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GOP Candidates Take Turns Bashing Hillary Clinton

GOP Candidates Take Turns Bashing Hillary Clinton

Feeling more like a Friar’s Club Roast than a campaign outing, GOP presidential candidates took turns bashing Democratic Candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton, from New Hampshire today. The Republican Leadership Summit in Nashua, New Hampshire, is giving a large field of Republican candidates an opportunity to attack the Democratic front-runner Clinton, and her policies. The granite state […]

Hillary Clinton ‘Still I Rise’

Hillary Clinton ‘Still I Rise’

Hillary Rodham Clinton has gone from personal shame to presidential hopeful. Everyone from politicians to comedians have taken a swipe at Mrs. Clinton over the past two decades, from her husband’s indiscretions to her own suspicious dealings. In fact, famed comedian Chris Rock dedicated over seven minutes of his Bigger and Blacker comedy special to detail […]

Emancipation Day and the Fight for Freedom

Emancipation Day and the Fight for Freedom

Thursday, April 16, 2015 marked the 153rd anniversary of the abolition of slavery in DC, otherwise known as Emancipation Day. In 1862 over 3,000 slaves were freed, just eight months prior to the signing of the Compensated Emancipation Proclamation which freed slaves in the South. The District of Columbia also has the distinction of being […]

United States Capitol Has an Unexpected Visit From Gyrocopter

United States Capitol Has an Unexpected Visit From Gyrocopter

Flying in completely under the radar came an entirely unexpected visit from a man on a gyrocopter at the United States Capitol, and no one knows how he pulled it off. The man has now been identified as 61-year-old Doug Hughes, who says he has been planning this patriotic act for over two years, and had […]

Live! From New York It’s…Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Documentary

Live! From New York It’s…Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary Documentary

  The 14th annual Tribeca Film Festival kicked off their celebration, Wednesday with, “Live From New York!”, a documentary, by Bao Nguyen, showing the impact “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) has had on American culture. The documentary also celebrates the past 40 years with Lorne Michaels and SNL. The gala that kicked off the Tribeca Film […]

Outspoken Chris Christie Undecided on 2016 White House Bid

Outspoken Chris Christie Undecided on 2016 White House Bid

Chris Christie is known to be outspoken. Americans can expect him to be candid anytime he speaks, and they should expect nothing less from him while campaigning, should he decide to make a White House bid in 2016. However, the New Jersey Governor remains undecided. He will not rush the decision, but will take more time to reflect […]

Hillary Clinton’s Tip Fiasco at Chipotle

Hillary Clinton’s Tip Fiasco at Chipotle

During a visit to Ohio, Hillary Clinton visited a Chipotle and apparently did not put any money in a tip jar let alone tip the staff. Her chicken burrito bowl stint, where she kept the change, is breaking news for some news agencies. Reports also say that the former first lady was wearing shades when she […]

Abraham Lincoln: 150 Years After His Assassination by John Wilkes Booth

Abraham Lincoln: 150 Years After His Assassination by John Wilkes Booth

Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. on Apr. 14, 1865. This week marked the 150th Anniversary of the 16th President of the United States’ untimely death. His assailant, John Wilkes Booth, was a well-known American stage actor and member of the prominent 19th Century Booth family from Maryland, who made their name in the […]

Harry Reid and the Real Reasons for His Retirement

Harry Reid and the Real Reasons for His Retirement

Plans to retire have rumors about what is really going on with Senator Harry Reid spreading like wildfire. What is the real reason behind Reid’s decision to retire? As of the beginning of the New Year, Reid appeared to have a very bruised face and an injury to his eye. He said this was caused […]

Dance of Democracy (Part 1): Clinton or Bush as President a Step Backwards

Dance of Democracy (Part 1): Clinton or Bush as President a Step Backwards

The 2016 U.S. Presidential election might still be more than a year and a half away, but the dance of democracy has started playing and it seems quite obvious that another Clinton or Bush as the President would be a step backwards for democracy. One of the major differences between a democracy and a monarchy is […]

Hillary Clinton’s Next Stop Is New Hampshire

Hillary Clinton’s Next Stop Is New Hampshire

In her 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has announced that her next stop is New Hampshire. In her 2008 presidential campaign she found favor from the state, but many are wondering if her strategy in this campaign will help her find the votes for the next election. After leaving Iowa, she plans to continue her […]

White House to Ramp Up Fence Security With Spikes

White House to Ramp Up Fence Security With Spikes

The White House has now approved new steel spikes to put atop the outside security fence. The National Park Service, which oversees the White House grounds, is considering the additional measures to reduce the risk of gate jumpers in the future. According to a local news report, the spikes will remain in place through next year […]

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