One would think that 77% lacking trust in television news is a staggering number. Yet it is actually an improvement over last year’s results of 79%
Archive for August, 2012
Republican party insider Doug Wead explains the significance of the recent RNC rule changes and how it will effect the grass roots in future elections.
Huffington Post Reports: Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio might want to get ready to spend more time in court defending himself. The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that two news executives for the Phoenix New Times can sue the Maricopa County sheriff’s office for their 2007 arrests. The men, newspaper co-owners Michael Lacey [...]
US Army Private Bradley Manning will go on trial on February 4 of next year over charges he “aided the enemy” by passing a trove of classified documents to WikiLeaks, a judge said Thursday.
Ron Paul’s Senior 2012 Campaign Adviser Doug Wead gives WeAreChange an exclusive interview about the Ron Paul RNC delegate controversy, criticism of Jesse Benton, and the real reason Ron Paul didn’t attack Mitt Romney during the campaign.
Ben Swann Reality Check takes a look at how the most controversial rule change in party history was not legitimately passed.
An infowars.com reader has sent a photo of a billboard on Highway 441 in Ocala, Florida. The billboard space was rented by Kenneth Rhoades and Gary Gaines.
CNN Reports: A federal appeals court in Washington Thursday struck down the Texas voter ID law requiring photos for voters at the polls, calling it racially discriminatory. The decision is a major victory for the Obama administration and its Democratic allies, which had challenged the law. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott promptly announced the state will appeal [...]
RT Reports: Iran’s supreme leader opened the fifth day of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in Tehran by blasting the UN as an “overt dictatorship.” The remarks were made in the presence of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. NAM’s tri-annual gathering is attended by leaders of 120 developing nations – including India, Pakistan, and Lebanon – [...]