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Rand Paul and the Media

I see articles about my favorite candidate , Rand Paul. He unfortunately dropped out of the 2016 presidential race. I hope that he’ll run again in the year 2020 and win. 315 more words


The goal Democrat amnesty supporters is not to bring 11 million illegal immigrants humanely "out of the shadows," but to turn them into voters.


A Politico cover story perfectly encapsulates the bizarre, insular world of the D.C. political establishment. The article purports to take readers behind the scenes of the strategic machinations of the Sen. 904 more words



Perspective 800o miles from Washington: The Voices of Maui Digital blog resumes today after a long absence to comment on the latest developments in the presidential race Pono is a Hawaiian word meaning do the right thing. 261 more words

Liars Who Go Unpunished

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A most interesting event occurring at this time is what people here call a presidential election. Its purpose is to select a man or woman to replace the current man who is president or the supreme leader of the country. 169 more words


Election Reform Groups Call for Justice Department Investigation of Group Supporting Rubio Campaign and Improperly Claiming 501(c)(4) Status

In a letter sent recently to the Tax Division of the Justice Department, Democracy 21, joined by the Campaign Legal Center, called for an investigation of the Conservative Solutions Project, an organization claiming tax-exempt status as a social welfare organization under section 501(c)(4) of the tax code. 1,434 more words

Presidential Hopeful Mark Rubio Hits Little Kid In The Face With A Football [VIDEO]

By: Evan Jankens

Presidential hopeful Mark Rubio might know what he is talking about when it comes to the United States of America, however he might want to work on his football skills. 97 more words


Anyone notice education got short shrift in GOP debate. Why?

What do you make of the absence of any real discussion of education at the Republican debate last night?

With the exception of a Common Core question to former Florida Gov. 895 more words