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2016 Presidential Elections

President Obama Delivers Final State of the Union Address

In what the administration touted as a nontraditional State of the Union address, President Obama used last night to reflect on his historic presidency and accomplishments, while looking to cool down the intense political divisions in America. I'm treating this last State of the Union just like my first – ...

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First 2016 Democratic Debate – Best Moments

On Tuesday, October 13, CNN and Facebook hosted the first primary democratic debate moderated by Anderson Cooper.  Candidates Hillary Clinton, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, Former Virginia Senator and secretary of the Navy Jim Webb, and former Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee shared the stage. With ...

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2016 Presidential Elections – Get in the Know

It’s been a summer on the presidential campaign trail as Hillary Clinton’s email scandal blew up even more, Donald Trump continues with his outrageous comments and some unlikely candidates are gaining more support from voters. Here’s what you need to know: Clinton’s in Some Trouble As Clinton remained the democratic ...

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A Dream Come True? – Hillary Clinton’s Plan to Gut Student Debt

The growing financial burden of receiving a college education may become a thing of the past. On Monday Hillary Clinton proposed a major plan to curve the rising costs of tuition and student loan debt. This plan would change the way millions of Americans pay for higher education by allowing students ...

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2016 Presidential Elections – Get in the Know

Walker Announces Candidacy In a campaign video released early Monday, Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin, announced “I’m running for president to fight and win for the American People.” This makes him the 15 candidate to join the race for the Republican primary. Walker’s campaign strategy will focus around many conservative ...

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2016 Presidential Elections – Get in the Know

It’s hard to believe President Obama’s 2nd term is already almost up. I feel like it was just the other day we elected the nation’s first Black president. But now with a head full of gray hair and a Congress that is committed to going against all of Obama’s policy ...

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