Was Cruz’s Texas Senate Election Legal?

Chris Nelson has some interesting thoughts on this topic and Texas moderates and Democrats ought to take notice, possibly start a lawsuit.

SUMMARY: purely in the spirit of patriotic, non-partisan inquiry, Your Editor would like to know how come he was forced to go through the full US naturalization legal process back in 1962, but […]

Big Loss for Fat Cat Executives Out of … Switzerland!

Swiss voters struck a blow against corporate executives and the culture of greed that has driven senior executive salaries into the stratosphere, with little regard for work or company performance. Last year, the head of Credit Suisse made 1,800 times more than the lowest paid workers in the company. A 200 to 1 executive […]

Rigged Elections for Romney?

By Michael Collins

A group of independent researchers caught a pattern of apparent vote flipping during the 2012 Republican primaries that consistently favored Mitt Romney. A form of election fraud, vote flipping occurs when votes are changed from one candidate to another or several others during electronic voting and vote tabulation. (Image: Dean Terry)

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Six Global Issues The Foreign Policy Debates Won’t Touch

by Foreign Policy in Focus, edited by Peter Certo

(Originally posted by Foreign Policy in Focus, republished under a Creative Commons license)

There is no other policy arena in which the president of the United States has greater latitude than foreign affairs. With U.S. foreign policy less constrained by Congress and relatively free from the […]