Three independent candidates for US President

The U.S. elections feature the two major political parties: the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. Besides these two, there are other parties dubbed “Third Parties” due to their minority standing. Independent candidates are those who run for president without any formal…

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Scots Angry over Trump’s View of Brexit

The controversial US presidential candidate Donald Trump was expecting a warm welcome in Scotland when he visited to officiate the grand opening of his new Trump Turnberry golf resort. To his surprise, he was greeted by an angry mob of protesters with golf balls that were embellished with Swastikas.…

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What is Trump's stance on combating terrorism?

Donald Trump remains the most polarizing and flagrant political figure possibly in the history of politics, and has continued to do no different. When it comes to combating terrorism, these traits continue to further manifest. Trump was quoted in 2015 saying “The other thing with the…

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Revealing Info on How the Clinton's Made Their Money

On May 17, 2016, the personal financial disclosure of Hillary Clinton revealed that she earned over $5 million in royalties from a 2014 memoir and around $1.5 million for her speeches in 2015. Mrs. Clinton's camp decided to reveal info on how her family made their money to stand in good stead…

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Trump refuses to act presidential

Donald Trump has fashioned a successful primary campaign on brashness in regards to both policies and personal attacks on his opponents. As it now appears that Trump will be the Republican nominee heading into November, those within the party have been hoping he will scale back on this style to…

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Do Cruz and Kasich have a pact?

Once the Republican primary field was decided to be three candidates, it became apparent that Donald Trump was the only one who could get the 1,237 delegates needed for the nomination. So why would other candidates stay in? Essentially, because Donald Trump is an outsider candidate, those within the…

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Trump says GOP rules are unfair

This primary season has received a great deal of attention, and with it, the various ways states handle their delegates has received a lot more press. In particular, Colorado saw Ted Cruz beat Donald Trump strongly, collecting all 34 delegates. However, this was not a typical primary election. Last…

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Clinton's views on gender equal pay

The Gender Pay Gap in America continues to be a hot button issue, particularly with this year’s Presidential election potentially having a woman candidate. The statistics do not lie: on average, women earn approximately 76 cents for each dollar earned by men in a similar job position. Over…

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Trump retracts his promise to prosecute women who have illegal abortions

Donald Trump has seemingly been bulletproof during this primary season. Statements made on the campaign trail that would seemingly sink any other candidate have only served to boost Trump, as he cultivates an image of a anti-politician who says what he feels and does not measure responses to gain…

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Who Is George Pataki?

Early Life Born on June 24, 1945, in Peekskill, New York, George Elmer Pataki was the 53rd Governor of New York State. He served as Governor from 1995 to 2006. His grandfather, John Pataki, was Hungarian-born and came to the United States in 1908. His father, Louis P. Pataki was a mailman, and his…

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Who Is Lindsey Olin Graham?

Early Life Born on July 9, 1955 in central South Carolina, United States Senator Lindsey Olin Graham is a GOP hopeful in the 2016 election. Graham graduated from the University of South Carolina and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina School of Law. His parents both…

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Who Is Chris Christie?

Early Life Born on September 6, 1962, in Newark, New Jersey, Chris Christie is the Republican governor of New Jersey. His father, Bill Christie, was Irish and his mother, Sondra Christie, was Sicilian. They raised Christie in nearby Livingston, New Jersey. Chris Christie graduated from the…

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Who Is Lincoln Chafee?

Early Life Born on March 26, 1953, Democratic presidential hopeful Lincoln Davenport Chafee has been a Republican throughout most of his life. His lineage is one of glorious GOP tradition and history. His father, great-great-grandfather, and great-great-uncle have all been distinguished Republican…

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Who Is Ted Cruz?

An Ultra Conservative Lineage Lifelong ultraconservative Ted Cruz was born on December 22, 1970, and grew up in Texas. His conservative views have originated primarily from his family. His father Rafael and mother Eleanor split up because of his father’s newfound apathy toward religion. They…

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Who Is Rick Perry?

Early Life Born on March 4, 1950 in a small Texas community, Rick Perry is a former Democrat turned Republican political leader. His parents were ranchers. His father, Joseph Ray Perry, also served as the Haskell County commissioner for years, so Perry learned politics at home. His leadership…

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Who Is Marco Rubio?

Early Life Junior U.S. Senator and Republican Marco Rubio was born to Cuban immigrant parents in Miami in 1971. He was one of four children. He was a top football player in high school, managing to land a scholarship to Tarkio College in Missouri. After a year, he enrolled at Santa Fe Community…

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Who is Rick Santorum?

Early Life Attorney and Republican Party politician Rick Santorum was born on May 10, 1958, in Winchester, Virginia and grew up in the suburbs outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was psychologist Aldo and Nurse Catherine Santorum’s second child, both of whom were Italian immigrants. He…

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Who Is Hillary Clinton?

Early Life Born in Chicago on October 26, 1947, Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton started life as a Republican. She actively campaigned for Republican presidential hopeful Barry Goldwater in 1964. Young Hillary became inspired to participate in public service after attending a speech by Martin Luther…

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Who Is Jeb Bush?

Who is JEB? With the announcement of his presidential bid, John Ellis Bush has become the third member of his family to run for the highest office of the nation. His nickname is actually derived from the initials of his name J.E.B. Born in 1953, former Florida governor Jeb Bush is the son of 41st…

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John Kelly Gives Omarosa Manigault Limited Access to the White House

Omarosa Manigault is well-known as one of Donald Trump's chief advisors. Sources from The Daily Beast revealed that John Kelly, who since July this year works in one of the high-rank job positions in the White House, is trying to hamper Manigault's specific contact to the head of state.…

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Trump's Gun Rights Comments May Be His Downfall
Trump's Gun Rights Comments May Be His Downfall
The US Republican Party presidential hopeful for the November 2016 elections, Donald Trump, may have bitten off more than he can chew. The Republican nominee at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, while addressing a crowd of his supporters, said that Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee wants…
Warren Joins Clinton in Ohio Campaign
Warren Joins Clinton in Ohio Campaign
Those who had hesitations as to whether the team of Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren would work had their taste of ‘egg-on-face’ when the two Democratic politicians took the center stage side-by-side last June 27. This was the first appearance of Clinton and Warren together since the…
Sanders Sides with Clinton
Sanders Sides with Clinton
The two Democratic Party presidential aspirants, Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, are currently competing fiercely against each other to become the party’s flag bearer in the coming general elections that are just around the corner. Despite the fact that Clinton has emerged the winner in…
Clinton Speaks to Detroit Union Workers
Clinton Speaks to Detroit Union Workers
Hillary Clinton attended the Service Employees International Union convention at Cobo Center, where she put an emphasis on how a Donald Trump can ruin the economy. The former first lady, now the Democratic presidential front-runner, stated that Trump's plans for the economy are likely to result…
Three independent candidates for US President

Three independent candidates for US President

The U.S. elections feature the two major political parties: the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. Besides these two, there are other parties dubbed “Third Parties” due to their minority standing. Independent candidates are those who run for president without any formal…

Scots Angry over Trump’s View of Brexit

Scots Angry over Trump’s View of Brexit

The controversial US presidential candidate Donald Trump was expecting a warm welcome in Scotland when he visited to officiate the grand opening of his new Trump Turnberry golf resort. To his surprise, he was greeted by an angry mob of protesters with golf balls that were embellished with Swastikas.…

What is Trump's stance on combating terrorism?

What is Trump's stance on combating terrorism?

Donald Trump remains the most polarizing and flagrant political figure possibly in the history of politics, and has continued to do no different. When it comes to combating terrorism, these traits continue to further manifest. Trump was quoted in 2015 saying “The other thing with the…

Revealing Info on How the Clinton's Made Their Money

Revealing Info on How the Clinton's Made Their Money

On May 17, 2016, the personal financial disclosure of Hillary Clinton revealed that she earned over $5 million in royalties from a 2014 memoir and around $1.5 million for her speeches in 2015. Mrs. Clinton's camp decided to reveal info on how her family made their money to stand in good stead…

Trump refuses to act presidential

Trump refuses to act presidential

Donald Trump has fashioned a successful primary campaign on brashness in regards to both policies and personal attacks on his opponents. As it now appears that Trump will be the Republican nominee heading into November, those within the party have been hoping he will scale back on this style to…

Do Cruz and Kasich have a pact?

Do Cruz and Kasich have a pact?

Once the Republican primary field was decided to be three candidates, it became apparent that Donald Trump was the only one who could get the 1,237 delegates needed for the nomination. So why would other candidates stay in? Essentially, because Donald Trump is an outsider candidate, those within the…

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