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  • Rubio
    Beyond the Oratory
    It was a nice soundbite: “Just yesterday, a leader from yesterday began a campaign for president by promising to take us back to yesterday. But yesterday is over, and we are never going back.”The references to “yesterday”...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton has a lot of faults but is still better than any GOP candidate
    It's been less than a week since Hillary Clinton finally made the announcement the country had been waiting for. The former Secretary of State, Senator of New York and First Lady, is going to give the White House another shot. Despite...
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is backing an amendment to limit campaign spending.
    Hillary Clinton supports a Constitutional amendment to limit campaign spending
    HIllary Clinton has strongly endorsed a Constitutional amendment to limit campaign spending according to ABC News on Tuesday. The Democratic Party female presidential candidate made her announcement in hopes of limiting the impact of high roller...
  • Senators
    To war again?
    So the administration and P5+1 have negotiated a framework for an agreement to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. Benjamin Netanyahu…naturally…hates it. But most of the rest of the world is ecstatic that, finally, three months...
  • Irish need not apply
    Not all violence is physical
    There is a movement of violent oppression attacking the Land of the Free. They don't see themselves as violent because they don't physically attack anyone. There are no beatings or deaths in this particular kind of oppression. But not all...
  • Michele Bachmann
    Michele Bachmann 'guarantees' World War 3 if Obama cuts deal with Iran
    She might not be a member of Congress anymore, but former Rep. Michele Bachmann is stilling letting her opinions be known about President Obama. Bachmann, sticking with her usual vitriol towards the president, predicted an all out global war if he...
  • Stencil art in Madison, Wisconsin.
    Springfield, MO votes in favor of bigotry
    Last year, the Springfield city council extended theirnon-discrimination ordinance to protectgay, lesbian and transgender men and women. The ordinance effectshousing, employment and public accommodations, the sorts of things we expect non...
  • Change in Ferguson as high voter turnout results in integrated city council
    Change in Ferguson as high voter turnout results in integrated city council
    The nation was watching Ferguson on Tuesday to see if their need for change was enough to drive them to vote. Ferguson did not disappoint as the turned out to the polls in record numbers. An estimated 30% of registered voters cast ballots in this...
  • Rand Paul
    Here's why Rand Paul will never become president or even be the GOP nominee
    After what seemed like years of endless speculation, one prominent Republican has decided to throw his name into the race for president in 2016. Seen as a bit of an outsider to some, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky is following in his father's...
  • Mitch McConnell
    A failure of memory
    Republicans really have very little sense of history…which has caused them no end of trouble over the past several years. They forgot, for instance…or never knew, which is worse…that the Sunnis and Shi’ites in Iraq hate...
  • Obama celebrates first five years of the ACA
    Obama warns of negative climate change effects on health
    On Monday in Washington, D.C., in a proclamation declaring National Public Health Week April 6 through April 12, U.S. president Barack Obama confirmed his continuing dedication to battling climate change in order to minimize its negative impacts...
  • Constitutional convention
    A Looming Constitutional Crisis
    The Congress, whenever two thirds of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention for proposing...
  • Medical Marijuana Protest
    Congress to DoJ: Stop going after patients and dispensaries
    Congress thought they were being pretty clear when they said that the Department of Justice may not use any funds to prevent states from "implementing their own State laws that authorize the use, distribution, possession, or cultivation of...
  • U.S. economy added 129,000 jobs in March
    Wages rise in March as job growth slows and jobless rate holds
    Though still positive, job growth slowed considerably in March with the U.S. economy adding only a net 126,000 non-farm payroll jobs during the month, according the latest Employment Situation Summary released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics ...
  • Mike Pence
    The GOP's Iowa Problem
    Look to Iowa in 2016 to understand the political implications for Republicans of the 2015 Indiana gay-bashing law.The need to pander to about 120,000 socially conservative Iowans — roughly the number who participated in each of the last two...
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