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Daily Archives: October 28, 2015

Hillary Tells Colbert: ‘Yes, Yes, Yes’ I Would Let Big Banks Fail

Hillary Clinton told Stephen Colbert during Tuesday’s episode of The Late Show that she would let the big banks fail. “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Clinton was asked by Colbert, “If you’re president and the banks are failing, do we … Read More

‘Duck Dynasty’ Star: I Share Carson’s Faith

Republican politicians always find support from the outer fringes of society. Duck Dynasty mogul Willie Robertson has come out in support of Ben Carson, defending his faith and praising the candidate for remaining committed to his religious ideals. “I have … Read More

Lindsey Graham Pours Beers, Contemplates Marrying Carly Fiorina

Sen. Lindsey O. Graham offered a funny response to the classic “Date, Marry, Kill” game. During CNN’s Politics on Tap, Graham was asked several satirical and political questions by CNN’s David Chalian and Dana Bash “To the Donald!” Graham said, after … Read More

Obama: I’m Not Going to ‘Take Everyone’s Guns Away’

President Obama spoke to a crowd of police chiefs in Chicago on Tuesday. During his speech, he promised that he wouldn’t take away an American citizens right to own a gun. “Some of you are watching certain television stations or … Read More

Trump Preemptively Calling CNBC Debate ‘Unfair’

Ahead of Thursday night’s Republican debate, Donald Trump is preemptively calling it “unfair” and speculating that the debate will be plagued with corruption. After a great evening and packed auditorium in Iowa, I am now in Colorado looking forward to what … Read More

Florida Newspaper To Rubio: ‘Either Do Your Job Or Resign It’

Sen. Marco Rubio’s own words are coming back to haunt him. Earlier in the month, he slammed government workers, telling them to do their jobs. A little digging by the media revealed that Rubio has missed the most Senate votes … Read More

Judge Orders Alabama to Resume Planned Parenthood Payments

A federal judge has ordered Alabama to resume paying their Planned Parenthood payments on Wednesday. U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson issued a 66-page decision, calling for the state to resume its payments. The decision cited that the state was legally … Read More

Kasich: ‘I’ve About Had It’ with Carson, Trump

Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio) may be trailing in the polls, but that hasn’t stopped him from opening fire on Donald Trump and Ben Carson. “I’m done being polite and listening to this nonsense,” he said during a rally in his … Read More

McCain: Sanders Has Better Record on Veterans than Hillary

Sen. John McCain credited Bernie Sanders with having a better record with veterans than Hillary Clinton. “The fact is we were able to come together and pass legislation that was nearly unanimous in both the House and the Senate, so … Read More

The Arena Has 11,000 Seats but 10,000 Will Be Empty at GOP Debate

The upcoming Republican debate is taking place at the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus. Students were promised a rate taste of the political system in action, but as the debate approaches, the 11,000 seat arena will feature 10,000 empty seats and … Read More