Skip to main content

The Latest

  •  Cure by tweaking may be resolve for Keystone XL pipeline infection or obsession
    Cure by tweaking may be resolve for Keystone XL pipeline infection or obsession
    The battle rages on, tit for tat, argument to argument and rulings to laws. In a recent article entitled, “Senate rejects effort to ban Keystone XL-pipeline exports” by DINA CAPPIELLO (Associated Press), it stats that the Republican...
  • Assembly Speaker Indicted
    Assembly Speaker Indicted
    A well-known New York politician has now found himself on the wrong side of the law, having been indicted on federal corruption charges.Sheldon Silver, the Speaker of the New York State Assembly, is accused of taking millions in payoffs from a...
  • Rep. Robin Kelly exploring a run for 2016 U.S. Senate seat in Illinois
    Rep. Robin Kelly exploring a run for 2016 U.S. Senate seat in Illinois
    The Democratic field for United States Senate in Illinois just got a little more crowded this morning, as Emily Cahn ofRoll Call Politics reportedthat Rep. Robin Kelly (IL-02) is "exploring" a run for Senate and "doing her due...
  • DEMS are smart, but REPS might be smarter in 2016
    DEMS are smart, but REPS might be smarter in 2016
    Agree with your adversary quickly seems to be the tone of most conservative Republicans of late as they have finagled their way to “owning” congress with majorities in both chambers and undoubtedly, as far as the White House in 2016---...
  • Obama Delivers State of the Union
    Obama Delivers State of the Union
    Tonight, President Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union address.Over the past few months, the President has faced many challenges, including a Congress that is now under the control of the Republican party.During his State of the Union...
  • The Nation Celebrates MLK Day
    The Nation Celebrates MLK Day
    Across the nation today, millions of people took the day off of work and school to celebrate the legacy of famed Civil Rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King.Although Dr. King's birthday was actually last week, the man who has become...
  • Are you a Republican in Democrat clothing or Democrat in Republican clothes?
    Are you a Republican in Democrat clothing or Democrat in Republican clothes?
    Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, the LGBT movement is trying to teach us a lesson we need to learn. For years, decades even centuries gays and lesbians have been living under a rock until now when through revelation knowledge they are...
  • Poll: Obama's Approval Rating Rises
    Poll: Obama's Approval Rating Rises
    It's been a tough few months for President Obama. First, the November elections took seats away from Democrats, and more recently, the President has faced criticism over not attending an anti-terrorism rally in Paris where world leaders came...
  • Revamp  NCLB, yes for tests, but a new law might be best
    NCLB revamp , yes for tests, but a new law might be best
    On Monday January 12, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan gave a speech at an elementary school in Washington, D.C., where he laid out the president's stance on the nation's largest federal education law, No Child Left Behind NCLB)...
  • Patrick Arnold for Mayor Party
    Pat Arnold for Mayor to Launch Official Opening of Campaign Office With Party
    Manchester, NH - The Pat Arnold for Mayor campaign office will be officially opened with a "Holiday Party" on January 22, 2015 at 5:30PM. Scheduled to run until 7:00PM, the party will be held at 1117 Elm Street in the office located...
  • Mayor Theodore Gatsas
    Teddy Bare: Manchester's Mandarin Attempts to Turn Out the Lights on Siemens
    A “mandarin” was a public official in the defunct Chinese Empire, but in our country, the word typically connotes a pedantic bureaucrat, an unimaginative paper-pusher who unduly emphasizes minutiae in their public duties. A mandarin is...
  • Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan meet again
    Romney and Ryan reach split decision for 2016
    The two men who formed the 2012 Republican presidential ticket both made decisions this week about whether to launch presidential campaigns in 2016. On Monday, Paul Ryan, the candidate for vice president in 2012, made an announcement about his...
  • White House Criticized for Not Attending Paris Rally
    White House Criticized for Not Attending Paris Rally
    This past week, President Obama was criticized for various news outlets for not attending an anti-terrorism rally in Paris. Several other world leaders attended the rally to show their support for France and the French people following the...
  • No Child Left Behind Act May be Revamped
    No Child Left Behind Act May be Revamped
    On Monday, Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced that there may be changes made to the No Child Left Behind Act, one of the nation's largest federal education laws.Duncan laid out the president's plans for the law, noting that the act...
  • Indecisiveness prompts yank
    Indecisiveness prompts yank
    According to Politico, the Senate voted today to kick off a debate over legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, voting 63-32 to take up a bill that would short-circuit President Obama's authority over the $8 billion pipeline. The word...