Mitt

 
 

Political Rage Abating

Last week’s SCOTUS ruling on the Affordable Care Act may be a clear sign of times to come in Politics America. Could the conservative-leaning court’s progressive ruling mean the era of political division is ending? Is it possible the rage in our public discourse is abating, at last?

 

Amending Health Care Law Better than Repeal

It’s very clear that a lot of Americans are concerned a great deal with the new health care law the Affordable Care Act .

The Thorny Question
 

WEASELS OF THE WEEK, JUNE EDITION

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For Mitt's Every Action, An Equal and Opposite Retraction

Romney forcefully disagrees with the President
over support of undocumented immigrant youth,
but then back pedals from clarifying
whether as President he'd repeal the policy.

 

Marijuana Legalization: Obama’s Key to the Youth Vote

President Obama has proven over his presidency to be very smart; he knows who his base is and he knows what they want and most importantly, he knows how to give it to them.

 

Immigration Policy: Obama Ends Deportation of Young Hispanics

Back in 2010, Obama introduced to Congress an answer to the problem of young Hispanics that were brought to the United States illegally as young children by their parents.

 

Respecting the DREAM

President Obama did what he could to show people the way this last week on how to deal with the massive immigration dysfunction that our US system has become.  In years past, it has been far easier than present day to enter the US and immigrate.  All the way through the late 70s, immigrating to t

 

Religion and Elections

Back in December, 2010 a Gallup Poll revealed that approximately 40% of Americans believe that god created man exactly as we are now about 10,000 years ago. Literally. Not as a fable. Not as allegory. Literally.

 

2012 Presidential Election a “War of Words” or Lies

With public relations of any kind, words can carry great weight to influence positive or negative reactions out of people; presidential campaigns are no different.

 

Voter ID Laws: A Republican Attempt to Usurp the Voters

Republican lawmakers in several states for the last several months have been putting Voter ID laws on the ballot and passing bills in their legislative bodies to require state-issued identification at the polls.