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  • DC tourists
    Visit D.C.
    Tourism is essential to the District of Columbia, there's no doubt about that. The District receives millions of tourist dollars annually, which keeps a bustling and ever growing 76,000 District tourism jobs going. Just last year,more than 18...
  • Greece in limbo
    Is sustainable debt the goal for Greece?
    No, it had better not be. Today, the National Politics Examiner was busted by pro-Greek advocates who wanted me to take a vacation in Greece to help save the economy. I advised Vox News journalist, Ezra Klein about the hazards of advocating...
  • Charleston shooting
    Charleston shooter Dylann Roof indicted for murder
    Early Tuesday,Dylann Roof was indicted on nine counts of murder for the shooting at the Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston last month. He also faces a weapons charge. Roof will be back in court in October on the murder charges and a state...
  • Russia Helps United States Celebrate Independence  Day
    Russia Helps United States Celebrate Independence Day
    The Fourth of July is Independence Day for the United States, and Russia helped us celebrate. On the one hand Russian President Vladimir Putin called President Obama and wished him a Happy Fourth. On the other hand Putin sent four Tupolev TU 95 to...
  • 2003 Texas Redistricting Map
    One person, one vote, applied
    Last week we gave an essential primer on the issue of one person, one vote, and its relationship to redistricting. If that means nothing to you, go read that article and return. The question we raised is, who is everyone? When we say one person,...
  • Obama on ISIS
    Obama calls fight on ISIS a long-term campaign
    President Obama on Monday updated the media on the military operations against ISIS, rehashing the long-term effort and the importance of local forces and stable governments as keys needed to stop the terror group’s rise. President Barack...
  • ISIS’ brutality sinks to new highs
    ISIS’ brutality sinks to new highs
    Dubbed the “caliphate cubs” ISIS terrorists kidnapped more than 500 young children in Iraq and created their sick version of the Nazi youth, according to the Iraqi government. Over the 4th of July weekend, 25 of the caliphate cubs were...
  • Obama at the Pentagon
    America's strategy to defeat ISIS
    It isn't Obama's strategy, it is America's strategy to defeat ISIS. If Congress doesn't like it, they need to meet with the President to work out a strategy they both can agree to. That's what Americans expect from their...
  • Houses
    Real estate discussions in DC
    The Annual Asian Real Estate Society (AsRES) Meeting, the International Real Estate Society (IRES) is going on in conjunction of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association (AREUEA), are all being held in Washington, D.C. And the...
  • Fame and Money and Depravity
    Short is the list one could compile of those whom fame and money did not deprave
    When you can afford Chanel but don't wear Chanel, there is always a, very compelling, reason:Jackie’s famous suit was actually not created by Chanel, but was instead a high-end “reproduction” by New York fashion salon Chez...
  • South Carolina Senate votes to take down Confederate Flag
    South Carolina votes to take down Confederate flag
    The South Carolina Senate has defied the odds and voted on July 6th to remove the Confederate flag from the pole on the grounds of the Statehouse.The bill, which required two-thirds of the vote in the upper chamber to pass, was approved 37-3. Some...
  • Donald Trump: Why he scares the heck out of liberals and RINO's
    Donald Trump: Why he scares the heck out of liberals and RINO's
    The dictionary describes fear asan unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. That illustrates exactly the effect Donald Trump is having in the political arena. Fear also...
  • John Kerry in Vienna
    Iran facing hard choices as negotiations continue for nuclear deal
    Secretary of State John Kerry continued nuclear negotiations with Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif on Monday as the deadline for a final deal approaches. Kerry said tough decisions will need to be made soon. They are hoping to reach a...
  • TPP, it only gets worse, the big pharma effect
    TPP, it only gets worse, the big pharma effect
    The latest Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade secrets revealed in Wikileaks highlights the push by the pharmaceutical giants to strangle competition by eliminating the generic prescription drug market under President Obama’s new trade...
  • Hillary Clinton's campaign staffers separating the news media from the candidate has gone viral
    Nixonian Clinton bars news media's access with rope at NH July 4th parade
    Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton's carefully crafted campaign is being too cautious and too manipulative causing some experts to say she has 'Nixonian Attributes' and with good reason. Clinton known to keep the press at bay went...
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