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Is Marco Rubio Wealthy Enough For The White House?

Marco Rubio

In a world filled with political millionaires, presidential hopeful Marco Rubio, a Republican senator from Florida, is quickly becoming known as one of the least wealthy politicians in Washington. Rubio has long been criticized for his personal spending. In fact, in September, Rubio sold $68,241 of retirement funds to cover personal bills, according to the… Read more »

Rand Paul Strikes Again, Legality Of Government Surveillance On The Line

Rand Paul helped kill off any extension of the Patriot Act in a debate that went on into the early hours of this morning.

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul last night helped scupper hopes that provisions of the Patriot Act would be extended beyond their June 1 expiration date. Paul, together with democrats Ron Wyden and Martin Heinrich, argued against any extensions, eventually causing Senate majority leader and proponent of extending the expiration date, Mitch McConnell, to give in and… Read more »

Hillary Clinton: State Department Releases Hundreds Of Benghazi Emails

Could Hillary Clinton scandals derail Hillary 2016?

The United States State Department released its first round of emails from presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State on Friday. This will offer a new look at how Clinton handled the 2012 terror attack of the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. The first round totals roughly 300 emails and about 850 pages… Read more »

George Soros: World War 3 Between U.S. And Russia, China ‘No Exaggeration’

World War 3

According to famed hedge fund investor George Soros, World War 3 could occur between the United States and both Russia and China based upon certain economic conditions that are setting themselves up. In a related report by the Inquisitr, Russian experts are recommending that Vladimir Putin use Russia’s nuclear weapons against the Yellowstone volcano in… Read more »

Democratic Representative Says Congress Needs A Pay Raise — Claims $174,000 Per Year Leads To ‘Sackcloth And Ashes’ [Video]

Alcee Hastings

Democratic Representative of Florida Alcee Hastings has been notoriously known for statements made in the past, especially towards conservative views and entities. Once such example is when he called Texas, a prominently conservative state, “crazy,” as reported by the Inquisitr. Now, Alcee Hastings is at it again, making statements that are causing quite a debate…. Read more »

Bristol’s Wedding Drama Turns Into Hillary Clinton Vs. Sarah Palin Hate Fest

Bristol's Wedding Drama Turns Into Hillary Clinton Vs Sarah Palin Hate Fest

Bristol’s wedding plans are cancelled, but the fight between liberals and conservatives has only just begun. The explanation left by Sarah Palin triggered a hate fest that continues to wind its way around the internet, and in response, some conservative Republicans have begun attacking Hillary Clinton for her 2016 presidential campaign. Regardless of the fact… Read more »

Rand Paul Promises To Filibuster To Stop The Renewal Of The Patriot Act

WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 06: U.S. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) waits for the beginning of a news conference on military sexual assault November 6, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. A bipartisan group of senators are pushing to create an independent military justice system with the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul has threatened to do everything in his power to stop the renewal of the anti-terrorist legislation called the Patriot Act, even if it means exercising his right to filibuster. The Patriot Act famously grants the U.S. government’s National Security Agency permission to access citizen phone records and tap calls in… Read more »

Bernie Sanders Moves Forward With Tuition-Free College Proposal

Tuition-free college? Bernie Sanders will introduce bill on Tuesday

Bernie Sanders has spoken of tuition-free college before, but as of today, he’s promised to take the proposal further: it’s no longer just an idea, it’s a piece of legislation that will be introduced officially this week. The text of the bill isn’t available yet, but Sanders has spoken about what he hopes to accomplish…. Read more »

Welfare Junk Food And Drug Testing Bill Approved In Wisconsin

junk food welfare

Welfare recipients might be limited on how much junk food they can buy with their taxpayer-funded assistance. A bill passed by the Wisconsin State Assembly seeks to limit junk food purchases and require Wisconsin Work job training recipients to submit to drug testing. The Wisconsin State Assembly junk food welfare bill passed the Republican controlled… Read more »