Tag Archives: Presidential Election

Rand Paul to Shelf Decision on 2016 Presidential Bid Until After Mid-Terms

Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday he will not decide whether to run for president until after the mid-term elections, noting he still has to poll his family before he builds on straw poll victories and launches an earnest bid.

In a wide-ranging interview with ABC’s Jonathan Karl, the Kentucky Republican said the GOP needs to “evolve, change and grow” if it wants to win again, and that he wants to be a part of that...

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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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Scott Walker is the next target of the MSM knockout game

Having successfully demonized Chris Christie over the closure of traffic lanes on a bridge, the leftist mainstream media are now targeting Scott Walker, another very promising potential GOP candidate for president.  All of this in the context media downplaying and outright ignoring revelations of lies under oath in a scandal that cost four American lives including an ambassador that reflects badly on Hillary Clinton...

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Meet Keith Judd, The Man Who Will Take Down Obama—From Behind Bars!

In December of 2013, Judd was mysteriously moved from a federal prison in Texas to  the infamous Federal Transfer Center in Oklahoma City. This is the same prison that Kenneth Trentadue, the Oklahoma City bombing John Doe #2 lookalike, was murdered in.

And this is just one in a string of suspicious deaths associated with the Federal Transfer Center...

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