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10 Unusual Alternate Political Parties
A third-party candidate hasn't occupied the U.S. presidency since 1850, when President Zachary Taylor died, propelling into the office Vice President Millard Fillmore of the anti-Catholic, anti-masonic American Party - also known as the Know-Nothings, because when a member was asked about its activities, he was supposed to reply, "I know nothing."
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Real Clear Politics
Why the Third-Party Dream Remains Just That
For as long as the United States has maintained its two-party system of government, reformers have dreamed of upending the status quo.
US News & World Report
So How Do You Buy the Magna Carta? Billionaire David Rubenstein Explains
Billionaire David Rubenstein donated $13.5 million to fund the new Orientation Plaza and he is lending the Magna Carta to the Archives indefinitely.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Economists Toast 20 Years Of NAFTA; Critics Sit Out The Party
Twenty years ago, millions of Americans were cocking their ears waiting to hear a "giant sucking sound."
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Ralph Nader Myth
In the 2000 Florida election, Ralph Nader received 97,488 votes, while Al Gore lost the state by 537 votes to Mr. Bush.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Trans Pacific Partnership: Another disaster from a proven liar
One thing we can say about Barack Obama is that he is a proven liar. He lied when he told Americans we could keep our health insurance if we liked it.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Weekly Standard
The Blindness of Bill Gates
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Tue Nov 26, 2013
It's My Mind
Government run like a business...
As I figured out overtime, that statement that are often made by at least aspiring politicians makes little sense.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Stop whining, centrists: Bipartisanship is a myth that's never existed
One of the greatest myths about American politics is that there was once a golden age of bipartisanship in which responsible, enlightened statesmen set aside partisan differences in order to collaborate with their colleagues on the other side.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Celente Recalls Conversation With Former Texas Gov. Connally
American president John F. Kennedy is struck by an assassin's bullet as he travels through Dallas in a motorcade, and in the front seat is Texas governor John Connally.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Sound Off for Nov. 20
The people working at the Department of Motor Vehicles really need to have some people skills.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Bill Clinton Feels President Obama's Pain, And He's Loving It
It's been a good week for Bill Clinton. With one sentence, the former President and elder statesman of the his party accomplished more for himself, his legacy, the presumptive campaign of his wife and beleaguered Democrats than perhaps any one person American politics today could do.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Sound Off for Nov. 15
We need to finally realize that we need to become even more energy independent now that gas prices are down, due to domestic drilling here at home and not importing oil to the level we had been doing so.
Perot Museum of Nature and Science and Samsung Unveil Phase One of...
Already known for its high level of interactivity, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science today announced a three-year technology partnership with Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC that will further extend the onsite visitor learning experience through development of the Museum's first-ever onsite mobile strategy.
The Macon Telegraph
Leon Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'
Leon Krauze grew up in a household of Mexico City intellectuals, where soccer, pop music, literature and politics were vigorously debated and it wasn't unusual to see a Nobel Prize winner seated at the family dinner table.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
The Globe and Mail
NAFTA's enduring lesson: Never forget your neighbours
Drawing on Globe writers, seasoned international columnists and former diplomats, World Insider offers Globe and Mail subscribers an unrivalled perspective of the world.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Argyle mixed-use development partners with North Texas Food Bank
ARGYLE A North Texas developer hopes that a forthcoming master-planned development will bring more than 3,000 homes to Argyle while providing 10,000 meals to partners of the North Texas Food Bank.