The Contentious Debate on Ron Paul Among Progressives

By: Monday January 9, 2012 5:01 pm

There’s something deeply bothersome about the way which Raw Story executive editor Megan Carpentier misquoted Salon blogger Glenn Greenwald in a post published at The Guardian on January 8 that was titled, “Ron Paul’s useful idiots on the left.” What she did was no different than what someone with a news organization like Fox News [...]

The Confines of US Elections & the Scorn a Person Can Face for Challenging Them

By: Thursday January 5, 2012 8:43 pm

(update below) Various “progressive voices” that agree or sympathize with GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul’s positions on wars, foreign policy and civil liberties have spoken in favor of the possible impact Paul could have on debate in this country during the 2012 Election. Those individuals have been quickly met with fervent disapproval from liberals who [...]

Post-Iowa Caucus, CBS/AP Dwell on Occupy’s Impact on Outcome

By: Wednesday January 4, 2012 11:13 am

CBS/AP has posted a report on “Occupy the Iowa Caucus,” which sought to have some kind of influence on the Iowa Caucus that happened yesterday. The report concludes that while there were “attention-grabbing protests” in the run-up to the Caucus the outcome of the Caucus shows Occupy has not “matured into a political force.” CBS/AP [...]

Lt. Pike Attends CNN’s GOP National Security Debate

By: Wednesday November 23, 2011 7:39 am

CNN held another GOP debate last night. This time it was on national security, which basically meant this was an opportunity for candidates to show how willing they would be to go to war for Israel or American posterity and how willing they would be to take away more civil liberties so that they could [...]

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