Will 2012 be a year where third-party candidates play a large role in the election?
Three parties may be fielding strong candidates this year. The Libertarian Party will likely be represented by a former Governor for the first time – New Mexico's Gary Johnson. The Greens may be fielding a celebrity, Rosanne Barr,
“The most recent decline in teen births can be linked almost exclusively to improvements in teens’ contraceptive use”
You don't say? Kids use a condom, or the pill, or both, and they don't get knocked up? Brilliant! Seriously, call Guinness! Wait, what? There's another possibility?
Janice Crouse of Concerned Women for America:
“They don’t even mention the fact there’s been a tremendous increase in effectiveness and pervasiveness of abstinence education."
Oh! I get it! By telling kids to not have sex because it's bad, they're not
In the silver lining department, Breitbart's death has generated the latest, greatest round of conspiracy theories, which I do so enjoy. So let's follow this one through. Bear with me as we walk through this theory from the beginning.
The theory goes: President Obama was born in Kenya.
Ron Paul –
As the various Republican contenders fall by the wayside for sundry reasons, Ron Paul looks less like a fringe kook and more like a legitimate option. He placed third in the latest Iowa poll, just one
"You’re blowing it with Fox News. The axis today is not liberal and conservative, the axis is constructive-destructive, and you’ve cast your lot with the destructive people. Fox has become an incredibly destructive force in our society. You can be better, and this is going to be your legacy if you’re not careful."
This struck a chord with me as a person who watched Fox News when I was younger, from about 1998 on up to 2004 when I