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  • Third strike via veto by Obama
    Third strike via veto by Obama
    Well, it’s official. Today, as reported by Politico, President Barack Obama vetoed a bill that would have forced the approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, escalating his clash with the Republican Congress over an $8 billion project that...
  • Thomas Jefferson
    Jefferson’s election decided by House
    The presidential election of 1800 pitted anti-Federalist Thomas Jefferson against Democratic-Republican Aaron Burr, with the election ending in a deadlock. It now feel to the House of Representatives to decide the outcome.Each of the 16 states...
  • Vermin Supreme
    Mandatory tooth brushing under U.S. Presidential Candidate Vermin Supreme
    Who is Vermin Supreme? He is running for President of the United States in 2016. He stands for mandatory tooth brushing. This includes dental re-education centers and secret dental police that may knock your door down at 3 am to enforce mandatory...
  • Abraham Lincoln seated, Feb 9, 1864
    When dreams come true: Abraham Lincoln’s precognitive dream experiences
    Many historical accounts relate to people reporting precognitive dreams. A precognitive or prophetic dream is an event offering unexplainably-attained foreknowledge of some future event(s); the information the dreamer receives comes from an...
  • The majority which is the minority needs satisfaction in our choice that speaks for us
    Majority which is the minority needs satisfaction in our choice to speak for us
    One step forward, two steps backwards—that is what House Speaker John Boehner has done to the American Society. Bypassing the sitting president in acknowledging him of the intent to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak...
  •  Passed but vetoed or passed and signed, it can go either way for now
    Passed but vetoed or passed and signed, it can go either way for now
    House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told reporters this week that next week the House will take up the Keystone pipeline as passed by the Senate and send it to the president's desk; the House of Representatives approved Keystone XL in January...
  • Peter King Running President
    Peter King running: President or bust, King running to block other GOP nominees
    Peter King has a vision for the office of president. The Republican Party congressman representing parts of Long Island said all the right things when announcing his potential candidacy – then immediately pointed out his second, and...
  • SOTU 2015
    SOTU 2015, Not all talking points were good news for the climate
    The good news about the 2015 State of the Union Address (SOTU) is that President Obama agrees we need to fight climate change, create a fair economy, and ensure that every person has the right to vote. He even went as far as calling out climate...
  • 2015 State of the Union Address
    'Set our sights higher than a single pipeline'
    Those were President Obama’s words from the January 20 State of the Union Address. He challenged America to fight for good jobs and a bright future for our children.The President said: “Over the past six years, we’ve done more...
  • DEMS are smart, but REPS might be smarter in 2016
    DEMS are smart, but REPS might be smarter in 2016
    Agree with your adversary quickly seems to be the tone of most conservative Republicans of late as they have finagled their way to “owning” congress with majorities in both chambers and undoubtedly, as far as the White House in 2016---...
  • Mitt Romney 2016: Talks of another running down the line? Republican candidate on Obama years
    Mitt Romney 2016: Running for president again? Republican on race, the Obama era
    Is Mitt Romney running for President in 2016? Rumors have been circulating that the past governor of Massachusetts was interested in taking on the conservative ticket for the presidency yet again, and the political figure did open up this weekend...
  • Ira C. "Mike" Matthiessen
    Rose Parade 2016 theme 'Find Your Adventure' announced by new Pres. Matthiessen
    Ira C. “Mike” Matthiessen, a Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association volunteer since 1979, was elected as president of the Association for 2015-2016 on Thursday night. He will oversee the 127th Rose Parade and 102nd Rose Bowl Game on...
  • Symbolic Presidents
    The silly, symbolic obligations of the president
    One of my greatest failings as President of the United States (POTUS), would be fulfilling the symbolic obligations that have come to be the standard measurement we use to judge the men that have occupied the office since it was determined that...
  • Stop the KXL pipeline
    Stop the KXL pipeline once and for all!
    Big Oil’s congressional friend$ (no typo here) are trying really hard to push a bill through Congress, forcing the approval of the dirty, disgusting, dangerous, and disastrous Keystone XL pipeline (KXL). The idea of KXL is disrespectful to...
  • Ten Best Presidents
    Greatness is achieved by effective leadership
    Politics has always been a full-contact sport and it is easy to see that one can become very beat-up and abused for standing on principle, particularly by the media. History has never been defined by great procrastinators or by great moderates...