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Texas Candidate Wendy Davis Reveals Abortions In Past

Candidate Wendy Davis

Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis has revealed in a campaign memoir that she had two abortions for medical reasons in the 1990s. The book, titled Forgetting to be Afraid, reveals that she had an abortion after an exam revealed that the brain of the fetus had developed in separation. Wendy Davis had another abortion… Read more »

McConnell Campaign Manager Quits Amid Iowa Probe


U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell’s campaign manager Jesse Benton has quit the campaign with the clock counting down to the Nov. 4 general election against Democratic Attorney General Alison Lundergan Grimes. According to POLITICO, Benton was involved in the presidential race of former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, before becoming McDonnell’s campaign manager. “Benton’s departure comes… Read more »

Obama’s Press Briefing – Style Over Substance

Pres Obama

President Obama held a serious talk from the White House briefing room about crucial issues regarding Syria, Iraq and Ukraine… but made the apparent mistake of doing so while wearing a tan suit. Obama’s statement in regards to Syria included the fact that an American strategy to defeat ISIL in Syria has not been formed… Read more »

Jeb Bush 2016: Former Florida Gov Mulling Presidential Run

Jeb Bush 2016 Presidential Election Campaign Already Being Prepped By Republicans

A Jeb Bush 2016 presidential election campaign may be in the works if the latest rumors are correct, but could this Bush make the case he’s not another George W. Bush? In a related report by The Inquisitr, a possible Mitt Romney 2016 campaign still keeps popping up even though the former contender claims he… Read more »

Shutdown Looming? A Government Shutdown Likely

Shutdown Looming?

A shutdown is looming over the federal government if a spending bill is not passed by September 30. At that point, the federal government runs out of money and must halt operations. With midterm elections, a hot-button immigration amnesty issue in the argument, and other contention between Democrats, Republicans, and the White House, a looming… Read more »

“Boycott Burger King,” Says Senator Sherrod Brown

Boycott Burger King-Says Senator Sherrod Brown

Burger King has been the talk of the net over past two months for various reasons. Bradley Cooper made it a subject of conversations when he was spotted flipping burgers there, as reported by The Inquisitr. Then, the cult favorite ‘Chicken Fries’ returned to the retail chain, after a hashtag campaign proved you can “have… Read more »

Seminary Professor Calls Barack Obama A ‘Brown-Faced Clinton’

Are Liberals throwing Barack Obama under the bus?

Barack Obama is accused of a good many things, sometimes fairly, sometimes not so fairly. It may come as a shock — especially to anyone who would consider themselves right wing or even moderate in their politics — that someone is criticizing Barack Obama because he’s too conservative. However, that’s exactly what one seminary professor… Read more »