Proposition 37 appears to have failed in California, but GMO labeling awareness achieves victory

Mike Adams Natural News Nov 7, 2012

Proposition 37 appears to have failed at the ballot box in California, according to the California Secretary of State ballot measures results. The GMO labeling ballot measure, which would have required food companies to label the GM content of foods, was defeated with the use of over $45 million

Regulators Approve Political Donations Via Text Message

Alina Selyukh  Reuters June 12, 2012

Campaigns and political groups can now receive donations through text messaging, thanks to a new ruling by federal election regulators that creates a new cash-gathering tool in this election year’s race to raise unprecedented amounts.

The Federal Election Commission on Monday gave its unanimous approval to allow candidates’ political

Pension votes in cities put pressure on Gov. Brown

After voters in San Jose and San Diego, two of California’s largest cities, rolled back public employee pensions in Tuesday’s election, pressure is mounting on Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature to take similar action to deal with financial crises that are crippling state and local governments.

But don’t expect politicians in California to attack

Ron Paul Launches “Give Me Liberty” Money Bomb Today

New poll reveals Congressman is most competitive of all candidates against Obama

Steve Watson March 23, 2012

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul kicks off a much needed fundraising effort today on the back of a revealing poll that gives his campaign fresh impetus.

Paul is appealing to his supporters to get behind the “Give Me

Chavez’s dream grows in ‘socialist’ Venezuelan city

After nine months in a flood victims’ shelter, Daviana Padron now lives in a free apartment, works in a cooperative bakery and her kids attend a new school in the Venezuelan city of Caribia.

The coastal town outside Caracas is a model of what President Hugo Chavez refers to as his Bolivarian socialist revolution. And he plans to eventually turn

Ron Paul: “The race for the Republican nomination is wide open—and is a marathon, not a sprint.”

Ron Paul Campaign Statement on South Carolina Primary

Ron Paul 2012 January 22, 2012

“The race for the Republican nomination is wide open—and is a marathon, not a sprint.”

LAKE JACKSON, Texas – The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign released the following statement regarding the South Carolina primary results.  Below please find comments from National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton:

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