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House Speaker Paul Ryan
Last week, in an effort to make changes to the U.S. healthcare system, the House Republicans managed to persuade some hold-outs to pass a self-titled Obamacare repeal bill called the American Health Care Act (AHCA). With the legislation focused heavily on banning funding for abortion, adding billions in funding for subsidies to off-set those removed,
Jill Stein Recount - 2016 Election
In an effort being lead by Jill Stein, the Green Party’s 2016 presidential candidate, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan could all be asked to recount the votes from 2016 election. The process is expected to take a long time (even longer since Stein has requested hand-counting each vote), and there is some potential that the recounts may
Early Election Map NY Times - 11082016
The NY Times may not be the high quality news organization it once was, but they have totally tapped into my Dominos-Pizza-Tracker-Lover self with their LIVE Presidential Forecast dashboard. It’s geeky and very cool! Click here for the state of Florida Obviously, the tracking will get better as more results come in. But you can
Time Magazine Election 2016 Cover - The End Is Near
First of all, I hope everyone has a safe Election Day. Now… On to my 2016 Presidential Election Prediction! In my final review of the polling data and national trends, I think this has shaped up to be an even closer election than many anticipated. Unlike Brexit, the voting habits of people from different states,
EpiPen - Government Reform
Health care is an area where the American people have been subjected to horrible price gouging as a result of bad laws. The EpiPen debacle is one example how a corrupt legislative process has made a few people very rich at the expense of millions of American taxpayers. Basically, Mylan bought up the patent on
Roque de la Fuente - 2016 Presidential Campaign
The Reform Party has officially nominated Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente as its presidential candidate for the 2016 election. A first generation American, Roque de la Fuente, known as “Rocky,” was born on October 10, 1954, at Mercy Hospital in San Diego, California. He is an American businessman who owns several auto-dealerships and currency exchanges.
Battleground State Ad Spending - Election 2016
At this early stage, political ad spending by the Clinton and Trump campaign’s is telling us a great deal, especially when we feed it into what we generally know about the election to date. Let’s take a look at some of the data. A recent Quinnipiac Poll has Trump ahead of Clinton by 2 points in
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe - Inside Government Photo
Several days ago, CNN was first to report that Virginia’s Governor, Terry McAuliffe, is under investigation for accepting illegal campaign contributions. The heart of the allegation according to sources close to the investigation (but by no means the only issue being investigated) is a $120,000 donation from a Chinese businessman, Wang Wenliang. Wenliang, who has served
President Obama, as well as congressional Democrats and Republicans, are trying to show the American people they take the nation’s financial health seriously. So much so, they are scrambling to reach an agreement on raising the nation’s debt ceiling — the legal limit that Congress may owe — by August 2. Of course, let’s not
White House Twitter Forum - July 2011
Yesterday, President Obama’s first-ever presidential forum using Twitter generated substantial media buzz. However the event itself largely failed to deliver any tangible benefits, and ultimately was not an example of what social media can do to provide open and better government. President Obama during the first Twitter Town Hall. White House Photo. Here are some observations: 1) Drew

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