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  • Gay marriage
    Separation of church and state: Gay marriage
    Why is this so hard? Why is there separation between church and state in American? Here are some reasons:The Founding Fathers wanted to protect freedom of belief, and did not want the government to embrace one religion over another and impose its...
  • Orlando's Soccer Stadium Tied Up by Healthcare Fight
    A fight over healthcare shouldn't tie up Orlando stadium project
    This is the problem with politics: when the people in power have a disagreement over something, they often times take political prisoners, and in Florida, the state legislature has taken a political prisoner over their fight over Medicaid –...
  • Obama vented out his anger at the 2015 White House Correspondent's Association dinner
    Obama's anger management issues at White House Correspondents' Dinner speech
    President Barack Obama showed that under the cool no drama Obama veneer there are anger issues, simmering beneath the surface in his funny and sometimes-mean White House Correspondents' Dinner speech. On Saturday evening, April 25, 2015 Obama...
  • Drone Justice convicts, sentences and executes three Americans
    Drone Justice convicts, sentences and executes three Americans
    Whether or not you agree with the President’s drone program, the revelation this week about a secret January CIA counterterrorism operation that killed two hostages and two suspected American terrorists highlights the shortcomings in the...
  • Fresh start
    Presidential applesauce
    From the New Yorker this morning is a email crafted by Dorothy Wickenden inviting readers to listen to a podcast featuring some of the 14 Republican presidential candidates. She observes that Republicans are describing the contenders as the best...
  • LAX
    LAX Airport beefs up security amid ISIS threat
    Federal authorities are increasing security in Los Angeles, its local airports and other local hot spots throughout Southern California, after receiving new ISIS-related threats calling for attacks on uniformed personnel, according to US officials...
  •  Rubio sees bumps in 2016 polls leads the pack poses a threat to Hillary Clinton
    Marco Rubio sees bumps in 2016 polls leads pack poses threat to Hillary Clinton
    Florida Senator Marco Rubio is seeing a bump in his numbers in three new polls, and is leading in two of the polls released this past week. Rubio is now in the front, and top tier of the 2016 Republican presidential candidates, and is benefitting...
  • Biden gave a speech in honor of th 67th Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations
    Obama WH-Israel thaw continues on Yom Haatzmaut, but not towards Netanyahu
    After Congressional Democrats warned President Barack Obama and the administration, their harsh rhetoric towards Israel and its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would cost the Democrats votes in the 2016 elections, Obama has been trying to...
  • Marvin McClarty, Sr.
    Service held for Marvin McClarty, Sr. who was the conscience of the Omaha Police
    A memorial service for Marvin McClarty, Sr. was held April 23 at the Clair Memorial United Methodist Church in Omaha, Nebraska. McClarty died a week earlier of liver cancer. McClarty was a well-respected twenty-six year veteran of the Omaha Police...
  • Jeb Bush 2016
    Jeb Bush continues to distance himself from Secretary of State James Baker
    Florida Governor Jeb Bush continued to put some distance between himself and former Secretary of State James Baker. During a Manhattan Republican Party meeting, Bush said he plans on bringing in young foreign policy advisers who come from a...
  • Bruce Jenner and his gender transformation
    Sawyer shows ignorance when Jenner states that he's a Conservative
    Speculation has been confirmed tonight with Bruce Jenner's admission to Diane Sawyer that he has been undergoing a gender transition over the past several years. Jenner opened up about how he felt, even during the days following his incredible...
  • Gordon Klingenschmitt
    Controversial Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt to run for Senate seat
    Controversial Colorado Representative Gordon Klingenschmitt has higher political aspirations than his current office as representative of the 15th District. He won the Colorado Springs seat with over 70 percent of the vote, despite his views being...
  • Mitt Romney believes Hillary Clinton's latest scandal looks like bribery
    Mitt Romney says Hillary Clinton's latest donation scandal looks like bribery
    Former 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney might not be running for president in 2016, but that is not stopping him from taking a high profile role in helping the GOP regain the White House, regardless of the candidate. Romney has...
  • Carly Fiorina
    Carly Fiorina to announce presidential candidacy
    Carly Fiorina announced on April 22 that she is going to announce that she’s going to run for president. Fiorina, who is the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, will seek the Republican nomination in a ever growing, and soon to be crowded, field....
  • Spam
    C-Net's Proposed Law: Ban Spam
    A few months back we explained that there were problems with the M. J. Young Net website which meant that certain older articles were sporadically unavailable, and that to remedy that situation those would be reproduced, in serialized format, here...
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