In the grand catalog of 19th century America, there are few villains so worthy of a Libertarian’s scorn, as James K Polk.
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What Kind of Legacy, Mr. President?
Would you like some face time with the president of the United States, a chance perhaps to share your ideas about how he might perk up the still-lagging ...
What If the Problem Isn’t the President—It’s the Presidency?
What looks like incompetence or impertinence on the part of the officeholder could also be evidence that the office itself is broken.
What's in the Latest Tax Hike Plan?
Pennsylvania House leaders will hold a vote on a $1.8 billion tax hike, if Gov. Wolf can convince enough lawmakers to support the proposal. If the governor cannot find the votes, the House will move forward with a "rescue budget."
How an Outsider President Killed a Party
The Whigs chose power over principles when they nominated Zachary Taylor in 1848. The party never recovered.
Nobody Understands How Great a President McKinley Was
Even the Republicans who rush to his defense fail to appreciate the 25th president.
What the President Should Do: U.S. Support in Yemen
In his final year in office, President Obama could make the world a better place simply by exercising his executive authority and ending U.S. support for the disastrous Saudi-led War in Yemen. The United States is not actively involved in the conflict, but we're supporting the campaign by providing services like midair refueling for coalition planes, intelligence and targeting support, by authorizing $8.4 billion in ...
In N.H., John McCain redefined how to run for president
In the New Hampshire primaries, Senator John McCain did everything differently.
How Would President Hillary Affect California? :: Fox&Hounds
Should Hillary Clinton be elected president on Nov. 8, how would that affect California? 1-- National recession. As Ambrose Evans-Pritchard just reported i
Madam President: how Newsweek reported a Clinton victory
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Kaiser: How old is too old to be president?
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How Far is America from Electing a Muslim President?
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Why They Say the President 'Lied' About Obamacare, Abortion
Contrary to President Obama's promise, House conservatives charge, a government report shows taxpayer money pays for abortions in Obamacare insurance plans.
Why This Evangelical Christian Is Voting Gary Johnson For President
My convictions as an evangelical, conservative Christian allow me to give my principled vote and endorsement to Governor Gary Johnson for President in 2016.
Spokane Wedding Expo shows off latest trends
If you’re looking for the newest trends in weddings, Shannon Siemen, President of Spokane Wedding and Events, has the answers.
The next president must make climate change the top priority
Climate change can't wait. Neither can the next president.
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Last week, I travelled to two countries that don’t always get a lot of attention in the United States, but are important to our past and…
Here's what the Dem candidates for president said about the Mueller report
Special counsel Robert Mueller sent shock waves through Washington on Friday when he submitted his long-anticipated report
5 Top Reasons Why Bernie Sanders Would Be Best President for Peace
Why Peace Action PAC is endorsing Bernie Sanders for President.. After 15 years of war, the next president of the United States will inherit daunting foreign policy challenges. Sadly, many of those challenges were fueled by an “act first, think later” U.S. military policy in places like Iraq and Libya that has backfired. At the same time, the new president will need to sustain diplomatic initiatives…