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Right to Work Bill Passes Wisconsin State Assembly, Walker Will Sign

Right to Work Bill Passes Wisconsin State Assembly, Walker Will Sign

The Wisconsin State Assembly has just ended hours of deliberation with a 62-35 vote approving the state’s right to work legislation. Governor Scott Walker is expected to sign the bill on Monday. The Senate passed the legislation late last week. Deliberation on the right to work legislation began in the chamber Thursday afternoon. House Republicans gave […]

Obama Christianity Is Questioned

Obama Christianity Is Questioned

Christianity experts and conservatives are questioning whether or not Obama is a Christian; as he claims to be. In a Republican poll, 54 percent said that Obama is Muslim with only nine percent said he is Christian. His self reported Christianity is being questioned with conservatives refusing to believe that Obama is Christian. The questionably […]

Ben Carson Announces He Is Exploring a Run for President in 2016

Ben Carson Announces He Is Exploring a Run for President in 2016

Dr. Ben Carson has announced today that he is exploring a run for president in 2016. He is one of many conservatives joining the race to capture the Republican nomination as the beginning of the primary season draws closer. Terry Giles, Carson’s most probable head campaign adviser, stated the formation of his exploratory committee is starting, […]

Benjamin Netanyahu Addresses Congress

Benjamin Netanyahu Addresses Congress

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress today following yesterday’s American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). He was met with several minutes of roaring applause as he entered the House chamber. Netanyahu said the United States and Israel share a density of hope going into the future. “We appreciate all that President Obama has done for […]

President Obama Comments on Iran as Netanyahu Speaks at AIPAC

President Obama Comments on Iran as Netanyahu Speaks at AIPAC

President Barack Obama stated coming to a long-term agreement with Iran is the best way to assure the nation does not manufacture a nuclear weapon. Obama made remarks yesterday in an interview with Reuters before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was set to speak at the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Just a day before […]

Benjamin Netanyahu Says Israel Alliance With U.S. Stronger Than Ever

Benjamin Netanyahu Says Israel Alliance With U.S. Stronger Than Ever

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) on Monday and stated the alliance between Israel and the United States is “stronger than ever.” Netanyahu addressed AIPAC, the largest pro-Israel group in the U.S., one day before he is scheduled to address Congress regarding Iran’s nuclear proliferation. Netanyahu vehemently opposes President […]

Israel, the U.S., and Iran: What No One Knows

Israel, the U.S., and Iran: What No One Knows

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in the United States to speak to Congress about President Obama’s plans to negotiate Iraq’s nuclear program. Israel is concerned and scared. The Prime Minister believes that he has information the United States does not have concerning this initiative. President Obama is refusing to meet with the Prime Minister because […]

Mayor Emanuel vs. Grass-Roots Liberation in Chicago

Mayor Emanuel vs. Grass-Roots Liberation in Chicago

Chicago Mayor, Rahm Emanuel is in a runoff for re-election. However, it is for an office he bought, paid-in-full four years ago, or so he thought. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia with United Working Families and the Working Families Party are moving into action to form an entirely new model of progressive, grass-roots political action that will […]

Republican Rand Paul at the CPAC

Republican Rand Paul at the CPAC

Rand Paul won the straw poll for the third year in a row at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), but it was a close win. The strong second was Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. Other winners in the top five included Texan Senators Ted Cruz, Dr. Ben Carson and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush respectively. […]

John Boehner, Republicans and Homeland Security

John Boehner, Republicans and Homeland Security

Republican House Speaker, John Boehner, put the blame on President Obama, accusing him of being thoughtless concerning the near shut down of Homeland Security. Boehner claims that the Republicans believe the president has overstepped his bounds. The Republican’s goal is to prevent the President from illegal activities. Republican leaders were caught off guard after the […]

Healthcare and Republicans

Healthcare and Republicans

Louisiana Governor, Bobby Jindal calls out Republican leaders on being “fearful” of repealing President Obama’s Affordable Healthcare Act. The Republican’s failed to act on their primary issue even now that it’s a Republican run Senate and Republicans have more pull in the House. According to Jindal, leadership is afraid they will be chastised for doing […]

Republican Scott Walker, Second Choice

Republican Scott Walker, Second Choice

Thursday, at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Scott Walker appeared as the man who got rid of Wisconsin’s public unions and gave a fantastic stage performance. Walker came in second place at CPAC with a close 26 to 21 percent, but in the second choice ballot he beat Paul, 19 to 16 percent. Walker […]

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