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Gov: Office of the President

     The constitutional powers of the president include commander in chief, head of the executive branch, making treaties and appointing ambassadors, appointing federal court judges, pardoning people convicted of federal crimes, and executing the laws that Congress passes. 357 more words

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"There Aren't Two Donald Trumps": The Only Trump We Need To Care About Is The One Totally Unqualified To Be President

Remember when then-Sen. John Edwards ran for president on a platform of two Americas, one rich and one poor? Former Presidential contender Ben Carson has offered a variation on that theme: two Donald Trumps, one bombastic and one thoughtful. 459 more words

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Palin endorses Trump before caucus

By: Regina Wright ~Staff Writer~

Thirteen days before the Iowa Caucus, Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor and 2008 vice-presidential nominee, endorsed Donald Trump at a rally at Iowa State University. 386 more words

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Presidential succession in Taiwan

Unlike the US or Korea, for example, where the presidential succession is clear per the Presidential Succession Act and the Government Organization Act respectively, no such law or constitutional provision exists in Taiwan. 216 more words

Rehemah Katwere Winner of 1st Kivumbi Quiz.

A couple of weeks ago I conducted a quiz in which I asked the general public to tell me where this picture was taken. I received hundreds of responses from email, social media and other avenues. 442 more words

The 2nd GOP Presidential Debate, the Presidency, and Universal Principles - Liberty Theory 001 [Video]

This is a new show that I am starting with my brother Ryan. Fundamentally we will be talking about philosophy, morality, and society. From time to time we will talk about current events, but we don’t want this show to chase after the hectic news cycle. 71 more words

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Democratic Party: Be more democratic

In a speech given to the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in Minneapolis in August, former Maryland Governor and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley attacked the party leadership for designing a “rigged” primary process. 698 more words

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