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Rand Paul: Republicans Need To Appeal to More Minorities

While traveling through southern California during a campaign trip, Rand Paul the Republican Senator called on the GOP to broaden outreach to minorities whom he beleives would help propel his party to more victories across the nation. While he set the positive message forward to his party, which has been struggling across California, the senator […]

Resolution for Bibles Inside Public Schools Passed by GOP

The Republican Party in Idaho wants the public schools to have the option of including Bible in their curriculum. That is what the contents of a resolution that the party passed during a summer meeting say. The Executive Director of the Republican Party David Johnston said the Bible would be used in a number of […]

Jeb Bush Promoting Trade between U.S. and Europe

Jeb Bush is starting a trip through Eastern Europe for five days on Tuesday and is planning to use a speech on Tuesday in Berlin to promote trade ties between the U.S. and Europe. At the same time, he will use the time to criticize Vladimir Putin the Russian President over his aggression in Ukraine. […]

Obama-Biden Relationship in Full Display at Funeral Service

There are few relationships in the nation’s capitol as complex as that of the president and the vice president, which is a partnership that is forged by political necessity and defined often by competing self-interests and rivalry. For President Barack Obama and his Vice President Joseph Biden, there has been some trying moments since the […]

Government in U.S. Hacked, Feds Believe China Behind Attack

Four million former and current federal employees for close to every government agency might have had personal information stolen by hackers from China, said federal investigators. Officials in the U.S. believe this could be the largest ever breach of the computer networks of the government. China called the U.S. allegation irresponsible. The Office for Personal […]

Bobby Jindal Will Make Presidential Announcement June 24

Bobby Jindal the conservative Republican Governor of Louisiana said Wednesday that he would announce in New Orleans on June 24 if he would join an already large field of fellow GOP members running for president. He said that if he decides to announce on that date that he would seek the GOP nomination for the […]

Paul Battling Critics While NSA Program for Data Collection Expires

Democrats and Republicans engaged in a strong round of pointing fingers on Monday after inaction by the Senate led to key programs in counterterrorism expiring. Included in those programs was the National Security Agency’s bulk data collection of phone records of Americans. Taking a great deal of the heat was Senator Rand Paul a Republican […]

Obama Saying Only a Few Senators Are Blocking Surveillance Reform

President Barack Obama gave a warning on Friday that surveillance powers that are used to prevent Americans from being attacked could lapse Sunday at midnight unless a few senators stop preventing reform of the legislation. Obama said he told Mitch McConnell the Majority Leader of the Senate and a few other senators that he is […]

George Pataki Running for GOP Presidential Nomination

George Pataki the former three-term New York Governor declared on Thursday he would run for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination joining a crowded group of GOP candidates. Pataki is a centrist who was in charge of a state that is heavily Democratic. In a Thursday morning YouTube video, Pataki refers to the accomplishments he had […]

Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick Running for Senate Against John McCain

As popular Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona, seeks his sixth term, a potential opponent emerged on Tuesday after Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, a lawmaker of three terms entered the Senate race. Kirkpatrick said that in Arizona people tell it straight and lets get to it. She made that statement during an announcement of her […]