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Boehner Fundraising Totals $5.4 Million in First-Quarter

Boehner Fundraising Totals $5.4 Million in First-Quarter

Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) has raised over $5.4 million in the first financial quarter of 2015. This three-month massive capital gain shows that he is the central point of fundraising among Republican congressmen. Around $906,000 was raised in his re-election committee, Friends of John Boehner. Another funding committee, Boehner for Speaker, $4.28 […]

Rand Paul Tries to Defend Foreign Policy Views

Rand Paul Tries to Defend Foreign Policy Views

Rand Paul, U.S. Senator of Kentucky, since announcing his bid for the 2016 presidential election has tried to defend his views on foreign policy, for which he has come under fire. Critics have suggested that Paul’s views on foreign policy echo the isolationist views of his father, including whether Iran poses a threat to world […]

Ted Cruz Officially Begins His Campaign

Ted Cruz Officially Begins His Campaign

Making his first stop in New Hampshire yesterday, the sole candidate for the 2016 election for President of the United States in 2016 is now on the road to candidacy. Officially launching his campaign at a student-organized political event in Nashua, NH, Ted Cruz started by seeking to widen his appeal beyond the religious right, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Republicans Must Shed the Image of Incompetence

Republicans Must Shed the Image of Incompetence

Republican presidential hopeful in his speech at Liberty University Monday, March 23 called out his fellow party members on their incompetence while highlighting his agenda to shed that image. On the national level, he is right. The Republicans have lost four out of the last six national elections, and won the popular vote once out of […]

Ted Cruz and His Many Faces Announces 2016 Bid

Ted Cruz and His Many Faces Announces 2016 Bid

Ted Cruz, age 44 and a man of many faces announced his 2016 bid officially announced his 2015 bid. A first term senator, he has been known for his sharpness, and ability to solve problems. After having worked as a law clerk for Chief Justice Rehnquist, where he impressed his co-workers with his integrity, he arrived […]

Republicans to Push Climate Change Fund Cuts at CIA and DOD

Republicans to Push Climate Change Fund Cuts at CIA and DOD

House Republicans are set to unveil their budget on Tuesday that could cut funds to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Department of Defense (DOD) for further research on climate change. The rhetoric in the budget states the U.S. government’s two departments that are dedicated to national security have been using part of their […]

Scott Walker Signs Right-to-Work BIll

Scott Walker Signs Right-to-Work BIll

On Monday, Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin, signed a bill that will limit labor organizations in the state. Wisconsin is now the 25th state in the nation to pass such a law. The presidential hopeful Walker boasts confidently of his so-called accomplishments as a conservative governor in a historically liberal state. This is just a […]

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 […]

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 […]

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