Ron Paul Delegates Arrested As They Win a Majority at Louisiana GOP Convention

The Louisiana State Republican Convention descended into chaos this morning, with several delegates being arrested and the convention chairman being thrown to the ground by police.

Zombie Apocalypse: Bath Salts Becomes Most Searched Drug on the Internet After 'Zombie' Attacks

A 50-milligram packet of the white powdery bath salts reportedly sells for $25 to $50, and is also known by street names like “Ivory Wave,” “Vanilla Sky,” “Bliss,” and “Purple Rain.”

Zombie Apocalypse: 5 Reasons Why We Are Obsessed With Zombies

Zombies are gross and scary but they are also extremely popular, here are 5 reasons why.

Ron Paul as VP: Mitt Romney Would Offer Ron Paul VP Slot to Unite Republican Party

In a situation similar to the 2008 Democratic primary, the party’s frontrunner would consider to offer the VP slot to his rival in order to avoid a divided convention.

Food Bans Really Are a Bad Idea (But Not Because They Are Tyrannical)

Food bans aren't a bad idea because they violate our liberty. They are a bad idea because they don't address the real problem.

Ron Paul or Sarah Palin: Romney Says He’ll Make an Early Summer VP Pick to Boost Fundraising

Sarah Palin and Ron Paul are among some of the dark horses mentioned for a potential Mitt Romney’s early summer VP pick.

For Fox Sake: Why Do People Still Take Fox News Seriously?

Roger Ailes recently attacked Jon Stewart during an Ohio State University speech. Let's take a humorous and thorough look at why Ailes has a good reason to go after Stewart and The Daily Show.

Mitt Romney's Calls For Arming Syrian Rebels Are Misguided and Dangerous

War hawks Romney, McCain and Lieberman call for arming of Syrian rebels despite the potentially destabilizing and dangerous effects in the region.

Republican 'War on Women' Will Cost GOP the Female Vote in November

The war on birth control is a political calamity for the Republican Party, which is losing the female vote as a result of their extremist policies towards contraception.

Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee: A Way for British to Forget About Austerity?

Her Majesty’s celebrations are welcomed by many who can enjoy some time off and take a break from austere times, pay freezes and public spending cuts.

How Should We Resolve Moral Disagreements?

Questioning the morality of the state is one thing, actually doing something about it is another.

The Story of The Mafia and The Businessman

What happens when businessmen don't pay their "protection" money?

Zimbawe's Mugabe Appointment as Envoy for Tourism Proves the UN is a Joke

Zimbawe's brutal dictator Robert Mugabe has been appointed as an international envoy for tourism by the U.N. Sadly, this is not a joke.

Egypt Elections 2012: Mohamed Morsi to Benefit From Mubarak Trial Result

After the verdict of Hosni Mubarak and Habib Al-Adly, Ahmed Shafiq and Mohamed Morsi vie for political gains amongst an angry backlash.

President Obama's 'Olympic Games': 5 Pros and Cons of Using Cyber Weapons

Earlier this week the New York Times published an article on Obama’s use of cyberweapons, revealing technical factors that citizens should keep in mind when discussing the topic.

Egypt's Mubarak Trial Result Sparks New Wave of Protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Egyptians return to the streets to protest the disappointing sentencing of Mubarak and his top aides, while elections to replace the former president are scheduled to occur in two weeks.