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Lawson State celebrates Barack Obama's visit

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The Lawson State campus was full of energy and excitement all throughout the day on Thursday. A line to see the president started to form as early as 6 a.m. 169 more words


Former IRS commissioner discusses candidacy for White House

KIMT News 3 – Mark Everson knows he’s not the biggest name in the race for the presidency, but it doesn’t seem to bother him as he begins his grassroots campaign with a stop in Mason City. 428 more words


Isaac speaks at Presidential Forum at RCC

Posted: March 26, 2015 | Written by Crystal Olmedo

The final two candidates in the running for Riverside City College president have been chosen. They include current interim president of RCC, Wolde-Ab Isaac and Elmer Bugg, president of Merritt College. 329 more words


How should we respond to Ted Cruz's call to fight for America?

While considering the question posed above the other day, I found myself quoting out of the book of Hebrews, verse 13:14:

Here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come.

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CNN Original: Cruz To Sign Up For Obamacare


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The right-wing Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz seemingly told CNN’s Dana Bash that he will sign up for healthcare through the ACA insurace exchanges – i.e., through “Obamacare.” 48 more words


Rafael Cruz Announces Presidential Campaign

LYNCHBURG, VA –            Rafael “Ted” Cruz has officially announced he will run for President… of Canada. The anti-immigration immigrant born in Alberta, Canada announced his decision to continue to neglect his duties in the Senate as long as the money keeps rolling in. 74 more words


Christie lags in New Hampshire

Republican Gov. Chris Christie might be making inroads among the party’s elites — or so would suggest a conversation PolitickerNJ had with National Republican Committeeman Bob Asher on Wednesday night — but among the primary voters that make up the real currency of presidential races, he looks a little lost. 145 more words