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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 […]

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 […]

Jeb Bush Shares Immigration and Common Core Positions at CPAC

Jeb Bush Shares Immigration and Common Core Positions at CPAC

When former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R) took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday, he began his speech by defending his stance on two of the most controversial political issues for him preceding the 2016 GOP presidential primary: immigration and Common Core. Bush has been labelled as a moderate in […]

Former Governor Rick Perry Boasts Conservatism in Virginia

Former Governor Rick Perry Boasts Conservatism in Virginia

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry came to Virginia to boast his policies to lawmakers as a politician who favors a low-tax, conservative approach to fiscal policy and a more aggressive attitude to international relations. On Tuesday, Perry came to Richmond, Virginia to speak to the Republican Party of Virginia, lecturing the attendees on his aforementioned views on legislation that helped […]

Mitt Romney Sets His Sights on 2016

Mitt Romney Sets His Sights on 2016

After coming up short in the Republican primary of 2008 and the presidential election in 2012, Mitt Romney is eyeing a third attempt at being elected to the office of the presidency. The former governor of Massachusetts admitted that he is once again making a run for president after declaring that the United States is […]

George H.W. Bush Remains in Hospital for Fourth Night in a Row

George H.W. Bush Remains in Hospital for Fourth Night in a Row

Former president George H.W. Bush is spending his fourth night in hospital, following his Tuesday evening admittance for shortness of breath. While there is no word yet as to why he is still being kept there, it is said to be merely a continued precaution regarding the aforementioned reason why he was brought there in […]

George H.W. Bush Spends Christmas Day in Hospital

George H.W. Bush Spends Christmas Day in Hospital

George H.W. Bush has spent his Christmas day in hospital, remaining in care at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas. He has remained there for the past two days, after being admitted for extreme shortness of breath on Tuesday evening. He was kept for the night as a precaution, and is said to be still under […]

Nancy Pelosi: Memorable Words of Wisdom

Nancy Pelosi: Memorable Words of Wisdom

Incredibly, Democrats in the United States House of Representatives have chosen to re-elect Nancy Pelosi as their leader and, in order to divine how and why this could happen, it would seem fitting to look back at some of Pelosi’s memorable words of wisdom. Representing California’s 12th Congressional District – arguably, the safest Democratic seat […]

Attorney General Nominee a Big Supporter of State-Sponsored Theft

Attorney General Nominee a Big Supporter of State-Sponsored Theft

Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for United States Attorney General, is a big supporter of a program of which many Americans are not aware, but one that amounts to state-sponsored theft of private property. Civil asset forfeiture, as it is known, is an entirely unconstitutional system, by which state and federal authorities are seizing money […]

Saira Blair: Youngest Lawmaker in U.S. History

Saira Blair: Youngest Lawmaker in U.S. History

Saira Blair has become the youngest lawmaker in U.S. history. The 18-year-old West Virginia University (WVU) freshman managed to beat out her 44-year-old opponent, attorney Layne Diehl, during the General Election on Tuesday, November 4 for a seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates. Her landslide victory has made her the youngest elected official […]

Republican Party Faces Delightful Dilemma

Republican Party Faces Delightful Dilemma

Whilst Democrats get busy with trying to play down – or make excuses for – their crushing defeat at the polls Tuesday, the Republican Party faces the delightful dilemma of trying to decide who, in the Democratic machine, it benefits them more to blame. Midterm elections are, historically, a referendum on the incumbent President’s policies, […]

Republican Party Election Victory Will Bring Its Greatest Challenge

Republican Party Election Victory Will Bring Its Greatest Challenge

If the Republican party wins control of the Senate in tomorrow’s midterm elections, the greatest challenge it will face over the next two years will be convincing conservatives that it is worthy of their support going into 2016. Conservatives are mightily disillusioned with this Republican Party: With the exception of a notable handful of Republicans […]

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