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Hillary Clinton: Why “Billary’s” Wealth May Not Matter

Hillary Clinton: Why “Billary’s” Wealth May Not Matter

When he ran for president in 1992 Bill Clinton promised the nation that they would “get two for the price of one.” With a job approval rating of 66 percent at the end of his second term, most would agree he kept his guarantee. Today speculations are circulating among almost every media outlet that Hillary […]

GOP Rep: Talk ‘Down to a Woman’s Level’ as Women Do Not Understand Money

GOP Rep: Talk ‘Down to a Woman’s Level’ as Women Do Not Understand Money

Republican men have been advised to bring policy “down to a woman’s level” because women do not really understand complicated things like pie charts or money. On Friday, July 11, a group of Republican women, mostly members of the RSC, the Republican Study Committee, met to discuss how the GOP can entice the support of more […]

US News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 14, 2014

US News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 14, 2014

The Daily US News Digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 14, 2014 begins with an oddity. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is featured in no less than SIX trending stories on Google News, indicating that Paul’s backers have put down some big bucks for top-notch media advisors, people who used to be called “press agents” […]

Impeachment News: Sarah Palin Does Not Know How to Count Congressmen

Impeachment News: Sarah Palin Does Not Know How to Count Congressmen

Impeachment is in the news again and, as usual, it is all stuff and nonsense. This time, Republican gadfly Sarah Palin has taken up the impeachment cudgel, proving something the people who cover Sarah Palin have long suspected. Not only does Sarah Palin not count in the overall scheme of things, Sarah Palin simply cannot […]

Boehner vs Obama in Constitutional Overreach

Boehner vs Obama in Constitutional Overreach

John Boehner vs President Obama will come to a head next week regarding Obama’s Constitutional overreach! Clarity is on the horizon in reference to Washington’s dissonance when it comes to abusing executive power. The forefather’s of this Nation established a trustworthy system of checks and balances so that abuse of power would not exist. The question […]

Hillary Clinton: Women Wear Heels

Hillary Clinton: Women Wear Heels

As a possible candidate for president in 2016, Hillary Clinton could face the challenge of her career and it is not the glass ceiling. The unspoken prohibition on a woman in leadership is only of secondary importance to how her campaign could possibly reframe the largely sexist discussion of women in the media. In some […]

NSA Revelations Create Outrage and Skepticism

NSA Revelations Create Outrage and Skepticism

The Snowden leak has rendered itself once again in the form of a report that the NSA has surveilled American citizens apparently without cause, including five American-Muslim leaders. Documents related to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, including a spreadsheet with thousands of personal email addresses, are offered as evidence of surveillance by the FBI and the […]

Hillary Clinton and the Case of Likability

Hillary Clinton and the Case of Likability

Hillary Clinton’s totally-not-running-for-president campaign has seen a few highs and lows so far. With the release of her book and its subsequent tour, the issues that could come into play should she actually run in 2016 are already being outlined and how she handles them may well presage the campaign to come. There have been […]

Sage Grouse Threatens Democratic Balance of Power in the US Senate

Sage Grouse Threatens Democratic Balance of Power in the US Senate

The Sage Grouse could threaten the Democratic balance of power in the U.S. Senate if the “obscure, chicken-size bird” (as it has been described by the Associated Press} becomes a political football in key senatorial campaigns. According to recently published reports, Republican challengers for U.S. Senate seats currently occupied by Democratic candidates John Walsh, in Montana, and Mark […]

Immigration Is Nothing New to the United States

Immigration Is Nothing New to the United States

During a naturalization ceremony for welcoming new citizens to the United States, President Barrack Obama said that it was a touching reminder that immigration is nothing new to the United States. He once again called for improvements to immigration legislation as 25 new citizens took the oath of allegiance  to the United States on Independence […]

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