Obama’s Immigration Angle

The current border crisis is a direct result of President Obama’s haphazard immigration policies and refusal to act. At the current time, President Obama isn’t worried about fixing immigration rather his main concern is the political fallout of the Democrats in 2014. The problem has reached epic proportions, and the…

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Foreign Policy Analysis: Nixon vs. Obama

40 years and seven presidents later, Richard Nixon’s legacy lives on, but not in the way you’d think. On August 8, 1974, President Richard Nixon announced his resignation on national television. President Nixon’s resignation came on the heels of the House Judiciary Committee adopting three articles of impeachment against him as…

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What Cochran’s Win Means for the GOP

It was being called the “Southern Showdown” and yesterday all eyes were on Mississippi as incumbent Senator Thad Cochran took on Tea Party candidate Chris McDaniel in a primary runoff. Earlier this month, McDaniel narrowly beat Cochran in the primary but failed to get over 50% of the vote, forcing…

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Iraq: Obama’s Leadership Problem

Over the past two weeks, Americans have watched Iraq slowly come apart at the seams and slip into a civil war. Last week, President Obama announced he would send up to 300 American military advisors to Iraq in response to Islamic militants threatening the government in Baghdad. While President Obama has continued to…

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