A Milestone Moment Experienced By George Mason University From Koch’s Generosity

April 8, 2016

George Mason University seems like an explicit of conservative in Law and Economics and is even running a project to rename its law school after Antonin Scalia a Supreme Court Justice. To its benefit, the university has been receiving numerous donations from Charles Koch more uncommon to other universities that he supports that only receive […]

Has Hell Finally Froze Over? Koch and Sanders Agree

March 3, 2016

In today’s society of big business it pays to ask, just how sincere is Charles Koch about about Corporate inequality? In an Op-ed piece he wrote, Charles Koch Chief Executive Officer of Koch Industries and staunch Libertarian, wrote how he feels about the monetary divide and his opinions of Democratic Presidential hopeful, Vermont Senator Bernie […]

Trump Bigger Contender Than Koch Expected in Race for the Whitehouse

February 8, 2016

Charles Koch, along with his brother David and some other allies, decided the 2016 election was going to be Republican win and have spent much time since 2012 raising nearly $900 million to achieve this goal. But there seems to be a hitch in their plans, a real estate mogul who took the Republican party […]

States Opting to Embrace Expanded Medicaid Coverage Face Major Budget Squeeze

June 7, 2015

While the Obama administration can tout the number of people receiving health care under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the truth is a number of those people are merely receiving free health care under the existing Medicaid entitlement program. That said, the ACA raised the cut off for coverage to 138% of the poverty line. […]

Under Pressure from Social Conservatives, House Readies for a Floor Vote on DC Abortion Bill

April 30, 2015

The District of Columbia passed a controversial abortion bill through the city council in April. Under the Constitution, Washington, D.C., city council decisions can be overturned by a simple majority of the House and Senate. No presidential signature is required. However, the Constitution allows only a 30-day window for Congress to act. The deadline is […]

Hillary Clinton Starts Offering Up Red Meat Attacks on the GOP

April 26, 2015

On Thursday, Hillary Clinton, the Democrat party’s 2016 presumptive nominee, took her first step at launching partisan attacks against the Republican Party. Clinton formally announced her presidential campaign last week. She is now going beyond citing the issues she supports to calling out the GOP for their opposition of those issues. For starters, Clinton dislikes […]

Chris Christie Plans to Enforce Marijuana Laws if Elected President

April 15, 2015

The presidential election is heating up even though we are still over two years away from the 2016 election date. Chris Christie, outspoken Governed of New Jersey, has declared he would put an end to the legalization of marijuana in the states who have reversed prohibition of the substance. Christian Broda knows that the legalization […]

RNC Chairman Not Impressed by Hillary Clinton’s Candidacy

April 14, 2015

On Monday night, Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), gave his take on Hillary Clinton’s launch of a presidential campaign. In short, he was not impressed. In all fairness, the RNC chairman can hardly be expected to extol the virtues of the opposition party’s presumptive nominee. That said, Priebus explained that her […]

California Governor declares Ted Cruz unfit for office

March 23, 2015

The ongoing spat between possible Republican Presidential candidate Ted Cruz and California’s Democratic Governor Jerry Brown continued in an interview with NBC’s Mette The Press, Politico reports. Governor Brown used the Sunday morning politics show to state his belief that by denying climate change Cruz had made himself unfit to run for the Presidency of […]

Republican Senators Use Threats to Dissuade Iran From Making a Deal with Obama

March 10, 2015

My friend Daniel Amen made a great observation (also, joke) to me today. He said, “Iran Offers to Mediate Talks Between Republicans and Obama because it has become clear that both sides currently talk more to Iran than to each other” Voicing their opposition to President Barack Obama’s planned nuclear deal with Iran, 47 Republican senators […]