Tag Archives: Immigration

September 08

The Trump Problem

It is time for Republicans to finally look at themselves in the mirror. With two months left till the general election, there are many political insiders who just want to see this whole cycle over with.  Besides those who are ardently supporting Trump-who seem to be actual voters instead of seasoned politicians-  there is a […]

June 20

Donald Trump Is All For Brexit

There is a major storm happening in the United Kingdom. And ironically, it is similar to the one that is happening in America. The UK is going to have a vote on whether or not the country should leave the European Union. Just for a little history-the EU is a politico-economic union of most countries […]

June 10

Why The Never Trump Movement Can’t Let Go

A year ago, when Donald Trump first announced he was running for president, there was more laughter than there was fear. In a sea of 17 candidates who served as governors, GOP insiders, or senators, surely one of the big names would beat out the business billionaire. But as the summer led to the fall, […]

April 21

Kasich Comes Clean About Contested Convention Hopes

The murmurs about a contested convention are getting louder as the summer approaches. There have been rumors about Paul Ryan joining the mix, there are petitions to get Marco Rubio back in the game roaming around the Internet, and Mitt Romney is slowly urging politicians to give it a shot. But the man who seems […]

June 11

Rubio’s Media Swag

There is a reason people unofficially call the media the fifth branch of government. Unless you’re watching CSPAN or reading Senators’ and Congressmen’s press releases, many find out all their news from the news. Furthermore, in a time where journalists have become more of a voter influence than an objective viewpoint, the politician’s appeal to […]

April 18

Exclusive Interview: Governor Schwarzenegger

Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger truly has an amazing success story. An Austrian immigrant, he moved from body builder, to Mr. World, to A-list actor, to governor of the largest state (by population) in America. In this exclusive Q&A, Schwarzenegger highlights the traditional Republican values, and how the GOP needs to unite together over our similarities instead […]

April 16

Rubio Rises

Rush Limbaugh is a very popular radio host. With million of listeners, he delivers fire and brimstone speeches that get his audience extremely fired up. For this reason, he has a lot of influence when it comes to election cycles, and more importantly, in choosing a candidate from the primaries. Limbaugh is not the only […]

Half and Half On Immigration

In a recent poll released by ABC and the Washington Post, Americans are seen to be divided in their support for or against the immigration bill. 46% are in favor, whereas 44% are against it. On such a heated issue, these numbers are surprising, and now the Capitol looks next to the House and how […]

Rubio’s Second Guess

It is not a secret that Senator Marco Rubio is a likely contender for 2016. As Republicans are searching for a party leader, he fits the criteria of a youthful senator who also happens to be hispanic. Senator Rubio gave the Republican response to the State of the Union, and is one of the most […]

Senator Cruz Strongly Opposes Gang of Eight Bill

Senator Ted Cruz from Texas spoke today at the Black American Leadership Alliance’s DC March for Jobs, where he focused on certain parts of the immigration bill that concern him. In his speech, he said, “One of the most egregious aspects of the gang of eight bill is its intersection with Obamacare, which penalizes businesses that […]