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    08/02/2015 9:32:08 AM PDT · by gwgn02 · 99 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 8/2/2015 | Pam Key
    Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he would “certainly not give up” the possibility of running as a third-party candidate if he is not treated “fairly” by the GOP.
  • Trump: If RNC isn’t “fair” to me, I’ll run as an independent;

    07/23/2015 8:46:45 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 164 replies
    Hot ^ | July 23, 2015 | ED MORRISEY
    After a few days of vacation, I wondered whether the Donald Trump phenomenon would have burnt itself out somewhat, as it did four years ago in a summer fizzle. Instead, Trump’s polling has strengthened nearly to the same level as in the spring of 2011 among Republican primary voters. So why is Trump picking this time to threaten to leave the GOP? The Hill’s exclusive interview with the mogul this morning includes a demand for fairness from the RNC from Trump, with an explicit warning that Trump may consider a third-party run: “The RNC has not been supportive. They were...
  • Real ‘Possibility’ Trump Runs as a Third Party Candidate

    07/21/2015 11:05:17 AM PDT · by Coronal · 147 replies ^ | July 20 2015 | Pam Key
    Monday on AM 970’s “The Joe Piscopo Show,” pollster Frank Luntz suggested that since Republican presidential candidate and longtime Clinton friend Donald Trump refused to say he would endorse whoever got the Republican party nomination, it is a real “possibility” Trump is planning a third party run. This, as host Joe Piscopo pointed out, would allow Hillary to “walk right in” to the presidency and be an astonishing historical repeat, because Ross Perot’s third party candidacy is credited for President Bill Clinton’s victory over President George H.W. Bush in 1992.
  • Ralph Nader: Trump for President? Giving GOP nightmares

    06/21/2015 3:20:47 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 21 replies
    The New Haven Register ^ | June 21, 2015 | Ralph Nader
    Donald Trump, the bombastic builder of Trump towers and Trump gambling casinos, is moving from his reality TV show to the theater of presidential elections. If he survives the first three months of mass media drubbing him and his notorious affliction of ‘leaving no impulsive opinion behind,’ he’s going to be trouble for the other fifteen or so Republican presidential candidates. Already the commentators have derided his massive egotitis – he said “I” 195 times in his announcement speech, not counting the 28 times he said “my” or “mine” or the 22 mentions of “me.” But Trump revels in self-promotion...
  • Witless Ape Rides Escalator [Trump]

    06/16/2015 1:50:28 PM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 96 replies
    National Review ^ | June 16, 2015 | Kevin D. Williamson
    Donald Trump may be the man America needs. Having been through four bankruptcies, the ridiculous buffoon with the worst taste since Caligula is uniquely positioned to lead the most indebted organization in the history of the human race.The Trump conglomerate is the Argentina of limited-liability companies,having been in bankruptcy as recently as 2009. To be sure,a lot of companies went bankrupt around then. The Trump gang went bankrupt in 2004,too,and in 2001. Before that, Trump was in bankruptcy court back in 1991 when his Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City—the nation’s first casino-cum-strip-club, an aesthetic crime against humanity that is...
  • Family of racist Oklahoma frat boy flee their home after death threats as protesters rally [tr]

    03/12/2015 7:59:33 AM PDT · by C19fan · 48 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | March 12, 2015 | Michael Zennie and Chris Spargo
    Dozens of angry protesters have descended on the wealthy Dallas neighborhood where racist Oklahoma frat boy Parker Rice lives - hoping to shame his parents for their son's participation in the horrific racist chant that shocked the nation. Rice, a former Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother at University of Oklahoma, and his parents Bob and Jan say they have been forced to flee their $650,000 home in the elite suburb of Preston Hollow - home to the likes of George W. Bush, Mark Cuban and Ross Perot. Neighbors looked on in dismay as about two dozen protesters marched up the street...
  • Five things Obama must do to avoid lame-duck status ["It's not personal"]

    12/31/2013 4:20:20 AM PST · by Cincinatus' Wife · 48 replies
    The Hill ^ | December 31, 2013 | Amie Parnes
    President Obama endured a terrible 2013, raising GOP hopes of a Senate takeover in next year’s midterm elections that would turn him into an early lame duck. The GOP needs to win six seats in the upper chamber to take a 51-49 edge, something clearly obtainable with Democrats defending difficult seats in South Dakota, Montana, West Virginia, Arkansas, Alaska, Louisiana and North Carolina. With the Senate and House in GOP hands, Obama would have little if any hope of moving his legislative agenda, and would be left to play defense against a GOP Congress in his final two years in...
  • Economists Toast 20 Years Of NAFTA; Critics Sit Out The Party

    12/08/2013 1:14:48 PM PST · by Theoria · 66 replies
    NPR ^ | 08 Dec 2013 | Marilyn Geewax
    Twenty years ago, millions of Americans were cocking their ears — waiting to hear a "giant sucking sound."They feared Mexico would begin vacuuming up U.S. manufacturing jobs as soon as President Clinton signed the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, on Dec. 8, 1993. The "sucking sound" famously had been forecast in 1992 by Ross Perot, the businessman turned independent presidential candidate.Clinton won the election, and began pushing for NAFTA's passage. He promised the sprawling trade agreement would become a wealth generator as it pulled together the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico.Who turned out to be...
  • Guess Which Texas Billionaire Just Donated $1 Million to Planned Parenthood

    08/31/2013 1:41:56 PM PDT · by Mozilla · 49 replies
    Mediaite ^ | August 31st, 2013 | Evan McMurry
    Plutocrat and former third party presidential candidate Ross Perot donated $1 million to Planned Parenthood of Texas, to help fill the gap left by the state’s defunding of the Women’s Health Program. “For nearly 100 years Planned Parenthood has helped to educate men and women regarding family planning and general family health,” said Margot Perot, speaking for the Perot Foundation of Dallas. “Our family has supported this nonprofit for many years because we are impressed with the work they do—providing birth control; scientifically based education; breast health exams; and basic, life-saving healthcare for women who cannot afford services otherwise.” In...
  • Ross Perot Steps Up for Beleaguered Texas Planned Parenthood [Donates $1 million[

    08/30/2013 9:10:43 PM PDT · by Alter Kaker · 52 replies
    NY Magazine ^ | 30 August 2013 | Kat Stoeffel
    Billionaire and former presidential candidate Ross Perot’s foundation announced yesterday that it will donate $1 million to Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, the Huffington Post reports. Governor Rick Perry cut off the women’s health network’s state and federal funding last year — including funds that went to its preventative and basic health-care programs for uninsured women — citing the overarching pro-abortion stance. (He called this a “win for women.”) The abortion restrictions signed into law in June have already closed three Planned Parenthood clinics. Perot’s wife Margot said in a written statement that the foundation recognized “the need to further...
  • Whatever Happened to H. Ross Perot?

    08/24/2012 6:36:35 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 43 replies
    National Review ^ | 08/24/2012 | Jim Geraghty
    <p>When the Tea Parties appeared on the scene in 2009, some argued that they seemed to be the second coming of the supporters of H. Ross Perot --- right-leaning but wary of the traditional leadership of the Republican party, deeply concerned about budgetary and debt issues, and generally disgusted with Washington and incumbents.</p>
  • Would you vote for Romney?

    03/15/2012 9:58:29 AM PDT · by BO Stinkss · 247 replies | 03/15/2012 | BO Stinkss
    <p>I have seen a lot of FReepers state that they would NEVER cast a vote for Romney. That is my gut reaction as well. Mitt is on recored saying that I will vote for him eventually. His arrogance makes me want to prove him wrong and write in a cadidate. But I fear that will lead to 4 more years of Obama. Until I stare at the ballot in November, I don't know for sure what I will do. If it is a choice between Obama and Romney, what will you do?</p>
  • Romney’s Delegate Lead Grows

    03/14/2012 8:40:27 AM PDT · by Iron Munro · 191 replies
    The Washington Post ^ | March 14, 2012 | Aaron Blake
    Despite his losses in the Alabama and Mississippi primaries, Mitt Romney appears to have expanded his delegate lead on Tuesday. The most recent projections from AP show Rick Santorum took 31 delegates from Alabama and Mississippi, while Newt Gingrich took 24 delegates and Romney got 23 But this morning, Romney was projected to win all nine delegates from American Samoa’s caucuses, and he also won the Hawaii caucuses by a large margin. AP projections show Romney beat Santorum 18 delegates to four in those jurisdictions. So, as of this morning, Romney has won 41 delegates from Tuesday’s contests, compared to...
  • Gingrich Denies Splitting GOP Votes

    03/13/2012 9:03:29 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 141 replies · 1+ views
    Obama's SuperPac ABC News ^ | March 13th, 2012 | Newt Video
    Newt Gingrich says, "Between us, Santorum and I are stopping Romney."
  • Ron Paul Warns GOP Not To "Capitulate" On Taxes, Won't Rule Out Indy Bid (Hannity radio interview)

    11/18/2011 4:43:24 PM PST · by Free ThinkerNY · 79 replies
    Ron Paul with Sean Hannity discussing the economy and the election. Paul talks about the lack of attention he receives, if he is not ignored altogether. Paul says he and his staff were "annoyed" by the fact that he only received 89 seconds to speak at the last Republican debate. Paul warned his Republican colleagues in the Congress that they better keep their pledge to not raise taxes. He says if they do "capitulate" on taxes then people will make them pay. "I have no intention of doing that," Paul says of a third-party run if he doesn't get the...
  • The Other Time Obama Messed With Texas

    04/20/2011 6:37:24 PM PDT · by The Looking Spoon · 4 replies
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 4-20-11 | Jared H. McAndersen
    Get the context for this piece here.
  • President Palin [He's not happy about it]

    12/05/2010 5:32:58 PM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 48 replies
    No Cure for That ^ | November 19, 2010 | Davis Fleetwood
    Two week ago, when John Heilemann wrote a cover story for New York Magazine outlining the perfect storm that could carry Sarah Palin to a Presidential election victory in 2012, I would have told you that Sarah was much more powerful as a king-maker and not a King. And then she went and bragged to Barbara Walters that she can beat Obama in 2012 this. Hah ha. Funny. In an Armageddon kind of way right? We can’t be that stupid, can we? Well… in the immortal slogan of an era long ago: yes we can! So I decided to re-read...
  • What is this? Tea Party Express news?

    10/05/2010 3:59:01 PM PDT · by j.argese · 57 replies
    e-mail ^ | 10 - 5 - 2010 | j.argese
    This was my inbox: Fellow conservatives, First off, we are a group of conservative and Tea Party activists who are against the Tea Party Express. We support their political views, which most all conservative groups share, but do not agree with their unsavory fundraising, organizational, and political tactics. With that said, if you are a supporter of the Tea Party Express, we would like you to seriously reconsider any financial and moral support of their organization. The time to hold them accountable is now. Contact the Tea Party Express and ask them for a refund of your contribution. Simply provide...
  • What happened to the Zot Party?

    09/27/2010 4:53:55 AM PDT · by GrandSportC3 · 156 replies · 1+ views
    When the Tea Party first started out, I was a enthusiastic supporter.. The Tea Party perfectly represented what my views are.. I'm a 100% fiscal conservative and I believe in small government on ALL issues. In the beginning, the Tea Party seemed to be such movement that would support candidates based on FISCAL issues. Initially, that was the case and people like Scott Brown have been elected. However, since then, it seems like the Tea Party Express and other Tea Party organizations have been hijacked by the social conservative wing of the GOP (i.e. Sarah Palin). Social issues were introduced...
  • Ron Paul Emerging as Ross Perot’s Doppelganger

    02/21/2010 3:20:54 PM PST · by Michael van der Galien · 40 replies · 1,150+ views
    Ron Paul’s straw poll “victory” at last weeks American Conservative Union’s CPAC convention was surprising. It leads one to believe conservatives retain the ability to snap defeat from the jaws of victory this coming Fall. Ann Coulter reflects the opinion of many conservatives when she claims agreement with Ron Paul on almost all issues except for foreign policy goals. Paul, who has Pat Buchanan isolationist tendencies, claims to be an economic libertarian and has many credentials, which support that claim. He is a member, for example, of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute. Von Mises and, later, F.H. Hayek, contributed greatly...
  • Lou Dobbs, 2012 and the ghost of Perot

    11/30/2009 7:53:36 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 39 replies · 796+ views
    Reuters ^ | 11/30/2009 | James Pethokoukis
    If former CNN anchorman Lou Dobbs decides to make an independent bid for president in 2012, he will probably find the political climate as hospitable for an insurgent run — if not more so — as it was in 1992, when Ross Perot captured a fifth of the popular vote. (It was the best showing by a third-party candidate since Bull Moose Teddy Roosevelt finished second with 27.4 percent of the vote in 1912.) The dreary economic New Normal that is the aftermath of the Great Recession has created a huge political opening for Dobbs or Michael Bloomberg or Sarah...
  • Dobbs in 2012 Gets Up to 14% of Vote, Hurts GOP Chances

    11/25/2009 10:50:17 AM PST · by SmokingJoe · 93 replies · 2,199+ views
    Rasmussen Reports ^ | Wednesday, November 25, 2009 | Rasmussen
    Former CNN anchor Lou Dobbs has indicated that he might consider an independent bid for the White House in 2012, and early polling shows he could attract up to 14% of the vote. However, some of that is almost certainly a generic protest vote as an unnamed “some other candidate” picks up between six percent (6%) and nine percent (9%) of the vote in similar 2012 match-ups. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that if the choice is between President Obama, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and Dobbs, Obama leads 42% to 34% with Dobbs pulling 14% of...
  • As Obama Implodes, Is This Wishful Thinking?

    09/25/2009 7:34:25 AM PDT · by PurpleMountains · 19 replies · 983+ views
    From Sea to Shining Sea ^ | 9/25/09 | Purple Mountains
    Once again a familiar scenario is being played out. Memories fade as to how bad liberal governance can be, and a liberal Democrat is elected president. Once in office, the failure of policies based on what liberals would like the world to be (instead of what experience has shown) becomes obvious, and dissatisfaction with this nonsense rises. In Obama's case we have the added specter of his obvious hatred for his own country and his desire to right imagined wrongs to add to the mix. Please, please, conservatives, I beg of you. Put your energy into reshaping the Republican Party...
  • Bob Barr Implodes (Russ Verney mismanaged campaign)

    10/01/2008 10:58:03 PM PDT · by Kurt Evans · 33 replies · 1,976+ views
    The American Conservative ^ | September 22, 2008 | Daniel McCarthy
    Bob Barr Implodes: Two weeks ago the Libertarian nominee pulled out of a press conference Ron Paul had called with the four leading third-party candidates (Barr, Baldwin, Nader, McKinney) to highlight their common ground. Barr decided to hold a press conference of his own down the hall. He also sent Paul a snide note — transmitted to Barr's e-mail list as well — suggesting that Paul ought to replace the hapless Wayne Allyn Root as Barr's running mate. This ploy could hardly have been more ham-handed: If Barr wanted to appear generous, he should have offered Paul, obviously by far...
  • Is Clinton in for the really long haul? (No Dem nomination, she will run as an independent)

    04/28/2008 2:49:14 PM PDT · by LdSentinal · 52 replies · 133+ views
    Radio News ^ | 4/28/08
    At least one source is saying people in the camp of Hillary Clinton (D-NY) are quietly floating the notion that if the road to the Democratic nomination for president comes to an end in Denver, that may not necessarily mean the end of the road in her pursuit of the White House. Is an independent candidacy a possibility? The speculation comes from U.S. Politics Today. It says, “At the moment, a Clinton independent candidacy is viewed as an idle threat, designed to pressure superdelegates with a party disaster if they don't nominate Clinton. But when you look at the electoral...
  • Bob Barr's intro of Dr. Ron Paul at CPAC

    02/08/2008 11:38:56 PM PST · by Gondring · 48 replies · 215+ views
    YouTube ^ | 2/7/2008 | Bob Barr
    [...] Among so many of our friends and our colleagues and folks who are involved in politics outside the four corners of this room, being a conservative or describing oneself as a conservative has gotten right-confusing. Now we have compassionate conservatives-- we've been down that road. We have convenient conservatives--those who are conservative when it's convenient to be conservative. And we even have big-government conservatives. I know that's an oxymoron, but a lot of these folks have never been known for consistency. It used to be if you were a conservative, people knew exactly where you were a supporter...
  • When Ross Perot Calls.....

    01/17/2008 7:33:22 AM PST · by rface · 47 replies · 500+ views
    NewsWeek ^ | 01.17.08 | Jonathan Alter
    The phone rang and it was Ross Perot, who hasn't given an interview in years. Perot, who won 19 percent of the vote in the 1992 presidential election, making him one of the strongest third-party candidates in American history, got straight to the point. "Remember what you wrote about John McCain in the March 13, 2000, NEWSWEEK?" "Sure," I lied. "When McCain called Perot 'nuttier than a fruitcake'?" The Texas billionaire, now 77, still has some scores to settle from the Vietnam era, and his timing is exquisite. Just days before the South Carolina GOP primary, he wants me to...
  • ‘Just What Dems Need: A Ralph Nader, With Money’

    01/10/2008 2:22:06 PM PST · by governsleastgovernsbest · 24 replies · 59+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | Mark Finkelstein
    Would a Mike Bloomberg presidential candidacy be the Dems' worst nightmare? Yes, according to Bill Schneider. The CNN Senior Political Analyst described the NYC Mayor in terms that should make Hillary Clinton's blood run cold: "a Ralph Nader, with money." Schneider offered his analysis at 4:40 PM ET today on the Situation Room. View video here.
  • Would you advocate third party or stay home if Huckabee is the candidate?

    10/28/2007 3:34:26 AM PDT · by ebmiller · 145 replies · 190+ views
    October 28,2007 | Ebmiller
    There is great hostility to Govenor Huckabee by many freepers. Since Rasmussen is including Huckabee in the daily tracking poll, it seems he is gaining some traction. I am curious since many on this site have grave doubts about a Huckabee presidency, how many would go to a third party or would just stay home?
  • [NYC Mayor Mike]Bloomberg (Ultra RINO): U.S. 'Is in Trouble' On the Coast He Chides Candidates

    06/19/2007 3:39:18 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 35 replies · 935+ views
    The New York Sun ^ | June 19, 2007 | Josh Gerstein
    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Mayor Bloomberg is decrying the state of the 2008 presidential race, faulting the major party candidates for offering shallow, simplistic prescriptions, and scolding the press for failing to demand more from those seeking the White House. During an appearance at Google's headquarters in Silicon Valley yesterday, Mr. Bloomberg said the televised debates among the presidential candidates have been, in essence, a waste of time. "They have absolutely nothing to do with the job and the qualifications. And they don't tell you anything about whether or not any of those candidates would be good or bad presidents....
  • Perot Jets to Erma to Bolster Scouts

    05/23/2007 8:14:50 PM PDT · by fgoodwin · 9 replies · 465+ views
    Cape May County Herald ^ | May 23, 2007 | Jack Fichter
    Perot Jets to Erma to Bolster Scouts By Jack Fichter May 23, 2007 ERMA — Ross Perot, former presidential candidate, billionaire businessman, and Eagle Scout, thrilled a crowd of veterans, Boy Scouts, and politicians May 18 at Naval Air Station Wildwood at the county airport. He was on time for his speaking engagement, as his private jet arrived 20 minutes ahead of scheduled. Perot was dressed in a dark suit and was courteous to all he came in contact with, including a number of audience members who received handshakes and autographs. The event coincided with a scouting weekend...
  • Is Michael Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton's Stalking Horse?

    05/18/2007 3:14:57 PM PDT · by V.Foster · 39 replies · 984+ views
    No Hillary Clinton ^ | Vince Foster
    Is Michael Bloomberg, Hillary Clinton’s “Stalking Horse”? Could Hillary Clinton and Michael Bloomberg be working in concert to bleed Republican votes away like Ross Perot did to George Bush Sr.? Few people know that Ross Perot and Bill Clinton were friends and had several closed door meetings at the Gov. Mansion in Arkansas and in Dallas, the home of Ross Perot, prior to the 1992 election. Could the Mayor of New York (A Liberal who ran as a Republican) be secretly helping out Hillary Clinton by joining the race as an Independent. Sure this would bleed off votes from both...
  • Will FR embrace socialism to make way for Rudy Giuliani as a Republican presidential candidate?

    04/21/2007 6:42:25 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 18,459 replies · 540,699+ views
    vanity | April 21, 2007 | Jim Robinson
    We've got some real challenges facing us. FR was established to fight against government corruption, overstepping, and abuse and to fight for a return to the limited constitutional government as envisioned and set forth by our founding fathers in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution and other founding documents. One of the biggest cases of government corruption, overstepping and abuse that I know of is its disgraceful headlong slide into a socialist hell. Our founders never intended for abortion to be the law of the land. And they never intended the Supreme Court to be a legislative body. They...
  • GAO Chief Warns Economic Disaster Looms

    10/28/2006 8:30:11 PM PDT · by Mel Gibson · 5 replies · 1,015+ views
    MyWay ^ | Oct 28, 2006 | MATT CRENSON
    From the hustings and the airwaves this campaign season, America's political class can be heard debating Capitol Hill sex scandals, the wisdom of the war in Iraq and which party is tougher on terror. Democrats and Republicans talk of cutting taxes to make life easier for the American people. What they don't talk about is a dirty little secret everyone in Washington knows, or at least should. The vast majority of economists and budget analysts agree: The ship of state is on a disastrous course, and will founder on the reefs of economic disaster if nothing is done to correct...

    06/18/2006 5:28:38 PM PDT · by Mia T · 262 replies · 8,928+ views ^ | 6.18.06 | Jon Christian Ryter
    THE THIRD PARTY HILLARY NEEDS... TO WINFLIM FLAM SCAM42% WILL VOTE FOR HILLARY. 40% WON'T. SHE NEEDS TO MAKE SURE THE OTHER 18% WON'T VOTE REPUBLICAN... JUST LIKE THE DNC MANAGED TO DO IN BOTH 1992 AND 1996 n 1991 when Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton decided to challenge President George H.W. Bush for the White House, all of the honest in-house polls the Clinton Campaign and the Democratic National Committee took indicated that Clinton would lose to Bush by a margin of 16 points. The polls taken by Bush and the Republican National Committee said the same thing. Bush...
  • (Vanity) Political Limerick 04-30-2006

    04/30/2006 7:59:10 AM PDT · by grey_whiskers · 201+ views
    grey_whiskers ^ | 04-30-2006 | grey_whiskers
    See for example this thread first. They said "What is good for GM is good for America."...'HEM!! I will give no hugs to those damn union thugs to avoid ending bankrupt, like them.
  • Mihos Will Run as an Independent

    03/01/2006 6:42:17 PM PST · by JAWs · 12 replies · 529+ views
    Patriot Ledger ^ | 3/1/06 | Tom Benner
    Mihos will run for governor as independentBy Tom Benner Patriot Ledger State House BureauBOSTON - Brockton native and convenience store magnate Christy Mihos will announce on Thursday that he is bolting the Republican Party to run for governor as an independent candidate, a campaign aide said.The decision by Mihos, a multi-millionaire and longtime underwriter of Republican office-seekers, comes as a major blow to Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey, whose own campaign for governor stands to suffer now that there's a three-way race for the corner office.Mihos will make his formal announcement at a 5:15 p.m. press conference Thursday outside the State...
  • Why we should hate Perot more each day

    11/08/2005 7:40:44 PM PST · by NorthEastRepublican · 28 replies · 651+ views
    Just my take We should hate Perot more each day. As we all know Bush would have won in 1992 had it not been for Perot. Aside from the horrible presidency of Clinton, he reshaped politics. Clintons win allowed the Democrats to solidify some blue states allowed the Dems to make some states blue. For example NJ, CA, IL, WA, OR were all Republican states until Clinton. Even areas in NY like Westchester and Long Island were all Republican but have become dem because of Clinton. Clintons presidency took away some states from us and we can all point our...

    07/27/2005 4:54:46 AM PDT · by Mia T · 16 replies · 2,157+ views
    7.27.05 | Mia T, Tony Blankley
    ROE, MEDICAL SCIENCE, THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT, ROSS PEROT + HILLARY CLINTON by Mia T, 7.27.05 As the John Roberts' Supreme Court nomination fight opens, the predicted battle to save or kill Roe v Wade already has taken to the streets, the Internet and the media. But the 32-year-old constitutional right to an abortion may face its gravest challenge not from red state values triumphing on the Supreme Court, but from medical research being carried out in elite blue state universities and in Europe and Asia.   It is the very language of Roe that carries the seed of its own...
  • Secret Agenda: Law of the Sea Treaty Will Provide Key “Elements” of “World Government”

    05/25/2005 4:18:06 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 37 replies · 2,511+ views
    America' ^ | Cliff Kincaid
    Saying that the Joint Chiefs and combatant commanders “strongly support” ratification of the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), General Richard B. Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has stated that the measure “ensures the ability of the US Armed Forces to operate freely across the vast expanse of the world’s oceans under the authority of widely recognized and accepted international law.” [1] But would our military leaders support the treaty if they knew that the activists behind it were also instrumental in promoting the International Criminal Court (ICC), which could prosecute and imprison American troops and military...
  • In the Midst of Budget Decadence, a Leader Will Arise

    02/19/2005 6:43:33 AM PST · by livesbygrace · 33 replies · 697+ views
    The New York Times ^ | February 19, 2005 | DAVID BROOKS
    There's going to be another Ross Perot, and this time he's going to be younger. There's going to be a millionaire rising out of the country somewhere and he (or she) is going to lead a movement of people who are worried about federal deficits, who are offended by the horrendous burden seniors are placing on the young and who are disgusted by a legislative process that sometimes suggests that the government has lost all capacity for self-control.He's going to be set off by some event like what is happening right now with the Medicare prescription drug benefit. He's going...
  • The Reform Party wrong on its stance on the Patriot Act

    11/18/2004 3:37:00 PM PST · by Lord Nelson · 21 replies · 469+ views
    Reform Party of the USA
    5) Resolution on the Homeland Security Act/Patriot Acts I and II Whereas the Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill of Rights enumerating our fundamental freedoms is the supreme law of the land and Whereas, the Homeland Security Act/Patriot Act I and II violates the Constitutional rights of United States citizens by treating every major violation of law as if it were an act of terrorism even if clearly it is not, and Whereas, in the Patriot Act any citizen tried under this act is denied attorney/client privileges, peaceful protests and demonstrations against governmental policies are also...
  • The time is NOW to start a REAL third party!

    11/04/2004 9:26:57 AM PST · by AKSurprise · 46 replies · 1,118+ views
    DU ^ | 11/04/04 | DU Lunatics
    Loony Extreme Dimorat left chattering about starting a third (liberal wacko) party. I have seen this coming for several years, and posted here on FR about this happening after the Dims lost the election a few months ago. The following was my prediction two months ago from my post on FR, sorry don't have time to find the link right now.

    08/16/2002 7:39:49 AM PDT · by Merchant Seaman · 728 replies · 30,137+ views
    Annoyed Reader
    The purpose of's multiple message boards is to limit the topics for each board to particular topics. Posting the same message on all the boards defeats the purpose of multiple-boards for special topics. It is very annoying to see the same message on every bulletin board. PLEASE! DO THE READERS A FAVOR. STOP CROSS-POSTING YOUR MESSAGES!
  • Ross Perot's company to increase workforce in India

    02/07/2004 9:48:54 PM PST · by AM2000 · 18 replies · 1,055+ views ^ | Washington, February 7 2004 | Indo-Asian News Service
    Perot Systems, the computer services company founded by former presidential candidate Ross Perot, is all set to add about 3,500 jobs in India and move into two new facilities there this year. Most of the growth will come from a call centre and medical claims processing business, whose employee numbers are expected to rise to 2,800 workers from 800, said a report in the Star Telegram, published from Dallas, Texas. Mindy Brown, a spokeswoman for the company, said the expansion was related to acquisitions of two Indian companies made by Perot Systems in the past year. In July, Perot Systems...
  • Ralph Nader Defends Mcclintock (My Title)

    09/26/2003 8:55:16 PM PDT · by South40 · 47 replies · 431+ views
    SFGate ^ | 9/26/03
    <p>SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- As a growing number of GOP heavyweights rally behind Republican gubernatorial hopeful Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sen. Tom McClintock risks being labeled a "spoiler" if his candidacy costs the Republicans the election.</p> <p>But former Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader, widely considered a spoiler for taking votes from Democrat Al Gore in the 2000 election, said dropping out now would cost McClintock a major loss of integrity.</p>
  • Giant Sucking Sound

    09/20/2003 4:47:03 PM PDT · by sarcasm · 12 replies · 328+ views
    Forbes ^ | September 29, 2003 | Robyn Meredith
    The new Electronic Data System office in Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is half a world away from company headquarters in Plano, Tex. Getting to this Indian office requires a bumpy two-hour drive from downtown Mumbai. At every stoplight women dressed in rags and holding emaciated, dull-eyed infants tap car windows to beg. In the slums lining the roads, thousands of people live crammed into dirt-floored rooms, sheltered from monsoon rains by plastic sheets. At the end of the drive is a heavily guarded, new office tower that rises above the slums. This is where Amit, 24, works. "This is Andy. How...
  • Lessons of the Bush Defeat:The Conservative Electorate of 1992

    08/18/2003 1:19:28 PM PDT · by M 91 u2 K · 11 replies · 222+ views
    Ashbrook Center ^ | David K. Nichols
    Lessons of the Bush Defeat: The Conservative Electorate of 1992 by David K. Nichols …what Perot's candidacy did was to give the voters who were dissatisfied with their respective parties a chance to protest without taking the revolutionary step of voting for the other side. Clinton received only 10% of the Republican votes, up a mere 2% from 1988. Almost all of the Republican voters who deserted Bush moved to Perot. This is perhaps the most conclusive sign that Bush lost, rather than Clinton won.If there is agreement on anything about the 1992 election, it is that the election represented...
  • Perot gears up

    08/08/2003 8:18:00 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 61 replies · 201+ views
    Salon ^ | 8/8/03
    According to a book proposal he's circulating, the former Bush spoiler is positioning himself as a voice to reckon with in 2004 -- and maybe more. Aug. 8, 2003 | Is Ross Perot plotting a return to the national stage in time for the 2004 elections? Judging from a well-written 95-page book proposal making its way through the New York publishing circuit, a copy of which arrived unbidden in my e-mail, the crazy aunt in the basement wants to sing again. For connoisseurs of political entertainment, "America the Broken: How to Reform and Revive the Greatest Democracy Ever Known," which...
  • Come back Ross Perot; we need you and your message

    06/24/2003 4:11:42 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 133 replies · 323+ views
    Orlando sentinel ^ | June 24, 2003 | BILL FERGUSON, Macon Telegraph
    The year was 1992. America was in the midst of an economic recession, and a presidential election was looming. The two major parties produced a pair of candidates that had the electorate issuing a collective yawn -- a sitting president who seemed aloof and clueless on how to turn around the sagging economy and a slick-talking governor from Arkansas who seemed to have only a passing familiarity with the truth. Out of nowhere rode a brash little Texas billionaire who ran one of the most successful third-party presidential campaigns in history by spending a great deal of his own money...