Contraception works no matter what Rick Santorum and the rest of the religious right think. Gutting funding to Planned Parenthood could jeopardize a desirable trend from recent years. The teen pregnancy rate in the United States dipped to its lowest recorded level since 1976, a government report Estimated Pregnancy Rates and Rates of Pregnancy Outcomes for the United States, 1990-2008 shows. Continue reading
Paul Ryan’s acceptance of the number two spot brings something to mind: People need to educate themselves about the foreign born, anti-humanist, writer of The Fountainhead, and Atlas Shrugged. It can be argued that Ayn Rand has already hugely influenced the career of former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, a well-known Rand devotee, and thereby America’s financial policy for decades, and look what happened. Continue reading
Oh, what the hell! Let’s check it out, shall we?
With all the furor surrounding the jabs Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are already trading in the media, we neglect the race’s premier “dark horse”. The often forgotten Candidate from Texas, Ron Paul, informs his supporters of event that will take place at noon on Sunday, August 26th at the University of South Florida’s 11,000-seat Sun Dome in a YouTube video. Ron Paul Rally in Texas Ahead of Tampa GOP Convention
In light of Representative Ron Paul’s announcement Monday he will no longer be actively campaigning in the GOP presidential primaries, it becomes even clearer that Decision 2012 will be the most remarkable Presidential election cycle for so very many reasons. One of those reasons is the steely determination of Ron Paul, and the unwavering support of the folks that comprise his campaign machine. Continue reading
Well it is official – Mitt Romney and Ron Paul makes two! Yesterday marked the exit from the Republican presidential primary of Newt Gingrich, rumored to be seeking a deal to trade his endorsement for the settling of more than four million dollars in campaign debt. Continue reading
Even though Ron Paul has yet to concede, and no sign of doing so any time soon, with the exit of Newt Gingrich, the impatient media has crowned Mitt Romney the Republican nominee for President in Decision 2012.
At last the long national nightmare is over! Oops, I mean, things for the GOP will be slightly less competitive now the field has narrowed to three nominees, namely former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Rep. Ron Paul. Continue reading