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  • Republicans refuse to look over Obama's budget despite falling deficit
    Republicans refuse to look over Obama's budget despite falling deficit
    Yesterday (Feb. 9), President Obama formally submitted his final budget of his presidency. In a bold move, Republicans in both the House and Senate on the budget committee have refused to acknowledge the President's budget and will not hold a...
  • A.G. Loretta Lynch pressured to step aside in Hillary email investigation
    A.G. Loretta Lynch pressured to step aside in Hillary email investigation
    Those Americans who have been watching the evolution of the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s top secret emails on her private server have wondered what the Department of Justice (DOJ) will do if the investigative agency...
  • The Republican Obama:  Marco Rubio
    The Republican Obama: Marco Rubio
    An article on Yahoo News emerged entitled, “Rubio’s rise and the end of the Bush dynasty” makes for very compelling arguments for voters to examine various views brought forth by the media (including social media) regarding two...
  • Bevin
    NH GOP FITN Town Hall: ‘United we stand. Divided we fall’
    Yesterday the New Hampshire Republican Party continued their First In The Nation Town Hall (FITN) event with various speakers and Presidential candidates. Senator Kelly Ayotte spoke along with Representative Frank Guinta. Scott Brown also made an...
  • Socialist Treadmill
    Difference between socialist and Democrat is zero
    In a recent MSNBC interview Chris Matthews asked Democratic Party Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton "What’s the difference between a socialist and a Democrat?" According to a Fox News article reporting on the MSNBC exchange...
  • Lindsey Graham
    Lindsey Graham: Electing Trump or Cruz is a choice of being 'shot or poisoned'
    Lindsey Graham is speaking his mind. Senator Graham rolled out a rather obtusechoice for voters: Would you prefer being shot or poisoned? The Republican senator from South Carolina, who dropped out of the presidential race in December, did not...
  • Wild horses
    Republicans betray their conservation-pioneer forefathers
    Right now, America's beloved wild horses, iconic bison, wolves, prairie dogs, pronghorn antelope, sage grouse and countless other iconic species, and our priceless, vanishing wild places, are undergoing the ultimate betrayal; the very party...
  • Trump continues to draw supporters.
    Presidential eligibility now an issue for Republicans, namely Ted Cruz
    The Iowa caucus is just a month away, and billionaire Republican populist Donald Trump continues to dog Ted Cruz, the GOP's frontrunner in terms of polling in Iowa, with questions about his eligibility for the Presidency. At a Jan 10 event...
  • Poll finds belief in climate change depends on political affiliation
    Poll finds belief in climate change depends on political affiliation
    A poll released Tuesday shows that a majority of Americans believe climate change is real. Digging deeper, however, belief in climate change and the need to deal with it differs based on political affiliation. The Monmouth University poll found...
  • Republican rhetoric does not match actual executive orders on gun violence
    Republican rhetoric does not match actual executive orders on gun violence
    Tuesday, President Barack Obama gave an emotional address in the White House announcing a series of executive orders to tighten enforcement of existing laws on gun sales. Before the president spoke, Republicans were blasting him. After the address...
  • How the Party of Lincoln became the Party of Trump
    How the Party of Lincoln became the Party of Trump
    It’s New Year’s Eve and 2015 about to make way for 2016. This year will go down in history for many things: Congress finally passed both a long-term highway bill and a budget; marriage equality became the law of the land; SCOTUS...
  • How Trump stole Christmas
    How Trump stole Christmas
    On Christmas Eve last year had anyone predicted that Donald Trump would be the Republican front-runner and likely nominee, they would have been accused of drinking too much spiked egg nog. Names like Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush were being tossed...
  • Jesse Ventura
    Jesse Ventura destroys Dick Cheney, he 'should be prosecuted for murder'
    Not everyone is pleased to hear that Dick Cheney had a bust unveiled in Washington earlier this month. Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura was informed of the Cheney statue, and didn't hold back his very candid opinion.After serving for eight...
  • Republican Candidates
    Thirty percent of Republicans support bombing Agrabah
    A recent nationwide poll conduct by Public Policy Polling found that 30% of the Republicans surveyed and 19% of the Democrats surveyed replied that they “Support bombing Agrabah.” Now it isn’t surprising that more Republicans...
  • Vladimir Putin glows in his remarks on Donald Trump
    Vladimir Putin glows in his remarks on Donald Trump
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has put in his two cents worth on the Republican presidential race. With an enthusiastic voice, he hailed Donald Trump as the “absolute leader” in the U.S. presidential contest Thursday He praised Trump...
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