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  • The two sides of the Iran nuclear deal
    The two sides of the Iran nuclear deal
    When it comes to the Iran Nuclear Deal which has been struck by six world powers and after a resolution passed unanimously by the UN Security Council endorsing the landmark nuclear deal, a very pronounced line is being drawn in the sand. The other...
  • Gallup Survey - Pope
    Pope's U.S. popularity plummets in polls
    A new Gallup poll released on Wednesday shows that the pope's popularity has taken a steep downward spiral, with only 59 percent of Americans saying they viewed the pope favorably, down from 76 percent in February 2014. Fueling this lower...
  •  2015 Conference on Aging held in Washington July 13
    2015 Conference on Aging held in Washington July 13
    Monday, July 13 the White House held its 2015 Conference on Aging where discussions took place and pertinent information given in reference to the urgency for the U.S. to care for older Americans as millions of baby boomers head into their golden...
  • Rassmusen conducts new poll on illegal immigrants
    Rassmusen conducts new poll on illegal immigrants
    Donald Trump isn’t the only person crying foul over this country’s immigration policies. In a new Rasmussen survey released Thursday, a majority of Americans think illegal immigration is leading to an increase in serious crime in...
  • Al Jazeera America releases video mocking America
    Al Jazeera America releases video mocking America
    America’s supposed ‘friend,’ Qatar-based media company Al Jazeera, released a video on its social media site AJ+ mocking Americans. This is the same outfit who bought Al Gore’s floundering media network two-years ago. The...
  • President Obama omits the word 'God' from July 4th speech
    President Obama omits the word 'God' from July 4th speech
    The omission of the word ‘God’ was slowly coming over the last few years of President Obama’s annual Fourth of July video and speech. He marked the 239th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, but some...
  • Americans mixed over display of Confederate flag new poll finds
    Americans mixed over display of Confederate flag new poll finds
    After the turmoil following the Charleston shooting tragedy over the Confederate flag, CNN/ORC issued a surprising poll Thursday concerning its place in American society. Fifty-seven percent of Americans continue to believe the Confederate flag is...
  • Hilllary Clinton's populist message on shaky grounds with her own wealth
    Hilllary Clinton's populist message on shaky grounds with her own wealth
    Hillary Clinton is already in deep trouble with here new populist message to the American voter. Try as she might, including a speech on Tuesday, she continues to attempt to counter criticism that her personal wealth undermines a populist campaign...
  • Labor unions are needed to restore balance in the workplace
    Labor unions are needed to restore balance in the workplace
    Throughout the history of the United States, unions have had a significant part to play in the success of the lower and middle classes of people seeking to fulfill, meet or acquire those things necessary for families to thrive from generation to...
  • The majority of Americans now say that they like spicy food.
    The majority of Americans: We like it hot
    Diners like it hot. At least that’s the conclusion from data collected from major research firms that track consumer tastes. According to a recent article published in the Nation’s Restaurant News, the majority of Americans, many of...
  • IRS blames budget calls for not answering the phone
    IRS blames budget cuts for not answering the phone
    As if there’s not enough anger to go around concerning the Internal Revenue Service during tax season, the agency’s commissioner just gave Americans another one. Josh Koskinen, the IRS Commissioner, testified Friday that their...
  • Koch brothers doge endorsing any one GOP candidate
    Koch brothers dodge endorsing any one GOP candidate
    The Koch brothers are once again in the limelight as Republican kingmakers. What appeared to be an endorsement of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker just a few days ago turned into a multiple choice situation on Thursday. The brothers have settled on no...
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    A Tale of Two Overton Windows
    The Overton Window is more than just some paranoid book written by Glenn Beck, it's an important political and philosophical concept. Here's a simple way of understanding it: In the 1850s, there was a debate over slavery. In the 1950s,...
  • Gallup environmental poll: concerns about global warming come in dead last
    Gallup environmental poll: concerns about global warming come in dead last
    According to a just-released Gallup poll that measures Americans' concerns about environmental threats, global warming came in dead last, dropping more percentage points over last year's survey. At the top of the list, Americans worried...
  • Onward to the speech in congress March 3 and beyond
    Onward to the speech in congress March 3 and beyond
    It has all become a stench in the nostrils, one that maybe Israel can alleviate for itself on March 17 and hopefully not be led into further conniving exploits by its current leader whose ultimate goal for his country might be viewed noble, his...
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