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Republican Presidential Candidate: Chris Christie

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie joined the Republican race for President on June 30, 2015.  He’s been Governor since 2009, a rare Republican in overwhelmingly ‘blue’ New Jersey. Christie won election, and a second term, by being the kind of … Continue reading

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Republican Presidential Candidate: Jeb Bush

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, brother of George W Bush & son of George H.W. Bush entered the race on June 15.  Source for this material is ConservativeReview.com. While in the Governor’s Mansion from 1999 to 2007, Bush had a … Continue reading

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The 2016 Presidential Race Democratic Candidates

We’re well over a year before our next Presidential election.  Potential candidates are putting cautious toes in the water, testing if they’ve got enough support and enough big money donors to make a run. On the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton, … Continue reading

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Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Speech

President Obama, not surprisingly, called for more government spending as part of his State of the Union speech.  He called for two years of ‘free’ community college for anyone who met certain basic requirements.  Specifically, the student must keep a … Continue reading

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President Obama

I’m hardly a fan of Barack Obama.  But some of the things being said about him are, in my opinion, more than a bit silly. Don’t get me wrong.  I don’t believe Obama loves the America that I love.  His … Continue reading

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Immigration

America’s immigration system is broken, and despite what people on the left & the right say, things like amnesty, a ‘path to citizenship’ and open borders are not the solution. To immigrants who served this country in the military, or … Continue reading

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