How Does The Electoral College Work And Is It Fair?

November 6, 20165:00 AM ET Ron Elving Here's a little information that Americans have usually been able to ignore. It's about the Electoral College, a uniquely American institution that's been with us from the beginning and that's occasionally given us fits. Typically, the Electoral College meets and does its thing a month or so after …

It’s time for another Presidential Election in the U.S.A. (Lord, what are we supposed to do now?)

The following is a short synopsis of the current situation as I see it concerning the Presidential Elections. After watching Donald J. Trump at the Republican National Convention (RNC) and Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in July, I am still at a loss on who would be the best Candidate to put …

Editorial – Geoffrey M. Young

    Dear Editorial Board of the Lexington Herald-Leader: I was outside the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia carrying a sign that read, “Clinton is a war criminal.” The main chant of thousands of democracy-loving Americans was, “Hell no, DNC, we won't vote for Hillary.” Clinton and President Obama became aggressors – war criminals – in …

(VT) Cris Ericson, Democratic party candidate for governor, will participate in debate, July 21st

  Cris Ericson 29 mins · Cris Ericson, Democratic party candidate for governor, will participate in debate. http://www.fola.us/ FOLA Features Gubernatorial Candidates Forum July 21 FOLA will sponsor a gubernatorial candidates forum on Thursday, July 21 at 7 PM at the Ludlow Town Hall Auditorium. All candidates for Governor who are running in contested party …

Democrats call for ‘pathway’ to marijuana legalization

      By David Weigel July 9 at 6:27 PM ORLANDO — The Democratic Party endorsed a "reasoned pathway to future legalization" of marijuana and called for the drug to be downgraded in the Controlled Substances Act, in a tense and unexpected victory for supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders. Going into the platform committee …

Libertarian Johnson: Drug war ‘root cause’ of police shootings

By Burgess Everett 07/08/16 11:55 AM EDT Gary Johnson believes the tensions between police and minorities that led to two high-profile police shootings and the deaths of five Dallas police officers has a root cause: The long-running war on drugs. The libertarian nominee for president did not directly tie the drug war to the shooting …

will somebody please go vote on election day? (TUESDAY, November 3, 2015) The U.S. Marijuana Party of Kentucky supports Drew and Heather Curtis for Governor of Kentucky 2015. PLEASE VOTE!

  Gubernatorial campaign Drew Curtis announced his candidacy on January 23, 2015 for the upcoming election for the Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.[17] With his wife Heather as his running mate, the platform revolves around a "Citizen Candidate" philosophy of common sense and data-driven decisions, no experiments, leaving people alone, having no party alignment, …

“That was when I realized,” said independent gubernatorial candidate Drew Curtis, “that if I didn’t run — and win — we’re all screwed.”

Drew Curtis and the governor’s race     Aug 19 2015   By Mick Parsons “That was when I realized,” said independent gubernatorial candidate Drew Curtis, “that if I didn’t run — and win — we’re all screwed.” While his statement is not the most conventional unofficial campaign slogan — it’s certainly the most invigorating …

drew curtis (Independent) for governor has said he would sign into law a measure allowing the use of recreational marijuana in the state of Kentucky if the legislature approved it.

By Jack Brammer [email protected] 10, 2015 FRANKFORT — Digital entrepreneur Drew Curtis and his wife, Heather Curtis, paid $500 and submitted more than 9,000 signatures Monday morning to enter the race for Kentucky governor and lieutenant governor as independents. The secretary of state's office said a few hours later that the husband-and-wife team from Versailles …

"I got a hemp jacket in Las Vegas (last Friday), somebody gave me one," Paul said

    Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., was in Reno Saturday to open the campaign season for the 2016 Nevada GOP presidential caucus. During a private interview before his meeting with voters, Paul was asked about his support of growing hemp as a commercial product. Sure, he's all for it, but lacked knowledge on just how …