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Ron Paul Has Four New Year’s Resolutions For President-Elect Trump

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There are only a couple weeks left until President-Elect Trump takes office. On January 20th the campaign and the thank you tour will finally be over and he’ll have to actually start “making America great again”. The people who voted for Trump will find out whether or not that catch…

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After The Election Bill Maher Only Has One Thing To Say To Hillary Clinton

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It was a rough election for Democrats this year that were sold on the mainstream media narrative that the election was a lock for Hillary Clinton. It was especially difficult for liberals who fell into line even though they didn’t agree with many of Hillary Clinton’s proposals. They followed along loyally…

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Congressman Suggests Trump Nominate Rand Paul For Secretary Of State

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It’s only been a few weeks since the election but President-Elect Trump’s transition team has been making great strides. They’ve named multiple major cabinet level positions well ahead of schedule. They have, however, been having trouble with one of the most important positions in the new administration: Secretary of State.…

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Poll: Gary Johnson Would Have Won If We Used An Alternative Voting System

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The United States inherited many beneficial systems from the British but the way we conduct elections is not of of them. The way we vote has more of an effect on the winner than anything else. First-past-the-post has lead to an inevitable two-party political system wherein people vote for the…

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President Trump’s Planned Executive Orders For Day One Aren’t All Bad

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No one knows how President Trump is actually going to govern. The campaign is finally over, he’s won the election, and he can finally show his true colors. With the pressure off, he’s moderated greatly already and taken many establishment Republicans into his administration. Hopefully some of the insane policy…

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Penn Jillette Voted For Clinton, And Got Johnson 11 Votes In Exchange

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A week before the election, Penn Jillette announced on his weekly podcast that he voted for Hillary Clinton. He did so because he lives in Nevada, and was afraid that Donald Trump might win the state and with it the Presidency. Well, it actually turned out that Nevada went to…

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It Wasn’t The GOP That Died In 2016, It Was The Democratic Party

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During the primaries many in the media began predicting that if Donald Trump were to win the Republican nomination for President, and lose, it would cause a major schism in the GOP. Many thought it would be the death of the Republican party and it would split between the moderates and…

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Trump Considering Former Libertarian Party Candidate For Sec. Of Education

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Although many of people involved in the Trump transition team terrify libertarians, a few rays of sunshine have escaped the dark abyss. One of which is the man heading the President-elect’s transition team for the Department of Education. That man is none other than Williamson Evers, a former Libertarian Party Congressional…

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Texas GOP Presidential Elector Might Not Vote For Trump, Still Undecided

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The voting might be over but the actual election of the President is yet to take place. The Electoral College will meet on December 19th and it is then that Presidential electors will formally cast their votes for the next President of the United States. Although, it might not go…

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Republicans Only Won 52 Seats In The Senate. That Makes Rand Paul Very Powerful

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Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States. But, with that office come many limitations. Even with the massive expansions of executive power under the Bush and Obama administrations, the Congress still holds many of the keys. Furthermore, Republicans only hold 52 seats in the Senate, which makes…

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