Politics Timeline

Rand Paul: Iraq Blame Lies With Dick Cheney, Not Barack Obama


U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., is putting blame squarely on former Republican Vice President Dick Cheney for the current violence in the nation of Iraq, openly disagreeing with some members of his own party on what is already becoming a high politicized topic in Washington. In an appearance on NBC’s Meet the Press, Paul —… Read more »

Congressman Marries Same-Sex Partner


U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-New York, married his same-sex partner in a ceremony over the weekend, according to WCBS-TV 2 in New York. Maloney, who took office in 2013, married his long-time partner Randy Florke in a ceremony at their church in the Hudson Valley, the station reported. “The openly gay New York congressman… Read more »

Obama Approval Rating On Immigration Is As Awesome As You Would Expect It To Be

Obama immigration approval rating hits new low

Against the backdrop of the humanitarian and law enforcement crisis at the southern border, President Obama’s approval rating for his stewardship of immigration issues has plummeted. According to a Gallup poll, only 31 percent of American’s approve of the way he has been handling immigration, with 65 percent disapproving. The disapproval rate on immigration has… Read more »

Bobby Jindal: Is Louisiana’s Governor Predicting Civil War II?

Governor Jindal made remarks that could be seen as a prediction of an upcoming civil war.

Bobby Jindal, the governor of Louisiana, suggested that Americans are ready for a “hostile takeover” of the capital in a speech to the Faith and Freedom Coalition Saturday night, according to an AP report. Governor Jindal claimed that the growing hostility of the American people is in response to a war against education and religious… Read more »

Chuck Norris Slams President Obama And Prisoner Of War Exchange

Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris is famous for his skills in martial arts and his written column about President Obama certainly won’t go down easily without a fight. Norris recently decided to let the world know exactly how he feels about President Obama’s prisoner of war exchange in a two-part column. Without pulling any punches, Norris had quite… Read more »

Glenn Beck On Iraq War: ‘Liberals, You Were Right.’ (Video)


Your browser does not support iframes. Glenn Beck may have stunned listeners to his radio show Tuesday (June 17) when he admitted that liberals were right all along about the war in Iraq. That’s right. Beck said liberals were right all along. The admission was pretty simple, actually. Just four simple words. “Liberals, you were… Read more »

Is Hillary Clinton’s New Book A Dud?

Is Hillary Clinton's new book a dud?

Is the Hillary Clinton memoir Hard Choices a dud despite all the hoopla? Simon & Schuster paid the former first lady, U.S. Senator, and Secretary of State a $14 million advance, but will the publisher ever get its money’s worth? An insider reportedly says no way. The book is currently number one on Amazon out… Read more »

Supreme Court Gun Ruling Puts An Ax To ‘Straw’ Purchases

Supreme Court Gun Ruling

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 on Monday, June 16, to tighten restrictions on “straw” gun purchases wherein one party buys a gun on behalf of someone else, reports USA Today. This gun ruling upholds the decision made by two lower courts that too voted against “straw” purchases. The Supreme Court case behind the ruling, Abramski… Read more »

Rick Perry: ‘We’ll Leave To Psychologists’ If Gays Are Really Like Alcoholics

Rick Perry

Rick Perry, the Texas governor and prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate, faced some heat Monday from an unlikely source over his comments last week comparing gay people to alcoholics. Perry made the comparison at a Commonwealth Club appearance in San Francisco, California, last Thursday. In those comments, Perry asserted that, both excessive alcohol consumption and… Read more »

Who’s Running In 2016? Romney, Warren, Clinton Speculation

Hillary, Romney, Bush- who is running in 2016?

As the next presidential election looms ever nearer, people are starting to wonder who will be running in 2016. So far, a lot of names have been tossed around without a great deal of positive certainty attached to any of them. Here’s the rundown on who might be running, and who is definitely not running…. Read more »