Republican crusade against income inequality

Truth or just hype for next years election? As election time grows near, the major parties are reading their campaign slogans and are hard at work at the political game. One of the most interesting developments of the early race is the willingness of the GOP to review the great disparity that there is between […]

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With Blabber Mouths Like These Who Needs Spies?

Remember a fellow by the name of Edward Snowden? He revealed NSA intrusions into phone communications a year and a half ago and has been on the lam ever since taking him on a tour to Hong Kong, Russia and other exotic destinations seeking asylum. Now comes Senator Diane Feinstein (D-Ca), chair of the Senate […]

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Violent Crime in U.S. is down and other reports from Ferguson, MO

Violent Crime in the U.S. is down and other reports from Ferguson, MO Violent crime in the United States, including murders, fell 4.4 percent in 2013 to its lowest level since the 1970s, extending the downward trend of several decades, said Monday FBI. The annual report on crime in the agency of the law showed that […]

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Obama’s Benghazi Story was “Flawed”

For days following the September 2011, Benghazi attack, President Barack Obama and his spokespeople insisted that the attack was not terrorism. Instead, they chose to mislead voters with twisted facts and created a tale that put the blame on a novice, American filmmaker. At that time, Obama, Ambassador Susan Rice and others repeated the false […]

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Obama to Announce Illegal Immigration Plan, Boehner Discourages Executive Action

President Barack Obama will announce his plans to address illegal immigration during an online livecast from the White House November 20. Obama will reportedly take executive actions to allow as many as 5 million people to avoid deportation and make them eligible for work permits. “What I’m going to be laying out is the things […]

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