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In the age of a growing minority black electorate, it not only is common sense, but crucial that Republicans reach out to minority voters. It was found that if we had the 2004 demographics during the 2012 election, Mitt Romney would have won. Now that we’re...

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Maryland Mayor Evicted from Office & Will Work from a Tent

Seat Pleasant, Maryland Mayor Eugene Grant was evicted from his office and city hall this week for allegations of staff mistreatment and creating a hostile work environment. A closed door city council meeting this past Monday with a four out of seven majority vote, the decision was made to have the mayor removed from his office. The City Administrator, LaTasha C. Gatling stated that officials...

DC Official to Get Criminal Charges for Hiding Tape Recording

A low level Washington, DC official serving as Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Carolyn Steptoe may possibly be facing criminal charges for refusing to turn over a tape recording of an ANC meeting for an entire year. ANC members are non-paid elected officials and because of this they are often...

Is DC Mayor Vince Gray Looking to Stage a Marion Barry Type Comeback?

Vincent Gray, the mayor of Washington, DC recently lost the Democratic nomination to be re-elected on April 1st to Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser. Following the election we had the idea that the successor of his Ward 7 Council seat Yvette Alexander should switch...

Doug Gansler Says Healthcare is a Right but Fails to Insure His Staff

Maryland gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General Doug Gansler recently released a new commercial stating that healthcare is a right. As noble of an idea as that it, the ironic part is that he has failed to insure his own staff. His opponent, Lieutenant Governor...

How Many Opportunities to Reach out to Minorities will the GOP Miss?

GOP feat

In the age of a growing minority black electorate, it not only is common sense, but crucial that Republicans reach out to minority voters. It was found that if we had the 2004 demographics during the 2012...

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US Poverty Rate Hasn’t Changed in 50 Years; How Can We Address It?

poverty feat

During a speech at Georgetown University this past May, President Obama voiced the need to resume the War on Poverty, expressing the 40% drop in the poverty rate since its inception. It is true that in 1950 the poverty rate stood at a staggering 32.3%, but the fact that the percentage of those in poverty has remained the same since the mid 1960’s at around...

Fox News’ Bob Beckel Flips the Bird on Live Television

During an episode of Fox News’ The Five this week, liberal panelist Bob Beckel caused quite a stir this week when he lost his cool during a discussion on race with Jesse Watters. During the heated debate, Watters suggested that Democrats...

Hillary Clinton Still Undecided on Running for President

Hillary Clinton said on Friday while speaking to the Telmex Foundation graduates in Mexico that she would decide whether she will run for President in 2016 next year. “I am going to be making a decision,” Clinton said at an...

Obama Vows to Destroy Islamic State After Second Beheaded American

A second American journalist Steven Sotloff was beheaded in another video message directed at President Obama by the same British ISIS terrorist who said more killings are to come. Two weeks ago when news of the first beheading occurred,...

How Many Opportunities to Reach out to Minorities will the GOP Miss?

GOP feat

In the age of a growing minority black electorate, it not only is common sense, but crucial that Republicans reach out to minority voters. It was found that if we had the 2004 demographics during the 2012...

US Poverty Rate Hasn’t Changed in 50 Years; How Can We Address It?

poverty feat

During a speech at Georgetown University this past May, President Obama voiced the need to resume the War on Poverty, expressing the 40% drop in the poverty rate since its inception. It is true that in...

Fox News’ Bob Beckel Flips the Bird on Live Television

During an episode of Fox News’ The Five this week, liberal panelist Bob Beckel caused quite a stir this week when he lost his cool during a discussion on race with Jesse Watters. During the heated...

Hillary Clinton Still Undecided on Running for President

Hillary Clinton said on Friday while speaking to the Telmex Foundation graduates in Mexico that she would decide whether she will run for President in 2016 next year. “I am going to be making a decision,”...

How Many Opportunities to Reach out to Minorities will the GOP Miss?

GOP feat

In the age of a growing minority black electorate, it not only is common sense, but crucial that Republicans reach out to minority voters. It was found that if we had the 2004 demographics during the 2012...

US Poverty Rate Hasn’t Changed in 50 Years; How Can We Address It?

poverty feat

During a speech at Georgetown University this past May, President Obama voiced the need to resume the War on Poverty, expressing the 40% drop in the poverty rate since its inception. It is true that in...

Fox News’ Bob Beckel Flips the Bird on Live Television

During an episode of Fox News’ The Five this week, liberal panelist Bob Beckel caused quite a stir this week when he lost his cool during a discussion on race with Jesse Watters. During the heated...

Hillary Clinton Still Undecided on Running for President

Hillary Clinton said on Friday while speaking to the Telmex Foundation graduates in Mexico that she would decide whether she will run for President in 2016 next year. “I am going to be making a decision,”...