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Rand Paul

Rand Paul Drops Out After Abysmal Iowa Caucus, Will Run For Reelection

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has dropped his presidential bid. After finishing with just 5 percent of the support in the Iowa Caucus on Monday, Paul was running out of cash, and time, to mount a successful effort to win the nomination. His father, former Texas Rep. Ron Paul, finished in third with 20 percent of the votes in the 2012 caucus. Instead, Rand Paul will…


Vladimir Putin

Russian Leader Putin Endorses Trump For President

Apparently it is not just Donald Trump who thinks his presidency would create a good partnership with Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin practically endorsed the billionaire Republican presidential candidate during his annual press conference with Russian media on Thursday. “He’s a really brilliant and talented person, without any doubt,” Russia’s leader told reporters, according to a translation by Interfax. “It’s not our job to judge…


Donald Trump Reopens Independent Bid Possibility

During the first Republican Debate on Fox News, Donald Trump was the only candidate who said he may not support the nominee if it was not him. Before the second debate, he signed a pledge promising to do just that. Now, after four debates and a large lead in the polls, it seems the businessman is willing to keep at it as an independent if…


BREAKING: Bobby Jindal Ending Presidential Campaign

Once dubbed the best possible candidate to oppose President Barack Obama in 2012, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is calling it quits in his run for the White House. His announcement on Tuesday was capped with the statement that it was just “not my time.” Jindal has struggled to gain a footing in this 2016 GOP nomination race despite having a high name ID and the…


GOP Debate

GOP Debate Filled With Anger, Issues

The Republican candidates were angry about many things during this debate, including the debate itself. The third Republican presidential debate could likely be summed up with one word: anger. Candidates on stage expressed outrage at a number of issues, ranging from the frontrunners — who some thought did not deserve to be in the White House, being called out for missing Senate votes, the media…


GOP Insiders Say Trump’s Chances Improving

Donald Trump’s chances are improving. That’s what four-fifths of Republican insiders are saying in a survey by Politico. In a weekly survey of strategists, operatives and activists in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada, 81 percent of those working for the GOP say the chances of Trump becoming their party’s nominee for president is higher today than it was in September. The number was…


Biden Out, Clinton Now Has Clear Path To Party Victory

During a midday appearance at the White House, Vice President Joe Biden finally put to rest the question that he will not be a candidate for president in 2016. The decision clears the way for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to win the Democratic nominee with just Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the way as the far-left option. With his wife Jill at his…


First Democratic Presidential Candidate Dropping Out

What has increasingly become the coronation of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee for president continues. Jim Webb, the former Virginia senator, will announce he is dropping his bid for the Democratic nomination. Webb struggled to gain traction after oddly announcing his candidacy two days before Independence Day. He did not acquire much support after last week’s Democratic debate where he stated his biggest enemy…


Congressman: Biden To Run For President

The wait is nearly over. After mulling over a presidential bid for months, Vice President Joe Biden will announce a decision on whether he will run for his the top job within 48 hours. Speculation has been rampant since Maureen Dowd wrote a very personal column about Biden’s deathbed conversation with his son, Beau, who died earlier this year.  This preceded another intimate moment, this…


BREAKING: Scott Walker To Suspend Campaign

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will end his campaign for the Republican nomination during a news conference this evening, sources are reporting. Walker, who struggled for air time during the CNN debate on September 16, has not been able to gain traction since Donald Trump first entered the race earlier this summer. He has called for a news conference in Madison at 5pm. “The short answer…