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  •  Former President George H.W. Bush, our nation's 41st president.
    George H.W. Bush seriously considered not seeking second term
    Former President George H.W. Bush seriously contemplated not running for a second term, according to his son, Former President George W. Bush. The younger Bush revealed this in a new book to be released on Tuesday, entitled, "41: A Portrait...
  • President Barack Obama whose second term has been weakened by the 2014 midterm election results.
    Obama is weakened by midterm election results
    President Obama's position has been weakened considerably by the results of the 2014 midterm election, according to Aljazeera America on Wednesday. Obama, who only has two years left in office, is not driving the political agenda in Washington...
  • Maryland Gov. O'Malley to challege the Hillary machine for president
    Maryland Gov. O'Malley to challege the Hillary machine for president
    To no one’s surprise, Hillary Clinton is seeing the makings of some serious rivalry for the Democratic presidential nomination. First out of the Demo woodpile is Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley. He told fundraisers Monday that he would...
  • Obama's Pretend Presidency
    The Destruction Caused by Obama’s Pretend Presidency
    In no particular order, here is a list of President Obama’s “accomplishments” in 2014:• Further alienating our best ally in the Middle East by often siding with Hamas while Hamas has lobbed over 1,000 rockets into Israel;...
  • Democrats, George Soros look to purge the Electoral College process
    Democrats, George Soros look to purge the Electoral College process
    Since the founding of America, the process of electing a president has been done using the Electoral College process but if the democrats have their way, the Electoral College process will be replaced with a national popular vote according to...
  • Former President George W Bush
    George W. Bush misses Air Force One
    Former President George W. Bush said on Wednesday that he misses flying on Air Force One, according to ABC News, Feb. 19, 2014. The former President said that he also missed the people with whom he served when he was in the White House; but, most...
  • President Barack Obama
    What if Obama decided not to leave office after his term ends?
    President Obama has been the most lawless president we have ever had, presiding over the most lawless administration in our nation's history. It should go without saying, that is why so many refer to this administration as the “Obama...
  • Obama
    Not lights out but three more years: Obama
    The President and his administration blew the Affordable Care Act implementation. Congress blew its creation. The law was flawed and you cannot implement something like that which requires complex software and system design.It isn't over for...
  • Larry Sabato
    JFK was 'cautious, conservative' says UVA political scientist Larry Sabato
    On the eve of a press conference announcing new scientific evidence related to John F. Kennedy's assassination, Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia moderated a panel discussion about November 22, 1963, featuring three witnesses to the...
  • Matthew Spalding
    Heritage Foundation's Matthew Spalding assesses the Calvin Coolidge revival
    Calvin Coolidge is the only U.S. president (so far) to have been born on the nation's birthday, the Fourth of July.There is a sort of Coolidge revival going on now, with historians and policy analysts re-evaluating the career of the 30th...
  • Rep Jose Serrano
    Presidential term limits bill reintroduced to repeal 22nd Amendment
    United States Democratic New York Rep. Jose Serrano, on Friday, introduced a bill in Congress that would repeal the Constitution’s 22nd Amendment – allowing a United States president to serve only two terms – according to the...
  • John Boehner
    President John Boehner in 2013: A Constitutional reality
    House Speaker second in line right after the Veep...President Richard M. Nixon won a landslide victory for his re-election to the presidency in 1972, only to see a third-rate burglary at the Watergate Hotel become the catalyst for the destruction...
  • Mohamed Morsi begins to make a change in Egypt
    Mohamed Morsi begins to make a change in Egypt
    Just this past Sunday June 24, 2012, Mohamed Morsi was announced president of Egypt. At the time of announcement, Tahrir Square was in an uproar. Morsi was trending on all social media networking sites. Egyptians and Arabs not only from Chicago,...
  • White House Sunset
    Leadership versus purity in the GOP primary
    As we come down to the final days before the voting begins in the 2012 Republican Presidential Primary, I’ve heard many in conservative/Republican circles gripe that their vote in 2012 will be for “the most conservative candidate&rdquo...
  • Ron Paul commits to first 100 day economic pledge on spending and budget
    Ron Paul commits to first 100 day economic pledge on spending and budget
    Presidential candidate Ron Paul wrote on November 4th his committment and pledge to the American people on what he would do in his first 100 days in office as President regarding Federal spending, the budget, and the economy. The pledge includes...