Politics Timeline

Chelsea Clinton Again Teases Political Future

Chelsea Clinton hints again that she may one day consider a move into politics.

Chelsea Clinton seems to be hinting at a possible future in politics once again. In an interview withFast Company at South by Southwest in Austin last month, Clinton had the following to say: “I live in a city and a state and a country where I support my elected representatives. If at some point that… Read more »

Oklahoma Governor Bans Minimum Wage Increases Statewide

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill into law yesterday effectively banning minimum wage increases.

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed a bill into law yesterday that prohibits cities from establishing a mandatory minimum wage as well as certain employee benefits, such as paid sick days and vacation day requirements. As the Associated Press reports, opponents of the bill feel it specifically targets an initiative in Oklahoma City where organizers are… Read more »

Obama On Voter Fraud – Blame The Republicans

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President Obama had some sharp accusations against the GOP friday while making a speech at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network conference, naming the Republicans as the reason for the voter fraud problems. As crowds cheered before him, Obama boldly told the nation that the problem with voter fraud isn’t actual fraud, but vile politicians attempting… Read more »

Hillary Clinton Laughs Off Shoe Throwing Woman At Las Vegas Speech

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Hillary Clinton became the target of flying footwear Thursday, just prior to delivering a speech to a recycling industry convention in Las Vegas as an unidentified woman was taken into custody after hurling a shoe at the former Secretary of State and possible next president. But Hillary Clinton responded to the apparent shoe attack with… Read more »

U.S. Troops May Aid Ukraine If NATO Demands

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Due to recent situations with Russia and the Ukraine, United States military may be asked to help beef up support for allied Eastern European nations by NATO, meaning more of our soldiers could soon be heading overseas to face down our old adversary. In reply, U.S. Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove stated he wasn’t against… Read more »

United Nations Banned From Overseeing Tennessee Elections

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United Nations election monitors have been banned from overseeing Tennessee elections results. In 2012 liberal-leaning groups voiced their concerns over state voter ID laws to the UN, which then became involved in the ballot casting process in the United States. A total of 44 election monitors were sent to a multitude of states (including Tennessee)… Read more »

Mozilla CEO “Victim Of New Facism” Says Newt Gingrich, Andrew Sullivan

Newt Gingrich On Mozilla LGBT Controversy

Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich recently resigned over a donation made to a group supporting an anti-gay-marriage campaign in 2008. In case you didn’t catch that, Eich resigned over a single donation made six years ago. The controversy began when OKCupid called for a boycott of Mozilla, and despite Mozilla’s assurances that the company supports LGBT… Read more »

Florida Senate Approves “Warning Shot” Bill

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The Florida Senate approved a bill last Thursday, dubbed the “Warning Shot Bill”, that would allow gun owners to fire warning shots at a person, or persons, if they felt threatened. The bill passed with a 32-7 vote and now goes to to desk of Florida Governor Rick Scott to be signed into law. Partly… Read more »

Will Putin Divorce Make Vlad More Vicious?

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With the Putin divorce finally finalized and Russian beefcake Vladimir Putin back on the meat market again, should the world be concerned that the ‘mad dog’ is now a ‘lone wolf”? The Kremlin’s confirmation that the divorce of Putin from his wife of 30 years, Lyudmila, has been finalized, entails that Putin is once more… Read more »