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Community John Tamny John Tamny, political economy editor at Forbes, will be the guest speaker at the Libertarian Party of Ventura County's summer fundraiser from 7 to 9 p.m. Sat., July 26 at a private residence, 2607 Lander Court, Newbury Park...
Cavuto Published July 23, 2014 Here's all the proof you need the bloom might be off the Obama rose. Some of his closest business buddies would rather hear fromRand Paul...The Kentucky Republican Senator has been making the Silicon Valley rounds, and
The Libertarian Party in South Dakota is planning a state convention next month, with hopes of showing it is as relevant as the Democratic Party. Democrats didn't nominate candidates for three statewide offices -- attorney general, auditor and public
I have nothing but optimism when I'm out here because I see amazing potential for growth away from the disaster that is Washington. I don't have to think there has to be a governmental solution for everything, the Kentucky senator told hundreds of
But it isn't just Haugh's offbeat style that is getting notice. As Nate Cohn wrote in a post on the Upshot blog last week, Haugh's presence in the race has made it difficult to decipher how close the race is between the two leading candidates: Hagan,
Millions of dollars have been flowing into a Missouri campaign for a transportation sales tax from businesses and organizations that stand to benefit if voters approve the Aug. 5 ballot measure. Cooper Smith and Erica Imhoff hit the streets of
Since 1980, when Koch appeared as the vice presidential candidate on the Libertarian ticket, David Koch and his brother Charles have made enemies and redefined American politics. Overlooked, David Koch says, is how hes given more than $1.2 billion
Senator Rand Paul preached the political risk of being too close to the financiers, as he prepares for a possible 2016 presidential campaign. "We cannot be the party of the fat cats, the rich people, and Wall Street,"
Libertarian candidate for governor Kathie Glass next to her campaign bus outside The Dallas Morning News (Gromer Jeffers Jr.) Don't tell Kathie Glass that she doesn't have a shot at becoming governor of Texas. The Libertarian nominee said Thursday
Senate and governor qualified Tuesday for the November ballot with the hope that their message of small government and fiscal restraint will resonate with Georgia voters. Amanda Swafford, a paralegal and former Flowery Branch councilwoman, will