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  • Trolley folly moves forward in Virginia city
    Trolley folly moves forward in Virginia city
    An opponent says it’s “a long way from being done,” but a controversial streetcar project with a ballooning $560 million price tag got another push from the Arlington County Board on Tuesday.Rolling over objections from...
  • End of a stormy era at the Departmenet of Justice - Holder resigns
    End of a stormy era at the Department of Justice - Holder resigns
    To no one’s surprise in Washington, Attorney General Eric Holder will announce his resignation Thursday after a 5½-year stormy tenure. Holder had made it clear months ago that if the Republicans won back the Senate majority he would...
  • Illinois Gubernatorial Campaign
    Rauner’s Campaign Commercials Need a Little Shaking Up
    Republican gubernatorial nominee Bruce Rauner has run a largely strong campaign since announcing his run for governor more than a year ago. His campaign theme of shaking up Springfield is a good one and a necessary one. But in the last month or so...
  • riots
    Ferguson, Missouri: When apathy, entitlement and arrogance collide
    Things went wrong in Ferguson way before Michael Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson. The situation may have been out of control before the infamous Swisher Sweets were stolen from the QuikTripconvenience store. The Ferguson Riots very well...
  • James Beauchamp “Champ” Clark
    Lawrenceburg Kentucky’s Presidential Candidate
    James Beauchamp “Champ” Clark was born near Lawrenceburg Kentucky March 7, 1850. As a boy he worked on farms in Anderson County. By the time he was 62 years old he was the leading Democratic candidate for president going into the 1912...
  • Afghan Election
    Presidential Election in Afghanistan
    Former World Bank economist Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai won Afghanistan's presidential election, according to preliminary results Monday, but fraud allegations are set to spark a dispute over the outcome and stoke concerns of instability.Ghani won...
  • Michael Madigan Plots Against the People
    More Election Chicanery from Illinois Democrats
    The tales of dead people voting in Chicago as well as Illinois elections is legendary. In fact, overall election fraud in this great state is the talk of the country, and even in many parts of the world. Illinois is a nationwide laughing stock...
  • Could Cantor's loss force Republicans to impeach Obama?
    Could Cantor's loss force Republicans to impeach Obama?
    There are several points in history where an election, or even a single event, shocks the political machines of America so much that is leads to a paradigm shift of the status quo. After the first term for Presidient Bill Clinton, Republicans...
  • Wall Street money couldn't save Eric Cantors job in historic election
    Wall Street money couldn't save Eric Cantors job in historic election
    On June 10, an event that metaphorically rang like the liberty bell occurred in the state of Virginia where a sitting House Majority Leader was ousted from his seat in a primary election. This loss for Representative Eric Cantor was so great, it...
  • Vote
    The difference one vote can make
    A farm worker in Indiana by the name of Henry Shoemaker proved how important one vote can be.On Election Day 1842, Shoemaker almost forgot to vote. Earlier he had made a promise to a gentleman by the name of Madison Marsh who was running for State...
  • Anti-Obama
    Radical anti-Obama Democrat loses in Texas senate primary
    When thinking of radical and extreme politicians who are making a run for office, it's usually the right-wing who produces them. In this case, a radical Democrat was attempting to win a primary in the state of Texas.Her name is Kesha Rogers...
  • Protest
    Watch the new film 'Koch Brothers Exposed: 2014 Edition' for free online
    Big money in politics is something that is getting the attention of many Americans and many wonder if it will ever be stopped. Money is thrown around from left to right, but no more than from the right-wing Koch Brothers.As the 2014 mid term...
  • GMO Soybeans
    Voters of Jackson County solidly against GMO crops
    Two thirds of Jackson County voters put an emphatic message to the world that GMO crops are not welcome here. The overwhelming vote was interesting in the face of more than $900,000 dollars raised by large chemical companies and invested in...
  • Election in India
    New Indian leadership should promote peace and security in South Asia
    The election of Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi as India's future Prime Minister has sent mixed signals in the immediate neighborhood. Countries like Pakistan, China, Nepal and Afghanistan will be affected by changes in India's foreign...
  • Low information voters often help to elect unqualified candidates
    More about low information voters
    The term "low information voter" is used to describe people who vote in American elections, but know little or nothing about the candidates who are running–with the exception of what they are told by the liberal media. The phrase...