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Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

Feb 28th Arizona Primary

Friday, January 27th, 2012

Polls show that Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are both taking 32% of support among those that are likely to vote in the Republican primary. The American Research Group released this information on Friday. This poll was conducted on Wednesday and Thursday and was almost completely finished by teh time the Republican Party of FLorida […]

Newt Gringrich and the GOP Caucuses

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

As the presidential election looms ever closer, the nation is eagerly anticipating who the Republican presidential candidate will be.  The first four states are getting ready to hold the election for the GOP nomination. Recent surveys show that Newt Gringrich tops the field by double digits in three of these four states. Apparently, the tea […]

Debt Reduction Plan, FAIL

Monday, November 21st, 2011

Tonight the Super Committee that was supposed to agree on terms to save $1.2 trillion dollars over 10 years announced that it could not do it.  Surprise Surpise! Obama discussed this at a press conference shortly after this announcement.  He said that a main reason that they were not able to do this was because […]

Veteran’s Affairs Budget Meeting: Wastes Money, Accomplishes Nothing

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

There are numerous stories of stupid and ironic government budget decisions, but the Veteran Affairs department’s conference may take the cake.  In January, the VA arranged for a 60 person conference to discuss potential disabled veteran budgetary cuts that would enable them to meet budget requirements.  This 11 day conference (which did not reach a […]

Minimizing the Number of Juvenile Incarcerations

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

On Tuesday an advocacy group released a report that took into account data from the past four decades concerning the number of incarcerated youth in that state.  The report found that as states would remove juveniles from these facilities because of money concerns, the crime rates would not jump. “Numerous states have closed facilities or […]

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