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Trump Family’s ‘America First’ Inaugrual Attire Fashion Politics 

Trump Family’s ‘America First’ Inaugrual Attire

When Melania Trump stepped on stage with her husband, President Trump, on Friday night for the inaugural balls, she demonstrated that while she may not have been the center of attention during the election, she definitely will make a statement with her first official ‘First Lady’ dress.   In the “off-the-shoulder,  white crepe column with a thin burgundy ribbon as a belt, a high slit and a gazar wave curving from sleeve to hip and then down the skirt,” she looked – especially compared to the younger generation of Trump…

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New Chairman News Politics 

New Chairman

The Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman, Rob Gleason, on January 3rd, announced his intentions to not appeal another term as State Party Chairman. He mentions that 53 county courthouses are under Republican control, and that he cannot think of a better time to celebrate more than a decade of working for the best organization in the country. As he continues, he states that after his reelection in 2013, that he is confined with his family and friends, but this would be his final term as Chairman. Gleason is proud of…

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Dumping Trump News Opinion Politics 

Dumping Trump

The inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump is by far the most controversial inauguration of any president.  Donald Trump has asked many artists to perform at his inauguration.  Due to the various artists’ political views, they have turned him down.  So far, the list includes Elton John, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Kanye West, Garth Brooks, Kiss, Andrea Bocelli, Celine Dion, and David Foster. The latest celebrity the Trump Team has had their collective eye on is a British folk singer named Rebecca Ferguson.  She has expressed tentativeness while responding…

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Debate Disaster Editorials News Opinion Politics 

Debate Disaster

By: Gavin Gilbert Round 1: Takeaways from the First Debate The first debate was exactly what the majority of politically educated Americans expected it to be, a train wreck. Hillary attacking Trump and Trump returning shots at Hillary. If I were a foreign politician, I couldn’t help but chuckle at the sad, sad situation that is the 2016 Presidential race. So, what did we actually learn? 1. Gary Johnson needs to make his way to at least one debate stage No, I’m not a libertarian. No, I don’t support the…

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Choose Cruz Politics 

Choose Cruz

  Ted Cruz is an American politician and the Junior United States Senator from Texas. Cruz graduated from Princeton University in 1992, and from Harvard Law School in 1995. Cruz supports gun rights. On April 13, 2013 Cruz voted against the Manchin Toomey Amendment, an amendment that would require additional background checks on sales at gun shows. Cruz has many good values. Cruz is very in favor of freedom of religion and against abortion. “Our rights come from our creator,” presidential candidate Cruz said after winning the Iowa Caucus. Cruz…

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Marco Rubio: Best Selection for America Features News Politics 

Marco Rubio: Best Selection for America

With strong demeanor, impeccable charm, and dashing good looks, Marco Rubio has been sweeping the nation with more than just his stance on issues. This presidential candidate, at the age of 44, is the son of two Cuban immigrants. He attended the University of Florida and received his bachelor’s degree before heading to the University of Miami for his degree in law. The republican won his election to join the West Miami City Commission in 1998 before becoming a member of the Florida House of Representatives in 1999. In 2003,…

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Trump, Not a Family Man News Politics 

Trump, Not a Family Man

On Wednesday December 2, 2015 Donald Trump suggested that the families of terrorists should be targeted in the fight against ISIS. When asked about the possibility of civilian casualties, Trump pointed to civilians being used as human shields before suggesting the families of terrorists should be targeted. “But we’re fighting a very politically correct war. And the other thing is with the terrorists, you have to take out their families,” Republican Trump said. It has been a difficult decision for the administrators to decide what target to go after, and…

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