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  • Beginning brings about an end in Washington and hopes for a fresh start in 2015
    Beginning brings about an end in Washington and hopes for a fresh start in 2015
    An article by Alan Fram, Associated Press, entitled “ Senate OKs nominees and tax bill as term nears end” gives more detail on some might say the “Democrat held Senate’s last stand” as when Washington opens up again...
  • Jeb Bush
    Jeb Bush announces he will probably run for president in 2016
    The 2016 presidential election is less than two years away, and while it seems almost a lock that Hillary Clinton will get the nod for the Democratic nomination, the Republican field is considered up for grabs. One person that is positioning...
  • Republicans need a fool-proof plan to undo Obamacare damage
    Republicans should focus on Obamacare damage control
    Republicans will soon control both chambers of Congress, and subsequently have a chance to do something…anything…about Obamacare. This unconstitutional, crippling, job killing law has wreaked enough havoc to cover ten presidential...
  • spending bill has a price
    A pathetic Congress leaves only so another can begin
    This is a dreadful time in history for Congress. The poll numbers for this body are at all time lows. The House of Representatives passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill which would be good for about the next year. President Obama is for it simply...
  • Rick Perry
    Rick Perry reminds us that running for president isn't an IQ test
    Current governor of Texas, Rick Perry, has been rumored to give a run at the White House another shot in 2016. After a failed bid in 2012, the high-profiled Republican has been making the rounds, doing interviews, and making controversial remarks...
  • Jeb Bush speaking on education reform
    Jeb Bush presidential campaign doomed to fail
    In this instance the third time will not be the winner. The third member of the Bush family to seek the presidency will not be elected. There is no significant political constituency, nationally, that is demanding that former Florida Governor, and...
  • Reagan on the House floor
    Democrats use cardboard cutout of Ronald Reagan to anger Republicans in Congress
    If there is one standard bearer for the modern Republican party it would be the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan. Though Reagan has been dead for over a decade, he frequented the House floor this week as a guest of the Democratic...
  • NH Statehouse dome
    More games in the race for NH House Speaker?
    Today New Hampshire legislators will be sworn in and the Speaker of the House will be voted on by the entire group but it is not without drama that seemed to happen overnight last night. There were rumors, emails and swirls of posts on social...
  • Rand Paul
    Rand Paul puts 2016 presidential bid in doubt, opts for Senate reelection race
    The 2016 presidential election is less than two years away and many have questioned who will throw their name in the hat. While it's a safe bet in Vegas that Hillary Clinton will get the nod for the Democratic party if she decides to run, the...
  • Florida Democrats want to change their own election law
    Florida Democrats want to change their own election law
    Florida Democrats, who have seen their influence in the Sunshine State crippled, is looking for a new way to regain parity among their Republican counterparts in Tallahassee; with one of those moves changing a law that they created to help them...
  • New Congress
    Half the country thinks a GOP majority in Congress is a bad thing
    Republicans had an impressive night on Election day, gaining enough seats to win the majority in the Senate, while adding to their lead in the House and picking up key victories in governor races around the country. While Republicans might have...
  • Gitmo protests
    Despite Republican backlash, Obama to release more Gitmo detainees
    Republicans have continued their push to keep the military run prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba open, even with push back from President Obama. While Obama hasn't taken a consistently strong stance to close the prison, he has taken baby steps to...
  • Republicans gain control offering real hope and change
    Republicans gain control offering real hope and change
    The mid-term elections are now over and have the Republican Party in control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate with many political pundits claiming “Real hope and change is on the way”.The question remains however, as...
  • Rep. Bill Kramer
    GOP Rep. gets jail time after sexual assault verdict
    Sexual assaults across the board have been on the rise over the years. Whether it's on a college campus, in the military, or on the street, the amount of reported assaults is something that should be taken very seriously.Rep. Bill Kramer, a...
  • GOP leadership
    Did Americans vote for more 'futile tantrums'?
    GOP Neanderthal, Senator Jeff Sessions, threatens incremental, month-to-month government funding in retaliation for President Obama’s executive order on immigration. Analyze that.Who is Jeff Sessions?Is retaliation the answer to immigration...