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  • Marco Rubio
    The GOP, Foreign Policy, and the Legacy of Vietnam
    April 30 marks the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon. The images of the capture of the capital of South Vietnam by communist forces are seared into the minds of Americans over the age of 50: The rooftop evacuation by helicopter of CIA...
  • Former Texas Governor Rick Perry, (R) , whose appeal is being heard by his former attorney.
    Rick Perry's appeal to be heard by former Perry lawyer
    An attorney who once represented former Texas Governor Rick Perry, (R), as his deputy counsel is now going to hear Perry's appeal in his abuse-of-power criminal case involving district attorney Rosemary Lehmberg's DWI (Drinking while...
  • Supreme Court Will Hear Marriage Equality Arguments Tomorrow
    Supreme Court Will Hear Marriage Equality Case Tomorrow
    The Supreme Court of the United States will hear arguments tomorrow, April 28, on the landmark issue of same-sex marriage in this country. Lawyers representing supporters and opponents of same-sex marriage equality will present oral arguments...
  • Mark Zuckerberg
    Political etiquette in the Facebook age
    As more and more people voice their politics on social media, a new type of etiquette is evolving. What are the rules of web-based political debate? What are the proper manners? How sharp should the crosstalk get?Of course, we’d all say that...
  • Police Dogs
    Supreme Court rules on constitutionality of extended traffic stops
    In a 6-3 ruling, The Supreme Court of the United States said that detaining drivers to await a drug dog is a violation of theFourth Amendment’s ban against unlawful searches and seizures. In a 2005 case, the SCOTUS had previously ruled that...
  • Loretta Lynch is the new U.S. Attorney General
    FINALLY: Loretta Lynch confirmed as Attorney General; Obama's statement
    The bi-partisan stand off over the confirmation of Loretta Lynch has ended with the former U.S. attorney's elevation to the highest post in the Justice Department. After a 5 month wait, on Thursday afternoon the U.S. Senate finally confirmed...
  • 'I take full responsibility': Obama on hostages killed in U.S. al-Qaeda attack
    'I take full responsibility': Obama on hostages killed in U.S. al-Qaeda attack
    An American and an Italian hostage, both dedicated to helping those in war and poverty stricken areas, died in a U.S. Government counter terrorism operation in January of this year. On Thursday, U.S. President Barack Obama profusely apologized to...
  • James Comey
    The FBI Director, Poland, and the Holocaust
    In their minds, the murderers and accomplices of Germany, and Poland, and Hungary, and so many, many other places didn’t do something evil. They convinced themselves it was the right thing to do, the thing they had to do. FBI Director James...
  • Dawkins speaks reason at rally
    Openly secular individuals still face discrimination in politics
    Thursday is the very first Openly Secular Day celebration and across the Earth. Many individuals who have thus far been hesitant in announcing their secular views to others around them are doing so with least one person or more, while the millions...
  • Barack Obama
    President Obama delivers epic smackdown of Florida Gov. Rick Scott
    The overwhelming consensus among scientists is that out of all the states in the country, Florida is the one that is at the greatest risk of feeling the effects of global warming and climate change. Despite this, Florida governor and Tea Party...
  • Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton
    Clinton dominates Democrats, Bush slight lead over Republicans in new poll
    Hillary Clinton rolls into New Hampshire today continuing her listening tour which kicked off last week in Iowa, while 18 potential Republican candidates finished up a conference in Nashua, New Hampshire.In a new CNN/ORC International poll...
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a formidable candidate.
    Hillary Clinton is one formidable candidate: Editorial
    Having announced her candidacy for President last week, Hillary Clinton is proving to be a credible, winning candidate with unchallenged qualifications and experience. Just a quick glance at her resume is awe inspiring even to the most astute...
  • Rubio
    Beyond the Oratory
    It was a nice soundbite: “Just yesterday, a leader from yesterday began a campaign for president by promising to take us back to yesterday. But yesterday is over, and we are never going back.”The references to “yesterday”...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton has a lot of faults but is still better than any GOP candidate
    It's been less than a week since Hillary Clinton finally made the announcement the country had been waiting for. The former Secretary of State, Senator of New York and First Lady, is going to give the White House another shot. Despite...
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is backing an amendment to limit campaign spending.
    Hillary Clinton supports a Constitutional amendment to limit campaign spending
    HIllary Clinton has strongly endorsed a Constitutional amendment to limit campaign spending according to ABC News on Tuesday. The Democratic Party female presidential candidate made her announcement in hopes of limiting the impact of high roller...
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