Recently, I was able to get a number of interview questions through to Jim Marter, a Republican currently running for the position in Illinois’ State Congress. This was a great chance to get Jim’s political views on a range of issues. … Continue reading Interview with State Congress Candidate James Marter
As many of you may have heard, the President addressed the United Nations General Assembly for the eighth and final time. A few key points he made were: “the world is by many measures less violent and more prosperous than … Continue reading Obama at the U.N.
If you had a sense of déjà vu about this election you would be forgiven. Since mid-August when Trump has climbed into contention with Clinton nationally and risen in the polls in battleground states such as Ohio and Florida we … Continue reading Now It Is Democrats Turn To Argue The Polls Are Biased
It’s hard to imagine that less than two decades ago (not that long ago in politics), Bill Clinton, a Democrat, declared the “era of big government is over.” Well, it sure looks alive and well today. The very voters who … Continue reading The Era of Small Government Is Over