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The Simpsons Donald Trump Presidency Prediction

by Dan Glenn | April 5 2016

In case you haven’t been a resident of Planet Earth for the last 30 years, we have this animated television show called “The Simpsons,” and it’s awesome. It’s so awesome, in fact, that the show often predicts the future. 16 years ago, The Simpsons Donald Trump Presidency Prediction took place


What is a Superdelegate?

by Dan Glenn | March 21 2016

Fun Fact from the 2008 Democratic Primary. Hillary Clinton finished with more votes than Barack Obama but he had more delegates than her. Neither had a majority of the popular vote nor the delegates. It was the superdelegates who broke 2-1 for Obama that gave him a 51-49 win in…


2016 Presidential Power Rankings: Republican Primaries

by Wonk Report | May 8 2015

2016 Presidential Power Rankings: Republicans Let us preface these 2016 Presidential Power Rankings by saying we are not Charlie Cook. Our official Wonk Report 2016 Presidential Power Rankings are not based on any science or historical trends; they are simply a fun exercise to gauge the lay of the land…


2016 Republican Presidential Candidates Pressing

by Al Mayo | April 23 2015

So now there are three announced 2016 Republican presidential candidates. Marco (Heartthrob) Rubio, Rand (Goldilocks) Paul, and Ted (Carnival) Cruz. The only acknowledged Democrat front-runner so far is Hillary (Bad News) Clinton. Clinton is thus far the only one of the three NOT to announce her candidacy at a live…


House or Senate? Trends in Legislation Since 1973

by Ariel Robinson | November 19 2014

Who legislates more, the house or senate? Does legislation suffer if one party controls either the house or senate but not both? After reading Alex Ryde’s article “Does the ‘Big Win’ Matter?”  last week, I decided to take a closer look at some of his/her claims and see what the…


What are Michael Jordan’s Politics?

by Dan Glenn | November 11 2014

If you are in your thirties or forties and were not raised deep in the jungle far, far away from technology…then you not only know who Michael Jordan is, you’ve also probably been influenced by him. The man was an athletic genius, leading the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships


An Argument for Campaign Finance Reform

by Justin Burke | October 27 2014

With the election less than two weeks away it appears to be an appropriate time to discuss the issue of money in politics, and the outrageous amounts of money being spent on political campaigns. Campaign finance reform has been an issue that candidates are not willing to discuss or include…


Top 5 Worst Presidents of All-Time

by Mister X | September 2 2014

Being the commander in chief is not easy. Its a demanding, stressful job with the entire world looking to you to make the right choices. That being said, some of the men who donned the POTUS title could have been outshined by a circus monkey. Here are the top 5…


Impeachment: What does a president have to do?

by Jessica Biggs | July 30 2014

On Tuesday, July 8, 2014, Sarah Palin wrote an op-ed where she called for President Obama’s impeachment. Palin stated that the “unsecured border crisis” is the last straw “that makes the battered wife say ‘no mas’”. She is not the only conservative who has called for Obama’s impeachment. This political…

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