There is a real Halloween story happening in the Middle East and it is the indoctrination of children to Islamic terrorism. We need to wake up. Published October 31 2012
Mormons don't consider themselves a cult. Under the pressure of politics, evangelicals have decided to agree. Published October 29 2012
The president is in Washington to handle Hurricane Sandy, but it is the last place he wants to be. How he responds may have an unexpected impact on the election. Published October 29 2012
Why do so many people think it's a bad idea to know that the person in the voting booth is who he says he is? Published October 28 2012
The candidates will discuss international issues and foreign policy. Communities will host a live chat at 9 p.m. Eastern on the new date. Published October 28 2012
Barack Obama likes to tout his foreign policy skills on the campaign trail, but the mess in Libya shows that he is ill prepared to handle a major international crisis. Published October 27 2012
BREAKING NEWS: Date has been changed to Monday, November 5 due to Hurricane Sandy. Read the update in Communities at the link posted. Published October 25 2012
During the second presidential debate, Barack Obama said he was offended about remarks concerning his handling of events in Libya. Actually, Americans should be offended. Published October 24 2012
Larry King will moderate the Third Party 2012 Presidential debate on Ora TV tonight, Tuesday October 23, at 9 p.m. Eastern. Communities commentators will be live chatting and invite you to join us. Published October 23 2012
Gary Johnson, Dr. Jill Stein, Rocky Anderson and Virgil Goode join moderator Larry King for a truly unscripted debate streaming live online Tuesday night from Chicago. How refreshing. Published October 22 2012
"In our country, you can oppose someone in politics and make a confident case against their policies without any ill will and that is the way it is for me. There is more to life than politics." Mitt Romney/Al Smith dinner Published October 19 2012
First it was the newspaper in New Orleans. Now Newsweek is headed to the internet. The Communities is at the cutting edge of online journalism technology. Published October 18 2012
Who would have thought that debate moderators would have an impact on the outcome of the election? As it turns out, they may make a difference. Published October 18 2012
The Presidency is a horribly stressful job. Having a sense of humor is an important factors voters should consider. Published October 16 2012
They say debates don't matter, but if you have success in all of them, the combination of success could become a major turning point. Published October 14 2012
Lara Logan is warning Americans that we better be prepared to deal with a resurgent Taliban and Al-Qaeda. Barack Obama claims they are dead. Who should we believe? Published October 9 2012
Prices at the pump matter not only because they are a universal cost factor for all Americans, but also because they speak to a larger economic issue. Published October 8 2012
The first presidential debate surprised everyone, but the ones that follow are likely to provide more unexpected moments. Published October 5 2012
With only hours between now and the debates, the candidates are getting ready to rumble as they have done before... Published October 2 2012
Before we pull the lever, or make our mark, or push the button on the ballot, we need to consider these words, “Birds of a feather flock Together” Published October 1 2012
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