Tag Archives: Election

Can’t afford Hillary’s speaking fee? Chelsea’s a cheap date!

A new report out today highlights the incredible money-making machine the Clintons created for themselves in recent years. According to a report in the Washington Post this morning by Philip Rucker and Rosalind Helderman, the University of Missouri was hoping to snag Hillary Clinton as a speaker at the grand opening of their Women’s Hall of Fame. However, they found ... Read More »

Pawn Stars’ Rick Harrison jumps on the Marco Rubio bandwagon

Rick Harrison, the star of the wildly popular History Channel reality show Pawn Stars, has made his choice for President for 2016: Florida Senator Marco Rubio. Harrison actually voiced his support for Rubio on his pawn shop’s Facebook page in April, and since then, has held fundraisers in Las Vegas on his behalf. Now, Harrison has penned a fundraising email ... Read More »

Young Republicans Deploy for Louisiana Run-Offs

    Many Republicans are still celebrating their overwhelming midterm victory from the beginning of November. But not every seat has been decided. In Louisiana, the senate race and two house seats turned into run-offs to be be decided next month. Run-off elections face more than just an opposition candidate, they battle against voter fatigue and holiday schedules. To help ... Read More »

The Do’s and Don’ts of a Patriotic Election Day

My good friend  and  editor of America’s Future Foundation’s blog, Alyssa Canobbio recently posted a succinct and timely Facebook update, reminding her friends of voting etiquette. This piece is built off of her short update, because sometimes we all need a little refresher on what to do and not do in the polling booth. So here are your Do’s and Don’ts so ... Read More »

The Democrat’s RACISM rears it’s ugly head

It’s never easy to be on a losing team. Sometimes, the feeling of the world being against you brings out the worst in people. It is particularly true in politics. Campaigns tend to dig into the nastier side of human nature when victory appears to be slipping away. And that’s what we’re seeing from the Democrats in the last few ... Read More »

Worst Ads from 2014 Midterms

Its that time of the season, when every other television ad is a vicious personal attack from your local politician topped off with the obligatory “I approve this message”. We have picked a handful of the weirdest and worst ads of the last campaign seasons for your viewing pleasure. 1) Totally Inappropriate: This ad incorporated images of James Foley’s executioner ... Read More »

The White House & Alphabet Soup Politics

X, Y, Z… its apparently all the same to the White House and the Council of Economic Advisers. Last week, they tried to reach out to Millennial voters with an email making references that would appeal to Gen Xers and an infographic that would be insulting to most 6th graders in Generation Z. We all know, if Democrats could persuade ... Read More »

62.7% of U.S. Casualties in Afghanistan Have Occurred Since 2009

Since the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in late 2001 to overthrow the Taliban regime and prevent al Qaeda from using the country as a sanctuary, Afghanistan has had three presidential elections.

Hamid Karzai was elected in the first two, held on Oct. 9, 2004 and Aug. 20, 2009, and was ineligible to run for a third term in the presidential election held on Saturday...

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