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The President's Day

President Barack Obama signs the 3 month extension of the Highway bill in the Oval Office. President Obama signed the bill into law to extend transportation funding until October 29, but said that short term extensions are a bad way for the U.S. government to do business



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Is John Kasich The Real Deal?

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“John Kasich Is the Real Deal: Pay Attention To Him” is an article published in Forbes magazine in the July 24, 2015 issue by contributor John Zogby. 753 more words

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... And These Idiots think That the Dems Will Win (?) in 2016 [#miz Hillary]...

.. a scandal like this will hang around Miz Hillary ‘ s neck for the length of this campaign ..

.. she will not likely have to worry about a criminal investigation . 117 more words

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United States' pressure made Nigeria's transition peaceful: Buhari

Washington DC – President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday in Washington DC said that the continued pressure on the immediate past administration by the United States and some European countries made the general elections in Nigeria to be free and fair. 296 more words


Contenders and Pretenders to the Oval Office

Contenders and pretenders to the Oval Office

A dazzling array of personalities are chasing the Oval Office. Few will get beyond the fence of recognition to become viable candidates. 449 more words

The President's Remarks on the Iranian Nuclear Deal

Today, after two years of negotiations, the United States — together with our international partners — has achieved what decades of animosity has not:

A comprehensive, long-term deal that will verifiably prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. 963 more words

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Race To The White House - Part 2

Should a college drop-out be eligible to run for president?

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The latest entrant into the 2016 race for the Oval Office is Scott Walker which brings the total of Republicans who vie for the highest prize (the Oval Office) at over 31 ( 534 more words

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