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From the Hart: Trump: 99 problems and rich ain’t one

From the Hart: Trump: 99 problems and rich ain’t one

From the Hart, Humor, Politics September 1, 2015 at 5:51 pm 0 comments

By Ron Hart It has been a remarkable month. Donald Trump (“Citizen Vain”) has taken the country by storm. Disgusted with both Democrats and Republicans, voters have found their bombastic, iconoclast mouthpiece. Other Republican presidential hopefuls have gone from condemning him to paraphrasing him. He is controlling the tone, tenorRead More

Forging Debate: Planned Parenthood

Forging Debate: Planned Parenthood

Forging Debate, Opinion, Politics August 25, 2015 at 4:01 pm 0 comments

  Saving Planned Parenthood isn’t something to brag about Senators Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker (R-Tennessee) are living proof that saying one is pro-life has become nothing more than political rhetoric to placate conservatives. When politicians talk, most Americans have come to understand it is just that—talk. However, some thingsRead More

Power and politics: the winners and losers of the GOP debate

Power and politics: the winners and losers of the GOP debate

Politics, Power & Politics August 16, 2015 at 2:02 am 0 comments

By Zachary Toillion Let’s take a look at who won and who lost the first Republican Primary debate. For the purposes of simplicity, we’ll be taking a look at the prime-time debate with the 10 highest polling candidates rather than looking at both debates. Additional debates may change the rosterRead More

From the Hart: Trump torpedoes Republicans

From the Hart: Trump torpedoes Republicans

From the Hart, Humor, Politics July 28, 2015 at 8:06 pm 0 comments

By Ron Hart Donald Trump, a heroic man who dodged serving in the Vietnam War on five deferments attributed to “bone spurs,” questioned Sen. John McCain’s war hero status. The two men then had a battle of egos, publicly calling each other names. It is sad. Usually white male RepublicansRead More

Biden’s campaign taking shape

Biden’s campaign taking shape

National News, News, Politics July 16, 2015 at 1:32 am 0 comments

WASHINGTON (press release)—With Hillary Clinton’s campaign continuing to face resistance from little-known challengers, there are new signs that she could finally get some big-name opposition. The sea change in the Democratic race may have come two weeks ago when it was revealed that Vice President Joe Biden’s son, Beau, hadRead More

Clinton implicated in Honduran coup, emails show

Clinton implicated in Honduran coup, emails show

By Zachary Toillion Recent emails released by the State Department shed new light on the U.S. response to the June 2009 Honduran coup. Publicly, the U.S. condemned the coup of President Manuel Zelaya after a great deal of international pressure. When Hillary Clinton was asked whether or not the U.S.Read More

Gallup’s confusing survey concerning respect for various country’s leaders

Gallup’s confusing survey concerning respect for various country’s leaders

SAN FRANCISCO (press release)—It may not be to the left-leaning mainstream media’s delight, but to millions of Americans it is. In a Gallup poll released recently, when it comes to international approval of leadership, the world’s residents think U.S. leaders are the best. Take that New York Times. The worldRead More

Republicans win. What now?

Republicans win. What now?

From the Hart November 21, 2014 at 1:19 pm 0 comments

Harry Reid’s (D-NV) control over the Senate will soon end and corrupt, pork barrel spending will be his legacy. He has left more earmarks during his brutal reign than Mike Tyson. Hopefully there will be counselors for Dingy Harry and his fellow Democrat senators to help them transition into otherRead More

2014: the rise of the anti-politician

2014: the rise of the anti-politician

Politics October 21, 2014 at 3:39 pm 0 comments

2014 is the year of the anti-politician candidate. In an environment where being an incumbent is toxic, a new crop of candidates has emerged. They choose not to run on experience, but a lack thereof. Almost all are Republicans and come from all over the United States. Bruce Rauner (R-Ill.),Read More

The politics of fear

Politics October 15, 2014 at 12:53 am Comments are Disabled

Turn on any TV or visit a leading news website. The lead stories: “Scares at the White House,” “Ebola coming to US shores” and the latest from the terrorist organization ISIS. This constant exposure to things to be afraid of is detrimental to society. The biggest example is the so-calledRead More