By Joshua Ryan De Bets
Immigration Reform and Gun Control were placed on the back burner after the Boston Marathon Terrorist attack. So where will Congress go from here?
By Jessica Thomas
With states like Colorado and Washington voting to legalize pot for recreational use, the existing medical marijuana industry may be at risk.
By Britt Hysen
With 507 days to prepare and discuss the terms of the Budget Control Act of 2011, the US Congress waited until the eleventh hour to reach an agreement on one aspect of the fiscal cliff.
Op-ed by David Pring-Mill
A gradual dilution of democracy and freedom is taking place. To counter it, voters must dissociate themselves from the two-party system.
The Best Life ... via US Money
An in depth analysis of the facts surrounding the issues on Medicare. Look at what each Presidential candidate proposes to fix the outrageous spending on this program.
By Michael Clauw
Nearing the end of his first term in office and gearing up for the November election, President Barack Obama's positions on US policy are presented in a non-partisan A-Z list.
By Michael Clauw
A comprehensive analysis of Presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney, and his position on US policies and issues.
By Brad Chase ... via The Daily Caller
About one in six young Americans is unemployed and less than one-third of them support the President's handling of youth unemployment. This elusive, fickle voting bloc has never been as volatile as it is today. That volatility creates a significant opportunity for whichever candidate wants to step up and take charge.
By Eyder Peralta via NPR.com
After a grueling 18 month political battle between the Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, and the Wisconsin State Public Union Workers, Walker won the recall by a sizable lead sending the Democratic Party into a tailspin.
By Peter Steeves via Examiner.com
While being completely ignored by the mainstream media, Ron Paul delivers record numbers at his visits to Chico State, UCLA, and Berkeley.
by Marni E. Goldberg
Within the last couple of days, the race for the GOP presidential nominee has shrunk from 6 to 4, but if you evaluate the behavior of the media you'd think it was down to 3.
Internet activists and big businesses such as Google and Facebook, as well as a number of everyday citizens like you and I, have been up in arms attempting to spread the word about SOPA and stop it’s becoming the law of the land. While Hollywood and recording industry lobbyists push for the controversial bill to go through Congress, many still don’t know what the big deal is. So, here’s what you need to know.