or not, is a felony in New Hampshire and many are hoping to prosecute O'Keefe and his accomplices to the full extent of the law.
O'Keefe planned to seduce CCN Anchor Abbie Boudreau or his floating 'Pleasure Palace' with suggestive talk, candles and dildos as part of some kind of prank or practical joke. The joke failed when Izzy Santa, the executive director of Project Veritas, gave up the prank just before O'Keefe was going to enact it.
Four members of Project Veritas, led by James O'Keefe, were caught trying to enter the office of Mary Landrieu while disguised as city workers. O'Keefe and the 3 others were charged with entering federal property under false pretenses for the purpose of committing a felony, which can carry a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. O'Keefe and his accomplices plead guilty to misdemeanor charges of entering federal property under false pretenses, and was sentenced to 3 years probation, 100 hours of community service and a $1,500 fine.