Gary Johnson for President

Our government has become a monster. No longer does Washington adhere to a philosophy that would limit its size and scope, nor to the document penned to enslave that entity to its people. Men, like America’s founding fathers knew them to be, are inherently power-hungry. For too long the citizenry has ceded power to our […]

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How the United States recruits terrorists

From the NYT: KABUL, Afghanistan – The American military claimed responsibility and expressed regret for an airstrike that mistakenly killed six members of a family in southwestern Afghanistan, Afghan and American military officials confirmed Monday. The attack, which took place Friday night, was first revealed by the governor of Helmand Province, Muhammad Gulab Mangal, on […]

Virginia might refuse to comply with NDAA’s indefinite detention provision

Virginia Delegate and now U. S. Senate candidate Bob Marshall, author of the famous Virginia Healthcare Freedom Act, has introduced a bill into the General Assembly to address the indefinite detention prevision of the National Defense Authorization Act that President Obama has signed and codified into law. Specifically, the bill “[p]revents any agency, political subdivision, […]

Jamie Radtke flip-flops on Iraq and Afghanistan Wars

In an interview with Tom Graham on WMRA’s Virginia Insight, U. S. Senate candidate Jamie Radtke stated the following when asked about the tea party’s opposition to ending the war on drugs and their reluctance to speak out against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan: I don’t support us being in Libya and I think […]

Herman Cain: I would preemptively attack Iran to protect another nation

Not to be outdone by either Bush in hawkishness, Herman Cain has declared that he would use preemptive war to protect…Israel: My first option would be to make it crystal clear, and to use the words that I’ve used previously, if you mess with Israel you’re messing with the United States of America. If we […]

Kucinich Still Against Unconstitutional Wars

There are plenty of reasons to dislike Dennis Kucinich, but this is not one of them: The House is expected to vote soon on a bill that hands over to the president Congress’ constitutional authority to declare and authorize war, substantially altering the delicate balance of powers that the Founding Fathers envisioned. The annual reauthorization […]