Image Credit: AP Photos Republican Presidential candidates joined a forum on Monday in Manchester, New Hampshire to deliver their messages to the voters ahead of the first prime-time debate of 2016 Elections with 14 Republican hopefuls out of the 17 announced contenders. The forum took place without frontrunner Donald Trump, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore. Donald Trump has declined the offer for participation saying that he is not a person who debates. According to Reuters, Trump is to join the prime-time Fox News sponsored Republican debate at 9 PM EDT, first in the Presidential election. The rules are that only 10 of the highest polling candidates will join the debate and as of Tuesday, the candidates that secured a spot on the debate include Trump, Jeb Bush, Scott Walker, Mike Huckabee, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Chris Christie and John Kasich. The candidates ...

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Real estate mogul and Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has applied to import 70 foreign worker for his elite Mar-a-Lago Club resort in Florida to work as cooks, cleaner and waiting staff. Trump, since his announcement campaign for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Elections, has become a frontrunner for the Republican Party, gaining high percentage in the national opinion polls and has passed former frontrunner Jeb Bush. According to Reuters, this exclusive information of Trump’s company applying for working visas for foreigner is not the first time the business man has brought foreign workers from outside of the United States. A Reuters analysis of American government data shows that this is a standard business in his empire. Ever since 2000, the U.S. Department of Labor’s data shows that Trump has applied for temporary work visas for more than 1,100 foreigners, nearly all of them being approved. Nine of his companies have ...

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The U.S. Vice President, Joe Biden seems to be actively exploring the possibility of entering the Democratic Presidential nomination race for the 2016 Elections. Vice President Biden has officially stated that he would be making the decision of whether he would run for President by the end of the summer, but according to Reuter and New York Times, the Vice president has been holding meetings and has been actively exploring entering the race and challenging Democrat Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton. According to Reuters, many people have been talking to Biden and his associates and have said that he is seeking some donors and talking to Democratic leaders who have not yet pledged allegiance to Hillary Clinton to consider him as the Democratic nominee for the White House. Times columnist Maureen Dowd has said that Biden is “having meetings at his Washington residence to explore the idea of taking on Hillary in Iowa ...

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Donald Trump the real estate mogul has made it to the front-runner position in the Republican Presidential field, according to a CNN poll this Sunday. Jeb Bush is coming second to Trump. Backed by a support of conservative Republicans, Trump has escalated to 18 percent according to CNN poll. Jeb Bush, former Florida Governor and Presidential hopeful follows with a 15 percent. Trump showed no surprise whatsoever of his leading position and, according to Reuters, stated on CNN’s “State of the Union” speech “There is a movement going on. This is more than me. People are tired of these incompetent politicians in Washington that can’t get anything done.” Trump since announcing his Republican candidacy has made statements that have gained the support of conservative voters, but alerted many human rights advocates and activists because of his anti-immigration stance and discrimination against Mexicans, as well as his attacks on Republican Senator John McCain a ...

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Presidential frontrunner for the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton on Friday proposed a U.S. corporate tax reform for capital gains taxes, a transparency for stock buybacks and executive compensation changes for a long-term growth. Clinton has taken a mmuch leftist approach to the economic policy, in comparison with her husband, former Democrat President Bill Clinton, who was more centrist in policy-making. This left position of Hillary Clinton is to gain the progressive Democrat votes, but the careful ceconomic proposal does not curb big Wall Street investors. This coalition gives her the best position in the Democratic filed of Presidential hopefuls for the 2016 Elections. According to Reuters Clinton in her speech in New York called for a fight against the “quarterly capitalism”. She said “It’s bad for business, it’s bad for wages and it’s bad for our economy . The call was for government and private companies to fight against short-term goals and ...

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Democrat Presidential fronrunner Hillary Clinton put forward a plan of overhauling capital gains taxes in order to secure a long-term growth. Her aide said on Monday that she plans to secure the growth by taxing short-term investments at higher rates. Hillary Clinton made her first major campaign speech aiming at economic policies last week in New York and promised to break Wall Street and impose tougher financial regulations. The change in policy comes after her bid for the White House in 2008 Elections, when she promised not to raise the capital gains tax above 20%, if not at all. However, after pressures of more liberal Democrats and the Democratic Presidential contendor U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, she switched her position in order to expand voting opportunities, as well as have a more liberal economic agenda, eve though she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, have strong ties to Wall Street. Details ...

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Republican Presidential hopeful Scott Walker has made statements about his foreign policy proposals that are embraced by a conservative crowd, but seem to have very little in common with general foreign policy knowledge. The newest addition to the Republican field of 15 candidates for the White House 2016 Elections, Scott Walker, the Wisconsin Governor, has been promoting his campaign across Iowa and South Carolina. He toured the states with his campaign bus and this weekend he turned away from diplomatic approach to foreign policy and instead used tough and harsh language in order to please his conservative crowd. He continues to make statements that seem to be a product of his ignorance of foreign affairs and leadership. One of the statements he made recently was that he would take on the Islamic State militant groups the same way he took down Unions in the United States. Of course, Walker is popular among ...

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Scott Walker has entered the Republican race for the 2016 Elections on Monday. His announcement makes him the 15th Republican to join the already packed field of GOP Presidential candidates. The Wisconsin Governor has enjoyed the support of most of the conservatives from the Republican Party due to his conservative values, which is shown by every poll that makes him a top White House hopeful among the GOP. Walker has vowed to fight with his conservative values as a President, the same way he has fought unions as a Wisconsin Governor. According to Reuters he said “My record shows that I know to fight and win. Now, more than ever, we need a president who will fight and win for America.” He was elected Governor in 2010, and re-elected in November of last year and has survived a 2012 recall election due to his challenge to collective bargaining process for public employee union ...

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Hillary Clinton, the front-runner for the Democratic Party’s Presidential nomination for 2016 Elections, made a speech on Monday to make her economic agenda one for the average American. This is the first major policy speech of her campaign for the White House. As promised by her campaign that Clinton will give major economic address to the nation, she made a speech this Monday putting her fight for higher wages at the primary of her economic agenda, with promising middle-class wages to be raised in proportion with the raise of executive income and company profits. She called for companies to share more of their profits with the employees and for a broad reform of the national tax code. According to Reuters, during her speech at the progressive liberal New School University in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, she stated “I believe we have to build a growth-and-fairness economy. You can’t have one without the other. ...

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The Democratic Party Presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on Saturday received a major endorsement by the American Federation of Teachers, the second largest education union in the states and the first union to officially endorse a 2016 Elections Presidential candidate. The endorsement did not come as a big surprise, because the American Federation of Teacher backed Hillary Clinton in the primary battle against then-Senator Barack Obama, during the 2007 Elections campaign. Being the first national union to endorse a 2016 Presidential hopeful, the American Federation of Teachers represent 1.6 million members, out of which some expressed public support for Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, another Democratic Party Presidential nominee. However, according to Reuters, the American Federation of Teacher President Randi Weingarten, a close friend and ally of Hillary Clinton, stated that “Hillary Clinton is a tested leader who shares our values, is supported by our members, and is prepared for a tough fight.” She ...

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