U.S. Politics

Chris Christie Wants to Track Immigrants Like Packages

Chris Christie the Republican Governor of New Jersey and a GOP presidential candidate said he would install a tracking system similar to FedEx to combat illegal migration. Christie, who is far back amongst the 17 Republican presidential candidates told a crowd at his campaign event in New Hampshire that he would ask CEO Fred Smith […]

President Obama Gives Joe Biden His Blessing for Bid in 2016

Vice President Joseph Biden received the blessing of President Barack Obama to make a bid of the White House in 2016, according to one senior Democrat. However, that all depends on if Biden will choose to run. While he does not need the permission of the President, a potential presidential candidacy was one of the […]

Joseph Biden Meets with Elizabeth Warren, Prompts Speculation

Joseph Biden the Vice President huddled Saturday with Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts who is a rising star amongst liberals who has yet to endorse any of the candidates for the Democrats in the presidential race of 2016. The meeting was impromptu and came as speculation has mounted over the own potential candidacy of Biden. […]

Trumps Says Real Unemployment Rate is 42%

Every first Friday of the month, a report is released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on the monthly job totals in the U.S. and the unemployment rate in the country. In its report of August 7 the unemployment rate was 5.3%, which is the lowest in over 7 years and nearly half of its […]

Jeb Bush Talks Up Veterans Policy in South Carolina

If Jeb Bush is elected as the president he would push for privatization of more healthcare for veterans, trim the Department of Veterans Affairs size  and make it easier to fire employees that are lower-level who treat veterans improperly. The presidential candidate from the Republican Party unveiled his ideas for a healthcare plan for veterans […]

Activists Bring Jeb Bust Town Hall Meeting to an End

Demonstrators from Black Lives Matter interrupted an event of Jeb Bush in Las Vegas Wednesday, putting an end to the presidential candidate’s version of a town hall meeting. As the Republican was busy wrapping up a session of questions and answers, the activists entered the town hall meeting with their fists raised and chanting black […]

Report: Rick Perry Not Able to Pay Staff on Presidential Campaign

Rick Perry one of the Republican presidential candidates has stopped paying campaign staffers, a number of media outlets reported, saying the operations of the former of governor of Texas are beginning to run out of money. Citing campaign as well as officials from a super PAC, a national newspaper said that fundraising for the presidential […]

Top Adviser Leaves Trump Campaign

A major political strategist for the Donald Trump GOP Presidential campaign has severed his relationship with the campaign. Roger Stone will no longer aide the outspoken billionaire businessmen’s quest to reach the White House, according to an international news agency. Reports on Saturday were conflicting over whether the departure of Stone was a resignation or […]

Rowdy First Debate Dominated by Donald Trump

Donald Trump was the dominate player in the first Republican debate held in Cleveland on Thursday night. His performance could be described as volatile, pugnacious and like always controversial. Trump showed he could receive a punch, facing many tough questions from the moderators on Fox News that cited his outlandish comments and his business history. […]

Sanders Lobbies for Endorsement from AFL-CIO

Citing his long record in the legislature and the improving opinion polls, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders told AFL-CIO leaders on Wednesday that he was the best equipped candidate to advance the benefits and rights of organized labor. Although no mention of rivals came up, Sanders, who is one of many candidates to address the executive […]