Monthly Archives: May 2015

May 15

Missouri House Speaker Resigns Over “Sexting”

In the ever present political scandals that make House of Cards seem like it is real, Missouri Speaker of the House was forced to resign over sexting with a 19 year old intern in his office. You would think that as so many politicians lose their whole careers and become infamous over this very issue, […]

May 09

Rand Paul Reaches Out to Black Caucus for Reform

Before Senator Rand Paul declared he would be seeking the Republican presidential nomination, he already began his quest to incorporate African American votes. In particular, Paul is an advocate for criminal reform, in particular for allowing felons the right to vote. He said that as a Christian, he believes in second chances, and thinks that […]

May 07

Who is Carly Fiorina?

Carly Fiorina has never held public office, but she thinks that her background is enough to run for president. This Republican emerged on the scenes at CPAC, and has slowly been building her base to be a viable candidate for 2016. So, who is Carly Fiorina? Fiorina’s most notable achievement is that she was the […]

May 07

Huckabee Takes Another Swing at Presidency

Who is Mike Huckabee? For many of you who do not watch Fox News, he had a show on the channel. Before that, he was Governor of Arkansas, and then ran for president in 2008. Others may know him as a Baptist pastor, or an author of several books. Maybe, you listen to his radio […]

May 04

From Confusion Comes Clarity

Nothing shows the deep factions within the Republican Party quite like the upcoming 2016 election. Already, there are five official candidates for the primary. These include Senator Ted Cruz from Texas, Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky, Senator Marco Rubio from Florida, Governor Mike Huckabee from Arkansas, Ben Carson from Florida, and Carly Fiorina from California. […]

May 02

The Time is Now for Republicans

In 2008, it looked like a bad future for the Republican Party. With a new president, who made promises of affordable health care, of new economic opportunities, and the end of a war in the Middle East, there was fire support for the Democrats. Majority of youth voters across the country vowed their support for […]