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A much needed break from the usual format. These pics speak for themselves. Enjoy.
After a long week, the people have spoken in Nevada and South Carolina. Though the presumptive frontrunners may appear to have this race wrapped up, it’s probably better to take a breath and look at where the election stands. In … Continue reading
“What Iowa has begun tonight is a political revolution. A political revolution that says when millions of people come together, many who have never been involved in the political process, when they come together and say enough is enough … Continue reading
Republicans held their eighth nationally televised debate on ABC last night, making their final pleas to voters in New Hampshire and vying for limited space on a crowded stage. Admittedly, I’ve been neglecting the political right for most of the … Continue reading
Republicans In an upset victory, Ted Cruz finished first in the nation’s first election of 2016 by capturing 28% of the popular vote to Donald Trump’s 24%. He began his victory speech by framing his win in terms familiar to … Continue reading
It’s a fair question. So far, this election cycle is a gravitational pull toward the extremes. Disillusioned citizens across America are flocking to the candidate that best represents their anger at the establishment. For many, it’s not merely enough to … Continue reading