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Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) may have the potential to harness youth support, frustrated Democrats, libertarians and harsh fiscal conservatives if he runs for President in 2016. But already there are well-heeled forces working to preemptively quash a potential Paul Presidency.
Fearing dents in their bottom lines, several tech giants reportedly agreed not to lure employees away from each other with the promise of higher salaries. Much like in professional sports, salaries were skyrocketing.
This article, written by Josh Peterson, appeared on Watchdog.org on March 31. More than 43,000 people are petitioning Congress to permanently ban taxes on Internet access. Governments, like businesses, see the Internet as a revenue source. Several bills would place a permanent ban on Internet access taxes. As of early Monday afternoon, 43,646 had signed […]
Last week, Congress overwhelmingly passed a bill approving a billion dollars in aid to Ukraine and more sanctions on Russia. The bill will likely receive the President’s signature within days. If you think this is the last time U.S. citizens will have their money sent to Ukraine, you should think again. This is only the […]
If Americans could restore their power over so-called elected representatives, this could cut out the smoke and mirrors of politics. Let’s try to reverse all the perks that our “elected representatives” have bestowed upon themselves. To do this we must first turn back the clock to see when and how Republicanism died.
Recent polling indicates that half of Americans, especially those who grew up under Cold War tensions, believe that the United States is facing a similar standoff with Russia today.
What’s going to be on the agenda in Washington this week? The topics discussed on the Sunday political talk shows often serve as an indicator of the hot topics to come. Here’s what was discussed yesterday.
To every observer but the Senate Majority Leader himself, last week was a bad one for Harry Reid (D-Nev.). For starters, he had some family-related gaffes to deal with. Then, he insulted Americans in general and seniors in particular. Finally, he denied he said something that we all know he said.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has been sending signals in recent weeks that he is getting serious about a potential 2016 Presidential bid, the most recent of which is a web ad featuring an inspiring message from the lawmaker. “We can either choose to keep our head down, and not rock the boat, to not stand […]
Webster’s defines “deadline” as “the latest time by which something must be done or completed.” What part of that does President Barack Obama not understand? This week, he extended yet another Obamacare deadline — and then he had the unmitigated gall to claim he hadn’t.