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Ben Carson’s First Campaign Stop for the 2016 Presidential Run

Ben Carson’s First Campaign Stop for the 2016 Presidential Run

Iowa is well-known for being an unusual place, although it has many midwestern values those range from being a traditionally pro-family location to somewhat liberal siding with unions and labor parties. Ben Carson is beginning his venture as a 2016 candidate for the Republican nomination, after announcing his intention to run on Sunday. He is a […]

Mike Huckabee Will Be Solid Presidential Candidate

Mike Huckabee Will Be Solid Presidential Candidate

Mike Huckabee, the former governor of Arkansas turned news commentator, started his campaign solidly with a well-publicized announcement on Tuesday that he is a presidential candidate in the 2016 election. Many fans were waiting to hear the news and his chances could not be better to actually win. While many will forever see Huckabee as […]

Richard Nixon Suffered From Addison’s Disease and Extreme Paranoia

Richard Nixon Suffered From Addison’s Disease and Extreme Paranoia

Richard Nixon, the 37th President of the United States, is perhaps best known for his unwavering stance on topics he was passionate about and for being the first and only president (so far) to voluntarily resign from office. A surprising fact which has been hidden about him until now, however, is that Nixon suffered from […]

Carly Fiorina May Be First Female President

Carly Fiorina May Be First Female President

Carly Fiorina, the first lady to lead a Fortune 20 business, is hoping to make history again by becoming the first female president of the United States. She has just announced her Republican nomination. Fiorina was a former chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard, which at the time was America’s 11th biggest company. During her time at […]

Chris Christie and Bridgegate What Is Next?

Chris Christie and Bridgegate What Is Next?

When Chris Christie was first thinking about his run for the White House in 2014, all sources thought that he would be the candidate who would be able to pull it off. He was the direct talking candidate of the average Joe, who explained things which were complex for all to understand quickly and easily. He […]

Ben Carson Announces Run for President

Ben Carson Announces Run for President

Ben Carson gave an exclusive interview on May 3, 2015, in West Palm Beach in which he spoke to WPEC television, the CBS affiliate, and announced that he is running for President. Although he is not as well-known as some of his other Republican counterparts, he has polled ahead of many more prominent Republican candidates. Originally […]

Carly Fiorina Announces Presidential Bid for 2016

Carly Fiorina Announces Presidential Bid for 2016

Carly Fiorina, who was the former CEO for Hewlett-Packard, and who once ran for U.S. Senate, announced her presidential bid on Monday, making her the first woman GOP member to campaign for the 2016 election. Talk about her possible presidential bid had begun last week, when Fiorina began hiring a staff for her campaign and made […]

Bill Clinton’s Hidden Financial Sources

Bill Clinton’s Hidden Financial Sources

Bill Clinton, former U.S. President and husband of 2016 Democrat Presidential hopeful Hillary, has had quite a successful number of years at the speaker’s podium, though the sources of his substantial income remain for the most part, hidden. Following his presidency from 1993 until 2001, Clinton embarked on a career of public speaking, which began […]

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 […]

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