Opinion & Editorials

Americans Elect: Draft Mark Cuban for President

Americans Elect: Draft Mark Cuban for President

With only about three weeks to go before the Americans Elect process really gets underway, none of the declared candidates are even close to gaining enough support to qualify for the online caucus. At least under the current rules. So I started to wonder if […]

by · April 17, 2012 · 0 comments ·
Kelly Clarkson Actually Supports Gary Johnson

Kelly Clarkson Actually Supports Gary Johnson

Much has been made this morning over American Idol winner and popular singer Kelly Clarkson’s tweet of support for Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul. “I love Ron Paul,” Clarkson wrote on Thursday. “I liked him a lot during the last republican nomination and no one […]

by · December 29, 2011 · 9 comments ·
Newsletters Highlight Why Gary Johnson Should Have Been the ‘Liberty Candidate’

Newsletters Highlight Why Gary Johnson Should Have Been the ‘Liberty Candidate’

When Gary Johnson declared he was seeking the Republican presidential nomination, the thought among many was that he was an electable version of Ron Paul, the popular and controversial Texas Congressman who had captured the attention of millions during his 2008 bid.   Johnson would be […]

by · December 23, 2011 · 10 comments ·
Shut Out of Debates, Johnson and Roemer Head for the Exits

Shut Out of Debates, Johnson and Roemer Head for the Exits

Two of the more interesting candidates for the Republican presidential nomination appear to be set on trajectories that will propel them outside of the GOP’s orbit within the next several weeks. Former Louisiana Governor Buddy Roemer is now openly telling media that after New Hampshire, […]

by · December 15, 2011 · 2 comments ·
Darcy Richardson to Challenge Obama in NH Democratic Primary

Darcy Richardson to Challenge Obama in NH Democratic Primary

As many of you already know, it’s official, President Obama will now face some sort of organized opposition in the New Hampshire Democratic primary next January. Darcy Richardson, my friend and the co-founder of Uncovered Politics, filed paperwork on Friday to become the first (and so far, […]

by · October 25, 2011 · 2 comments ·
Roemer’s Message Seductive, But He Can’t Close The Deal

Roemer’s Message Seductive, But He Can’t Close The Deal

Actor, director and producer Danny DeVito is currently best known for playing the role of Frank Reynolds on the hit FX sitcom It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.   But he’s also a very active celebrity on social networking site Twitter, with more than 1.5 million […]

by · October 18, 2011 · 4 comments ·
Dear Libertarian Party: Candidates Like This Drive Me Nuts

Dear Libertarian Party: Candidates Like This Drive Me Nuts

I sat down with the intention of researching and writing a short profile on Scott Lewis, the Libertarian Party’s candidate for governor in Louisiana this year. Recently, Richard Winger noted on Ballot Access News that Governor Bobby Jindal is a slam-dunk for re-election in a […]

by · October 17, 2011 · 6 comments ·
Bill Still to Seek Libertarian Party’s Presidential Nomination

Bill Still to Seek Libertarian Party’s Presidential Nomination

Award-winning documentary film director Bill Still announced yesterday that he intends to seek the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination in 2012.  Appearing on Salt Lake City’s KTKK radio, the longtime fiat-money champion said that his candidacy will focus “like a laser beam on the monetary reform […]

by · October 13, 2011 · 2 comments ·

Democrats Need a 12-Step Recovery Program on Taxes

by Lawrence Kudlow Here’s a question: Why is repealing the Bush tax cuts such a constant obsession for the Democratic Party? Especially the top rates for the most successful earners and small-business entrepreneurs? It seems this is the Democratic answer for every single issue, every […]

by · July 8, 2011 · 0 comments ·

Exactly Why Are the Kids Coming Home?

by Froma Harrop The age of “residential adolescence” is upon us, apparently. Nearly 45 percent of adults ages 20 to 24 now live at home with their parents. That’s 1.7 million more than in 2005. Nicholas Retsinas, a real estate expert at Harvard Business School, […]

by · July 8, 2011 · 1 comment ·