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Did Hillary Clinton Really Pay Women much Less while in the US Senate?

If there’s one thing that will never hit a shortage, it’s the number of attacks that organizations will levy on candidates they don’t like. Forget the candidates themselves during the campaigns; sometimes the most influential accusations are made by interested parties who aren’t even part of the campaigns. Remember swift boats?

Sebelius and 7 Seconds of Dead Air in Interview Make for Awkward Obamacare Moment

We try to stay away from petty nuances and gaffes and focus on the heart of the various issues that concern the country, the world, and the citizens affected by them. In the case of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and the interview she had just prior to the Obamacare deadline in March, we had to focus on …

Joe Biden Calls for a New World Order

Was it just a matter of “Joe being Joe,” saying something that everyone outside of Joe Biden knows would stir up conspiracy theories? Was it something deeper, a slip of something that he knows is real but isn’t supposed to talk about? Was it even deeper than that – a deliberate use of the term to get people riled up …

Obama had an Opportunity to Close the Fiscal Cliff Deal by Showing a Little Class

When President Barack Obama came on stage to discuss the state of the bi-partisan deal to avoid the Jan 1, 2013 fiscal cliff, I was extremely hopeful. There were reports early Dec 31 that a deal was at and I was prepared to hear the President discuss some of the details and commend Congress for their hard work on putting …

If Camp FEMA is Partially True, We’re All in Big Trouble

As conspiracy theories go, the concept of FEMA camps being set up for impending doom in the country may be the most realistic as well as potentially very sinister. This film looks back at history, explores what is happening today, and branches forth into potential disaster in the future. As the country sits in the crosshairs of looming dangers, can …

Obama Wanted to Reduce Interest Paid on Federal Debt

The challenges facing Barack Obama were apparent before he took office. A month into his term, he acknowledged that the problems needed to be addressed immediately and stated that he wanted to halt the growth of the national debt, including reductions of the $250 billion in interest that were paid towards it the year before. Since then, the numbers have …

Democratic National Committee Invokes John McCain to Attack Romney’s Olympic Record

When an enemy attacks a candidate, it can be dismissed as biased. When someone on the same side of the fence challenges the decisions of a candidate, it’s newsworthy. That’s the hope of the Democratic National Committee who released their first advertisement of the election season. In it, they negatively depict one of the aspects of Romney’s past that the …

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Mitt Romney is not a Conservative

American politicians are supposed to be guided by the will of the people through an electorate that decides who will best represent their goals and fill the needs required of office. It can be said that going with what the people want is an asset and should be considered a strength. There are times, however, when personal passion and unwavering …