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Carly Fiorina for President?

Carly Fiorina for President?

Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, said it is highly likely that she will run for the GOP Republican candidacy for president in 2016. She is planning to announce her candidacy in late April or early May. Fiorina has said that President Obama cannot take credit for the economic boost. However, she did not explain what […]

Administrative Law Defined

Administrative Law Defined

The administrative law is defined as a variety of practices that covers many legal governmental procedures and regulations created by agencies on many different levels. The levels are broken down as federal, state, city, and county and they each have their own rules and regulations. The law is mandated by strict procedures that one must […]

Clarence Thomas Does Not Like Rule Making

Clarence Thomas Does Not Like Rule Making

Never one to hold back from making radical, if not at times controversial statements on topics, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has recently been assumed by some to be waging war on Administrative Law. In particular, Thomas has a strong dislike for rulemaking. A strong dislike that he is not afraid to express, utilizing every […]

Rand Paul: Man of Principle to Generic Politician

Rand Paul: Man of Principle to Generic Politician

In February 2011, the rookie Senator from Kentucky, Rand Paul (R) gave his first speech on the Senate floor. Standing on his principles, facing a fiscal crisis, he offered a great compromise. His compromise would offer the best idea on where to cut spending and by how much. Conservatives would understand that military spending needed […]

Ted Cruz May Use Obamacare

Ted Cruz May Use Obamacare

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz landed himself in the cross hairs of the national media when he said his family may have to use the Affordable Health Care Act (AHCA), known as Obamacare, while he is on the campaign trail. Cruz talked freely about his views on healthcare to citizens and reporters during his first campaign […]

Religious Freedom Bill Gets Support From Indiana Governor

Religious Freedom Bill Gets Support From Indiana Governor

A controversial Indiana bill aimed at protecting the rights of wedding businesses opposed to same-sex marriage is now law amid criticisms and threats of boycotts. Gov. Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law in a closed-door ceremony, and the Indiana governor continues to support it, stating the bill will not open the […]

Harry Reid to Retire in 2016

Harry Reid to Retire in 2016

After a nearly 50 year career in politics, having consistently had a seat of some sort in the United States Congressional House since 1982, Harry Reid shocked the Capitol when he announced that his current term will also be his last. The 75-year old is currently serving his fifth term as the United States Senate […]

Aaron Schock Leaves Congress

Aaron Schock Leaves Congress

Aaron Schock, the Republican congressman from Illinois, is leaving Congress. On Thursday Schock went to capital hill to cast a vote on a bipartisan bill that would eliminate the Medicare “doc-fix.” After the vote, he went on to address Congress and give his formal resignation. Schock made headlines earlier in the year, after he had […]

Chuck Schumer Endorsed by Harry Reid for Senate Minority Leader

Chuck Schumer Endorsed by Harry Reid for Senate Minority Leader

Chuck Schumer, Democrat and U.S Senator from New York, was endorsed by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid to succeed him at the end of 2016, when Reid retires. From his home in Washington’s West End, the outgoing Democrat from Nevada expressed his confidence that his endorsee would be the right choice to lead the Senate, especially since his […]

Senator Harry Reid Will Not Seek Re-Election

Senator Harry Reid Will Not Seek Re-Election

Senator Harry Reid, the current minority leader of Democratic Party in the U.S. Senate, will not seek re-election when his term is up in 2016. The 75-year old Nevada lawmaker has served in the Senate since 1987. Beforehand, Reid served as a congressman from Nevada’s 1st District from 1983 to 1987. Currently, Reid is one of […]

Indiana Governor Pence Authorizes Needle Exchange Program

Indiana Governor Pence Authorizes Needle Exchange Program

Indiana Governor Mike Pence authorized a needle exchange program, overriding administrative state law as well as his own policies. This move was intended to curb the spread of HIV which has been propagating in more rural parts of Indiana due to intravenous drug use. Health officials reported that since December, there has been a disproportionate […]

Republicans Make Big Mistake in Ignoring Evangelical Conservatives

Republicans Make Big Mistake in Ignoring Evangelical Conservatives

Republicans have good odds of winning the White House in 2016, if one considers statistics of similar past elections. Voters tend to turn to the opposite party of a two-term president during the next election cycle. Yet, the GOP still does not appear to have grasped the fact that this presidential election is theirs to […]

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