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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Same-Sex Marriage

The U.S. Supreme Court heard historic arguments starting Tuesday on the right of lesbian and gay couples to marry. Justice Anthony Kennedy, a conservative, is seen as having a pivotal vote on the issue. He said marriage has been understood as being one male and one female for a very long time. He added that […]

Iowans Listen to Field of Candidates from GOP

Christian conservative voters are pleased to find nearly too many options from the GOP. That myriad of choices is a wonder dilemma said voters on Saturday in Iowa and was on display as hopefuls from the GOP attempted woo evangelicals through remarks that emphasized freedom of religion and opposition to same-sex marriage. Nine who have […]

Boehner Says House Could Subpoena Server of Clinton Email

John Boehner the Speaker of the House said during an interview recently published that the U.S. House of Representatives might subpoena the server for the personal email of Hillary Clinton if she were not to turn it over for examination by a third party. The Republican from Ohio said Clinton violated the law and the […]

DEA Chief Stepping Down Following Controversy Over Sex Parties

On Tuesday, the Department of Justice announced that that Michele Leonhart the embattled chief of the Drug Enforcement Agency would step down, following the controversy over DEA agents attending sex parties. The DEA agents had been stationed overseas. The news of Leonhart’s departure came following a series of episodes where she found herself at odd […]

Lindsey Graham Almost Sure He Will Run

Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina said he was 91% sure, he would enter the race for the White House. The only question remaining is whether he could raise the needed money. He believes he has been right more often than wrong on foreign policy, is a problem solver and has something, he can offer […]

Obama Will Sign Measure Allowing Iran Deal to Be Reviewed

United States President Barack Obama announced on Friday a measure allowing the U.S. Congress to review a deal that concerns the nuclear program of Iran was a compromise he had planned to sign and expressed confidence it would not do anything to derail discussions with Tehran. In a news conference at the White House Obama […]

Clinton Hands Out Big Endorsement to Warren

Hillary Clinton made a big endorsement of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s work to tamp down on the irresponsible risks being taken on Wall Street in an article in Time magazine on Thursday. Clinton wrote that Warren never hesitates to attempt to maintain control over even the most powerful people from bankers, to lobbyists, to senior officials […]

Marco Rubio Loses Clout with Hispanics But Enters 2016 Race

Marco Rubio the U.S. Senator from Florida who announced  he would run for president, will hit the campaign trail with his onetime strong hold on Hispanic voters slipping away, say political observers. It is an important demographic for Rubio and Jeb Bush a fellow Floridian will be fighting for in the GOP primaries. Winning the […]

President Obama Says Talks Were Fruitful and Candid with Raul Castro

United States President Barack Obama arrived back in the U.S. late Saturday just a few hours after having a face to face historic meeting with Raul Castro the President of Cuba and a first meeting ever with Nicolas Maduro the President of Venezuela. The historic meetings took place in Panama during the Summit of the […]

Hillary Clinton Expected to Announce Presidential Bid on Sunday

On Sunday, via a social media video message, Hillary Clinton is expected to launch here candidacy for the Democratic Presidential nomination, said a person close to the situation. She will then travel to states that are early voting such as Iowa and New Hampshire with the intention of making her case to the voter. The […]