Originally Posted by GeorgiaAvenger
GO STEVE STOCKMAN!!! ELECT HIM FOR TEXAS Congressional District 36!
Thank you to all of the elected officials who endorsed Ron Paul! Interesting fact, over 40% of all of the US and state legislators who endorsed Ron Paul are New Hampshire legislators. Maine had the 2nd highest number of legislators to endorse Ron Paul. Odd fact, the only 3 legislators to endorse Gary Johnson were all New Hampshire legislators. See the complete list of Ron Paul endorsements by elected officials below.
Originally Posted by tsai3904
Ron Paul Endorsements from Elected Officials
As of May
The verdict is in. The Supreme Court has upheld the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which narrowly passed Congress in a purely partisan effort. The swing vote on the Court, and thus the decision, lay with Chief Justice John Roberts.
In the decision, Chief Justice Roberts ruled the law to be Constitutional if the individual mandate portion of the law was interpreted and characterized as a tax, rather than as a penalty. This opinion in and of itself is questionable, as this
Updated 06-28-2012 at 12:36 PM by Brian4Liberty
After well over a decade of work, New Hampshire finally passed a fully informed jury reform bill.
Jump to the 2:00 mark in the video to see the report about the fully informed jury bill in New Hampshire.
Technically, according to the legal experts, New Hampshire law not only allows for jury nullification but it informs juries about their ability to exercise jury nullification. Judges in NH say something like, “If the prosecution
Originally Posted by PierzStyx
So, I've noticed that the last couple of albums from the band Muse have been intensely political. Many of their songs have been about corrupt leaders, tyrannical government, and the need for the people to fight back and stand up for their liberty. Every time I listen to these they get me pumped up to fight the government. Here are a few that I particularly enjoy and think are worth listening to. I personally love that there are popular musicians who are at least willing to bring up the fact that