He's a former governor and U. S. Congressman, and—unlike his competitors for the Republican Presidential nomination—an eminently sensible man. Chances are good you may never have heard of him, and even better that you had no idea he is running for President, but populist firebrand Buddy Roemer soldiers on undaunted.
Nothing about Guantanamo Bay is consistent with "protecting who we are." Ever since GITMO, torture and rendition became accepted policies, and our civil rights have been under constant attack.
The mainstream doesn't want to talk about it, but Stephen Colbert got more support in South Carolina than former GOP frontrunners Rick Perry and Michele Bachmann combined.
John Boehner made a fool of himself today by criticizing President Obama's 2012 State Of The Union Address while the White House is still working on it.
John Boehner's invested in Canada's tar sand oil companies and then lied about the number of jobs the Keystone pipeline would create in what could be a criminal case of conflict of interest.
In the South and Midwest of our country, an evil struggling against female freedom is winning ground. In Mississippi, a woman is charged with murder for giving birth to a still born. In Alabama, a mother of three awaits a ten year sentence for a Cesarean that resulted in the death of her baby. In South Carolina, over 300 women have been charged with some form of fetal homicide. In Indiana, a young woman who tried to kill herself by taking rat poison is in jail, charged with murder and attempted fetal homicide.
Gingrich sent a message to the Romney election machine in South Carolina last night, taking in 40 percent of the vote to Romney's 27 percent