Poll: 30% of Americans Would Submit to TSA Body Cavity Searches
Digital Journal | 09 November 2012
According to a new scientific poll by Harris Interactive, almost a third of Americans would submit to a body cavity search by the TSA in order to fly.
Obama Re-Election Makes Muni Tax Cap More Plausible, Posner Says
Bloomberg | 08 November 2012
President Barack Obama’s re-election makes his proposal to cap the tax-exemption for interest on municipal debt “more plausible,” said Matt Posner at Municipal Market Advisors.
Things to do Now: Face Reality
Prorevnews | 08 November 2012
Dealing with Obama’s second term is made more difficult by liberals’ assumption that he is one of them.
Perspectives on Proposal 37
The Solari Report | 08 November 2012
First of all, let’s celebrate with San Juan County, Washington, for passing its GMO-Free County initiative.
Treasury Pick Is Obama’s Pivotal Choice for New Term
Bloomberg | 07 November 2012
President Barack Obama, newly re- elected, now confronts two questions that he has been avoiding for more than a year: Who will replace Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and when.
President Obama Wins Ohio and is Reelected
legitgov | 07 November 2012
Breaking: President Barack Obama will win the critical swing state of Ohio, putting him over the 270 electoral votes needed to secure the White House – media reports.
Republicans Projected to Keep House Majority
The Hill | 06 November 2012
Republicans are projected to hold onto their majority in the House, keeping the gavel in the hands of Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio).
Who Voted for Whom
Prorevnews | 07 November 2012
Obama’s demographic edge creates this dilemma for the Republican Party: It can no longer rely on white voters to win national elections anymore, especially in presidential cycles.
Baltimore Announces City-Wide Surveillance Roll Out That Records Passenger Conversations on City Buses.
Infowars | 05 November 2012
The surveillance society continues to grow unabated, as the city of Baltimore becomes the latest governmental entity to trample civil rights in the name of “public safety.”
Californians Approve Brown Tax Plan, Averting School Cuts
Bloomberg Businessweek | 07 November 2012
California voters approved Governor Jerry Brown’s sales- and income-tax increases, handing the Democrat his biggest victory since he was elected two years ago and averting $5.5 billion of cuts to public schools.
Puerto Ricans Favor Statehood for First Time
CNN | 07 November 2012
In an overshadowed Election Day contest, Puerto Ricans voted in favor of statehood in a nonbinding referendum, marking the first time such an initiative garnered a majority.
Democrat Warren Becomes First Female Senator From Massachusetts
Bloomberg Businessweek | 07 November 2012
Democrat Elizabeth Warren, whose attacks on Wall Street helped fuel her political ascent, became the first woman elected U.S. senator from Massachusetts by ousting Republican Scott Brown.
Hurricane Sandy Blows Climate Change Into the Election Fray
Alaska Dispatch | 05 November 2012
The powerful winds of Hurricane Sandy seem to have blown in the direction of President Barack Obama.
Michigan Voters Kill Emergency Manager Law, Reject All Proposals
The Detroit News | 07 November 2012
Financially troubled cities and school districts in Michigan were dealt a blow of uncertainty when voters struck down the state’s Emergency Manager law.
Evidence of Electronic Vote Fraud Pours In from Both Liberal and Conservative Sources
Global Research | 06 November 2012
Ron Paul supporters, progressives and the mainstream media have all discussed the potential for vote fraud.
The Tenth Amendment | 07 November 2012
Yesterday, Barack Obama won the presidential election. But, the people of six states voted to take their freedom without federal “permission.”
Officials at G-20 Meeting Warn About Debt in Europe and U.S.
The New York Times | 04 November 2012
Finance ministers and central bank governors from the Group of 20 met here on Sunday amid mounting alarm that the euro-zone crisis and Washington’s failure to deal with soaring deficits could endanger the fragile global recovery.
One Safety Net That Needs to Shrink
The New York Times | 03 November 2012
Election Day is upon us, and neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney has really addressed one of the nation’s most pressing economic issues: the risk that one day taxpayers might have to bail out swashbuckling financial institutions again.
Ten States Voting on Nullification Measures this Week
Tenth Amendment Center
Just hours before election day, the TV airways are abuzz with presidential and Congressional campaign messages.
An Unpredictable End to a Very Predictable Election
Rasmussen Reports | 02 November 2012
Election 2012 has had few surprises. So it’s somewhat surprising that heading into the final weekend of the election season, we are unable to confidently project who is likely to win the White House.
Gingrich: Senator Told Me Networks Have Emails From White House Ordering Team to Stand Down on Benghazi Rescue
The Blaze | 31 October 2012
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Tuesday a U.S. senator told him that at least two news networks have emails from the White House ordering a counterterrorism team to stand down on a rescue mission at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
NSA Analyst Proves GOP is Stealing Elections
UK Progressive | 25 October 2012
In states where the winner will be decided by less than 10%, of the vote he already knows he will win.
Hurricane Sandy and the Myth of the Big Government vs. Small-Government Debate
Rolling Stone | 01 November 2012
Quite a shock the other day to look out my window in Jersey City, and see the Hudson River rushing over what used to be the street in front of my building.