Monthly Archives: August 2012

Jeb Bush and the future of the GOP


The former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush was speaking the truth about the future of the GOP. He believes the party must invite other minorities into the party platform and Mr. Jeb Bush also believes in raising taxes on the rich to help pay down our physical debt. Jeb Bush […]

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Tropical Storm Isaac could be a major problem for the GOP


Tropical Storm Isaac will make a presents at the Republican National Convention this coming weekend. With a very conservative platform, including the extreme toxic subject of abortion, was thought to be the only significant storm brewing in Florida. With these two storms meeting in Florida, only time will tell to […]

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Rep. Todd Akin Remains in Race, he’ll be a problem for the Romney/Ryan campaign


Congressman from Missouri Todd Akin decides to stay in the Senate race after harsh words about women who calm rape. Although Paul Ryan and Todd Akin co-hosted legislation to change the definition of rape, Ryan called on Todd to dropout of the race. Because of this radial bill and Todd […]

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Federal Judge in Florida rejects Republicans early voting law


Good news for the citizens of Florida, a federal judge rejected early voting changes. This will allow everyone the right to vote if they want to. The Republican Party can’t be taken seriously, trying to take away the vote is truly un-American. Plain and simple Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, […]

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Government Officials and Activists Discuss the Housing Crisis


The Center for American Progress and the National Council of La Raza hold a discussion on the housing crisis and how the 2012 presidential candidates plan to address it.

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Pennsylvania judge won’t block voter ID law


A Pennsylvania judge refuses to throw-out the voter ID law that will not allow millions of Pennsylvanians to vote this coming election. The judge is Republican leaning and believe that only the select few should have the right to vote. This is a dangerous process because it under minds our […]

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The GOP believes bashing California is a winning message in the 2012 campaign


California is called the Golden State for a reason. California is known for surfing, movies, culture, great weather, Silicon Valley, entrepreneurship and more. Nonetheless, the GOP is using California as the blueprint for what is wrong with government; big social programs with out of control spending. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney […]

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How Paul Ryan has changed the 2012 presidential campaign


The Romney campaign has thrown a curve ball and selected Congressman Paul Ryan as his Vice President pick. This was a very dangerous choice. Paul Ryan is the poster child of what is wrong with Washington DC, the Romney campaign team must not know the 112th Congress (controlled by Republicans) […]

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Does news Priorities USA attack on Mitt Romney take things too far?


A Democrat supporting super PAC Priorities USA bought $20 million in air-time in swing states. Priorities USA chose to run an ad with a person claiming Mitt Romney was responsible for his family health problems because of shutting down his plant, causing for his family to lose their insurance. His […]

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The impact of Papa John’s decision not to give its workers healthcare coverage


Another popular restaurant chain has decided to put politics over what is best for their business. First, it was Chick-Fil-A CEO supporting Republican policies against same-sex marriage, now it’s the CEO of Papa Johns John Schnatter against the Healthcare bill quoted by him as “Obamacare.” He promised his customers, if […]

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Adm. William Fallon Discusses U.S. Policy in Middle East


This is one of humanity best accomplishments ever, landing a one ton rover machine on Mar. Our dream of deep space exploration is still alive with this successful landing. Curiosity, the rover name, will search out life or evidence of past life. NASA officials spoke to reporters and answered questions […]

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4. James Madison


James Madison was the fourth president of the United States, father of the Constitution, 5th Secretary of State, and champion and author of the Bill of Rights. James Madison was born in Virginia in 1751. When he was of age, he inherited hundreds of slaves from his father who was […]

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Senate Finance Cmte. Marks Up Tax Extender Legislation


The Senate Finance Committee meets to consider legislation dealing with a number of short-term tax breaks known as tax extenders. The legislation includes an extension for the research and development tax credit, deals with the Alternative Minimum Tax and reportedly ends breaks for expensing and traditional ethanol among others. The […]

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News polls show Obama with a lead on Romney when it comes to the economy


New polls that came out this week shows a surprising twist in the argument for who is best for the economy. Mitt Romney only route to the White House is his business experience, but the public is starting to doubt this is his strong point against Obama. Month by month, […]

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