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10 things to know about Hillary Clinton

As of this Tuesday, Hillary Clinton has officially been named the presumptive nominee of the Democratic ticket thanks in large part to the super-delegate system. Mrs. Clinton now emerges from a divisive and ugly primary race as one of the weakest candidates in political history. Let’s take a look at who the former Secretary of State really is – here...

3 Signs of Chaos in the Democratic Party

As the Republican party unites to support Donald Trump for a victory in November, the Democratic Party continues to show signs of division and chaos. With their primary race dragging on, both sides continue to exchange blows leaving the party more and more divided. Here are three clear examples of chaos happening now in their...

MEMO: Florida GOP Milestones, A Party Of Growth

To: Florida GOP Executive State Committee From: Chairman Blaise Ingoglia Date: April 6, 2016 Re: Florida GOP Milestones, A Party Of Growth   Fellow Republicans, The last year and few months we have been focused on reforming, growing, and strengthening our State Party. Our objective has been simple: Building a State Party that is effective at empowering the grassroots,...

The Quick Facts on Florida Delegates and the GOP Convention

On March 15th Donald Trump won the crucial Florida primary with just over 45% of the vote. Yet with 99 delegates to be selected throughout the sunshine state, many voters still have questions regarding the delegate and convention processes. As we approach the republican national convention in July, transparency and clarity concerning the delegate process becomes more important than ever....

Everything wrong with Obama's visit to Havana

Since 1959, Cuban Dictators Fidel and Raul Castro have been relentless in achieving two goals: (1) oppressing the Cuban people while growing the Cuban regime (2) undermining the United States and the American people.  President Obama’s recent changes to our relationship with Cuba is a win for the Cuban government and Obama’s legacy, and a loss for the Cuban and...

Everything you need to know about the GOP Debate in Detroit

After Super Tuesday, the candidates will face off one more time before the next block of states vote on March 5th. Here’s what you need to know about tomorrow’s debate. When: Thursday, March 3, 2016 Time: 9:00 pm ET Where: Detroit, Michigan Channel/Sponsor: Fox News Moderators: Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly, and Chris Wallace Qualified Candidates: Ben...

Everything you need to know about tonight's (and tomorrow's) GOP town hall

How will it work? The town halls tonight and tomorrow will be different from the debates we've gotten used to. Instead of appearing on stage all at once and responding to one another's answers, the candidates will each be given their own chance to answer questions from voters and Anderson Cooper, who is moderated the town hall, one at a...

7 unforgettable Justice Scalia Quotes

1. “More important than your obligation to follow your conscience, or at least prior to it, is your obligation to form your conscience correctly.” 2. “I think Thomas Jefferson would have said the more speech, the better. That’s what the First Amendment is all about.” 3. "God has been very good to us. One of the reasons God has been good to...

Your Guide for Tonight's Democratic Debate

Both Democratic Presidential contenders take the debate stage tonight in New Hampshire, just days away from Tuesday’s primary election. These are the four key updates you need to know:   Hillary Attempts to Explain $600k She Accepted From Goldman Sachs Hillary has made front page headlines after last night’s New Hampshire Democratic town hall in attempting...

Three things you need to know about the Democratic town hall tonight

Tonight, the two remaining Democratic candidates for president will participate in a live town hall in New Hampshire, just a few days before the influential New Hampshire primary. Here's everything you need to know about the event:  Sanders and Clinton just had a virtual tie in IowaThough Hillary Clinton won Iowa with a few more delegates than Sanders,...