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  • Puerto Rico
    Puerto Rico facing reality of defaulting on its $72 billion debt
    Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Padilla released a statement on Monday saying the governor said the island couldn’t pay its $72 billion in debts. The government of Puerto Rico failed its attempts at slashing expenditures and restructuring its...
  • Obama signs the Trade Promotion Authority Act into law
    Obama signs fast track trade greatest bipartisanship achievement of presidency
    President Barack Obama signed into law the greatest bipartisanship achievement of his presidency, the six-year fast track trade bill, the Trade Promotion Authority Act (TPA) and the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act (TAA) at a bipartisan White House...
  • Rand Paul
    Rand Paul wants to eliminate marriage benefits
    Rand Paul makes a relevant point about marriage. Rand Paul questions why government should allocate special benefits to those who are married. Now that the Supreme Court has decided that “marriage” applies to everyone and everyone who...
  • Hobbling along, Secretary of State John Kerry
    Negotiating 101: Don't be the one to say the last word
    Here is a good example of what drives people crazy about President Obama, it is his incessant, unnecessary and untimely talking. Obama majored in talking and that’s what he does. Someone needs to put a clamp on it, but that is too late for...
  • Governor Christie
    Chris Christie video hints at a 2016 run
    Days before Governor Chris Christie is scheduled to announce his candidacy for President, he launched a presidential campaign website on Monday. The new website — www.chrischristie.com — shows the New Jersey governor's name along...
  • ECOPOLITICS
    Supremes choke Obama's rabid EPA
    The U.S. Supreme Court, in a partisan 5 to 4 decision, ruled that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) acted “unreasonably when it deemed cost irrelevant to the decision to regulate (electric) power plants” in imposing its...
  • SCOTUS
    Supreme Court upholds use of controversial lethal injection drug
    In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court decided on Monday that Oklahoma can continue to use the controversial drug in lethal injections known as midazolam. Justice Samuel Alito ruled that the Oklahoma prisoners who brought the case...
  • After Obama
    After the Obama drama
    This article is inspired by the conversation at Starbucks this morning.A lot of people are still talking about President Obama. For a president who promised little drama, he sure piled it on. The people who are talking are conservatives who have...
  • Greek financial crisis
    Greece keeps banks closed as financial crisis grows
    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Sunday that Greek banks will continue to be closed Monday and have placed restrictions on transactions as the country’s financial crisis deepens. The announcement stems from a recommendation...
  • David Sweat captured
    Massive three-week long manhunt concludes after Sweat is captured
    New York State Troopers announced Sunday that they have caught David Sweat, the second escapee from the Clinton Correctional Facility. Richard Matt was eventually killed by police last Friday. The Plattsburgh Press-Republican confirmed late Sunday...
  • Buhari
    Return of Dictatorship? Nigerians are worried about their new President
    For a man President Muhammadu Buhari, who once led a coup that ended his country’s path to a second republic;who once suspended the constitution and ruled as a despot – all that glitters may not just be gold. Prior to his election, the...
  • TPP puts US wages on life support sending jobs to ER
    TPP puts US wages on life support sending jobs to ER
    Despite headlines two weeks ago proclaiming Democrats handed President Obama’s trade deal a humiliating defeat, GOP tinkering saved the Trade Promotion Authority or "fast-track" authority and its companion the Trans-Pacific...
  • CNN mistakes flag with sex toys for ISIS flag at gay pride parade
    CNN mistakes flag with sex toys for ISIS flag at gay pride parade
    Around the world the LGBT community is celebrating this weekend with gay pride parades and festivals. These celebrations have added significance and fervor following the United States Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states...
  • Ted Cruz
    Trading punches with Ted Cruz
    Just wondering, can being a Republican be a hate crime? God forbid taking that case to the Supreme Court. When a candidate like Ted Cruz throws punches, they are often in the empty air. They are verbal and don't land a physical blow. They are...
  • Jeb Bush townhall meeting
    Bush: 'focus on mental health care and not new gun limits'
    During a townhall event on Saturday, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush fought back against calls from President Obama and other liberal Democrats for stricter gun control laws following the mass shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal...
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