9:30 am, October 22nd | by Laura Donovan
“American Idol” legend Kelly Clarkson ruffled a lot of feathers when she declared her support for presidential candidate Ron Paul last year, but now that the election is here, is she actually going to vote for the outsider contender?
2:15 pm, April 19th | by Rebecca Srulowitz
Looks like your prayers have been answered: Ron Paul is going to star in a video game.
2:20 pm, March 18th | by Laura Donovan
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown was quite the comedian at Boston’s annual St. Patrick’s Day breakfast, where the conservative politician said of presidential candidate Rick Santorum’s Secret Service addition, “I think it’s the first time he’s actually ever used protection.”
2:30 pm, March 7th | by Laura Donovan
Many musicians enjoy singing about Republican presidential contender Ron Paul, so it’s no surprise that he has the adoration of pop star Kelly Clarkson. Though she did not even endorse Paul, the 29-year-old “American Idol” winner was almost immediately ripped apart by dissenters for advocating for Paul.
12:00 pm, March 2nd | by Laura Donovan
5:30 pm, February 20th | by Laura Donovan
Concentrating on social issues won’t help win elections, says GOP presidential contender Ron Paul, who alluded to the political baggage that comes with focusing on things like birth control during a Sunday interview on “State of the Union.” Speaking to Candy Crowley, Paul said an emphasis on social issues is “a losing position.”
11:23 am, January 2nd | by Amy Tennery
Over the last week, Ron Paul’s been called a racist, a homophobe and now, yep, a sexist.
6:41 pm, June 21st | by Hillary Reinsberg
Hugely wealthy politicians are nothing new – from Michael Bloomberg ($18 billion plus) in New York to Arnold Schwarzenegger ($200 million plus) in California, we do see the super rich in politics from time to time – though usually on the state level.
With Jon Huntsman officially in the 2012 presidential race today, we’re starting to feel like we can call it the race of the Republican billionaires…or okay, multimillionaires. Huntsman’s making a splash as the member of a billionaire family, but if you count Mitt Romney and super-spender Newt Gingrich in contention too, there are what we’d call an unprecedented number of others who are at mogul status.