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House passes $1.1 trillion government spending bill

US House of Representatives

Republicans have muscled a $1.1 trillion bill financing government agencies through the House after President Barack Obama phoned Democratic lawmakers and urged them to back the measure. The House approved the measure late Thursday by 219-206. The compromise bill keeps agencies funded through next September. Many conservatives opposed it because it did not block Obama’s recent executive actions on immigration. ... Read More »

$4 billion spent on advertising for midterm elections

Politics US midterm elections

The 2014 midterms may well mark the election cycle in which the small donor got left behind. Revised projections by the Center for Responsive Politics for the total cost of these congressional races suggest they may be only slightly more expensive than those in 2010, but outside money will have played an outsized role. And the number of identified individual donors will ... Read More »

Exposed: where politicians get their contribution money from

Politician contribution money

Ever wonder where your congressperson’s campaign contributions come from? A new browser plugin is aiming to shed light on the money trail, and it was built by a teenager. While there are already great tools to help informed voters look into what special interests are impacting local and national politics, such as those by the Sunlight Foundation, the new web ... Read More »

Top 10 reasons libertarians aren’t nice to you

Why libertarians arent nice to you

People often complain about libertarians being rude and obnoxious. It’s not nearly as widespread a problem as some would make it out to be, and contrary to popular belief, this did not begin with me. To the extent that it does exist, I have become to many this sort of picture of the asshole libertarian who doesn’t give a shit ... Read More »

US government approval rating hits all-time low 18%

US flag upside down

Numbers from the latest Gallup poll reveal Americans’ confidence in the two-party dominated system has hit an all-time low, with only 18 percent saying they’re satisfied with the way the nation is being run. “This is the lowest government satisfaction rating in Gallup’s history of asking the question dating back to 1971,” admitted the polling agency. The ramifications of the ... Read More »

Hitlery Clinton to run for President in 2016

Hillary Clinton 2016 president bid confirmed

Angelo Tsakopoulos, a close friend and top political donor to the Clintons as well as the Democratic Party, confirmed that Hillary Clinton will seek the Democratic nomination in the next Presidential election. Tsakopoulos told Greek Reporter that the former Secretary of State will run for President in 2016, putting an end to speculation over whether Clinton will make a second bid for ... Read More »

2012 US presidential campaign cost $7 billion

Romney vs Obama

Parties, candidates and other organizations put up about $7 billion in the 2012 presidential election in the US. It was the first presidential vote following the Supreme Court ruling that granted corporations freedom of political speech. And like every American presidential election before it, it set the record for most expensive campaign in history. Political parties – mostly, but not only, ... Read More »

Obama wins….more drones, NDAA and banker bailouts coming!!

Obama

Editor’s note: Regardless of whether Obama or Romney got in, the same New World Order agenda would be carried out. Barack Obama has been elected to a second term as President of the United States. Republican candidate Mitt Romney has conceded the race, and wished Obama a successful term in his concession speech. “We’re all in this together. That’s how ... Read More »

90 million to shun US election

USA vote election

Fresh reports show that 90 million eligible American voters have decided to withhold their ballots in the 57th US presidential election. Monday reports showed that out of 207 million eligible voters in the US, only 150 million have registered to take part in the election. A Gallup poll of 6,520 US-based registered voters from October 15 to 28 has also ... Read More »

GOP unleashes attacks on Libertarian presidential candidate

Gary Johnson Libertarian

Recent polls suggest Republican nominee Mitt Romney is narrowing in on US President Barack Obama, but the incumbent isn’t the only one posing a challenge to the GOP. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson is also giving Republicans a run for their money. Johnson, the two-time governor of New Mexico and former contender for the GOP endorsement in this year’s race, has ... Read More »