Paul Ryan’s Plan for the Youth

After Ann Romney, Mitt Romney wife, spoke Republican Paul Ryan stood on the podium and introduced himself to the nation. At the National Convention, the theme of the night was “We Can Change It”. Ryan is the first member of Generation X to be in the co-presidential campaign. Ryan said, “of my generation to give […]

Mitt Romney’s VP Nominee

Finally, after months of guessing from the news it’s been announced that Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan is Romney’s VP nomination. On Saturday morning, August 11, decided to put all speculation to rest and name Ryan. During a rally at Norfolk, Virginia he started off his speech with “America’s Comeback Team”. Also during the introduction, Romney mainly […]

How Will Your Vote Affect Women’s Rights?

With the current economy crisis and U.S. foreign policy on the agenda, women’s rights have taken a backseat during the presidential campaign. This topic, however, should not be overlooked, especially women as change in legislation could seriously alter their options down the road. Women’s rights”, in the U.S., is primarily associated with abortion and the […]

Romney + NAACP = Votes

Mitt Romney’s strategic political move of addressing the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People on July 11, 2012 worked to his advantage, as his campaign intended. Throughout the primaries Romney has come under fire for his repetitive message, lack of explanation on his policies, contradictions, and disconnect to voters. Romney’s speech expressed his […]

Sorry, Not Sorry

One of the most trending topics of today is the new and crucial detail of the Mitt Romney- Bain Capital incident.  In the early hours of today, July 12th, documents released a more accurate departure time of Romney from the Boston based private equity firm. At the release of this information, the Obama campaign began their advance on Romney, stating […]

Romney Raises $100 Million

Mitt Romney’s campaign raised $100 million in June alone. It sounds like a lot of money right? That’s because it is. It doesn’t beat Obama’s record from 2008 of $150, but it shows Romney’s potential to do so in the coming months. It seems ridiculous to spend hundreds of millions just to get elected. Well when everyone […]

Supreme Court Makes Ruling on Affordable Care Act

Today in a 5-4 vote the Supreme court has held up the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. The main point of debate was over the mandate that everyone buy health insurance or face high penalties. The government can do this because it is essentially another tax. Most people already have health insurance. So this […]