How The Russian Election Hacking Story Impacts The Whistleblower Debate

The Russian Election Hacking witch hunt was featured in the latest House Intelligence Committee hearing, and there was one incredibly important segment that should be on everyone’s mind. The questions on the surface were how was classified information leaked to the media, who is responsible, and when will they be prosecuted? The thing to remember […]

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Why Trump’s Massive Defense Budget Won’t ‘Make America Great Again’

President Trump announced on Monday that he is proposing an increase of $54 BILLION to the United States’ military budget, which raises some serious questions about his plans for the future of U.S. foreign policy. “It will include a historic increase of defense spending to rebuild the deplete military of the United States of America at a […]

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Why The Left vs. Right Paradigm is the Perfect Distraction from Trump

When it comes to President Trump and his recent executive order banning travel from seven countries, people act as if there are only two sides—either you’re for Trump and you’re for the ban, or you’re against the Trump and the you’re against the ban. But what about all of the people who realize that if […]

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How Obama Is Giving Trump The Gift Of Indefinite Detention

  When he takes office, Donald Trump will have the power to indefinitely detain… anyone he wants. And if you thought the most alarming part about that sentence was the fact that Donald Trump is the one in power, then you’re part of the problem. Thanks to section 1021 of the National Defense Authorization Act, […]

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Why The ‘War On Drugs’ Will Flourish Under President Trump

The “War on Drugs” has been an ongoing phenomenon since the 1970s, and yet every time a new president takes office, the question is raised: Will he be the president who ends this idealistic, failed war? Donald Trump is next on the list. Trump’s rhetoric during his campaign initially gave some hope to those in favor […]

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In Comments Criticizing the Media, Obama Ignores His Administration’s History of Censoring Journalists

President Obama unleashed a new series of critical comments regarding the media Monday night, claiming journalists should  “maintain certain standards,” and should not be “government-controlled.” During a speech at the “2015 Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting” ceremony at Syracuse University, Obama began by discussing the accomplishments of Robin Toner, the first woman to […]

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Obama Vetoes Bill To Repeal Obamacare Provisions, Defund Planned Parenthood

President Obama vetoed a bill that would have repealed key provisions in the Affordable Care Act and defunded Planned Parenthood for one year on Friday. The bill was sent to the president’s desk on Wednesday after it was passed by the House of Representatives, 240 to 181. Prior to the House’s vote, the bill was […]

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Poll: 2 Percent Placed ‘Guns/Gun Control’ on 2015 List of ‘Most Important Problems’

When asked to write the “most important problem facing this country today,” an average of only 2 percent of Americans listed “Guns/Guns Control,” according to a recent Gallup poll. The poll found that the most frequent responses were “Congress/Government/Politicians,” which were listed by an average of 16 percent of respondents. President Obama announced a series […]

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