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  • Lame duck Obama's embargo-lifting decision on Cuba hits massive senate criticism
    Lame duck Obama's embargo-lifting decision on Cuba hits massive senate criticism
    President Obama is facing deep resistance for his lifting of the decades-long embargo against Cuba on Wednesday. The decision to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba has prompted many across party lines in the Senate to speak out.Politico...
  • Impeach Obama
    An Obama impeachment is possible
    Some might say, "So many charges, so little time"; at least that's the way many in congress and most conservative Americans see potential articles of impeachment they believe should be brought against President Obama.There are...
  • GOP gains in midterms considered nebulous by Gallap Poll
    GOP gains in midterms considered nebulous by Gallap Poll
    In a stunning change, the midterm election wave has provided a Republicans a majority in both the Senate and House. It has also shifted Americans' political allegiance toward the GOP, a new poll shows.The new Gallup poll indicates that 43...
  • Kasich on the green
    ‘Spunky’ John Kasich is in the batter's box for the GOP
    Having grown up an “average American” in Ohio, it is not uncomfortable to consider a candidate from Ohio, a state that has provided its share of past presidents. Ohio hasn’t delivered one in awhile, not since Blooming Grove gave...
  • Obama’s immigration fix shields over 4 million undocumented
    Obama’s immigration fix shields over 4 million undocumented
    On a Thursday primetime televised speech President Barack Obama announced his plan to unilaterally change immigration laws, shielding from deportation an estimate of 4 million undocumented immigrants already living in the U.S.In his message to the...
  • GOP used coded Twitter posts to bypass campaign finance laws
    GOP used coded Twitter posts to bypass campaign finance laws
    Leading up to 2014’s midterm elections, a lot of column inches were devoted to proposed, contested and question-begging restrictions imposed by several states on voter registration or just voting in general. The arguments for such...
  • Barack Obama addresses reporters in White House press room
    Pulitzer prize winning writer pens open letter to GOP: Impeach Obama now
    Miami, Florida--Impeach President Obama. "What are you waiting for", asks 2004 Pulitzer Prize winning writer Leonard Pitts, as if impeachment were as simple as waiving a magic wand. In an open letter to the GOP published on his twice...
  • Glenn Grothman on Kwanzaa holiday: 'Ban it'
    New GOP congressman wants Kwanzaa holiday banned: 'It divides nation'
    Glenn Grothman survived tough competitors in the Wisconsin primary, has been a thorn in the side of liberal opponents, has been called amisogynist by members of his own Republican party, said sex-ed creates gays and lesbians, believes food stamp...
  • Tom Cotton - Arkansas
    Cotton becomes an Arkansas staple in Washington, D.C.
    Born in Dardanelle,Arkansason May 13, 1977, 6’5” Tom Cotton is filled with determination and patriotism. Though he lives in a small home, has no press secretary and seems somewhat incapable of presenting a resounding stump speech, only...
  • Jesus and Mary Mary Magdalene
    Affordable Care not the problem: GOP and Obama are
    Got this email from the GOP today with the following subject: “Obama Slashes ACA Sign-Up Forecast by 30%; Jesus Married With Children?”First of all, President Obama is terrible at defining measurable outcomes and meeting them. That was...
  • President Obama meets with GOP
    What 2014 midterms mean for immigration or amnesty
    The midterm elections were a rout. The GOP took eight, most likely nine Senate seats, about a dozen House seats and control 70 percent of the state legislatures across the country. How’d they win? Republican candidates pummeled the airwaves...
  • Reince Priebus, Chair of the National Republican Party.
    GOP Chair hopes Hillary is Democratic nominee in 2016
    Believing that she would act as a catalyst for unifying the GOP, National Republican Party Chair Reince Priebus told reporters at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast in Washington, that he hopes that Hillary Clinton is the Democratic Party's...
  • House Speaker John Boehner who is pontificating warnings to Obama after the 2014 midterms earlier this week.
    Boehner warns Obama not to 'burn' himself on immigration
    House Speaker John Boehner, (R), warned President Barack Obama not to act unilaterally on immigration, according to ABC News on Friday. The Speaker stated that if Obama governs by executive order on immigration, that he runs the risk of getting ...
  • Stein says President Obama is most racist president ever
    Actor/Economist Ben Stein says President Obama is the most racist president.
    Ben Stein is probably most renowned for his role of an economics professor in the 1986 movie, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”. One line has become infamous, and that is his dead pan roll call, “Bueller, Bueller, Bueller, Bueller...
  • 2014 Midterm Elections Ballot Made Simple
    5 Things to remember before you cast your vote in the November midterms
    Elections are serious business. The 2014 midterm elections will have serious consequences for both parties and the citizens of this country.Many believe that there is nothing more dangerous than an uneducated voter, and with good reason.Casting...