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IRAQ: Some Good News Amidst the Bad and the Terrible

The terrible news is that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is still threatening the annihilation of “tens of thousands”  (originally 50,000) of a small sect called Yasidi’s trapped on a mountain in northern Iraq. 687 more words

The Presidency

Mullets on the Hill and in the White House

Whether they actually have any direct responsibility or not, the President of the United States of America is typically blamed or credited for events both foreign and domestic. 439 more words

Congress

Quantifying Bill’s Value to Hillary’s Campaign (Part I)

In presidential elections, relationships matter. 

For example, political scientists know that the relationship between economic conditions, the number of causalities in war, and the incumbent’s party affiliation explain the bulk of presidential election outcomes. 1,021 more words

Political Behavior

Appeals Courts and Obamacare, What Does It Mean

Pick your poisoned apple from any preferred or not preferred media tree. The courts have struck a blow to Obamacare in some. They have not in others. 1,601 more words

Congress

The Obama War against Chick-fil-A and Christianity

Hate. It ain’t a pretty word. It ain’t a positive thing. Hate is dislike on steroids accompanied by the roid rage.

It is frightening how easy and undetectably hate can permeate. 1,969 more words

General Commentaries Regarding The State Of Education And Government

Does Our President Actually Care?

Criticizing our President has become popular among growing numbers of Democrats as well as the GOP. We have never met him and he has hidden most useful information from his pre-Presidential existence (if he actually existed back then) so we aren’t going to criticize the man. 609 more words

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