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President Obama Outlines Plans in State of the Union Address

President Obama Outlines Plans in State of the Union Address   According to the various political polls, President Barack Obama is not too popular these days. Even though the polls say this, his demeanor and outlook said something else on Tuesday night during the State of the Union.   “America…>read more

No Comment January 29, 2014

Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Workers Under Executive Order

Minimum Wage Increase for Federal Workers Under Executive Order   During the State of the Union Address on Tuesday night, President Barack Obama is going to announce the increase of the minimum wage for workers operating on federal contracts. The rate will be increased to $10.10 per hour, according to The…>read more

No Comment January 28, 2014

Is Marijuana More Dangerous Than Alcohol? Not in Obama’s Mind

Is Marijuana More Dangerous Than Alcohol? Not in Obama’s Mind   President Barack Obama made some interesting comments about marijuana earlier this week, saying that the drug is no more dangerous than alcohol to the health of Americans, according to The Huffington Post.   Obama was interviewed by David Remnick…>read more

No Comment January 21, 2014

Opinion: Thank God it’s the Weekend

Opinion: Thank God it’s the Weekend by Chris Christie   Yeesh, what a week! Boy, some days at work are tougher than others, but this week was like a bad day marathon! By Thursday I wasn’t sure I would even make it to the weekend!  …>read more

No Comment January 11, 2014

Chris Christie Denies Knowledge of Lane Closures on George Washington Bridge

Chris Christie Denies Knowledge of Lane Closures on George Washington Bridge   Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has denied his involvement in political payback that some of his top aides carried out in September against the city of Fort Lee, according to The Huffington Post. Christie said that the lane…>read more

No Comment January 9, 2014

Editorials from The New York Times and The Guardian Request Clemency for Edward Snowden

Editorials from The New York Times and The Guardian Request Clemency for Edward Snowden   The Obama administration has been urged by editorials from The Guardian and The New York Times to help Edward Snowden by offering him clemency of some type, according to a report from the Huffington Post.   Roughly seven months…>read more

No Comment January 2, 2014

France Approves 75% Income Tax for Salaries More Than 1 Million Euros

France Approves 75% Income Tax for Salaries More Than 1 Million Euros France's constitutional council gave approval to President Francois Hollande to impose new "millionaire tax" applicable to companies after taking social contributions into account, the effective taxation for portions of salaries exceeding a million Euros will be about 75 percent. This…>read more

No Comment December 30, 2013

Zachary Carter to Head New York’s Law Department

Zachary Carter to Head New York’s Law Department   New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has announced the selection of former U.S. attorney, Zachary Carter, as the city’s new corporation counsel and head of its law department.   Underscoring the importance of the city attorney in De…>read more

1 Comment December 30, 2013

Political Performance Art: Russia Has Me By the Balls

Political Performance Art: Russia Has Me By the Balls     A civil rights performance artist Pydr Pavlensky puts on a show of the century but staging an apathetic protest to show the decline of Russian society. Over decades of public exhibitionism, Red Square has seen it all from…>read more

No Comment November 11, 2013

Why Did the US Government Shut Down? Experts Weigh In

Why Did the US Government Shut Down? Experts Weigh In   We reached out to experts across the nation to get their thoughts on why the recent government shutdown happened. Although a deal has been reached and the government is now back up and running, we also asked them what…>read more

No Comment October 29, 2013

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